• Timing: from February  to June

    Step 1

    Pupils brainstorm on the question: CAN SPORT BE REALLY INCLUSIVE?


    Step 2

    Pupils watch the video

    on YouTube.


    After watching the film pupils are encouraged to get aware of and share ideas about concepts and issues connected to inclusion and sports and games. The students who are going to take part in the Swedish mobility prepare a short (10-15 sec) video (one each), where they present how sports and games can be used to include everybody. The file must be in a MP4-format (and sent in before the meeting in Sweden).

    Pupils arrange a video conference to compare their findings with one of the partners' team (If the schools policies and timetables allow that). Suggested platforms: skype, eTwinning live

    Step 3

    Control group pupils  meet in Ödeshög, Sweden, 12-18  May (here link to documentation)

    Students a) analyse new teaching/learning practices related to sports and games b) test their weaknesses and strengths, c) evaluate the new mats

    The documentation of the Swedish  week will be here

    Step 4

    Back home, control group pupils test some of the new teaching/learning practices related to sports and games with target group pupils

    Driving question or challenge: How can sports and games support inclusion?


    21st competences to be developed and assessed: team work, resilience


    Suggested tools and products: mindmaps, word docs, prezi, ppt, videos, slideshows 


    Video made by class 3 H with their PE teacher, Mrs. Pastore 

    Video made by class 3 H 










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