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BMX TRAINING TO WIN MOOC
The main aim of the BMX MOOC Course is to stimulate dual career for BMX riders supporting their professional and educational development.
A specific open-access BMX Training Course has been developed incorporating the results of the
Moodle has been selected for the training course, because of its usability and interactive options between teachers and students and students-students.
Training courses will follow sport training model in other sports, considering:
• Common Knowledge – scientific and generic transversal modules to all sport modalities as sociology, psychology anatomy, pedagogical contents, teaching methodology, between others
• Specific Knowledge – scientific and technical specific modules for BMX (Physical conditioning, rules, technique, tactic, psychology). This part concludes with a module of professional development.
• Complementary Knowledge – TIC resources applied to BMX training and social demand analysis.
• Practice Knowledge – supervised internships, applying all the acquired knowledge to field training.
The contents of the BMX training course – lessons and complementary material – have been elaborated
mainly in Word and Power Point files. However, additional training materials such as videos, pdfs, articles will be available to users.
The contents of the BMX training course include different digital tools that make effective e-learning possible. Among the contents present in the course: videos, pdf, slides, links.
All the lessons uploade on the BMX e-learning platform are avaible in six different languages: English, Spanish, Italian, Latvian, Portuguese and Slovak.
Each unit and content will show in the title the authors names, in order to respect and maintain their copyrights.
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