Francesca Marra, Francesco Tafuri


The use of game-based training in the field of sport contributes to the personal growth path of the individual and is extremely topical in the field of Education Sciences. It requires, however, multiple insights when creating additional innovative approaches within intra- and extra-school educational design. The selection of the S3 Volley discipline stems from an intention to go beyond the schemes traditionally used in schools, aiming to demonstrate how the domains of teaching/learning and the development of motor skills are interrelated.

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Italian Journal of Health Education, Sports and Inclusive Didactics 
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