Webinars

  • Baskin: Sport for everyone
  • From the footsteps of Traditional Dances - in the e-Dancing of Today:
    A Thematic Approach to the Greek Revolution of 1821
  • Webinar Director

    Pandi Vasiliki, MSc, Teacher of Adapted Physical Education, Director of EEEK Kissamou, Crete

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    Coordinator

    Batsiou S., Assistant Professor, DPESS-DUTH

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    Speakers

    Pandi Vasiliki, MSc, Teacher of Adapted Physical Education, Director of EEEK Kissamou, Crete

    Rodolaki Spyridoula, Teacher of Physical Education, Coach Baskin

  • Description

    The purpose of the seminar is to present a sport, which through its regulations can be a very useful educational tool in the course of Physical Education. Not only it conveys acceptance, respect for each other’s space and time, equality, justice, but it also promotes the participation of people with and without disabilities as a self-evident act and not as a requested one. Baskin’s philosophy, inspired by the sport of basketball (Bask-In: Basket-Inclusion), is based on the principles of equal participation by creating an activity where girls, boys, children with and without disabilities can play together and take pleasure as much as possible, regardless their capabilities. Each student / athlete, depending on their characteristics, has their own role, and respects the rules that concern them and their fellow athletes. They become the leader, when others may not be able to cope. Realization, consolidation, general mentality and philosophy of all those that constitute the whole in Baskin, becomes at the same time a way of life. The possibility of participating in a team sport with boys, girls, students with and without disabilities where the rules are adapted to the needs of the players creates the conditions for acceptance of the other, regardless their diversity. In Baskin there are no inequalities, as it is the only sport that everyone can play. Could Baskin be a source of inspiration to change the rules in other sports – activities with such adjustments that everyone can participate.

  • Webinar Fee

    15 €

  • Webinar Director

    Techlikidou E., PhD, Special Education, Director of EEEK Kilkis

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    Coordinator

    Batsiou S., Assistant Professor, DPESS-DUTH

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    Speakers

    Techlikidou E., PhD, Special Education, Director of EEEK Kilkis

    Vogiantzi C., MSc, ICT Educator in 1st GEL Kilkis

    Kokkineli K., MSc, M.Ed. Kindergarten Educator, Special School of SAP – Ioannina

  • Description

    This thematic approach is an alternative proposal regarding the teaching of traditional dances on the occasion of the completion of two hundred years since the Greek Revolution. Greek traditional dances are approached in a multifaceted way with the help of Communication Information Technologies CIT. Τhis facilitates the approach in many ways and the presentation of the events. The design and implementation of the program led to the creation of a rich digital archive for «1821». Indicatively, the use of digital applications such as, Voki app: avatar that speaks and achieves the stimulation and maintenance of students’ interest is mentioned, as well as Storyline – historiography: for the presentation of basic historical facts, ThingLink: interactive image and video and Learning apps for evaluation and consolidation. Students approach knowledge experientially through the course of Adapted Physical Education, achieving the connection of the events of the distant past with the utilization of the digital media of the present.

  • Webinar Fee

    15 €

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