On 25th September 2018 the School of Education, Childhood, Youth and Sport held an online induction event for Open University students in Student Hub Live. If you missed any of the sessions you can catch up with them below.
The School of Education, Childhood, Youth and Sport
In this opening video associate heads of school Eric Addae-Kyeremeh, Liz McCrystal and Tyrrell Golding welcome you to the induction event.
Beyond Trivial: What Does Studying Sport Reveal?
In this session OU sport and fitness academics Ben Oakley, Jessica Pinchbeck and Alex Twitchen explore why sport and fitness is worth studying.
Study like a World Class Athlete
In this session OU sport and fitness academics Ben Langdown, Simon Penn and Simon Rea look at how you can apply the strategies of top athletes to your studies.
In addition to the sessions above led by members of the OU sport and fitness team there were several other sessions run by colleagues which are relevant to sport and fitness students. These can be viewed below.
Using the OU Library
Tutors and Tutorials
The Student Support Team
Debate – The purpose of higher education is to provide knowledge
To view some of the other Student Hub Live sessions led by the Open University Sport and Fitness Team click on the link below:
On Tuesday 26th September 2017, as part of our induction for sport and fitness students studying at the Open University, we held a live induction event through our Student Hub Live platform. If you missed the session you can watch the full video here on the link below or you can watch the individual videos of each session below.
Session 1: Sport and Fitness Qualification Overview (Caroline Heaney and Ben Oakley)
Session 2: Sport and Fitness Blog and Social Media (Helen Owton and Karen Howells)
Session 3: The Role of the Tutor (Helen Owton and Ola Fadoju)
Session 4: E117 App Demonstration (Ben Langdown and Caroline Heaney)
Session 5: The Student Journey (Jess Pinchbeck and Caroline Heaney)
If you are interested in studying with us and would like to find out more about the sport and fitness modules available as part of our BSc (hons) Sport, Fitness and Coaching degree at The Open University you may find these taster materials useful.
E233 – SPORT AND EXERCISE PSYCHOLOGY – A CASE STUDY APPROACH: Please note that from October 2019 E233 will be replaced by E235 Sport and Exercise Psychology in Action, but these taster materials are representative of both modules.