Assistant teacher course/Individual curriculum/Sports

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Sports can be a topic of an individual curriculum but should connect to academic topics, especially if the individual curriculum contains no academic topics itself. Sports can connect, for instance, to nutritional science, human biology, medicine, pedagogy and psychology. A sports trainer is often a special authority for a pupil interested in sports, which can be attributed to interest-driven learning; that influence can be used to motivate academic topics as mandatory components of the individual curriculum.