ECTS sports subject

SPORT FOR STUDENTS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS

Course type

Extracurricular activity

Number of ECTS CP

3 ECTS CP

Study programme

ECTS credit points can be obtained for the first or the second cycle of the study programme.

Prerequisites

Enrolment in the first or the second cycle of a study programme of the University of Ljubljana. Requirement for taking the exam is 75% attendance of the course.

Methods of work

  • Lectures: 10 hrs.
  • Tutorial: 50 hrs.
  • Individual work: 30 hrs.

Assessment

The exam is scored from 110 in accordance with the Statutes of the University of Ljubljana. Theoretical (50%) and practical (50%) exam.

Equipment

Sports clothes and clean sports shoes, towel, bottle of water.

Content of ECTS sports subject

  • Definition of populations with special needs
  • Motor and physical development of children, adolescents and adults with special needs
  • Psychosomatic developmental characteristics of adolescents and adults with special needs
  • Motor abilities, limitations and specificity of adolescents and adults with special needs
  • Monitoring the load of adolescents and adults with special needs
  • Elementary and social games
  • Wheelchair basketball
  • Hockey wheelchairs
  • Tennis and table tennis
  • Walking, Nordic walking, running, cycling
  • Activities on and in the water
  • Dance workshops
  • Proprioceptive training
  • Special Olympics, MATP, Paralympic games, sports of people with disabilities

Objectives and competences

  • Getting to know some aspects of physical and motor development of persons with disabilities
  • Creating links between different areas of development (physical, physical, cognitive, emotional and social statistics)
  • Understand the issues of specific approaches to planning and implementation of physical and sports activities for persons with disabilities
  • Gradually train the exercising greater control of movement (also in a wheelchair), for the development of coordination of movement in space and/or ride the trolley
  • Enable the exercising of basic ball games and to acquaint them with the terminology specific sport
  • To introduce the exercising of the basic rules of each sport and with the essential theoretical foundations
  • Develop mutual cooperation, perseverance, self-esteem and patience
  • Develop information and energy component of movement of exercising
  • Develop motor skills: the power of hands, torso; the mobility of the shoulder girdle, coordination, speed (implementation movements, explosive, etc.), balance, precision and durability
  • Align with the water and learn to swim
  • To move to the rhythm and learn regarded hear strokes, connect them to the movement
  • To learn how to set dances and dance composition
  • Learn the basics of classical aerobics
  • Obtain and/or improve aerobic capacity
  • Implement outdoor activities (biking, walking, hiking, mountaineering, Nordic walking)
  • Ability to achieve the objectives in the field of movement and sports activities for people with special needs (care of consistent physical development, movement and functional abilities, conquering various natural forms of movement, the basic elements of different sports, sports as a pleasant experience with the game, pairing with appropriate clothing and footwear, sports accessories, the basic principles of safety, hygiene, etc.)
  • Ability to understand the structure of kinesiology, the specifics of movement and functional abilities of persons with disabilities

Intended learning outcomes

Understand the ways and means that are associated with approaches to persons with special needs and physical or sport activities for persons with disabilities and limitations and pathologies.

Knowing the basics of a variety of conditions, diseases and pathologies in physical and mental development, specific features of the structure of kinesiology persons with special needs, understanding and knowledge of basic design strategies for persons with disabilities;

Knowing the basics of the particularities of the development of motor learning in individuals with special needs and the introduction of movement and sports and recreation programs in their way of life;

Understanding the basic principles of manufacturing programs of exercise and sports and recreational activities for persons with disabilities according to their developmental characteristics;

Skills of using a variety of sources, interpretation of data, identification and resolution of problems related to kinesiology and adjacent areas

Literature

  • Ahčin, B., Bera, I., Čuk, M. Fučka, Z. (1999). Navodila za delo z gibalno oviranimi učenci. Strokovni svet RS za splošno izobraževanje, dne 8. 4. 1999.
  • Ambrožič, K., Košir, S., Likar, L., Somrak, T., (1999). Navodila za delo z  gluhimi in naglušnimi mučenci. Strokovni svet RS za splošno izobraževanje, dne 8. 4. 1999.
  • Berčič, H., Tušak, M., Karpljuk, D. (2003). Šport, droge in zdravje odvisnikov. Ljubljana: Fakulteta za šport, Inštitut za šport.
  • Florjančič, S., Gerbec, I., Kermauner, A., Lotrič, K., (1999). Navodila za delo s slepimi in slabovidnimi učenci. Strokovni svet RS za splošno izobraževanje, dne 8. 4. 1999.
  • Horvat, J,. Juhant, M., Kožuh, B., Ravnikar, F., Škoflek, I., (1999). Navodila za delo z učenci z motnjo v vedenju in osebnosti. Strokovni svet RS za splošno izobraževanje, dne 8. 4. 1999.
  • Karpljuk, D., Hadžić, V., Gjura Kaloper, V., Videmšek, M., Dervišević, E., Cecić Erpič, S., Hrovat, A., Adamič, K., Rešetar, V., Rožman, F. (2004). Sladkorna bolezen, gibanje in šport. Ljubljana: Zveza društev diabetikov Slovenije.
  • Karpljuk, D., Videmšek, M., Zajc, M. (2003). Možnosti povezovanja športnih in zdravstvenih vsebin v osnovni šoli. Ljubljana: Fakulteta za šport, Inštitut za šport.
  • Marjanovič Umek, L., Zupančič, M.,  Fekonja, U., Kavčič, T., Svetina, M., Tomazo Ravnik, T., Bratanič, B. (2004). Razvojna psihologija. Ljubljana: Znanstvenoraziskovalni inštitut Filozofske fakultete.
  • Vute, R., (1999). Izziv drugačnosti v športu Debra.
  • Uradni list Republike Slovenije. (2000). Zakon o usmerjanju otrok s posebnimi potrebami, leto X, št. 54.
  • Karpljuk, D., Usenik, R., nuzdorfer, P. (avtor, fotograf), Videmšek, M., Hadžić, V., Florjančič, M., Lavrenčič, J., Kovačič, J., Slatner, L., Meško, M. (2013). Športna dejavnost otrok in mladostnikov s posebnimi potrebami. 1. natis. Draga: CUDV, 108 str., ilustr. ISBN 978-961-93538-0-6. [COBISS.SI-ID 268411648]
  • Karpljuk, D.. Športna dejavnost za otroke in mladostnike s posebnimi potrebami CUDV DRAGA (2013). Šport, ISSN 0353-7455, 2013, letn. 61, št. 3/4, str. 53, ilustr. [COBISS.SI-ID 4439473]

The literature is available in the library of the Faculty of Sport, the rest of the literature will be delivered later.

Notes

The ECTS sports subject is financed by the University of Ljubljana. For students of the University of Ljubljana the ECTS sports subjects are free of charge. Participation in the ECTS sports subjects is at the student’s own risk.

 

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