Project's period (from/to):
01 February 2016 - 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:
With the help of Emmanuel Chaumont and the organiser Muriel Coopejans, Inforef participated in the final of "Rhéto Trophée" on the 27th of April. E. Chaumont will meet the participating schools in workshops and supervise the testing of the toolkits.
The workshop was organised on the 10th of October in Binche.
All the related documents have been sent to the coordinator.
The event was presented during the final conference in Prato and the final multiplier event organised by Inforef.
Inforef participated in the final of "Rhéto Trophée" and reached a large number of participants (students, PE teachers). A report of the event was shot and is being edited. The workshop however could not be carried out. Inforef requested and received extension to carry it out after summer. It took place on the 10th of October 2016.
Evaluation of the work undertaken:
A large number of people was reached and informed about NOFP.
The workshop could not be organised before the sport event. It took place on the 10th of October 2016.
Overall the evaluations for both workshop and event are positive.