Development projects of Pajulahti Education
In Pajulahti we are developing our education but also as important it is to work together with other organizations and schools. Our specialist knowledge in parasports and adapted physical activity is represented in our international projects.
Sport Empowers Disabled Youth (SEDY) part 2
The Sport Empowers Disabled Youth (SEDY) project encourages inclusion and equal opportunities in sport for disabled youth. Inholland University of Applied Sciences will continue this second part of SEDY funded by Erasmus+ Sport.
Whereas every person has the same right to participate in play, recreation, and sporting activities, this equal access has proven not to be the case for youth with a disability. Instead, disabled youths are generally less physically active, participate less in sports activities and show a reduced fitness level compared to their non-disabled peers.
The research is controlled by the project leader of the Inholland University of Applied Sciences and was conducted in four countries. The partners involved in the project are a mix of organizations and complement each other in both knowledge and field experience: four universities, four sports federations, one European umbrella organization. Each organization participates with one or two project members.
Erasmus + Vocational education training programme
2018-2019 ja 2019-2020
Erasmus+ is the EU’s programme to support education, training, youth and sport in Europe.
Erasmus+ enriching lives, opening minds! Erasmus+ is the European Union’s programme to support education, training, youth and sport in Europe.
each year we send our students abroad to learn new, make new contacts and friends and have experiences in international mobilities.
Module carousel in vocational sports education
The module carousel in vocational sports education provides secondary vocational students in sport a better entry to the European realm in sports and/or higher education in sports.
And the development process will deliver a blueprint for constructing similar settings in other VET domains.
The intention is to have both tests runs with teachers and students, leading to an integration of the carousel in the regular educational program before the end of the project. And that
other colleges will join the carousel after the first multiplier event using the concept blueprint. This way we create a real product in operational form with the carousel, which can be
evaluated once more in a ‘live’ situation and an additional test stage of the blueprint.