Neurodidactics and healthy physical condition
Proposal to improve educational inclusion
Keywords:Physical education, Special needs education, Special schools, Social integration, Sport
The aim of this study is to establish the link between healthy physical activity and neurodidactics to promote educational inclusion. In order to answer this objective, a sample of 289 postgraduate participants from the University of Jaén was selected. The research was descriptive, explanatory, and correlational. A Likert scale, constructed ad hoc, was used, and validated in content and construct through an exploratory factor analysis (EFA). The analysis of the correlation data, the descriptive data and the CFA show as main results the need to enhance knowledge in neurodidactics both in initial and continuous training, as well as to express the importance of scientific aspects in the educational system. In conclusion, following Arnaiz (2019, 2020) it is necessary a change in the orientation of inclusive ideas, since currently, it is still confused with integration, so it is necessary to reflect on what has been done in teacher training years ago. In relation to healthy physical condition, the need for it is admitted, but not that it is essential, leaving unclear the relationship with educational inclusion or with neurodidactics.
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