PE teachers Workshop in Belgrade
The Danube Insurance Youth Sports Games Team of Serbia, engaged in the Erasmus + Sport Program – Youth Sports Fair Chance: Ivana Jovanovic, Project manager - president of Youth Sports Games of Serbia, Marija Mihajlovic, Project assistant - assistant to the president of Youth Sports Games of Serbia, Zorica Mijatovic, Researcher, professor of physical education, sports director of Youth Sports Games of Serbia, Ivan Krgovic, Researcher, volleyball coach, supervisor of Youth Sports Games of Serbia, Biljana Milenkovic, Researcher, graduate psychologist in doctoral studies, business and technical secretary of Youth Sports Games of Serbia organized a worsshop of PE teachers. The workshop and education was held for physical education professors from the following primary schools, which are our partners in the implementation of the project in Serbia:
Elementary school “Jovan Popovic”, Kikinda, director Jelena Krvopic
Elementary school “Dositej Obradovic”, Omoljica, director Vladimir Ristic
Elementary school “Miloje Zakic”, Kursumlija, director Radica Jovic
Elementary school “Jovan Popovic”, Novi Sad, director Goran Stevanovic
Elementary school “Bata Bulic”, Petrovac na Mlavi, director Ivan Radosavljevic
Elementary school “Desanka Maksimovic”, Pozarevac, director Zlatan Radovanovic
Elementary school “Dimitrije Tucovic”, Cajetina, director Milka Vasiljevic
Elementary school “Tanasko Rajic”, Cacak, director Milorad Tesic
Primary School “Bosko Palkovljevic-Pinki”, Sremska Mitrovica, director Igor Došen
Elementary school “Stefan Nemanja”, Novi Pazar, director Edin Dugopoljac
Student surveys were conducted, data were processed, the status of the subject matter was analyzed in all 7 countries participating in the project.
Activities in the following period: from March, 1 to April, 15 2020.
On the basis of the project assignment, in the next period, plans are education with students of elementary schools, which will be conducted in physical education classes. At the same time, children will approach the creation of infographics (design work, photo story, art work), therefore, by any technique in accordance with the creativity and inspiration of children. They need to send a clear message through the work to combat discrimination and violence.
The elementary schools participating in the project are obliged to inform the students about the project assignment so that as many children as possible, between the ages of 10 and 14, do infographics.
Competitions will be organized at the local school level.
It is necessary to organize an exhibition in schools and to choose the top 10 infographics by students voting. All 10 infographics, selected from each school, will be posted on the project's website http://www.ysfc.eu where online voting will be organized.
One infographic from each school, which wins the most votes, will be eligible to participate in the event in Split, where the winning infographics will be selected for the entire project.
The award-winning infographic with authors (students) and their mentors will participate in the Youth Sports Fair Chance game in Split, where they will present their work and motives for creating infographics.
10 teachers and 10 children from each country (one student and one physical education teacher from different schools) will attend the Youth Sports Fair Chance games in Split, August 2020, where they will:
- present infographics related to the fight against violence, racism, discrimination, and intolerance in sports
- participate in a panel discussion where they will talk about their experiences and challenges in preparing infographics and elaborate activities in their country combating violence, racism, discrimination, and intolerance in sports and promoting tolerance and multiculturalism
- participate in multicultural, peer, sports activities for both sexes
Association for Sport and Recreation Youth Sports Games of Serbia will host the final conference of the Erasmus + Program Sport – Youth Sports Fair Chance project, which will be held in Belgrade, between November and December.
The overall results of the project will be analyzed at a conference in Belgrade, with particular emphasis on well-being results, based on information received from program participants and their achievements. The adopted practices and acquired knowledge will be presented to the public. The results be distributed at EU level.