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Integrated school-community projects to promote motor activity through possible alignment with professionals

Antinea Ambretti, Antonio Borgogni, Rodolfo Vastola, Simone Di Gennaro, Vladimir Medved, Francesca D'Elia


The physical education in primary school try to pursue a twofold purpose: on the one hand it enrich the motor luggage learners, proposing qualitatively effective motor activities; in the other hand, it try to train teachers in extra-curricular perspective. The proposed projects, in recent years, emphasized the indissoluble marriage between motor and pedagogy. The school, in fact, according to the Ministerial Directions, actively proposes a structure of ludic-motor-sporting nature initiatives aimed at spreading a culture of movement, in a teaching and educational perspective. In this regard, projects born from the signing of memoranda of understanding between MIUR and CONI want to promote a culture of movement in children, which is essential for a complete student training. The project activities promoted tend to introduce a new cultural paradigm, in which it urged the teachers' skills and educational existing resources, with the continued collaboration between school and territory.

Keywords in English

Physical education; primary school; school projects

Education Sciences & Society - Open Access Peer Reviewed Journal
ISSNe 2284-015X | AUT. TRIB. MILANO N. 80 DEL 13/07/2016

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