The book discusses various aspects of physical education (PE) and motor activities (MA) from a pedagogical perspective. It covers various theories related to physical education, such as the role of motor development in early childhood and the importance of physical education for promoting healthy lifestyles. Additionally, it explains the unique nature of movement and its implications for teaching and learning, including the role of perception and motor function in cognitive development. The book also discusses the role of physical education and sports educators in motor learning for educational purposes, examines various theoretical models related to motor learning and their pedagogical implications, covers instructional models for teaching motor activity, and emphasizes the importance of pedagogical content knowledge in implementing these models. Finally, the book discusses the models-based approach to teaching physical education. Overall, it provides a comprehensive understanding of the pedagogical aspects of physical education and motor activities, including theories, methods, and techniques for teaching and learning.
Presentation by: Andrea Ceciliani