Desenvolvimento esportivo de alto rendimento e o modelo “constraints-led approach” de aprendizagem motora

uma revisão exemplificada pelo estudo de caso do futebol brasileiro

  • Luiz Uehara University of Otago, School of Physical Education, Sport and Exercise Sciences http://orcid.org/0000-0002-0410-470X
  • Chris Button University of Otago, School of Physical Education, Sport and Exercise Sciences
  • Keith Davids Sheffield Hallam University, Centre for Sports Engineering Research
Palavras-chave: Esporte, Alto Rendimento, Constraints-Led Approach, Percepção Motora

Resumo

Objetivo: Este artigo de revisão delineia conceitos teóricos importantes para estudos de aquisição motora esportiva de alto nível. Em particular, os princípios da psicologia ecológica e da teoria dos sistemas dinâmicos se uniram para formar a dinâmica ecológica, um modelo que fornece a plataforma perfeita para estudar o papel dos fatores socioculturais nos quais tem uma função importante no deselvolvimento de aprendizagem motora esportiva.  Metodologia: Os dados de informações coletadas para este artigo foi extraído principalmente de artigos científico revisados e livros acadêmicos. Este artigo de revisão utilizou o futebol brasileiro como estudo de caso. Resultados e discussão: O desenvolvimento esportivo de alto nível ocorre ao longo de muitos anos e inclui inúmeras vias formais e informais que os atletas usam para se destacarem. Por isso, a abordagem do modelo “constrainsts-led approach” foi promovida como uma estrutura para entender como as pessoas adquirem padrões de percepção motora para atividades esportivas e físicas, inclusive as de alto nível. Conclusão: Essa abordagem sugere que o papel do treinador ou professor é manipular fatores fundamentais no aluno/atleta, a fim de facilitar a descoberta do comportamento do movimento funcional

Biografia do Autor

Luiz Uehara, University of Otago, School of Physical Education, Sport and Exercise Sciences

School of Physical Education, Sport and Exercise Sciences

Chris Button, University of Otago, School of Physical Education, Sport and Exercise Sciences

School of Physical Education, Sport and Exercise Sciences

Keith Davids, Sheffield Hallam University, Centre for Sports Engineering Research

Centre for Sports Engineering Research

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2019-03-15
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Uehara, L., Button, C., & Davids, K. (2019). Desenvolvimento esportivo de alto rendimento e o modelo “constraints-led approach” de aprendizagem motora. Conexões: Educação Física, Esporte E Saúde, 17, e019001. https://doi.org/10.20396/conex.v17i0.8649755
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