On 28 and 29 November, took place the final meeting of “Multisport Against Physical Sedentary” project which has been hosted by the Technischen Universität of Berlin. It has been presented the final results of the experimental phase and how the MAPS methodology has been adapted in the various European realities. The results and data collected will be used to proceed with the writing of the Final Report to be submitted to the European Commission. The final dissemination started with the welcome of Prof. Martina Schäfer, the scientific director of TUB.
The meeting took place from 3 to 5 July in the characteristic city of Utrecht, where the Dutch project partner "Hearts for Sports", headed by Martin Van Rooijen and Paul Van Veenendaal, welcomed and hosted us.During the meeting, each partner country shared and presented their experience, telling the feedback of the youngsters and coaches involved in the experimentation of the multisport methodology.The partners discussed mainly the experience and the results obtained during the testing and implementation phase of the MAPS methodology.
The 1st intermediate meeting of the European project M.A.P.S. - "Multisport Against Physical Sedentary", took place at the University of Lodz, Poland, from 5th to 7th September 2016. During the meeting M.A.P.S partners: Portugal, Germany, Croatia, Greece, Holland, Poland, Turkey led a productive debate on the state of art and the work so far produced.Specifically, Poland presented the WP results of its competence: Context Analysis and Good Practice Collection.