The aim of this work is to draw out the connections among many scientific paradigms of physical activities and sports. The body which receives organizes and produces the action which represents the primary manifestation of subjectivity and the source of the construction of the reality, interaction known as essential tool of every evolutionary, cognitive and affective process. These are three features that can be considered interconnected and represent the substratum to the different areas of intervention. An educational dimension of motor activities requires an epistemological reconsideration both of the body and of the movement. A deep elaboration about possible connections with many areas of human knowledge, which could define a theoretical "corpus" that integrates and links the contributions of several sciences emphasizing the unexpressed powerful of motor activities. Methods: the literature was reviewed through the theoretical-argumentative method to show the effectiveness and applicability of the different scientific paradigms to the teaching of motor activities. Results: through the scientific research was found that between the self and the world, there is a strong connection and therefore the relationship among intentionality, inter-subjectivity, body, consciousness, have been studied deeply and through an interdisciplinary comparison among several sciences. It follows, therefore, the request of a new methodological approach of motor activities that found its sources of inspiration in the didactical principles suggested by the research and by the theoretical framework. Conclusion: the movement, as an expression of the synthesis among corporeity, affectivity and witness. It is a very complex phenomenon which requires a dynamic vision and multidimensional too. The relationships which link the corporeity to the development of individual and social identity and the corporeity to the motor learning underline a new perspective of motor activity, which cannot be reduced exclusively to a simple result of biological processes, but they must be considered an expression of witness, affectivity and self-consciousness.
|Titolo:||Epistemology of motor activities in educational field|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2012|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||04.01 Contributo in atti di convegno|
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