Technologies for sport: epistemological perspectives and educational practices


In recent years, the use of technologies in sport has become the main focus of continuous evolutions. In exercise and sports sciences degree, seizing these evolutions could represent a significant opportunity to align teaching perspectives with the sociocultural evolution of sport training practices, thereby increasing students' interest and skills. By undertaking a reflective exploration of the relationship between sports performance and technology, also analysing the results of a survey proposed to collegiate students, this paper examines the possibilities for an epistemological reconfiguration of the use of sports technologies as an essential part of the educational process, including from the perspective of enriching curricular content and promoting technological literacy, culturally situated,  of future experts in exercise and sport sciences.