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Click to edit Master subtitle style Motor Development and Motor Learning for Children a primer
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Gender Similarities Implications? n Physical differences between boys and girls during early and later childhood are minimal n They have similar amounts of muscle and bone mass during preschool and early primary grades n More difference within genders than between genders in terms of motor abilities and motor learning capabilities
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Developmental readiness n Educators must consider whether a designed movement task matches the abilities of each child n “learner, task, environment” n Teaching is about planning, considering WHO is doing WHAT under what circumstances n Developmentally appropriate activity meets each child’s abilities based on , e.g., fitness and skill level, body size, age, interests, etc.
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Accounting for “readiness”: Can my kids do this? 3 Q’s n Some motor skills are more advanced than others…can the students do basics? n
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