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I’mPOSSIBLE

About I'mPOSSIBLE

It is a education programme developed by the Agitos Foundation, the development arm of the International Paralympic Committee (IPC), to spread the Paralympic values and the vision of the Paralympic Movement to young people throughout the world. The name ‘I’mPOSSIBLE’ is inspired by an iconic moment from the Sochi 2014 Paralympic Winter Games. During the Closing Ceremony, the word ‘Impossible’ appeared floating from the roof the stadium. Paralympic Rowing champion Alexey Chuvasev climbed a 15-meter long rope to reach the top of the lettering and dropped an apostrophe between the letters ‘I’ and ‘m’, changing it to ‘I’mPOSSIBLE’ and showing the world that people can achieve anything they want.

Image of the video introducing the Japanese edition of the I'mPOSSIBLE teaching materials.

School kids playing and learning about sitting volleyball with actual experience.
Download the I'mPOSSIBLE teaching materials introduction video from here (Available in Japanese only) (54MB)

※ The Japanese edition of I’mPOSSIBLE was developed by the Nippon Foundation Paralympic Support Center and the Japanese Paralympic Committee in collaboration with the Benesse Foundation for Children based on the contents in the international edition.

Contents

The Japanese edition of I'mPOSSIBLE includes 14 lesson plans (units) for primary schools and 12 lesson plans for secondary schools, with all the supporting teacher and learner resources necessary for each session.

  • - The units are arranged into two themes: Paralympic values and Para sports.

Inquiries

Office of the I'mPOSSIBLE Japanese edition

iampossible(at)parasapo.tokyo

※ As a countermeasure for spam, the format of the email address has been altered. Our apologies for any inconvenience, and we ask that you replace the (at) with @ when using the email address.

※ If you are interested in implementing I'mPOSSIBLE outside of Japan, please contact a National Paralympic Committee in a respective country.