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Approche transdisciplinaire de la recherche en Sciences de la Motricité

academic year

Course teacher(s)

Véronique FEIPEL (Coordinator), Stéphane BAUDRY, Ana BENGOETXEA, Alain CARPENTIER and Gaël DEBOECK

ECTS credits


Language(s) of instruction


Course content

The content will be function of the selected research units and topics. . Internships are conducted in research units and laboratories of the FSM, including the CEPS and the Center for Functional Evaluation ( 40h00 per internship).

Objectives (and/or specific learning outcomes)

The objective of this approach is to confront the student with the various research disciplines in Motor Sciences , other than its choice of dissertation topic. These internships should feed his reflection on transdisciplinarity and complementarity of different approaches related to Motor Sciences.

The trainee will be trained in the methods and techniques used in the host laboratory and attends experimental sessions.

Prerequisites and Corequisites

Courses requiring this course

Teaching methods and learning activities

internships, problem-based learning

References, bibliography, and recommended reading

Reference articles are provided by the different laboratories in line with the topics.

Other information


A. Carpentier acarpent@ulb.ac.be

V. Feipel vfeipel@ulb.ac.be


Method(s) of evaluation

  • Other


Evaluation based on reflective reports written following a predefined template for each internship and transdisciplinary analysis of domains defended orally.

Mark calculation method (including weighting of intermediary marks)

The overall score is determined from the arithmetic mean of three reflective reports (40%), three reports of heads of laboratories where the student has completed his training (40%) and oral defense of the transdisciplinary analysis (20%).

Language(s) of evaluation

  • french