The contribution of technologies for learning and development of motor skills in early age
The diffusion of technologies in the school curriculum solicits every discipline to identify,
in its structure, essential themes and methods of use, in accordance with the motivation
of the students. The use to technologies expresses an opportunity for expanding
disciplinary teaching that follows sociocultural evolution, mobilizing students’ interests,
skills and abilities, generating an educational continuity of environments and skills. This
work aims to present a review of studies published between 2013 and 2018, which highlights
the contribution of technologies to promote motor competences in developmental
age and the assessment of levels of physical activity. The analysis of the literature,
through various databases and search engines, has brought out multiple directions of
study and applications and the need for shared methodological guidelines.
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