The objectives of the Masters course arise from law 170/10 and subsequent decrees, and also from the most recent scientific research, which asks that attention be given to psychological, pedagogical and didactic aspects necessary for special needs students to succeed in their education. The University of Verona carries out research, teaching and training in the fields of pedagogy, didactics, psychology and psychomotricity. The Ministry of Education, University and Research has given a mandate to the University of Verona to open Masters courses, advanced courses and professional development courses for teacher training on special needs students. Added to this is a second mandate referring more generally to Special Education Needs. Verona has been selected as the site for this Masters course, which will prepare preschool and primary school contact point teachers for psychomotricity problems in schools, encouraging the development of a unified identity within a process of inclusion. This initiative is shared and supported by the Regional Education Office (USR) of Veneto and the Provincial Education Office (USP) of Verona. It can also count on collaboration with the Italian Centre of Study and Research in Psychology and Movement (CISERPP), an agency responsible for psychomotricity training which works closely with school staff in Verona and the Veneto region.