I like to mov(i)e it
Start date: Jan 1, 2016,
End date: Oct 31, 2016
Our project consists of non-formal learning activities of healthy lifestyle and the spirit of sport and physical movements based on outdoor games, tournaments and competitions, trips and tours, as well as activities, games and evennts related to dancing. We involve the participants to learn new ICT competencies through the digital documentation of the activities of the project by taking photos, compliation of videos and digital prezis, as well as their promotion on communitiy media sites. During the implementation of these activities, the participants have the opportunity to practice English. The project provides an opportunity for EVS volunteers to implement their own ideas, initiatives, creativity and entrepreneurship, improve their digital literacy, non-formal education methods and learn the Hungarian language from the very basic level.These events and programs are linked to the non-formal educational program of Búzaszem School located in Hungary and therefore the stutends attend to this school are the primary target group of our project, nevertheless we also involve local youngsters live in our town.The institutional demands of Búzaszem School that non-formal education programs and methods are welcomed to enrich the school and its community life, but in addition the added learning opportunities of NFE should be provide to lifelong learning process of all stakeholders, including students, teachers and adults alike. The school's development needs to be able to integrate the non-formal educational methods and regular application of them in everyday life of the institute. The aims of the receiving and coordinating organisations are developing the knowledge, practice and experiences of human resources of the hosting organisation to be more opened for non-formal educational activities and its synergy with formal education elements.Participants aims are discovering new viewpoints and practial methods of non-formal education learning process and its complementary impacts in an elementary school, developing their linguistic competences, entreprenneurship, ITC competences, getting new aspects of their personal future plans, improving their knowledge of new cultures and european relations and all these by developing their lifelong learning process and position in labour market. The aims of the sending organisations are expansion of their European relations in general, exchange of good practices of non-formal learning methods and processes and get to know potential future project partners engaged to youngsters aged between 13-15 years old as a new target group of their lifelong learning projects.A 24-year-old female participant from Lithuania, a 24-year-old female participant from Poland and a 24-year-old male participant from Spain take part in project activities from february 2016 to August 2016 for 7months. The lithuanian particiapnt status is unemployed and the spanish participants may face is low standard of living. The main activities of the project carried out by the volunteers are:- Non-formal learning activities of healthy lifestyle and the spirit of sport and physical movements. - Practice and learn the English: practice English via activity games in small groups for children and English language talking club for youngsters based on informal learning methods. - Social media messenger: developing ITC competences by infovisual and infocommunication tools Most important results and impacts envisaged and finally the potential longer term benefits are:- Improving the oral linguistic, ITC, communicational and other key competences of the participants and certify them by Youthpass. Chaning the participants' attitude related to a healthy lifestyle, sport activities and the role of everyday moving. Participants will find a a job on European open labour market by a more effective way.- Increasing important of non-formal learning mehtods in the education system of Búzaszem School and setting up sustainable organizational structure that can provide educational elements based on non-formal pedagogy. - Exchange of good EVS practices among hosting, sending and coordinating organisations and establishing long-term co-operation among the partner organizations of this project whereby a new youth mobility projects could be set up. The envisaged impact is developing new partnerships focused on Eastern-European countries, especially V4 and baltic countries and raising the focus of Hungarian youngsters to these countries as youth mobility destinations.
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