Developing fundamental movement skills critical for young children

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The importance of early intervention FMS-focused programs has been well documented, but traditional didactic teaching methods have tended to dominate the learning of FMS in the primary school context.
Original languageEnglish
VolumeMay
Specialist publicationAustralian Teacher Magazine
Publication statusPublished - 14 May 2018

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Developing fundamental movement skills critical for young children. / Jefferson-Buchanan, Rachael.

In: Australian Teacher Magazine, Vol. May, 14.05.2018.

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