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Partners' Institution:
Centrum Kształcenia Zawodowego i Ustawicznego Nr 1 - Ośrodek Kształcenia Ustawicznego Nauczycieli
Project's period (from/to):
01 January 2015 - 31 December 2016
Objectives of activities carried out:
Phase 3 "Testing of the Database and Toolkit" aims to involve teachers in the testing and exploitation of the Database and toolkit with their students and in a transnational peer to peer knowledge sharing experience.

Project partners will involve teachers in making use of the Database and Toolkit in order to plan, organise and manage pilot initiatives to promote the participation of students to sport and physical activities.

Each project partner will make use of the information and suggestions contained in the Database and/or the Toolkit to organise initiatives, activities, games etc. and evaluate their results.

The testing will be carried out in parallel in the different countries and a transnational discussion and knowledge sharing experience will be enhanced, through the use of ICT, allowing the teachers to compare their experiences and assess them according to a peer to peer approach.
Description of activities carried out:
The database and toolkits were promoted in the educational and sport environment according to the project development. During the meetings with the partner schools and associated partner - Gdańsk University of Physical Education and Sport we discussed the ideas and plans for the testing phase - workshop and sport event.

The planned workshop on the NOFP project was incorporated in the programme of the conference titled "How to cope with stress?" It was held in Gdańsk on 21.04.2016, attended by 33 participants (teachers, school directors, academic staff, decision makers). Besides, the group of about 35 students of University of Physical Education and Sport joined the audience and took part in a discussion that developed after the presentation of the project and its results. The database of best practices and toolkits were assessed by the participants as very useful materials not only for teaching staff but also for students and their families.

The sport event, which was a part of testing the toolkit "How to promote less popular sports?" , was held on 01.06.2016 at the sport facilities of our partner school CKZiU Nr 2 in Gdańsk. Three sport teams representing our partner schools played less known sport disciplines: goalcha, flag football and crossminton. About 200 students participated in the event, several teachers and parents. The sport competition was preceded by an art contest with the topic related to the promotion of minority sports, organized by one of the participating school. The event finished with the award ceremony, both for athlets and winning artists.
A big numer of people of educational environment - pedagogical staff, students, local authorities were informed about the NOFP project. The participants of the workshop had an opportunity to analyse the isssue of coping with stress in sport in a wide social context. We received their feedback about the project results.

The toolkit on promotion of minority sports was tested through implementation of the ideas included in the toolkit in school reality. The partakers of the sport event had fun and became acquinted with new sport disciplines, the participating schools were given sport equipment funded by the NOFP Project. The opinions and comments about the performed activities and the toolkit content were collected.
Evaluation of the work undertaken:
Basing on the evaluation results, the initiative that aimed at testing the toolkit “Promotion of less popular sports” can be assessed as being successful. The engagement and support of partner institutions allowed to combine the innovative, useful sport – related content of the NOFP project with the wide context of stress issues as well as the interesting, well-organized sport event in the open air. The sport competition allowed students to have fun while practising less popular sports and reflect on sport activities in the context of peer integration and respect of fair play rules. The idea to use a cross curricular approach resulted in enriching the sport initiative by introducing an art element and allowing the students of non- sport abilities to contribute to the event.
The participating teachers demonstrated a great interest in the project didactic materials and found them very useful in their school practice.

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