Aptidão Relacionada à Saúde do Aluno. Testes em Escolas de Educação Física: Estratégias Para Autoteste Usando a Tecnologia

Por: Jianmin Guan, Keating Xiaolu Liu e Rachyl Stephenson.

European Physical Education Review - 2019

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Se utilizados adequadamente nas escolas, os testes de aptidão dos jovens podem desempenhar um papel significativo na promoção de um estilo de vida fisicamente ativo entre crianças em idade escolar. Infelizmente, existem muitos problemas ao testar componentes da aptidão relacionada à saúde (HRF) dos alunos, como preocupações com privacidade, uso indevido de testes resultados e procedimentos de teste demorados. Este artigo fornece uma abordagem alternativa para implementação de testes de aptidão para jovens, tentando resolver alguns desses problemas de longa data. Informações contextuais sobre práticas globais de teste de condicionamento físico para jovens são introduzidas pela primeira vez, seguidas por estratégias para autoteste de condicionamento físico usando tecnologias emergentes em vez de testes mais tradicionais métodos conduzidos em um ambiente de educação física (EP). Também abordamos como uma abordagem de autoteste poderia ser usado como parte de um programa de educação física em que os alunos aprendem sobre os componentes da HRF, desenvolvem competências e aprendem a melhorar sua HRF ao longo do tempo, sem um especialista avaliador para monitorar sua própria HRF. O papel potencial da tecnologia moderna na resolução de algumas das problemas aparentemente insolúveis com testes de condicionamento juvenil em escolas de todo o mundo e facilitando o Também é apresentada a implementação de auto-teste de HRF em programas de educação escolar na escola. Mais esforço deve ser dada ao desenvolvimento de auto-teste de HRF baseado em tecnologia e pesquisa empírica. (TRADUTOR GOOGLE)

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