HEALTH-PROMOTING SCHOOLS. MULTICOMPONENT INTERVENTIONS TO TEACH MOTOR COMPETENCIES.

Sara Ladiana, Matteo Bibba, Dario Colella

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Le scuole che promuovono la salute costituiscono un contesto formativo in cui vivere, apprendere e lavorare. Il seguente contributo si propone di analizzare gli effetti degli interventi multicomponente nel campo dell’educazione fisica e delle attività motorie. Sono stati selezionati quindici studi pubblicati tra il 2019 e il 2024, con un range di età campione compreso tra 6 e 14 anni. Il contributo di un’educazione fisica di qualità è fondamentale per favorire il processo educativo attraverso l’attività motoria.


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Health promoting schools; Multicomponent intervention; Children and Youth

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