THE COMPLEXITY OF THE EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH IN THE TEACHING OF MOTOR ACTIVITIES

TitleTHE COMPLEXITY OF THE EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH IN THE TEACHING OF MOTOR ACTIVITIES
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2011
AuthorsSibilio, M, Aiello, P
JournalProblems of Education in the 21st Century
Volume36
Start Page99-105
Date PublishedDecember/2011
Type of ArticleOriginal article
ISSN1822-7864
Other NumbersICID: 970333
Keywordsmotor activities, quantitative research, teaching-learning
Abstract

The need to identify an educational dimension of the motor activities to be practiced in school context requires a disciplinary intersection between the sciences of education and the sciences of motion that outlines a complex heuristic space where the Geisteswissensschaften and Naturwissensschaften can cooperate at a constant, rigorous and critical harmonization of different approaches, protocols and instruments of research.
Starting from the model proposed by Arnold (1988) that shows the wide range of possibilities offered by the movement to educational processes it is important to reflect critically upon the procedures and the adoption of specific research methodologies that can functionally integrate with the curriculum and the educational and organizational constraints of the school institutions and be suitable to define the best teaching practices to enhance the educational dimension of motor activities.

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