OBLOMOV for Schools

This section is for teachers who would like to try the OBLOMOV method.

“Preteens’ level of enjoyment is a strong predictor of their constant participation in physical activity” (Lambrick et al. 2015).

Why does the Oblomov method can be considered innovative? It can be described with the word SHIEFTS: Short High Intensity Enjoyable Flexible Time-efficient Shared. It is a pedagogic method based on the HIIT (High Intensive Interval Training) approach and combining theatre strategies to involve pupils.
Actually, the Oblomov team tried to create a new pedagogic method combining both HIIT and THEATRE: sport, with discipline, rules, and movement meets a story, made by imagination and magic, with the aim of transforming current reality to a better one.

Why Theatre has been combined with Sport? Beacause THEATRE is used as a “motivating tool”, that is able to involve teenagers in physical activities and to promote the idea that physical exercise can be funny.

Here you can find downloadable resources to understand the OBLOMOV method through our experiences!
For further information: info@oblomovproject.eu



School Labs in Italy

The laboratories involved 4 schools in the nearby of Milan: about 207 pupils and 11 teachers took part to the project.
What was ascertained is that the ideal environment includes extracurricular timetable, a limited number of students, students pulled from various classes, teachers with a previous theatrical training, even if minimal.


School Labs in Slovenia

The laboratories involved 5 schools in the nearby of Ljubljana: about 200 pupils and 10 teachers took part to the project.
Teachers were positively impressed, full of energy and with positive expectations!


School Labs in Finland

The laboratories involved 2 schools in the nearby of Jyväskylä: about 78 pupils and 4  teachers ( + 2 physical education teacher students, 2 physiotherapists and  one sport club coordinator) took part to the project. Next teacher seminar for up to 20 teachers will be organized in Autumn 2018.


School Labs in Belgium

The laboratories involved 4 schools in the nearby of Liège: about 176 pupils and 5 teachers took part to the project.


School Labs in Greece

The laboratories involved 4 schools in the nearby of Thessaloniki: about 123 pupils and 6 teachers took part to the project. The children felt excited about the transition from theatrical play to physical activity and teachers were interviewed to adapt the program to their points of view and ideas.


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