Four main educational objectives:
1. to acquire the knowledge of Olympic team sports and their game rules;
2. to acquire the knowledge of the elements characterizing the team sports;
3. to acquire the knowledge of the analysis of the performance model of each discipline, as well as of the methods for identifying the necessary prerequisites for the practice of each discipline, and for identifying the skills to be developed;
4. to develop independent judgment, communication skills and the ability to modulate learning according needs.
Achieving the 4 training objectives is a characterizing element of the professionalism of the future L022 graduate and provides specific skills that are useful to find employment in team sports activities, both in the Olympic and Paralympic areas. The provision of theoretical and practical lessons relating to the determination of the performance models of the treated sports allows the student to transform into practice what is delivered theoretically and to receive feedback from colleagues and the teacher, useful from a professional point of view, because they allow you to perfect learning and knowledge.
Therefore, the structure of the course allows you to favor and verify all 5 Dublin descriptors, that is, knowledge and understanding of the course topics, necessary to be able to carry out the practical part, consisting in the analysis of the performance models of the treated sports; ability to apply knowledge and understanding of the course topics through the creation of performance models of the treated sports; critical and judgment skills, manifested both during frontal lessons, through interaction with the teacher, and during practical lessons; ability to communicate what has been learned, through the creation of performance models; as well as the ability to continue studying independently over the course of life given that during the course delivery the methods of scientific research and the key points for analytical reasoning applied to the topics of study will be shown.