Prof. Marjeta Kovač, PhD
Prof. Marjeta Kovač, PhD is a full professor and a researcher in Laboratory for the Diagnostics of Somatic and Motor Development. Marjeta graduated in 1980. In 1989 she finished her master's degree and in 1999 she finished her PhD. She is a head of the Department for Physical Education. Her bibliography contains 1087 bibliographic units. Her scientific research focuses on the field of environmental factors that affect physical, motor development and physical skills of children, didactic phenomena, evaluation, the role of physical education in the curriculum, working conditions, health problems and competences of PE teachers. She was the president of the Scientific Council of the International Congress of Sport and Youth (2008, 2010). She is a member of editorial boards and reviewer in various scientific journals. She is teaching graduate and doctoral students at the Faculty of Sports, University of Ljubljana and at the Faculty of Kinesiology, University of Zagreb. She is the first author of the current Slovenian curriculum for Physical Education. She helped in the renovation and the preparation of the school system curricula in Kosovo. She wrote three university textbooks with revision and a number of other manuals. She led the Commission for examination and grading knowledge at the end of primary school education. She instituted programs of school sports competitions, swimming literacy and additional sports programs for children. She is collaborating with the National Educational Institute, Institute for Sport Planica, Federation of Associations of Physical Education teachers and with the National examination Centre. She is the representative for Slovenia in International Federation of Physical Education (FIEP).
Asst. Prof. Bojan Leskošek, PhD
Asist. Prof. dr. Bojan Leskošek, PhD is Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Sports, University of Ljubljana. Bojan teaches statistics and methodology in research and is part of SLOfit team from the beginning of the 80s, first as the programmer and head of data processing, later as a consultant, in particular statistical issues.