The 2007 Italian National Guidelines for the curriculum of primary school require the achievement of motor skills related to visual motor coordination as one of the goals for skill development at the end of primary school, measurable through a different use of evaluation tools. Among the several motor assessment tests recognised by the international scientific community, the VMI Developmental Test of Visual-Motor Integration (Beery & Buktenica, 2000) represents a valid instrument of assessing the visual-motor coordination skills and their constitutive elements. The aim of the research was a comparative analysis of City of Salerno’s primary schools about eye-hand coordination assessment. This research has highlighted the importance of a use of motor evaluation assessment in the primary school that is required to bring out potentialities and plurality of limits of each pupil, which are essential for effective customized teaching planning of educational activities.
|Titolo:||The Eye-Hand Assessment in Pupils Attending the Second Year of the Primary Schools in the Province of Salerno|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2011|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||01.01 Articolo in Rivista|