Efecto del programa “Un paso activo” en los hábitos de movimiento de estudiantes de primaria

  • Carlos Álvarez Bogantes Universidad Nacional
Palabras clave: Intervención; cambio conducta; actitud; actividad física

Resumen

El propósito de este artículo es evaluar el efecto de la propuesta Un paso activo en los hábitos de movimiento de estudiantes. Sujetos: 69 estudiantes de tercer grado de una escuela urbana pública del cantón central de San José, de los cuales 34 pertenecieron al grupo experimental (16 niños y 18 niñas) y 35 al grupo control (15 niños y 16 niñas), con edades promedio de 9.2 años, tomaron parte en el estudio. La intervención utilizó el acercamiento socio-constructivista de las lecciones de educación dado por el MEP en la organización de las lecciones de Educación Física. Diseño del estudio: Cuasiexperimental a través de 4 meses. Resultados: Los niños y niñas en el grupo experimental tuvieron un incremento significativo en el conocimiento, y en el tiempo reportado en actividad física a través del reporte dirigido (<.05). Se presentó un efecto positivo en el cambio de actitud hacia la actividad física de las mujeres del grupo experimental. Conclusiones: La estrategia pedagógica dada por el MEP, mejoró el tiempo dedicado a la actividad física y el estado de cambio de los participantes en el grupo experimental, especialmente en las niñas.  

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2018-07-09
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Álvarez Bogantes, C. (2018). Efecto del programa “Un paso activo” en los hábitos de movimiento de estudiantes de primaria. Revista Ensayos Pedagógicos, 13(1). https://doi.org/10.15359/rep.13-1.3
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