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Perfiles educativos

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GONZALEZ VILLORA, Sixto; GIL MADRONA, Pedro; CONTRERAS JORDAN, Onofre R.  y  PASTOR VICEDO, Juan C.. A proposal of permanent training for the physical education teachers about invasive sports. Perfiles educativos [online]. 2008, vol.30, n.121, pp.97-124. ISSN 0185-2698.

The technical model of teaching sports has remained obsolete. The lack of a global action of a process excessively focused on the technique and that leaves out the characteristics, knowledge and interests of the youth, has produced a progressive abandonment of the sport practice. This tendency has created a debate about the total implementation of the model. As a result, several models have appeared trying to resolve these matters. The theory of these alternative approaches of sport beginning is well developed nowadays. But we consider that there is an important lack of games for the global development of the children in their sport learning process in comparison to the traditional model in which everything was perfectly structured. This article explains the experience in a seminar of action research of a group of Primary, High and University of Castilla-La Mancha teachers, in this seminar we designed and put into practice different modified games in order to improve the teaching-learning process of invasion games.

Palabras llave : Teacher training; Action-research; Teaching games for understanding; Modification of games; Invasion games; Spain.

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