Voces desde los juegos modificados: ¿de qué nos advierten los jugadores cuando aprenden con el modelo Teaching Games for Understanding?

Roberto SÁNCHEZ GÓMEZ

Resumen


Este artículo revisa el pensamiento y las reacciones del alumnado de educación
física y deportistas jóvenes cuando aprenden o entrenan con el modelo Teaching
Games for Understanding (TGfU). Con esta revisión, se pretende comprender la
perspectiva que tienen los jugadores sobre este enfoque de enseñanza en diferentes
ámbitos del aprendizaje. Estas aportaciones sirven para respaldar la consideración
de los jugadores como agentes en la mejora del modelo TGfU y contribuyen a
transformarlo en un modelo de enseñanza centrado realmente en quien aprende.

Palabras clave


Enseñanza para la comprensión de los juegos deportivos; educación física; enseñanza deportiva

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