Tjelesni Odgoj I Sport U Regiji Campanija

Translated title of the contribution: Physical education and sport in the campania region

Stefano Di Tore, Nadia Carlomagno, Gomez Paloma Fillippo, Claudio Macchi, Gaetano Raiola, Gilda Cecoro, Maurizio Sibilio

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Abstract

The didactic of physical activities in the school, while exercising the individual technical skills, never loses sight of the unity of knowledge and invites the child to reflect on his actions, on his mental and physical changes, but also on his knowledge. For this reason, the school is differs from sports federations and associations, and it must rise to the role of leadership in the sport education. After these necessary preambles, it seems now particularly interesting to introduce the scenario laid out by ISTAT (Italian Statistics Institute) survey "100 statistics to understand the country we live in". The ISTAT analysis shows how Campania is the region after Sicily with the highest percentage of people with a sedentary lifestyle. It seems that in Campania, the primary school fails in its leadership role with regard to the sports education and the motor practices and in supporting non-sedentary lifestyles. In fact, in Campania the sport practice is very low and the level of giving up is particularly high. This discussion starts from this point and should be considered as a pilot study to evaluate a possible contributory cause of the status here outlined, i.e. the perception that teachers have of their own basic and technical skills in the motor field. It is not forbidden to think that, if this survey shows a widespread perception of lack of ability, this will adversely affect the motor teaching and be at least partly responsible for the situation described herein. Therefore the aim of this research is to monitor the level of the basic skills and of the motor teaching skills of primary school teachers in the region Campania, and the way they perceive the movement, highlighting any possible critical factor.

Translated title of the contributionPhysical education and sport in the campania region
Original languageUndefined/Unknown
Pages (from-to)32-35
Number of pages4
JournalSport Science
Volume5
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - Jun 20 2012

Keywords

  • Campania
  • Didactics
  • Knowledge
  • Movement
  • Physical education
  • Sport

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Orthopedics and Sports Medicine
  • Physical Therapy, Sports Therapy and Rehabilitation

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