Dissemination Events: Virtual Sports Activator in Greece
Iliana Kleitsogianni, Nazaria Karipidou, Anastasios Michael and Christina Kleitsogianni did an online dissemination using video calls because their country was quarantined. The Greek team was very happy that 22 children and teenagers took part in this activity. They started by talking about their experience in Romania and continued with information about Erasmus+ Sport Programme. After that, they debated about nutrition, good diet, healthy and unhealthy food. They discussed as well about sports and how gymnastic improve our health. Even if they made a video call, they managed to have good time together and to engage the participants in energizers and games.
Furthermore, the Greek team created a video about Sports Activator, sharing how is to go in a EVS experience, what is the impact of an Erasmus+ Sport project and about the experience achieved during Sports Activator project.
Sports Activator is co-funded by Erasmus+ Sport Programme, with the support of the European Union.
Sports Activator project had two main meetings in Romania, which involved more than 70 participants from 8 countries and different communities. We managed to gather together sport teachers, trainers, youth workers, volunteers, coaches, people involved in sport clubs and different participants with various backgrounds in the sports field.
One of the meetings objectives was to create a toolbox with helpful information about a healthy lifestyle, nutrition, physical activity, games and methods that can contribute to decrease the rate of physical inactivity among youngsters. Everybody contributed to this brochure with personal experience, examples of good practice, games and methods that they have already tried and worked very well among the young people.
After the international mobilities, the participants had the mission to share their learning achievements by facilitating international sports events in their local communities. So far 20 offline and online events were organised, in Spain, Greece, Turkey and Bulgaria, that involved 659 participants.