Didactic material for preparation observation and estimation content on subject recreational activities in nature
Providing alternative answers to the problem of learning quality is a fundamental concern for educators engaged in the task of promoting personal growth in the teaching-learning process. The research presented refers to the inadequacies in the theoretical-practical preparation in the content of the observation and estimation in the subject Recreational Activities in Nature in fourth-year students of the Physical Culture career. In this sense, the objective was to elaborate a didactic material (Brochure) that provides the development of theoretical and practical preparation in the content of observation and estimation. The methodology that was used as a theoretical method was the analysis-synthesis, inductive - deductive, review of documents and as an empirical method the observation and criteria of specialists; As techniques, the interview, survey, and the statistical-mathematical procedure were used as a percentage calculation, which allowed us to know the theoretical and practical inconsistencies that led to the need to treat the problem under investigation.
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