Physical Education in the Early Childhood: A Perspective of Investigation in Education from the Neuroscience
Marlucio De Souza Martins, Sandra Posada-Bernal, Paula Andrea Lucio-Tavera
In this study the main purpose has been to evidence the importance of Physical Education in Early Childhood Learning as a source of research in education from the perspective of neuroscience. Students, when initiating the process of education and learning, are in a constant training and building of knowledge. In this way, Physical Education contributes to the process of research in education: as evidence of social and ethical personal development, and addressing the holistic education of children in physical, cognitive, emotional and social aspects. With this approach, Physical Education is related directly to the perspective of neuroscience, by means of recreational activities and actions of daily movements that are based on the basic concepts necessary for living.