Italian. Supplementary didactic provision in English or French for Erasmus students or for those not in possession of suitable knowledge of Italian.
Development and understanding of biomotor skills
Models of development of the motor system
Efficient force control: mechanical movement functions
Importance of posture in athletic movement
Progressive curriculum project: learning the skills of the movement on physio-mechanical training
Development of speed and agility skills in the race
Development of plyometric skills and jumping
Development of functional force progressions
The "Educational Material" is delivered directly by the teacher to the student representatives as presentations of the topics covered during the lectures.
RECOMMENDED IN-DEPTH READINGS
The "Recommended in-depth Readings" are also delivered directly by the teacher to the student representatives in the form of reproductions of selected book chapters from advisable texts, scientific papers whose contents have been illustrated (even briefly) during the lectures , possibly as multimedia content of an elucidating nature.
- includes content on how the body functions optimally and explores the importance of physical literacy and movement vocabulary;
- shows in detail how different sports have common elements and can draw from tests and skills the use of movement skills to solve the challenges posed by performance;
- explores how the neuromotor system and how the athlete's systems change through age-related development phases;
- focuses on the mechanical functions of athletic movement skills and on the effect that forces have for a successful performance;
- offers an in-depth view of the posture and its importance and effect on the efficiency of the movement;
- stresses the importance of evaluating and monitoring the development of movement skills;
- teaches how to build an application and progressive curriculum that includes the fundamentals of the areas of development for speed, agility and strength.
Lectures, possible seminar meetings.
There are no program differences for non-attending students.
Type of Assessment
The final evaluation takes into account the constant participation of the student at all stages of the training process.
The moment of formal verification is represented by the individual interview that takes place directly with the teacher.
It is evaluated, in particular:
- the learning of the basic theoretical concepts expressed in the teaching material produced during the course,
- the learning of the concepts provided in frontal or seminar form,
- the development of the critical sense and the ability to observe, describe and represent the contents of the course and their expressions,
- the degree of awareness of the personal role in the design a process through movement (training).