EXPERIMENTAL PEDAGOGICAL PATH TO STIMULATE TRAINING IN YOUNG PEOPLE IN CONDITIONS OF SOCIAL DISCOMFORT

Davide Di Palma

Abstract


Situations of youth discomfort represent a constant threat to the formative development of future adult generations and, for this reason, pose an important challenge to the entire pedagogical community. This research work intends to propose an innovative and structured training program for these young people, in order to stimulate the construction, or re-construction, of some fundamental educational values that are essential for a comprehensive and proper growth of the individual in society. The innovative didactic activities will be based on the Outdoor Training approach and will also make use of the motor and sport dimension, which has always been an essential key for an effective educational development for everyone, especially for young people.

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Experimental Pedagogical Path, Outdoor Training, Learning by Doing, Educational Values, Disadvantaged Young People.

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