Journal of Human Sport and Exercise

A comparative study on the motor-autobiography of Italian kindergarten and primary school will be teachers.

Nadia Carlomagno, Gilda Cecoro, Rosa Sgambelluri, Pier Giuseppe Rossi

DOI: https://doi.org/10.4100/jhse.2012.8.Proc2.13

Abstract

A perspective of evaluation based on authentic assessment highlights the ethical and aesthetic aspects of education as well as the learning aspect of the assessment, which is expressed in a dialogic mode and offers a sharing process that transforms the assessment into an important stage of the learning path. This type of evaluative inquiry shifts the focus of research from the product, which is represented in the motor field by execution, performance or gesture, to the understanding of learning strategies for students, enabling them to reflect on their own elaboration processes and development of the educational process through the use of the teaching of the body and movement. The expected results, therefore, will provide a redefinition of the educational needs of the students that are created due to the greater awareness of their education – motor path.

Keywords

AUTHENTIC ASSESSMENT; MOTOR AUTOBIOGRAPHY; MOTOR SKILLS; TEACHING – LEARNING PROCESS



DOI: https://doi.org/10.4100/jhse.2012.8.Proc2.13





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