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This video features DIYPES project as a sum up with achievements and challenges after its two year duration.
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
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
This video features the implementation of DIYPES project in Albania, focusing on the pre-intervention and intervention processes.
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’
DIYPES Intervention Implementation in Romanian High schools Being active is fun! Physical Education can be fun when students are listened to and involved into PE class planning & development.