Metodologia das aulas conjuntas de educação física e recreação do programa "Mamãe + Bebê"

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DOI:

https://doi.org/10.22633/rpge.v25i3.16091

Palavras-chave:

Programa "Mamãe Bebê", Mulheres de 20 a 35 anos, Crianças pequenas, Habilidades motoras, Adaptação social, Educação

Resumo

A relevância deste trabalho pode ser considerada em dois aspectos: do ponto de vista da educação física da primeira infância e da educação física da mulher afastada para cuidar de um filho menor de 3 anos. O artigo apresenta os resultados do estudo sobre a organização de aulas de fitness no âmbito do programa “Mamãe + Bebé”. O objetivo do artigo é fornecer uma justificativa científica para a eficácia da realização de aulas conjuntas de educação física e recreação no âmbito do programa “Mamãe + Bebê”. Os principais métodos do estudo foram a análise e síntese das fontes de informação, levantamento, observação, teste e o método de avaliação por especialistas. Foi testada a eficácia do impacto da metodologia desenvolvida no aumento da competência das mulheres no desenvolvimento físico de crianças pequenas e na formação de suas habilidades motoras.

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Biografia do Autor

Sergey Alekseevich Yarushin, Chelyabinsk State University (CSU), Chelyabinsk – Russia

Associate Professor, Head of the Department of Physical Education and Sports. PhD Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences.

Valentin Dmitrievich Ivanov, Chelyabinsk State University (CSU), Chelyabinsk – Russia

Associate Professor, Department of Physical Education and Sports. PhD Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences.

Tatyana Nikolaevna Vlasenko, Branch of the Far Eastern Federal University in Ussuriysk (FEFU), Ussuriysk – Russia

Associate Professor, Department of Theory, Methodology and Practice of Physical Culture and Sports. PhD Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences.

Viktor Ivanovich Goncharov, Branch of the Far Eastern Federal University in Ussuriysk (FEFU), Ussuriysk – Russia

Associate Professor, Head of the Department of Theory, Methodology and Practice of Physical Culture and Sports. PhD Doctor of Psychological Sciences.

Tatyana Anatolevna Banku, Branch of the Far Eastern Federal University in Ussuriysk (FEFU), Ussuriysk – Russia

Associate Professor, Department of Theory, Methodology and Practice of Physical Culture and Sports. PhD Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences.

Evgeniya Aleksandrovna Gerasimchuk, Primorsky State Agricultural Academy (RUSVUZ), Ussuriysk – Russia

Teacher of Physical Culture and Sports, Department of Natural Science and Socio-economic Disciplines.

Olga Sergeevna Krutskih, Branch of the Far Eastern Federal University in Ussuriysk (FEFU), Ussuriysk – Russia

Senior Lecturer, Department of Theory, Methodology and Practice of Physical Culture and Sports.

Tatyana Valerievna Pinchuk, Primorsky State Agricultural Academy (RUSVUZ), Ussuriysk – Russia

Senior Lecturer, Inter-Institute Department of Natural Science and Socio-Economic Disciplines.

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Publicado

08/12/2021

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YARUSHIN, S. A.; IVANOV, V. D.; VLASENKO, T. N.; GONCHAROV, V. I.; BANKU, T. A.; GERASIMCHUK, E. A.; KRUTSKIH, O. S.; PINCHUK, T. V. Metodologia das aulas conjuntas de educação física e recreação do programa "Mamãe + Bebê". Revista on line de Política e Gestão Educacional, Araraquara, v. 25, n. 3, p. 2519–2534, 2021. DOI: 10.22633/rpge.v25i3.16091. Disponível em: https://periodicos.fclar.unesp.br/rpge/article/view/16091. Acesso em: 24 maio. 2022.