Special Issue "Physical Education and Health at School Age"
A special issue of International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health (ISSN 1660-4601). This special issue belongs to the section "Sport and Health".
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 7 June 2023 | Viewed by 472
Interests: physical education; sports performance; pedagogy and education
Interests: sports pedagogy: physical education, coach education; coaching science: sports, sports training, sports performance, performance analysis, notational analysis
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Physical education which is applied using a specific teaching methodology has a direct impact on different aspects of the lives of students. Its main purpose is to develop students’ motor skills, which are skills defined as the integration of procedures, attitudes, feelings and knowledge mainly related to motor behavior. The aim is to enable students to move effectively and efficiently.
This Special Issue in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, entitled “Physical Education and Health at School Age”, offers researchers the opportunity to publish multidisciplinary research regarding the importance and incidence of physical education in today’s society. We are interested in high-quality original research, review papers or study protocols related to the practice of physical activity (sports) to generate healthy lifestyle habits that favor an adequate quality of life and prevent diseases, such as childhood obesity.
The nature of this subject transversally allows improvement in other curricular subjects. It also generates suitable spaces for the development of sports learning and constructive conflict resolution. Therefore, papers that analyze the relationships between teaching methodology, sports learning and academic performance are also welcomed.
Potential topics include, but are not limited to:
- Innovation and teaching methodologies;
- Motor skills and sports analysis;
- Physical fitness, health and quality of life;
- Healthy habits and lifestyles in relation to physical activity;
- Academic performance and co-education;
- Evaluation instruments.
Dr. Juan Manuel García-Ceberino
Prof. Dr. Sebastián Feu
Dr. María de Gracia Gamero
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- sports adherence
- tactical–technical behavior