Prodi PGSD Penjas FPOK UPI, pada Semester Genap tahun 2020 ini, mulai memperkuat jajaran staf pengajarnya dengan melibatkan dosen asing. Tidak tanggung-tanggung, dosen asing yang dimasukkan dalam squad SDM nya tersebut sekaligus berjumlah 3 orang. Hal ini, menurut Kaprodi PGSD Penjas FPOK UPI, Dr. Agus Mahendra, MA., ditempuh agar terjadi peningkatan kualitas pembelajaran yang signifikan pada proses akademiknya, sekaligus meningkatkan motivasi baik bagi mahasiswa maupun para dosen lainnya. Tentu, terkandung maksud juga, bahwa pelibatan dosen asing ini, menjadi salah satu upaya prodi untuk membantu meningkatkan rekognisi internasional bagi UPI, di mata lembaga pemeringkatan international, seperti QS dan WU.
Kaprodi PGSD Penjas, Mahendra, selanjutnya menjelaskan bahwa 3 orang dosen asing di Prodi PGSD Penjas ini berasal dari tiga institusi besar di luar negeri, yang bersedia membantu demi kemajuan UPI. Masing-masing, mereka adalah Professor Richard Lawrence Light, Ph.D., dari University of Canterbury, New Zealand; Prof. Chia-Hua Kuo, Ph.D., dosen dari University of Taipei, Taiwan, yang sekaligus juga Dekan dari (Dean) College of Kinesiology. Yang ketiga adalah Prof. Selina Khoo, dosen dan deputy director of Centre for Sport and Exercise Sciences, University of Malaya, Malaysia.
Adapun secara khusus, mata kuliah yang diampu oleh tiga dosen asing tersebut adalah Sport Pedagogy (Richard Light), Sport Nutrition(Chia-Hua Kuo), dan Research Methodology(Selina Khoo). Dalam prosesnya, dosen asing ini bersinergi dengan dosen setempat, dan bertanggung jawab dalam proses perkuliahan secara utuh.
Dalam kesempatan tersebut, Mahendra menyatakan juga bahwa program dosen Asing ini merupakan program khusus dari Rektor UPI, Prof. Dr. H. Asep Kadarohman, M.Si., yang menantang para Kaprodi di lingkungan UPI untuk mulai berinteraksi dengan universitas di luar negeri. Untuk itu, UPI mendukung pendanaan untuk penyelenggaraan dosen asing di tiap prodi secara terpusat. Dosen asing tersebut dilaksanakan dalam format yang cukup sederhana, yaitu mereka cukup mengajar dengan menggunakan saluran on-line course yang harus dilaksanakan secara rutin seminggu sekali, dengan minimal waktu 50 menit setiap minggunya. Dengan modal tersebut, UPI tetap akan mendapat kredit poin yang positif, selama dosen asing tersebut (bersedia) terdaftar secara resmi dalam jadwal kuliah di prodi penyelenggara.
Ke depan, tentu diharapkan program dosen asing ini akan dapat ditingkatkan, baik kualitas maupun kuantitas dosennya. Dan untuk itu, prodi PGSD Penjas pun akan memanfaatkan program tersebut untuk mengembangkan program Internationalisasi prodi dengan membuka prodi Penjas International, minimal secara bertahap, dengan pertama-tama membuat program kuliah bilingual, dalam format customized program, untuk sekaligus menarik minat mahasiswa asing untuk studi di UPI. (ricky/red)
Selengkapnya, profil tiga dosen asing tersebut adalah sebagai berikut:
|1||Prof, Dr. Richard Lawrence Light Professor of sport coaching and physical education; UC Director of Sport Development; Co-director of Sport and Exercise Research Lab (SERL – cross college); Chair of College Research Committee, College International Committee member, University Research Committee member.||Canterbury University New Zealand||Pedagogi Olahraga/ Sport and PE Pedagogy|
|Name/Title Professor Richard Lawrence Light Citizenship Australian Country of Permanent Residence New Zealand Academic Qualifications Doctor of Philosophy (University of Qld, 1999) Master of Education (Deakin University, 1995) Bachelor of Education (Physical Education) (Kurringai CAE, 1989) Diploma of Teaching (Northern Rivers CAE, 1983) Employment History 2016- Present. Professor of sport coaching and physical education; UC Director of Sport Development; Co-director of Sport and Exercise Research Lab (SERL – cross college); Chair of College Research Committee, College International Committee member, University Research Committee member. 2014 – 2016. Professor and Head of School of Sport and Physical Education, College of Education, Health and Human Development, University of Canterbury, New Zealand, Director of Movement Pedagogy Research Hub. 2011–2014. Professorial Research Fellow Federation University Australia, Deputy Chair of Health Sciences Faculty Research Committee. 2009 –2011. 75th Carnegie Anniversary Chair in Sport Pedagogy and Carnegie Director of Research, Director of the Carnegie Research Institute (CRI), Carnegie Faculty of Sport & Education, Leeds Metropolitan University, UK. 2004-2008. Director of Study Abroad, Honours Coordinator in the Faculty of Education and Social Work. 2000-2004. Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Physical Education, University of Melbourne (HPE Coordinator 2003-2004). 1996-1999. Tutorial Fellow (1996-1998), part time lecturing (1999) and casual teaching in Brisbane schools. 1994-1996. Head of Conversation English program and rugby coach at Seifu Nankai Gakuin, Osaka, Japan (top ranked academic school in Osaka, Japan). 1993-1994. Teaching English as second language in commercial language school in Osaka 1990-1993. Head Rugby Coach at Kinki University, Osaka, Japan (Kansai A League) and part time teaching at Kashiwara (Boys) High School, Osaka. 1989-1990. Secondary PE teacher, Byron Bay High School, NSW. 1987-88-Full time studies in secondary physical education at Kurringai CAE (casual teaching and swimming coach at Warringah Aquatic Centre). 1985-86-Teacher of physical education, Balgowlah Boys High School, Sydney. 1978-1984– Director of five martial arts and fitness centres in far north coast of NSW and casual teaching (primary and secondary). Leadership positions 2017 – current. University of Canterbury Chair of College Research Committee, University of Canterbury Lead in major change of conference funding model to ‘Outputs Based Conference Funding’ from 2018. Funds calculated from outputs deposited in individual research accounts. Director of Sport and Exercise Research Lab. Designed, proposed and initiated high performance interdisciplinary research laboratory focused on existing strengths in sport science in the College of Education, Health and Human Movement, the College of Science and researchers from Lincoln University. 2016 Director of Sport Development -Current discussions with Hong Kong Education University and Korea University (QS rank 86) about exchange agreements and internship exchanges (HKEU). -Approval by Singapore Ministry of Education for teachers with two-year PE Diploma to enrol in UC Bachelor of Sport Coaching with advanced standing. -MoA with Singapore Polytechnic – 18 months advanced standing toward Bachelor of Sport Coaching degree for all graduates. -MoU for exchange agreement with Tokyo Gakugei (Education) University for PE and coaching students. -Agreement by Sonoda Women’s University (Kobe) and Tokyo City University to develop capacity to give full semester credit (four courses) for undertaking Certificate of Sport Coaching at UC with intensive English study and cultural experiences as a package. -Central role in decision by Tokyo City University to send 200 students to UC for a semester of study abroad. -Agreements with major NZ (& Fijian) sporting bodies for year three student internships -Promotion of sport related courses at UC as study abroad options at US universities with immediate growth (sem 1, 2017) in two courses targeted. 2014 – 2016. Head of School: Sport and Physical Education, University of Canterbury. 15 FT staff, $1.3 million annual budget. Major overhaul of curriculum, pedagogy, course descriptions, marketing and use of Learn sites (moodle) for on campus and distance students over first year. Within 18 months enrolments in sport coaching increased by 150% (36 to 93), tripled PhD enrolments and research output. Established monthly research seminar and scholarship of teaching seminar. Recognised decline in demand for PE teachers nationally as cause of decreasing PE enrolments. Responded by suspending enrolments in 4-year degree and introducing 3 + 1 pathway via sport coaching for PE teaching. Since then all NZ universities have followed suit by replacing 4-year degree with the 3+1 model. With the loss of the PE degree the school was integrated into the larger School of Health Sciences and has maintained enrolments levels. 2011- 2014. University of Ballarat, Deputy Chair, School of Health Sciences Research Committee, Vice Chancellor’s appointment on University Research Committee (2011-2013), University Professoriate. Appointment as a Professorial Research Fellow offered little opportunity for leadership, but I took on role as deputy chair for the faculty research committee and promoted improving teaching quality through an internal grant I was awarded. I delivered monthly workshops over six months in the scholarship of teaching and brought in an international scholar to conduct workshops over a two-week period. 2009-2011. Director: Sport and Physical Education Pedagogy Research Centre, Director: Carnegie Research Institute, Chair of Readers and Professors, Chair of Research Committee, Faculty Leadership Team, Carnegie Faculty, Leeds Metropolitan University, UK. I had a number of leadership positions focused on research but linked to teaching and dealt with student experience issues as a member of the faculty leadership team. Over 2010 I oversaw the research aspects of the expansion of the Faculty of Sport and Education as a ‘super faculty’ of 6000 students, 400 staff and 150 PhD students. This involved integrating six diverse faculties into one while also tightening up research efficiency. I had to return to Australia mid 2011 due to a death in my family but the changes I initiated in reducing the number of research centres led to the university placing second in the UK in ‘research power’ (quality and quantity) in the Sport and Exercise Science Leisure and Tourism unit of assessment in the 2014 REF (Research Excellence Framework). 2004-2009. University of Sydney Director of Study Abroad Programs, Honours Coordinator (2005), Physical Activity and Sexualities Research Cluster coordinator (2004-2006), Youth Sport and Health Research Network coordinator (2007-2009). In my first year and a half at Sydney University I established a cluster of four courses aimed at the study abroad market. Study abroad enrolments grew from 8 to 300 and generated half a million dollars in the first year that all courses operated. In one year as coordinator of the honours program my attention to assessment saw significant improvement in results that included a student the faculty winning the University Medal for the first time in ten years. I also worked with a colleague in health to set up the Youth Sport and Health Research Network that is still operating. 2000-2004. University of Melbourne In my second year at UM I established the highly popular subject, ‘Sport, Education and Australian Society’ for study abroad market using innovative pedagogy and design. It is still operating at the University of Melbourne with other subjects introduced by following the original pedagogy and assessment design. I established links with 4 US universities for study abroad and in my last year at the university as Coordinator of HPE.|
|2||Prof. Kuo, Chia-Hua, Ph.D. FACSM Professor Dean, College of Kinesiology,||University of Taipei, Taipei, Taiwan.||Kesehatan dan Gizi/ Sport Nutrition|
|Kuo, Chia-Hua, Ph.D. FACSM Office Contact C745, 7th Floor, Administrative Building Zhungcheng Rd, Section 2, University of Taipei Shilin District, Taipei, Taiwan 111 Phone +886-2-28718288 ext 5802 Fax +886-2- 28753383 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com Teaching Appointment Distinguished Professor, Department of Sports Sciences University of Taipei, Taipei, Taiwan Administrative Appointment Dean, College of Kinesiology University of Taipei, Taipei, Taiwan Education Ph.D. Interdisciplinary: Exercise Physiology, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, University of Texas at Austin, 1991-1997 Administrative Experience Dean, Research and Development, University of Taipei (2013-2019) Chair, Department of Sports Sciences (2007-2013) Director, Research Institute for Sports Science (2005-2007) Director, Computation Center (1998-2002) Academic Experience Distinguished Professor (2017-present), University of Taipei Professor (2003-2017), Department of Sports Sciences, University of Taipei Associate professor (2000-2003), Department of Sports Sciences Assistant professor (1997-2000), Department of Sports Sciences Affiliate Professor, Department of Food Science, Nutrition and Nutraceutical Biotechnology, Shih-Chien University (2007-2015) Affiliate Research Professor, Guaduate Institute of Rehabilitation Science, China Medical University (2010-2016) Research Specialization Human Performance and Sports Nutrition Human Metabolism and Aging Recognition in Service Fellow, American College of Sports Medicine Visiting Professor, Soochow University, China Visiting Professor, University of Malaya, Malaysia Outstanding research award in sports science (2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2012), Sports Administration Ministry of Education, Taiwan|
|3||Associate Professor Selina Kho, Ph.D. Centre for Sports and Exercise Sciences||University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia||Metode Penelitian/ Research Methodology|
|CURRICULUM VITAE PERSONAL DETAIL ASSOCIATE PROF. DR. KHOO PHAIK LIN SELINA Centre for Sports and Exercise Sciences Centre for Sport and Exercise Sciences 79673225 79569590 firstname.lastname@example.org Centre for Sports and Exercise Sciences, Centre for Sport and Exercise Sciences, University of Malaya, 50603 Kuala Lumpur, W.Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia ResearcherID Link http://www.researcherid.com/rid/B-3962-2009 BIBLIOMETRIC DATA Total Articles in Publication List 36 Articles With Citation Data 25 Sum of the Times Cited 216 Average Citations per Article 8.64 h-index 9 Co-authors Collaboration Network This information is generated from http://researcherid.com ACADEMIC QUALIFICATION (Qualification), (Institution). PROFESSIONAL (Organisation), (Role), (Year), (Level). Olympic Council of Malaysia, Rapporteur, 1998 to 2005, (National)Asian Sports Information Association , Regional Correspondent, 1999 to 2001, (International)Committee member, Malaysian Invention and Design Society , Committee, 2002 to 2003, (National)International Council for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, Sport and Dance, Member, 2002 to 2003, (International)Physical Education, Sports Science and Fitness Association of Malaysia , Life Member, 2003, (National)Development Committee, Far East and South Pacific Games for the Disabled Federation, Member, 2003 to 2006, (International)Women and Sports Committee, Olympic Council of Malaysia, Member, 2003 to 2009, (International)International Journal of Eastern Sports & Physical Education , Editorial Member, 2005 to 2009, (International)Sports Committee, ASEAN Para Sports Federation, Secretary, 2008 to 2009, (International)NCD Alliance Malaysia, Member, 2013, (National) ADMINISTRATIVE DUTIES (Role), (Level), (Start date),(End Date). Acting Director, Centre for Sports and Exercise Sciences, Centre for Sport and Exercise Sciences, 01/11/2018 to 01/08/2019Deputy Director of Research & Development, Centre for Sports and Exercise Sciences, Centre for Sport and Exercise Sciences, 01/08/2018 to 31/08/2019Deputy Director of Research & Development, Centre for Sports and Exercise Sciences, Centre for Sport and Exercise Sciences, 01/08/2016 to 31/07/2018Deputy Director of Research & Development, Centre for Sports and Exercise Sciences, Centre for Sport and Exercise Sciences, 01/07/2011 to 31/07/2011Deputy Director of Research & Development, Centre for Sports and Exercise Sciences, Centre for Sport and Exercise Sciences, 27/07/2009 to 30/06/2011Chairperson, University of Malaya Research Ethics Committee (Non-medical), University Malaya, 03/04/2019 to 31/12/2020Member of University of Malaya Research Ethics Committee (Non-Medical), University Malaya, 01/09/2016 to 31/08/2018 (Member of University of Malaya Research Ethics Committee (Non-Medical))Ahli Task Force peer Review of Teaching and Learning, University Malaya, 24/12/2012 to 06/03/2013Disability liaison officer, University Malaya, 24/07/2012 to 24/07/2013Wakil tetap Pusat Sukan ke jawatankuasa Penasihat Akademik, University Malaya, 24/05/2012 to 25/06/2014Penyelaras Akademik Ikon Pusat Sukan, Faculty, 30/01/2012 to 31/08/2013Member, Research Sub-committee, Faculty, 14/01/2008 to 13/01/2010Member, Timetable Committee, Faculty, 14/01/2008 to 13/01/2010Sports Centre’s permanent representative to the Institute of Research Management and Consultancy (IPPP) , University Malaya, 13/01/2006 to 30/11/2006Member, Ryoichi Sasakawa Young Leaders Fellowship Scholarship Fund Committee , University Malaya, 06/11/2005Chairperson, Committee to vet final examinations for Science of Coaching, Faculty, 01/06/2005 to 30/11/2006Co-ordinator, Science of Coaching programme, Faculty, 01/06/2005 to 30/11/2006Chairperson, Sports Science Masters programme curriculum Committee , Faculty, 02/02/2005 to 31/12/2005Member, Conference Sub-committee, Faculty, 01/01/2005 to 30/11/2006Member, Bachelor of Sports Science selection committee, Faculty, 01/01/2005 to 30/11/2006Coordinator, Parallel Sessions, 1st Regional Conference on Human Performance , Faculty, 01/01/2004 to 02/12/2004Member, Undergraduate Guidebook Committee , Faculty, 26/05/2003 to 30/11/2006Co-ordinator, Critical Thinking and Communication Course for the Sports Centre , University Malaya, 23/05/2003 to 30/11/2006Member, Research Sub-committee, Faculty, 18/04/2003 to 30/11/2006Supervisor, Computer lab, Faculty, 08/11/2002 to 30/11/2006Member, Research Bulletin and Website Committee , University Malaya, 07/11/2002 to 30/11/2006Committee member, 11th Commonwealth & International Scientific Congress, Faculty, 01/01/1998 to 01/12/1998Permanent member, Library committee, University Malaya, 01/01/1995 to 01/01/1997Quality Assurance Committee, Faculty, to 01/01/2010Co-ordinator, Soft Skills Development module, Faculty, Member, APK course Implementation committee, University Malaya, to Representative, Higher Degree Management (IPS), University Malaya, to Head, Sports Centre Customer Satisfaction Survey, Faculty, to|