Concept and fact learning in Physical Education. A methodological proposal
Alejandro López Rodríguez
Juan Antonio Moreno-Murcia
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López Rodríguez, A., & Moreno Murcia, J. A. (2002). Concept and fact learning in Physical Education. A methodological proposal. Apunts. Educación Física y Deportes, 69, 18-26.
One of the main elements of concern of the majority of specialists in Physical Education is how to pass on in a significant way theoretical knowledge to their students. This objective is not always reached, as many problems crop up when it’s time to transmit this knowledge. Research into the material show that one of the biggest problems is the lack of knowledge of many teachers on how to pass on the theoretical ideas in Physical Education classes expressed in facts, concepts and conceptual systems. A lack which is associated to the initial and permanent learning process, of when and how to teach and evaluate facts and ideas in Physical Education.
Therefore, the objective of the following article consists in finding answers to these scientific questions and demonstrate a practical proposal through a focus physical-educational in Physical Education classes.
Published: July 01, 2002
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