PHYSICAL LITERACY AND NON-LINEAR PEDAGOGY. HOW CAN TECHNOLOGIES ENHANCE MOTOR LEARNING?

Domenico Monacis, Sabrina Annoscia, Giacomo Pascali

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The present paper aims to develop a theoretical model that brings together the opportunities of new technologies and the principles of non-linear pedagogy. 

This research study allows to identify fundamental principles of “non-linear-technology-based model” and potential outcomes on motor learning, physical literacy and health promotion. Great importance is given to teacher training for evidence-based didactic to provide strong foundation for a critical integration of technology in physical education.  


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Non-linear pedagogy; technology in PE; physical literacy;

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