Bibliografia – Infância

Infância e Movimento: da caracterização a intervenção

A ideia deste espaço é agrupar os trabalhos com a temática relacionada à criança (primeira e segunda infância), em que se caracterize essa população – aspectos de desenvolvimento e aprendizagem – e o efeito de programas de educação física/esporte no desenvolvimento infantil, ou seja, ter num único espaço a maior quantidade de referências relacionadas ao estudo da criança que auxilie profissionais que atuam no âmbito da infância e movimento. Os trabalhos estão organizados em ordem alfabética do sobrenome do primeiro autor. Ao final da referência há um link com o pdf e há indicação da temática primária do estudo, são elas:

  • #nadar: aspectos conceituais, discussão sobre a natureza da coordenação, análise da validade da bateria e valores de referência da bateria KTK (normas e percentis);
  • #Pedagogia: aspectos desenvolvimentais da coordenação motora global;
  • #Conceito: Estudo sobre aspectos históricos, psicológicos, antropológicos do conceito de infância e suas diferentes concepções. ;
  • #programa: efeito de programas de educação física e esporte sobre o desenvolvimento infantil;
    • #Target
  • #envolvimento: estudos sobre o envolvimento infantil em atividade e/ou aulas de educação física;
  • #Avaliação Motora: Discussão sobre instrumentos e métodos de avaliação motora orientados a infância. Podendo ter discussão específica sobre:
    • KTK – ver na bibliografia do KTK
  • #DMotor:
  • #DCOGNITIVO
  • #Dmoral
  • #Obesidade: Foca na questão da obesidade infantil, caso seja acompanhado de #programa, foca em programas para atacar a obesidade na infância;

 

Trabalhos

  • Freudenheim, A.M. O nadar: uma habilidade motora revisitada. 1. ed. São Paulo: EFEUSP/EFP, 1995. 92p. #nadar
  • Freudenheim, A.M.; Gama, R.I.R.B.; Carracedo, V. A. Fundamentos para a elaboração de programas de ensino do nadar para crianças. Revista Mackenzie de Educação Física e Esporte, São Paulo, v. 2, n.2, p. 61-69, 2003. Baixar PDF #nadar
  • Oliveira-Formosinho, J. (2007). Pedagogia(s) da infância: reconstruindo uma práxis de participação. In J. Oliveira-Formosinho, T. M. Kishimoto, & M. A. Pinazza (Eds.), Pedagogia(s) da infância: dialogando com o passado, construindo o futuro (pp.13-36). Porto Alegre: Artmed. #Pedagogia 
  • Heywood, C. (2004). Uma história da infância: da idade média à epoca contemporânea no Ocidente. Porto Alegre: Artmed. pág. 9 – 59 #Conceito
  • Corsaro, W. A. (2011). O estudo sociológico da infância. In: Sociologia da infância. W. A. Corsaro. Porto Alegre, Artmed: 384. pág. 11-56 #Conceito
  • Corsaro, W. A. (2011). Sociologia da infância. Porto Alegre, Artmed. #Conceito
  • Oliveira-Formosinho, J., & Araújo, S. B. (2004). O envolvimento da criança na aprendizagem: Construindo o direito de participação. Análise Psicológica, 1(XXII), 81-93. baixar #envolvimento
  • Gallahue, D., J. Ozmun and J. D. Goodway (2013). Compreendendo o desenvolvimento motor: Bebês, Crianças, Adolescentes e Adultos. Porto Alegre, RS, ARTMED #DMotor
  • Haywood, K. M. and N. Getchell (2010). Desenvolvimento motor ao longo da vida, ArtMed. #DMotor
  • Cools, W., Martelaer, K. D., Samaey, C., & Andries, C. (2009). Movement skill assessment of typically developing preschool children: a review of seven movement skill assessment tools. J Sports Sci Med, 8(2), 154-168. #Avaliação Motora
  • Valentini, N.C. A influência de uma intervenção motora no desempenho motor e na percepção de competência de crianças com atrasos motores. Revista Paulista de Educação Física, v. 16, n.1, p. 61-75, 2002. #Programa #Target
  • Valentini, N.C.; Rudisill, M.E. Mastery Climate: Children in Charge of their own Learning. Teaching Elementary Physical Education, v. 10, p. 6-10, 1999. #Programa #Target
  • Valentini, N.C.; Rudisill, M.E. Motivational Climate, Motor-Skill Development, and Perceived Competence: Two Studies of Developmentally Dalayed Kindergarten Children. Journal of Teaching in Physical Education, v. 23, p. 216-234, 2004. #Programa #Target
  • BASSO, L., CATTUZZO, M. T., OLIVEIRA, D. d. S., & FREUDENHEIM, A. M. (2015). Motivação dos alunos para as aulas de educação física: considerações e implicações para a atuação docente no ensino fundamental. In W. R. C. B. M. Rodrigues (Ed.), Educação Física no Ensino Fundamental: da inspiração à ação (pp. 93-104). Várzea Paulista: Editora Fontoura. #CMP
  • Gallahue, D.; Ozmun, J.C. Desenvolvimento e auto conceito na infância. In: Gallahue, D.; Ozmun, J.C. Compreendendo o Desenvolvimento Motor: Bebês, crianças, adolescentes e adultos. 2ª edição, 2003. Se pegar a versão de 2013 não haverá este capítulo. #CMP
  • Perez, L. M. R.; Sanz, J. L. G. New measure of perceived motor competence for children ages 4 to 6 years. Perceptual and Motor Skills, v. 101, n. 1, p. 131-148, Aug 2005 #CMP
  • Vieira, F. e Lino, D. As contribuições da teoria de Piaget para a pedagogia da infância. In:Oliveira-Formosinho, J.; Kishimoto, T. M.; Pinazza, M. A. (Orgs.). Pedagogias(s) da infância: dialogando com o passado: construindo o futuro. Porto Alegre: Artmed, 2007. p. 197 – 217. #DCOGNITIVO – Simbolismo
  • LA TAILLE, Y. Moral e ética, dimensões intelectuais e afetivas. 2. ed. Porto Alegre: Artmed, 2006, p. 1-105. #Dmoral
  • Lubans, D. R., Morgan, P. J., Cliff, D. P., Barnett, L. M., & Okely, A. D. (2010). Fundamental movement skills in children and adolescents review of associated health benefits. Sports Medicine, 40(12), 1019-1035. #programa #DM
  • Datar, A., & Sturm, R. (2004). Physical education in elementary school and body mass index: Evidence from the early childhood longitudinal study. Am J Public Health, 94(9), 1501-1506. doi:Doi 10.2105/Ajph.94.9.1501 #obesidade #programa

    Harris, K. C., Kuramoto, L. K., Schulzer, M., & Retallack, J. E. (2009). Effect of school-based physical activity interventions on body mass index in children: a meta-analysis. Canadian Medical Association Journal, 180(7), 719-726. doi:Doi 10.1503/Cmaj.080966 #obesidade #programa

    Laframboise, M. A., & Degraauw, C. (2011). The effects of aerobic physical activity on adiposity in school-aged children and youth: a systematic review of randomized controlled trials. J Can Chiropr Assoc, 55(4), 256-268. #obesidade #programa

    Lambourne, K., & Donnelly, J. E. (2011). The role of physical activity in pediatric obesity. Pediatr Clin North Am, 58(6), 1481-1491, xi-xii. doi:10.1016/j.pcl.2011.09.004 #obesidade #programa

    Lubans, D. R., Morgan, P. J., Cliff, D. P., Barnett, L. M., & Okely, A. D. (2010). Fundamental movement skills in children and adolescents: review of associated health benefits. Sports Medicine, 40(12), 1019-1035. Retrieved from <Go to ISI>://000285176200002 #obesidade #programa

    Magnusson, K. T., Hrafnkelsson, H., Sigurgeirsson, I., Johannsson, E., & Sveinsson, T. (2012). Limited effects of a 2-year school-based physical activity intervention on body composition and cardiorespiratory fitness in 7-year-old children. Health Educ Res, 27(3), 484-494. doi:10.1093/her/cys049 #obesidade #programa

    Olive, L. S., Byrne, D. G., Cunningham, R. B., & Telford, R. D. (2012). Effects of physical activity, fitness and fatness on children’s body image: The Australian LOOK longitudinal study. Mental Health and Physical Activity, 5(2), 116-124. doi:10.1016/j.mhpa.2012.08.004 #obesidade #programa

    Raitakari, O. T., Porkka, K. V., Taimela, S., Telama, R., Rasanen, L., & Viikari, J. S. (1994). Effects of persistent physical activity and inactivity on coronary risk factors in children and young adults. The Cardiovascular Risk in Young Finns Study. Am J Epidemiol, 140(3), 195-205. #obesidade #programa

    Ridgers, N. D., Stratton, G., Fairclough, S. J., & Twisk, J. W. (2007). Long-term effects of a playground markings and physical structures on children’s recess physical activity levels. Preventive Medicine, 44(5), 393-397. doi:10.1016/j.ypmed.2007.01.009 #obesidade #programa

    Sallis, J. F., McKenzie, T. L., Alcaraz, J. E., Kolody, B., Hovell, M. F., & Nader, P. R. (1993). Project SPARK. Effects of physical education on adiposity in children. Ann N Y Acad Sci, 699, 127-136. #obesidade #programa

    Shephard, R. J., & Lavallee, H. (1996). Effects of enhanced physical education on lung volumes of primary school children. J Sports Med Phys Fitness, 36(3), 186-194. #obesidade #programa

    SILVA, C. C., GOLDBERG, T. B. L., TEIXEIRA, A. S., & MARQUES, I. (2004). O exercício físico potencializa ou compromete o crescimento longitudinal de crianças e adolescentes? Mito ou verdade? Revista Brasileira de Medicina do Esporte (Impresso), 10(6), 525-528. #obesidade 

 

 

 

Programas

Andress, B. (1991). From research to practice: Preschool children and their movement responses to music. Young Children, 47(1), 22-27.

Avery, M. (1994). Preschool physical education: A practical approach. Journal of Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance, 65(6), 37-39.

Barrett, Kate R. (1992). What does it mean to have a developmentally appropriate physical education program? Physical Educator, 49(3) 114-118.

Bate, E. C. (1996). Build games progressively. Strategies, 9(6), 10-13.

Block, M. E., & Davis, T. D. (1996). An activity-based approach to physical education for preschool children with disabilities. Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly, 13(3), 230-246.

Booth, B. F., & Larock, R. (1986). Movement autonomy and the human environment. Three to six year old children. Physical Education Review, 8, 82-85.

Brown, B., & Prideaux, R. (1998). Children with movement learning difficulties. A collaborative initiative with 4-5 year-old mainstreamed children and their parents. British Journal of Physical Education, 19, 186-189.

Brown, J., Shrill, C., & Gench, B. (1981). Effects of an integrated physical education/music program in changing early childhood perceptual-motor performance. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 53, 151-154.

Campbell, L. (1997). Perceptual-motor programs, movement and young children’s needs: Some challenges for teachers. Australian Journal of Early Childhood, 22(1), 37-42.

Center for Disease Control and Prevention. (1997). Guidelines for school and community programs to promote lifelong physical activity among young people. Journal of School Health, 67(6), 202-219.

Conkell, C. S., & Pearson, H. (1995). Do you use developmentally appropriate games? Strategies, 9(1), 22-25.

Gabbard, C. (1995). P. E. for preschoolers: The right way. Principal, 74(5), 21-22, 24.

Graham, G. (Editor). (1992). Developmentally appropriate physical education for children. Journal of Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, 63(6), 29-60.

Bredekamp, S. (1992). What is developmentally appropriate. and why is it important? Journal of Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, 63(6), 31-32.

Grineski, S. (1992). What is truly a developmentally appropriate physical education program for children? Journal of Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, 63(6), 33-35, 60.

Petersen, S. C. (1992). The sequence of instruction in games: Implications for developmental appropriateness. Journal of Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, 63(6), 36- 39.

Werner, P., Sweeting, T., Woods, A., & Jones, L. (1992). Developmentally appropriate dance for children. Journal of Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, 63(6), 40-43,53.

Rikard, G. L. (1992). Developmentally appropriate gymnastics for children. Journal of Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, 63(6), 44-46.

Allsbrook, L. (1992). Fitness should fit children. Journal of Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, 63(6), 47-49.

Weiller, K. H. (1992). The social-emotional component of physical education for children. Journal of Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, 63(6), 50-53.

Schwager, S. (1992). Relay races–Are they appropriate for elementary physical education? Journal of Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, 63(6), 54-56.

Williams, N. F. (1992). The physical education hall of shame. Journal of Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, 63(6), 57-60.

Helion, J. G., & Fry, F. (1995). Modifying activities for developmental appropriateness. Journal of Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance, 66(7), 57-59.

Helm, Harris, J., & Boos, S. (1996). Increasing the physical educator’s impact: Consulting, collaborating, and teacher training in early childhood programs. Journal of Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance, 67(3), 26-32.

Holt/Hale, S. A. (1992). There is a school in Tennessee…A success story of developmentally appropriate PE. Teaching Elementary Physical Education, September, 8-9.

Johnson, M. (1997). Can marching be developmentally appropriate? Teaching Elementary Physical Education, 8(6), 25-26.

Kelman, A. (1990). Choices for children. Young Children, 45(3), 42-45.

Mielke, D. (1991). Physical education in the preschool: A new professional commitment. Indiana Journal for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, 20, 27-29.

Mitchell, S. A., Griffin, L. L., & Olsin, J. L. (1994). Tactical awareness as a developmentally appropriate focus for the teaching of games in elementary and secondary physical education.Physical Educator, 51(1), 21-28.

Morford, L. (Editor). (1997). Developmentally appropriate physical education. Teaching Elementary Physical Education, 8(2), 3-11, 25-31.

Werner, P. (1997). The national standards and common sense: Using them together to determine what is developmentally appropriate. Teaching Elementary Physical Education, 8(2), 6- 8.

Chadwick, V. (1997). Making sense out of standards. Teaching Elementary Physical Education, 8(2), 10-11, 31.

Avery, M. (1997). Origins of developmentally appropriate. Teaching Elementary Physical Education, 8(2), 25.

Stillwell, J. (1997). Developmentally appropriate curriculum development. Teaching Elementary Physical Education, 8(2), 26.

Myhre, S. 1991. Caregivers corner. With prop boxes we’re always ready for creative movement. Young Children, 46(2), 29.

Olds, A. R., Kranowitz, C. S., Porter, R., & Carter, M. (1994). Building in opportunities for gross motor development. Child Care Information Exchange (96), 31-50.

Pica, R. (1997). Beyond physical development: Why young children need to move. Young Children, 52(6), 4-11.

Poest, C. A., Williams, J. R., Witt, D. D., & Atwood, M. E. (1990). Challenge me to move: Large muscle development in young children. Young Children, 45(5), 4-10.

Rodger, L. (1996). Adding movement throughout the day. Young Children, 51(3), 4-6

Sanders, S., & Yongue, B. (1998). Challenging movement experiences for young children. Dimensions of Early Childhood, 26(1), 9-18.

Sanders, S. (1994). Preschool physical education: Challenges for the profession. Journal of Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, 65(6), 25-56.

Ignico, A. (1994). Early childhood physical education: Providing the foundation. Journal of Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, 65(6), 28-30.

Sawyers, J. K. (1994). The preschool playground: Developing skills through outdoor play. Journal of Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, 65(6), 31-33.

Satchwell, L. (1994). Preschool physical education class structure. Journal of Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, 65(6), 34-36.

Avery, M. (1994). Preschool physical education: A practical approach. Journal of Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, 65(6), 37-39.

Werner, P. (1994). Whole physical education. Journal of Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, 65(6), 40-44.

Block, M. E. (1994). Including preschool children with disabilities. Journal of Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, 65(6), 45-49.

Carson, L. M. Preschool physical education: Expanding the role of teacher preparation. Journal of Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, 65(6), 50-52.

Cleland, F. (1994). Preschool annotated bibliography. Journal of Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, 65(6), 53-56.

Sanders, S. (1994). Using student go-home journals for assessment. Teaching Elementary Physical Education, 5(3), 8-9.

Sanders, S. (1993). Developing appropriate movement practices for 3- to 5- year olds. Teaching Elementary Physical Education, 4(5), 1,7,11,16.

Sherrill, C., & Gench, B. (1981). Effects of an integrated physical education/music program in changing early childhood perceptual-motor performance. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 53, 151-154.

Spinew, K. J., Norman, K. A., & Baldwin, C. K. (1997). Early adolescents and their leisure time: Implications for leisure service agencies. Journal of Park and Recreation Administration, 15(2), 61-83.

Stork, S., & Sanders, S. (1996). Developmentally appropriate physical education: A rating scale. Journal of Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance, 67(6), 52-58.

Sutcliffe, M., Billett, & Duncan, J. (1987). Learning to move and moving to learn. British Journal of Physical Education, 18(1), 157-159.

Thompson, D. S. (1993). The promotion of gross and fine motor development for infants and toddlers: Developmentally appropriate activities for parents and teachers. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 361 104).

Torbert, M. (1993). Developmentally appropriate- developmentally relevant. Journal of Physical Education Recreation and Dance, 64(7), 5.

Werner, P., Timms, S., & Almond, L. (1996). Health stops: Practical ideas for health-related exercise in preschool and primary classrooms. Young Children, 51(6), 48-55.

Wessel, Janet A., & Holland, Bernard V. (1992). The Right Stuff: Developmentally Appropriate Physical Education for Early Childhood. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 348 784).

Wikgren, S. (1991). Developmentally appropriate PE: A move toward consistent quality. Teaching Elementary Physical Education, 2(4), 1,4.

Williams, N. F. (1996). Inappropriate teaching practices: The physical education hall of shame part 3. Journal of Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance, 67(8), 45-48.

Wood, R. (1985). Factors influencing adolescent motivation: Implications for physical education and sport. Physical Educator, 43(3), 109-114.

Yongue, B., & Kelly, K. (1997) Developmentally appropriate use of equipment. Teaching Elementary Physical Education, 8(5), 13.

CAPÍTULOS DE LIVROS

Altman, R. (1992). Movement in early childhood. In A. Mitchell & J. David (Eds.), Explorations with young children (pp. 29-240). Beltsville, MD: Gryphon House.

Buschner, A. (1990). Developmentally appropriate movement activities for young children. In W.S. Stinson (Ed.), Moving and learning for the young child (pp. 117-125). Reston, VA: American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance.

Gallahue, D. A. (1995). Transforming physical education curriculum. In S. Bredekamp & T. Rosegrant (Eds.), Reaching potentials: Transforming early childhood curriculum and assessment volume 2 (pp. 125-144). Washington DC: NAEYC.

Ignico, A. (1996). Early childhood physical education: Providing the foundation. In Annual Editions: Early Childhood Education(17th ed., pp. 205-207). Guilford, CT: Dushkin Publishing Group/Brown and Benchmark Publishers.

Payne, G., & J. E. Rink. (1997). Physical education in the developmentally appropriate integrated curriculum. In C.H. Hart, D.C. Burts, & R. Charlesworth (Eds.), Integrated curriculum and developmentally appropriate practice: Birth through age eight (pp. 145-170). Albany, NY: SUNY Press.

Rogers, C. S. (1990). The importance of play. In W.S. Stinson (Ed.), Moving and learning for the young child (pp. 43-50). Reston, VA: American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance.

LIVROS

Block, M. (1994). A teacher. s guide to including students with disabilities in regular physical education. Baltimore, MD: Brookes.

Barlin, A. L. (1979). Teaching your wings to fly: The nonspecialists guide to movement activities for young children. Santa Monica, CA: Goodyear Publishing Co.

Chenfeld, M. B. (1993). Teaching in the key of life. Washington, DC: NAEYC.

Clements, R. L., & Schiemer, S. (1993). Let’s move, let’s play! Portland, OR: KinderCare Learning Centers, Inc.

Cone, T. P., Werner, P., Cone, S., & Woods, M. M. (1998). Interdisciplinary teaching through physical education. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics.

Flinchum, B. M. (1975). Motor development in early childhood: A guide for movement education with ages 2 to 6. St Louis, MO: The C.V. Mosby Company.

Gallahue, D. A. (1996). Developmental physical education for today’s children (3rd ed.). Madison, WI: Brown and Benchmark.

Gerhardt, L. A. (1973). Moving and knowing: The young child orients himself in space. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall.

Gilliom, B. C. (1970). Basic movement education for children: Rationale and teaching units. Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley.

Graham, G., Holt/Hale, S. A., & Parker, M. (1998). Children moving: A reflective approach to teaching physical education. Mountain View, CA: Mayfield.

Grant, J. M. (1995). Shake, rattle, and learn: Classroom-tested ideas that use movement for active learning. York, ME: Stenhouse.

Hammett, C. T. (1992). Movement activities for early childhood. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics.

National Association for Sport and Physical Education. (1995). Moving into the future: National standards for physical education. St. Louis, MO: Mosby.

Pica, R. (1999). Moving and learning across the curriculum: 315 activities and games to make learning fun. New York: Delmar.

Pica, R. (1998). Experiences in movement with music, activities, and theory. New York: Delmar.

Pica, R. (1990). Preschoolers moving & learning. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics.

Pugmire-Stoy, M. C. (1991). Spontaneous play in early childhood. Albany, NY: Delmar.

Sanders, S. W. (1992). Designing preschool movement programs. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics.

Stinson, W. J. (Ed.). (1990). Moving and learning for the young child. Reston, VA: American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance.

Stinson, W. J., Mehrof, H. H., & Thies, S. (1993). Quality daily thematic lesson plans for classroom teachers: Movement activities for pre-k and kindergarten . Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt.

Torbert, M., & Schneider, L. B. (1993). Follow me too. Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley.

Virgilio, S. J. (1997). Fitness education for children: A team approach. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics.

Wortham, S., & Frost, J. (Eds.). (1990). Playgrounds for young children: National survey and perspectives. Reston, VA: American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance.

POSICIONAMENTO DE INSTITUIÇÕES

National Association for Sport and Physical Education (NASPE). (2002). Active Start – A Statement of Physical Activity Guidelines for Children Birth to Five Years (2002). Reston, VA: American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation & Dance.

Council on Physical Education for Children (COPEC). (1992). Developmentally appropriate physical education practices for children: A position statement of the Council on Physical Education for Children. Reston, VA: National Association for Sport and Physical Education.

Council on Physical Education for Children (COPEC). (1994). Developmentally appropriate practice in movement programs for young children ages 3-5: A position statement of the Council on Physical Education for Children. Reston, VA: National Association for Sport and Physical Education.

National Association for Sport and Physical Education (NASPE). (1995). Looking at physical education from a developmental perspective: A guide for teaching. A position statement of the National Association for Sport and Physical Education. developed by the Motor Development Task Force. Reston, VA: American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation & Dance.

National Association for Sport and Physical Education (NASPE). (1998). Physical activity for children: A statement of guidelines. A position statement of the National Association for Sport and Physical Education developed by the Council on Physical Education for Children. Reston, VA: American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation & Dance.

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (USDHHS). (1996). Physical activity and health: A report of the Surgeon General. Atlanta, GA: USDHHS, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion.

 

 

 

 

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