THE FORMATION OF THE PROCESS OF INCLUSION THROUGH SPORTS ACTIVITIES IN THE SCHOOL SYSTEM

Lorenzo Donini, Salvatore Napolitano

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The purpose of this research is to highlight the contribution that sporting activity can provide, in a formative context, for the inclusive development of individuals with Special Educational Needs (SEN) in the school system. To date, there has been an evolution from the objective of school integration to that of inclusion, which is also highlighted in the new concept of BES that, by now, is no longer only methodical and opens, in a predominantly pedagogical and didactic key, to the phenomenon of inclusion. In this sense, sport, thanks to the many inclusive benefits it can bring, is the most suitable formative tool to be adopted in the school system.

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Sports Activities; Formation; Pedagogy; Didactics; School System

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