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DIYPES Sum Up video

This video features DIYPES project as a sum up with achievements and challenges after its two year duration.

Malta National Dissemination Meeting taken place on 30/01/2019

As the project partner in Malta, FOPSIM organized the event at ECS – English Communication School in Sliema, congregating all the participating stakeholders, representative students and PE teachers from 3 the high schools that participated in the project namely, St Edward’s College, Malta, St Theresa College Secondary School, Mriehel and St Thomas More College, Middle & Secondary School, Zejtun. Opening the event, Mr. Kevin Azzopardi, Malta Physical Education Officer and Mr. Pierre Brincat, Director of

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Press release – the National Dissemination meeting Malta – 30th January 2019

DIYPES is a two-year Erasmus+ Sport project started in 01/2017, with the aim to find a participative approach to increase participation and engagement of high school students in physical education and sport classes. The project was implemented in 5 partner countries: Albania, Italy, Malta, Romania and Slovakia. After two years, the project achieved some fruitful results based on partner national PE curriculum research and analysis, intervention activities and feedbacks on

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Video – DIYPES Final partner meeting – Albania

After the Kick off meeting (in Romania), Working meeting 1 (in Italy) and Working meeting 2 (in Malta), the Final partner meeting of DIYPES project was held in Tirana, Albania in December 5th – 7th, 2018. The three-day meeting was co-organized by the project partner, the Sports University of Tirana and the project coordinator, University Babes-Bolyai, Department of Public Health. During the meeting, the consortium reported on the work packages’

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