Wednesday, January 25, 2012
Learning Through The Physical
How physical activity innacts affective growth. Physical activity helps build children's perceptual motor learning, and cognitive learning. Physical activity also helps affective growth by promoting self concept. For example it helps make a child feel like they belong, it also gives them a sense of worthiness, uniqueness and virtue. Furthermore enhancing their perceived competence and acceptance of self. All components of positive self concept. Physical activity also promotes positive socialization, which helps with group affiliation, attitude formation, character education, and moral growth.