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CODE 72676
ACADEMIC YEAR 2024/2025
CREDITS
TEACHING LOCATION
  • SAVONA
PREREQUISITES
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TEACHING MATERIALS AULAWEB

AIMS AND CONTENT

LEARNING OUTCOMES

This teaching must provide knowledge on the specific problems of developmental age analyzed both in relation to age (childhood, pre-adolescence and adolescence), to the anatomical districts involved (parmorphisms of the spine, frontal and sagittal dimorphisms of the spine, postural disharmonies), to main feasible therapies (use of spinal braces), correlating motor and/or sports paths to these situations. This teaching must provide knowledge on the specific problems of adulthood and especially the elderly, analyzed both in relation to age, to the anatomical areas involved, to the main feasible therapies, correlating motor and/or sports paths to these situations. The study of Preventive and Adapted Motor Activity is carried out by correlating the performance of the subjects with specific clinical problems or with their outcomes and the motor activity as a compensation mechanism for the motor deficits stabilized by the previous rehabilitation activity; the pathways of motor activity adapted to the pathologies of greatest incidence are analysed.

AIMS AND LEARNING OUTCOMES

Objectives of integrated teaching: knowing, knowing how to do, knowing how to be for the conduct and management of physical and sporting activities aimed at all ages of life and special users.

Development of knowledge, skills and operational skills in relation to adapted motor activities, aimed at able-bodied and disabled subjects, carried out with educational, recreational, socialization, prevention, maintenance and compensation purposes to promote the best quality of life , integration/inclusion and well-being of the individual throughout the life span.

Organization and management of physical activities for adults and the elderly. Possess basic knowledge relating to the methodological, didactic-organizational and relational aspects that characterize the areas of education and motor prevention in the changing and various phases of developmental age, in particular in the following operational areas: training, free time (recreational), quote for well-being.

SYLLABUS/CONTENT

TASSO EMILIA

 

Lessons

Cultural sphere

General theme

Elementary teaching unit

1

Physical and sporting activities for people with special needs

 

(frailty and disability)

Legislation

 

History of adapted motor activities

The ministerial indications for motor sciences

 

Professional profile and skills of the MS graduate

 

European Sport Charter for All: disabled people

 

Disability law

 

Legislative Decree n°81/2008

 

History of adapted physical activities.

 

Evolution of the concept of adaptation: aspects of psychology, pedagogy and special psychomotor skills

 

Motor skills and adaptation: special teaching in daily life activities; in different environmental contexts; in the different Apa approach perspectives
2

Motor activities

Theory and methodology of adapted motor activities

 

Practical exercise (I)

The development of motor skills in the human species:

 

from verticalization to the activities of daily life.

4

Motor activities for individuals with special needs

Adapted motor and sports activity methodology

 

Practical exercise (II)

The evaluation perspective of the ICF

 

Motricity and resources of the person with special needs (fragility and disability)

 

throughout the life span (childhood, youth, adulthood, old age).

 

Prevention and quality of life: a social and health commitment

5

Physical and sporting activities for disabled people

Adapted motor and sports activity methodology

 

Practical exercise (III)

Program management procedures

 

of physical activity adapted to users with special needs: means/tools/adaptations

 

/risk prevention

 

International sports classification

 

Paralympic

 

Special Olympics

Student's choice

Physical and sporting activities for people with special needs

Theory, technique and teaching of preventive/adaptive physical and sporting activities

Practical internship experience

 

Practical exercise (IV)

 

BOCCINI ALDA

 

Gymnastics terminology and description of exercises

Aging (physiological changes in relation to the systems: locomotor, respiratory, cardiovascular and nervous system)

Programming a work plan, Analysis of hospital spinal gymnastics programmes, Perception of the body scheme

Spinal/postural gymnastics, Antalgic gymnastics, postures and sedative exercises, Joint mobility, Memorization exercises, Balance, Coordination, Breathing, Relaxation techniques, Abdominal gymnastics (technique-teaching-common errors), Perineal gymnastics, Pregnancy gymnastics (basic rules for each activity), "gentle" gymnastics, yoga and Pilates, Fall prevention, Ergonomics and general advice.

 

SENAREGA DANIELA

 

Scope of motor activity (Epistemology of motor activity, Classification of motor activities. Factors of motor skills. Psychomotor development in developmental age).

Scope of the body and corporeity (The development of the body schema. Self-perception. Body language)

Methodological teaching scope (The educational situation. Communication in the educational situation. Disciplinary teaching. The contents of motor education)

Motor skills (Game and game-sport. Programming. Psychomotor development. Prevention and posture in developmental age)

RECOMMENDED READING/BIBLIOGRAPHY

TASSO EMILIA: A. Bianco, E. Tasso, J. Bilard, G. Ninot & A. Varray (eds.) 2005. Teaching and experiencing adapted motor activities. Busalla: Ed. La Lontra. Handout psychomotor development of children 0-3 years; Slides a.y. 2016_17 Prof. E.Tasso; Legislative Decree n°81/2008; P. Cabella “Antalgic spinal gymnastics - technical notebook one” Frasconi Scientific Library

BOCCINI ALDA: Barbera C., Argento Visco (movement as a new dimension of life for the elderly); slides; P. Cabella, A. Boccini. Postural Gymnastics

SENAREGA DANIELA: Senarega D. Motor education in first cycle schools (2014). Free to write Publisher

TEACHERS AND EXAM BOARD

LESSONS

LESSONS START

I semester