EXERGAMES AND MOTOR LEARNING: SYSTEMATIC REVIEW

Manuela Valentini, Valeria Picone

Abstract


Distance learning has led to a reflection on the role of physical activity even with children in nursery and primary schools. The traditional physical space combined with online suggests a rethinking of places and teaching-learning processes. Objective: to understand if and in what way active video games were considered and studied before the pandemic and if exergames can represent a useful teaching strategy to reclaim the priority role of physical activity in the education of the student and a tool for combating overweight, obesity, and sedentary lifestyle. Fixed point: exergames must not replace the physical exercise and movement inherent in the physical and motor education curriculum but integrate them.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.32043/gsd.v7i3.1022

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