Bachelor's degree in Sport and Exercise Science (from 2008-2009)

Bachelor's degree in Sport and Exercise Science (from 2008-2009)

Teaching individual and team sports

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Learning outcomes

The course aims to give students the knowledge and skills in didactics and technique. This will lead to greater professional competence in individual sport. The programme includes both theory and practice in a number of field and track events as well as gymnastics. Analysis both qualitative and quantitative will be studied with re-spect to the currently established movement models. The course aims to offer, at the end of the three-year course, an overview of issues related to different ages and different levels of service and career (promotional-amateur-professional) in team sports; It is also proposed to urge the students to "assemble" the knowledge gained in the various disciplines relating to motor science, synthesizing and linking elements for the purpose of their professional qualification, particularly in the field of quality sports performance, roles a physical trainer, instructor and technical teacher of young athletes or amateur sportsmen. SPECIFIC: The course will allow the student to understand and master the tools needed to understand and analyse team sports by modelling the three "sporting" (basketball - futsal) disciplines and the "promotional" sports "innovative" disciplines eg. fresbee - hockey indoor - rugby seven) proposed in the exercises (which may vary in future editions of the course). The program focuses on knowledge of sporting regulations for teaching purposes, strategies, methods and methodological-didactic tools necessary for organizing and managing Programming and Working Plans for Group Sports Activities. Students will be provided with a series of essential teaching tools to help develop • conditional capacities for the purpose of providing and preventing; • specific technical skills of the various sports disciplines; • transversal tactical skills to different sports disciplines. The "internship" is a practical technical experience on the individual sport and specific teamwork of didactics; is associated with didactic laboratory exercises to complete personal experiences according to the motivations and insights that the student will find most useful at the end of his three-year career; In fact, in laboratory exercises, we intend to diversify interventions by offering a broad overview of transversal content and organizing practice for the groups and specific themes that each type of sport represents; the student will then be able to use the apprenticeship experience to contextualize the knowledge learned in frontal and laboratory didactics; a part of this experience can be done in a "small group" in order to share with your companions different knowledge, skills and interests for the creation of a work project to be submitted to the final exam.

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