Ultimate frisbee This exercise is a simple three-step introduction to non-formal education and shows the difference between using education by, for and through sport. The session is an eye-opener about how sport can be used as a tool to develop social competencies. The issues addressed include conflict resolution, inclusion and participation. Number of people to.
The pyramid Activity suitable for team and trust building Number of people to be involved 2 teams of 3 or 4 participants in each Space and Technical requirements (materials) Sport hall or pitch, basketball ball, bibs. Session Objectives (expected learning outcomes) Team building, team work, trust building, basic sports competition. The session step by.
The blindfold game Game suitable to build trust, as well to tackle issues of inclusion of handicaps/differences Number of people to be involved 2 teams of not more of 5 participants in each Space and Technical requirements (materials) Depends on you for obstacle course, for sure scarf or sth to close eyes, balls, etc. and.
Volleyball with no hands Activity suitable to be used for teambuilding and inclusion Number of people to be involved 2 teams of 5-6 people in each Space and Technical requirements (materials) Sport hall, volleyball, sashs Session Objectives (expected learning outcomes) Teambuilding, team work, communication, see how disabled works The session step by step (with.
ETS – Put Yourself in Other People’s Shoes Activity suitable to use for teamwork and cooperation, also issues as inclusion, disability, etc. Number of people to be involved 10 – 16 participants Space and Technical requirements (materials) A big sport hall or a proper open space, flipchart, paper, pens, sticky tape, sleeping belts, cones, stopwatch,.