Instrumento más utilizado por la literatura científica en la valoración de la motricidad gruesa en niños de 6 a 11 años
Orduz, P., & Gil, P. (2021). Instrumento más utilizado por la literatura científica para la valoración de la motricidad gruesa en niños de 6 a 11 años [Tesis de pregrado]. Universidad Santo Tomás, Bucaramanga, Colombia
reponame:Repositorio Institucional Universidad Santo Tomás
instname:Universidad Santo Tomás
Orduz Puentes, Paula Andrea
Gil Rueda, Paula Dayanna
Gross motricity is a skill that is developed during childhood in order to understand the mechanics of the body. For good motor development it is essential to work from an early age taking into account structured bases facilitating the movement and control of the child, favoring its exploratory stage and in the same way a better start to sports training. In accordance with the above, children should be evaluated in order to assess their motor development according to age and thus determine the motor state in which they are, to identify the skills that should be strengthened, for this reason the objective of this research is to identify which is the instrument of valuation more used in the last 5 years by the scientific community for gross motor in children from 6 to 11 years. A bibliographic search was made of scientific studies published in updated databases which were SPORTDiscus and Google academic. Likewise for the articles in the matrix with a search between 2015 and 2020. Based on the above, 59 studies were obtained where it is observed that the 3JS test as well as the TGMD were used in 3 investigations, TGMD-2 by 24, TGMD-3 in 4 studies, KTK present in 13, the MOBAK test was used in one study, The Ozeretsky Test Battery used by 8, The MABC Test Battery as well as the EUROFIT Test Battery used for 2 investigations. Finally, it can be concluded that the Test most used by the scientific community in a period of 5 years, was Test Gross Motor Development second edition of Ulrich (TGMD-2), since, it could be evidenced the presence of this in 24 articles of the selected.