Las Inteligencias Múltiples en Educación Física y juegos extraescolares

Resumen

El presente trabajo de revisión sistemática analiza las relaciones entre la participación deportiva y juegos extraescolares y las Inteligencias Múltiples (IM) de Howard Gardner en niños en edad escolar. Tras la elección de una palabra clave, selección de bases de datos para la búsqueda de información y el cribado y análisis de la documentación seleccionada, se pudo concluir que la participación en los deportes escolares contribuye al desarrollo de diferentes tipos de inteligencia específicos. Las mujeres entre 18 y 25 años se ven mayoritariamente desarrollada la inteligencia lingüística, y la visual. Y en hombres entre 18 y 25 inteligencia lógica, la inteligencia corporal-kinestésica e inteligencia interpersonal-social. En el caso de la inteligencia corporal- kinestésica, ambos grupos se ven favorecidos en su desarrollo, sobre todo en edades más jóvenes, menores de 18 años.

Palabras clave: Inteligencias Múltiples, Educación Física, Aprendizaje

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Publicado
2021-01-08
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Jiménez Vaquerizo, E. (2021). Las Inteligencias Múltiples en Educación Física y juegos extraescolares. Lecturas: Educación Física Y Deportes, 25(272), 96-105. https://doi.org/10.46642/efd.v25i272.953
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