Physical-cognitive-emotional pedagogical integration approach for attention to diversity from initial training in physical culture

  • Idalia Clejel Toirac Universidad de Oriente, Facultad de Cultura Física Santiago de Cuba, Cuba
Keywords: educational practice, pedagogical integration, physical culture, physical-cognitive, physical-cognitive-emotional


The research is based on an approach of physical-cognitive-emotional pedagogical integration for the attention to diversity in initial training gives an account of how to structure this process based on equality between the physical-cognitive - Emotional and attention to diversity as aspects that typify the dynamics of pedagogy in the act of preparing for the improvement of educational practice.


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Toirac, I. C. (2020). Physical-cognitive-emotional pedagogical integration approach for attention to diversity from initial training in physical culture. International Journal of Physics & Mathematics, 3(1), 13-17.