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Pass Handbook Piloting is successfully done!

🌟 We are excited to share the success of our recent piloting activity for the Pass Handbook, which took place on August 25th with the virtual participation of 12 individuals. The piloting team consisted of experienced professionals from diverse backgrounds in the fields of sport and non-formal education, with expertise ranging from 2 to 10 years.

One of the most notable aspects of the piloting activity was the exploration of the Handbook’s 2nd Chapter, focusing on an analysis of potential issues that may arise during the implementation of sports activities. Participants engaged in lively discussions and provided valuable insights into the practical challenges they encounter in their work.

Additionally, the Annexes of the Pass Handbook, which feature non-formal education activities based on sport and physical activity promoting the inclusion of refugees and migrants, received particular attention. These resources were praised for their practicality and relevance in addressing the needs of diverse learners.

A key takeaway from the piloting activity was the importance of adopting learner-centric approaches in the implementation of sports activities. Participants emphasized the need to consider individual learning needs and styles, as well as cross-cultural issues, to ensure the effectiveness and inclusivity of educational initiatives.

“We repeated several times the same opinion that the implementation necessities should consider learner-centric approaches and all cross-cultural issues to be able to reflect the learning needs of each individual,” remarked one participant.

Overall, the piloting activity served as a valuable opportunity to gather feedback and insights from practitioners in the field, further enhancing the quality and relevance of the Pass Handbook.

Stay tuned for more updates and developments as we continue our journey towards promoting inclusion and integration through sports education! 🚀📝

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