Playing for Change: Sport Development and Peace Initiative
25 March 2016 09:30 - 13 April 2016 11:00
School of Sport Sciences, Endicott College
Playing for Change: Sport for Development and Peace Initiative
White Card Challenge Photo Campaign: Students asked the Endicott Community "How might we promote peace through play in our everyday lives?" Posters were crafted with the response and a photo of the person holding a white card.
Team Lip Sync Challenge: Sport teams and groups on campus challenge one another to a team lip sync battle. Songs selected are related to themes: Sportsmanship, Teamwork, Positivity, Discipline, Respect and Trust.
Global Passports: Endicott students and sport leaders from the King Edward the VII School in England facilitated the day’s activities for 88 3rd and 4th graders from the Saltonstall School. Students experienced games and activities related to different themes from programs around the world. Countries and themes being represented were Colombia/Positivity, Germany/Discipline, Australia/Sportsmanship, Japan/Respect, Canada/Trust and South Africa/Teamwork. Students experienced activities in all six countries through fifteen minute time blocks. The event took place in the Post Center and included an Opening and Closing Ceremony.
Sport for Development Trivia Night: Students generated trivia questions related to international and national sport for development and peace initiatives. Question also related to six themes and countries from Global Passports.
Events designed and facilitated by Endicott Sport Management students.