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Vol. 42. Issue 153.
Pages 47-54 (January 2007)
Moverse con dificultad en el gimnasio: consideraciones en torno a un problema educativo y de salud
Clumsiness in the gym: considerations about a health and educational problem
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Luis Miguel Ruiz Péreza, Esmeralda Mata Gómez de Ávilaa, Fernando Jiménez Díaza, Juan Antonio Moreno Murciab
a Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha. Toledo. España.
b Universidad de Murcia. Murcia. España.
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Los problemas evolutivos de coordinación motriz en las edades escolares siguen siendo una dificultad oculta en el contexto español. Su impacto en las dimensiones física, social y emocional de los escolares ha sido destacado por los investigadores, y la necesidad de tomar conciencia de su presencia y de su efecto se hace muy necesaria. En este artículo se analiza en qué consiste esta dificultad, sus posibles causas y sus efectos, para destacar la necesidad de una intervención temprana para remediar sus consecuencias, y en especial en la condición física de los escolares que la padecen, dada su tendencia hacia el sedentarismo y un estilo de vida poco activo. En definitiva, se destaca que los problemas evolutivos de coordinación motriz no son estrictamente un problema educativo, sino que se han convertido en un problema de salud que implica a todos en su solución.
Palabras clave:
Competencia motriz
Problemas evolutivos de coordinación motriz
Escolares
Actividad física y deporte
Developmental coordination disorder in schoolchildren is a hidden problem in Spain. The impact of this condition on the emotional, social and physical dimensions of children's development has been demonstrated and awareness of its effects and prevalence should be increased. In this article we analyze the characteristics of this disorder, its possible causes, and its effects, with the aim of demonstrating the need for early intervention to remedy its consequences, and specifically children's physical fitness, since children with these difficulties tend to be sedentary and abstain from physical activity. In conclusion, we emphasize that developmental coordination disorder is not exclusively an educational problem, but is also a health problem, and that all adults involved in the child's education should be involved in its solution.
Keywords:
Motor competence
Developmental coordination problems
Schoolchildren
Physical activity and sport

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