Joanna Kalecińska, PhD
Joanna Kalecińska, PhD
Faculty: Tourism and Recreation
Field of education: Tourism and Recreation, Dietetics, Lifestyle Coaching
Graduate of the Academy of Physical Education in Warsaw. She completed specializations in: sailing, tourism and recreation; in the course of studies, she obtained the following licences: instructor in swimming, gymnastics, light athletics, junior Volunteer Water Rescue Organization lifeguard, yacht and motorboat helmsman, PYA instructor. PhD in physical culture sciences conferred in 2008 for a thesis entitled: ‘Sports-practising families as an environment favouring recreational physical activity’. She is graduate of Postgraduate Studies in Education for Life in the Family (2001), Annual Postgraduate Management Studies at the Warsaw School of Economics (2010) as well as MBA in Higher Education Institution Management at Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań (2016). She completed numerous scientific internships, among others, at: Lithuanian Academy of Physical Education (Kowno, Lithuania) (2010 i 2012), Latvian Academy of Sport Education (Riga, Latvia) (2011), Universitad de Alcala (Madrid, Spain,) (2013), Université du Sud Toulon Var (France) (2014), Presov University. Faculty of Sport (Slovakia) (2015), Funchal University of Madera (Portugal) (2016), Uniwersity in Zadar (Croatia) (2018).
Her professional experience is connected with work in the educational system at different stages of education (primary school, middle school, university), on different posts from a teacher of physical education to didactic posts (assistant, assistant professor, lecturer) as well as executive positions (Vice-Dean for Project Management; Vice-Dean for Didactics; Deputy and Director of the Tourist and Recreation Educational Programme; Head of Institute). She authored over 50 scientific publications. She is a member of the Polish Scientific Association for Animation of Recreation and Tourism in Poznań and Vice-President of the Association of Academy of Physical Education in Warsaw graduates.
- interpersonal communication and group management; negotiations;
- determinants of participation in physical recreation of selected social groups;
- project management in tourism and recreation.