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運動、體育與休閒(Athletics, Physical Education and Recreation)

MIT's athletic facilities: the Johnson and Zesiger centers, the turf, and the tennis bubble.

麻省理工學院運動、體育與休閒學系之宗旨,在於為全體學生、教職員工一齊帶來促進健康生活形式的教育活動、加強社群意識、增進領導力及團隊合作技能的成長,以及勉勵卓越表現之探求。

體育計畫提供多樣符合麻省理工學院普遍團體要求的運動項目與活動。每年我們提供五十門不同的課程予四千名以上的參加者。我們的計畫著重於戶外與傳統活動課程中,均衡且健康的生活方式、領導力與團隊技能發展的重要性。

所有課程由該科系之專業教練或持有證書之專家所教授,為各個指導領域帶來了高度的專業性。麻省理工學院的座右銘「手腦並用」亦透過培養心智能力的同時,增強對體魄的注意力,進而延申為「手、腦與全身動起來」。學生、全體教職員工及校友得以透過體育活動,學習終身的強健體魄之道,並利用我們獨特的創新教學法。

體智能的課程尤採用調查的實務方法,並應用我們與生俱來學習體能的才能。以哲學的角度觀之,這些活動建立在體育又較肌力訓練、柔軟度與有氧運動更為重要的前提之下;體育亦培養我們自人體體智能獲益的能力。

若要瞭解更多資訊,請前往運動、體育與休閒學系網站。


The mission of the MIT Department of Athletics, Physical Education and Recreation (DAPER) is to bring students, faculty, and staff together in educational activities that promote healthy lifestyles, enhance a sense of community, foster growth in leadership and teamwork skills, and encourage the pursuit of excellence.

The Physical Education program offers a wide variety of sports and activities, which fulfill MIT's General Institute Requirement. Annually we offer 50 different classes to more than 4000 participants. Our programs emphasize the importance of a balanced and healthy lifestyle, leadership, and team skills development in both outdoor and traditional activity classes.

All classes are taught by faculty coaches or certified specialists who bring a high level of expertise to each instructional area. The "mens et manus" motto of MIT is extended to "mens et manus et corpus" through attention to strengthening the body while developing the mind. Through Physical Education, students, faculty, staff, and alumni learn movement skills that contribute to lifelong fitness and take advantage of our innovative pedagogy.

Specifically, Physical Intelligence classes take an experiential approach to the investigation and application of our innate ability to learn physical skills. Philosophically, the curriculum is founded on the premise that physical education is more than strength training, flexibility and aerobic fitness; physical education is also the development of our ability to access and benefit from the physical intelligence of the human organism.

For more information, go to the Athletics, Physical Education, and Recreation department site.

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