L'UOMO E IL MOVIMENTO Lineamenti di teoria e di metodologia

Translated title of the contribution: [Autom. eng. transl.] THE MAN AND THE MOVEMENT Outlines of theory and methodology

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Abstract

[Autom. eng. transl.] The fundamental assumption on which it rests is the awareness of the biological unity of the person in the indivisibility of the mind from the body. The study of human movement is faced, enriched and integrated in the light of the latest studies and the most recent scientific evidence and knowledge consolidated in the neuro-scientific and human sciences fields. With this inter and multidisciplinary approach, movement is valued as one of the most important organic functions essential for the evolution and maintenance of health and psycho-physical well-being in the three ages of man: developmental, adult and elderly. Education through motor activities is not reduced to a set of exercises that only enhance results and effects of an exclusively physical-motor type but is proposed and addressed to a careful evaluation of the effects on the person as a whole. Motor activities, today indispensable to man for the development of all growth domains (intellectual, communicative, motor and socio-affective), become a means available to the educator and coach to help: the child to grow globally , the adult to develop and maintain their abilities, the elderly to delay the aging process.
Translated title of the contribution[Autom. eng. transl.] THE MAN AND THE MOVEMENT Outlines of theory and methodology
Original languageItalian
PublisherVita e Pensiero Pubblic University:Largo Gemelli 1, I 20123 Milan Italy:011 39 02 72342310, 011 39 2 72342370, EMAIL: redazione.vp@unicatt.it, Fax: 011 39 02 72342974
Number of pages404
ISBN (Print)978-88-343-2071-6
Publication statusPublished - 2020

Keywords

  • Movimento Umano
  • Pedagogia del movimento
  • Teoria del movimento

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