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The Effects of Motor Skill Interventions on Motor Skills in Children with Developmental Disabilities: A Literature Review

Asian Journal of Kinesiology 2020년 22권 4호 p.11 ~ 22
구병모,
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구병모 ( Ku Byung-Mo ) - Vanguard University of Southern California

Abstract


OBJECTIVES: Children with developmental disabilities experience motor skill deficits from childhood. Participation in motor skill intervention may be a promising way to promote their motor skills. The purpose of this study was to review the effectiveness of motor skill interventions on motor skills in children with disabilities.

METHODS: To select relevant articles about motor skill interventions for children with developmental disabilities, a search of a database with pre-determined search terms and a manual search were implemented. After screening 476 articles, 21 studies were included in the current study. The studies were systematically summarized, and theories of motor development were discussed.

RESULTS: Participation in motor skill intervention may be a way to promote motor skills in children with developmental disabilities. Dynamic system theory, Newell’s model and Stodden’s model can be used as a framework for motor skill interventions.

CONCLUSIONS: Ample evidence exist indicating motor skill interventions are effective to promote motor skills in children with developmental disabilities. The motor skill interventions should be provided to children with developmental disabilities.

키워드

Developmental Disability; Intervention; Motor Development; Motor Skills

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