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How to be yourself in the XXI. century?

 

The Ujbuda Judo Sport Association with the support of the Erasmus+ program, organized a Judo camp in July at Balatonlelle with the participation of team Guta from Slovakia and Slovenj Gradec judo club from Slovenia.

“In the camp 20 people from all associations – altogether sixty people – participated.

The youngest was thirteen years old and the oldest were thirty years old.

We had a great time whole week, different programs were prepaired for the kids. We had time to enjoy the beach as well” – we learned from the organizers.

The working language of the camp was English.

The main goal of our project is to encourage lifelong learning by developing the key competences of the participating young judoka’s ( ‘Life long learning’), as well as to help them to find their place in the world of further education and work.

We held the meeting by the following priorities:

1. Using non-formal learning tools to acquire new competences to help more effectively young people.

Within this priority, we focused on the following:

– Learning technique skills ( motivation technique, memory techniques and concentration exercises )

2. Making new friendship, learning from each other, overtake good practice. Introduce individual successes.

3. Experience based learning, meaningful recreational programs. Team building challenge, strategic quizzes, various games. We took ship and travelled to Badacsony, walked to the beautiful viewpoint of Kisfaludy, but we also visited the orb viewpoint of Balatonszemes and had fun time at adventure park.

On the final night we organized an international evening where every team presented their own country, culture and habits.

Apart of having many memorable experience everyone took the opportunity to improve their English skills, they also learned different way of learning technique, example : they made a thought map

One of kids were saying the following:

– I have learned a various learning technique what I will use in my future for sure. I really enjoyed all the programs, I’m happy that I was here and were part of this great Team “

Dora Decsi from Slovakia said the following :

– I loved every single moment of this week where I collected lots of memories. I meet new people also I could improve my English. My favorite game was the memory games hope that I will be able to use it in my future study.

Hungarian source:  judoinfo.hu

  1. day
arrival - megérkezés
Introduction - bemutatkozás
filling the Learning diary - Tanulási napló töltése

2. day

 

Tanulás technikai tréning jétéákosan- Teaching technique training
esti fürdőzés- night swimming
esti fürdőzés- night swimming

3. day

Hajókázás - Shipping
trip to Badacsony- Kirándulás Badacsonyba
Kisfaludy kilátó- Kisfaludy lookout

4. day

Bobozás Balatonbogláron- bob (Balatonboglár)
kalandapark - adventure park (Balatonboglár)
Gondolattérkép készítés- Thinking maps

5. day

Ifi, junior, felnőtt, veterán edzések
jutalmak- awards
csoport kép- team picture

6. day

reggeli torna- morning training
Hét záró ebéd- Closing lunch
Nemzetközi est- International Evening(Own culture presentation)

7. day

A hét lezárása és a Youth Pass-ok kiosztzása Evalution of programs,closing camp and Youthpass certificates
Leaving- -távozás
egy elkészült Tanulási napló, emlékezetes üzenetekkel- Its a filled Learning Diary with short memories

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Application

We would like to invite young people aged 13 to 30 who wish to spend a week full of experiences on the Erasmus + KA1 youth exchange program in Balatonlelle, July 23-29, 2018, “How to Become Yourself in the 21st Century” our youth meeting.

Please download and send the application to your coach!

Application for participation

How to  be Yourself in the 21th Century?

 

In the life of youth people, learning – within or outside the school system – will always play a central role. In today’s world, learning is becoming the key to individual prosperity, as knowledge determines potential career. The key to the outstanding success, however, is purposefullness, experience, willing of development and persistence. Formal education provides knowledge, but only depending on how the individual is attached to learning. Acquiring and expanding basic skills, abilities and skills is another key to how personal development can be achieved by young people. In our project, young sportsmen are focusing on the development of effective, independent learning competences so that young people are actively involved. Due to the background of the project, informal connection are formed between the Hungarian, Slovenian and Slovak clubs. Their main problems are the same in all three organizations: encouraging physical and intellectual development beyond the sport, developing learning and social competences, thus helping young people to become more complete life. Therefore, young people’s life could be supported (between the ages of 14 and 30) by the following methods: learning new competencies, building relationships, learning from each other, getting good practice from each other, experience-based learning, and engage in sophisticated outdoor and free time programs. The program’s unwavering aim is furthermore: getting know the European Union’s youth policy and social policy strategy 2014-2020. Due to the project, young people are expected to use the new competences in theory and practice; in addition use it for their careers in the long run. The project is planned by 3 countries with a total of 60 participants: Hungary (New Judo Sports Association), Slovenia (Judo Klub Slovenj Gradec) and Slovakia (Kolárovo Judo Club Civic Association). Each partner institution has at its adequate practice and knowledge, social and organizational skills and extensive network of connections to this project. The activities of this mobility project has been elaborated in accordance with 3 priorities below: 1. Priority: non-formal learning tools. We focus on the following topics: learning technique training (motivation development, memory techniques, concentration exercises, highlighting). Working method: a short lecture, and later in a small group session, deeper knowledge of the themes interactively. Priority 2: Relationship building, ‘peer learning’ (learning from one another), taking good practice. Topics: introducing of individual successes. Working method: conversations. Priority 3: ‘Learning by doing’, and active programs. Topics: team-building task solutions, strategic quizzes, games, team building excursions, participation in interactive exhibitions, etc. Working method: organizing an active leisure program on group dynamics processes and applying the method of community development. The ‘B Yourself’ project intends to give short-term success experience, self-esteem and self-confidence for young athletes. Social and language competencies aims to be improved so that young people would be motivated in self-development in the future. The expected long-term results of the project will be: developing competences and skills of 60 youth people, expanding the practical knowledges of learning techniques, improving learning abilities for participants. Project results are, on the one hand, entertaining and easy-to-use exercises, methods that could be easily widely disseminated by the participants. The most important project results would be those personal experience which young people will receive during our international exchange programme, and gained from their own strengths and experiences.