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- Kurzbeschreibung<p>The purpose of this book was twofold: (a) to <br>associate age-related performance deficits in <br>younger children with the use of recall strategies, <br>and (b) to determine whether children who performed <br>poorly in the motor skill would benefit from <br>learning to apply a recall strategy. Two experiments <br>were conducted. In Experiment 1, younger children (5-<br>7 years) and older children (8-10 years) were asked <br>to recall selected pedaling cadences. Strategy was <br>assessed by questioning the children immediately <br>following the recall. In this experiment the <br>majority of the older children used strategies, <br>while the younger children did not. Children who <br>used strategies performed with less error than the <br>children who did not. In Experiment 2 then, children <br>with high errors in Experiment 1 were assigned to an <br>experimental or a control group. The children in the <br>experimental group were taught to use a specific <br>strategy to assist their recall. The results showed <br>that children who received the instruction in <br>strategy use improved their performance. Thus across <br>this age range, poor performance was modifiable by <br>explicit instruction.</p>
- AutorMiguel O. Pérez Pulido,Olmedo Gonzalez Herrera
- Seiten92 Seiten
- Gewicht153 g
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