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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