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Week 3 - PEDS 293

Laban's Movement Analysis + Motor Development

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What are the aspects of PSYCHOMOTOR development? Qualitative, sequential, cumulative, directional, multifactorial, and individual or variable.
What does the QUALITATIVE aspect refer to? It refers to how a child PERFORMS a skill.
What does the SEQUENTIAL aspect refer to? It asks whether a skill PROGRESSES from SIMPLE TO MORE COMPLEX x actions in a PREDETERMINED sequence.
What does the CUMULATIVE aspect refer to? It asks if skills BUILD UPON SKILL.
What does the MULTIFACTORIAL aspect refer to? It asks if factors that may INFLUENCE the performance of a skill is considered.
What does INDIVIDUAL OR VARIABLE mean? It asks if DIFFERENCES IN ABILITY are taken into account.
What is COGNITIVE development? It refers to the KNOWLEDGE, THINKING, REASONING, AND ACTING during the development of a skill. Know that children are MULTI-SENSORY learners.
What is AFFECTIVE development? It refers to SELF-CONCEPT development and POSITIVE SOCIALIZATION in a child.
What is the SENSITIVE LEARNING PERIOD? It refers to the window of opportunity where skills are easier to learn, especially during the ages of 3-8.
What is LABAN'S MOVEMENT ANALYSIS? It is an approach that teaches movement - providing experiences in all the basic movements that can be built upon to form all types of activity.
What is the BODY aspect of Laban's Movement Analysis? It refers to the WHAT the body is doing and the FUNDAMENTAL MOVEMENT that is needed to complete a task or skill. These include body SHAPES (pin, ball, screw), ACTIONS (locomotor, stability, manipulative) and BALANCE.
What is the SPACE aspect of Laban's Movement Analysis? It refers to WHERE the body is going. It involves PERSONAL space and GENERAL SPACE, DIRECTIONS, LEVELS, PATHWAYS, EXTENSIONS, AND PLANES.
What is the EFFORT aspect of Laban's Movement Analysis? It refers to HOW the body is moving, as influenced by TIME, WEIGHT/FORCE, SPACE, and FLOW.
What is the RELATIONSHIP aspect of Laban's Movement Analysis? It refers to WHO/WHAT the body is interacting with. This includes the environment and/or people.
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