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Process of co-creation

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For 20 years now, PLAY International has been creating and implementing awareness and prevention programs using sports games and debate as educational vehicles. To do this, the NGO is committed to a resolutely collective approach by surrounding itself with experts and actors in the field for the creation of educational content.

 

SCHOOL CO-CREATION PROCESS 

Phase 1: Co-diagnosis 

Co-definition of the issues related to the awareness theme to address the educational objectives of the kit and awareness messages.

 

Phase 2: Co-construction workshops 

Co-construction of Advocacy sessions with teachers and thematic experts. 

 

Phase 3: Testing and validation

Testing of each co-constructed session, as well as the complete sequence, with Cycle 3 students and their teachers. 

EXTRA-CURRICULAR CO-CREATION PROCESS 

Phase 1: Diagnosis 

Definition of the issues related to the prevention theme to address the educational objectives of the kit and the prevention messages.

 

Phase 2: Co-construction workshops 

Construction of Playdagogy sessions. 

 

Phase 3: Testing and validation

Testing of each session built with children from 8 to 12 years old and their facilitators or educators.

 

FEEDBACK ON THE LATEST CO-CONSTRUCTION WORKSHOPS

WORKSHOP TO CO-CONSTRUCT PLAYDAGOGY SESSIONS "USE SCREENS WELL".

 

On May 22, 2019, 15 professionals met at Groupe Scolaire Simone Signoret (69) to participate in a co-construction workshop on the new Playdagogy kit "Using screens well". 

School teachers, departmental pedagogical advisor, members of USEP 69, thematic experts from the "3-6-9-12" association and the PLAY International pedagogical team together created the first 3 sessions of the kit aimed at enabling students to understand and identify the signs of excessive screen use and the associated risks.

 

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WORKSHOP FOR THE CO-CONSTRUCTION OF SOCIO-SPORT SESSIONS AS PART OF THE CHILD PROTECTION PROJECT
 

On May 14, 2019, 11 professionals from the child protection sector gathered at Playlab to participate in a co-construction workshop alongside the PLAY International teaching team. During a half-day, they shared their thoughts and created 3 socio-sport sessions on the development of psychosocial competence "self-esteem".

 

These sessions are intended for an audience of adolescents between 16 and 21 years of age, hosted in child welfare facilities (MECS, SAJE,...). They will be tested soon and educators will be trained in the method at the beginning of the 2019 school year.