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This sequence allows Cycle 3 students to question their representations and knowledge about physical, mental and social health, as well as to build habits to maintain their health capital for life.
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TO DEVELOP THE KNOWLEDGE OF LINKED CHILDREN
HEALTH AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY
According to the quantitative analysis conducted in 2018 by Haifa Tlili, a sociologist and specialist in body issues, the kit had a positive impact on students in the experimental groups (a group outside the REP and a group in REP+). Between the pre-test and post-test, the scientific references explaining how regular physical activity improves health have been multiplied by 4.25 for children in school outside the REP and by 15 for children in the REP+, while in the control groups, the data are decreasing. Thanks to the Active School kit, the students in the REP+ experimental group have caught up and developed the same types of health knowledge about physical activity as students not enrolled in REP.
Children's representations of health, allowing them to give a more positive definition of health, less based on injunctions (it is necessary, it is not necessary,...) and to give a place to physical activity in this definition. On the contrary, in the control group that did not undergo Playdagogy sessions, physical activity is not very health-related and is perceived as a risky activity. The experiment showed that the students who experienced the Playdagogy sessions were able to complete their knowledge and develop their definition of health, often incomplete and based on negative references, towards a more positive definition, illustrated by scientific explanations on the functioning of the body and the beneficial effects of physical activity.
THE RESULTS OF THE IMAGE EVALUATION
CONSTRUCTION OF THE KIT IN A PROCESS OF
The Active School Advocacy Kit was developed in a research-action approach with the "Techniques et Enjeux du Corps" Laboratory of the University of Paris Descartes
1. Study on "Physical activity, physical inactivity and the impact on the health of young people" conducted by Haifa Tlili and Hélène Joncheray, members of the "Techniques et Enjeux du Corps" laboratory at Paris Descartes University.
2. Co-creation and dissemination of an Active School Advocacy Kit to provide a concrete response to the risks associated with lack of physical activity and enable educators and teachers to promote an active life.
3. A scientific evaluation of the Active School Playdogy kit to measure the impact of this program on students' representations and knowledge, conducted by Haifa Tlili.
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The Active School Pedagogy program offers relevant tools to mobilize students in their learning. The aim is to make them aware of their body, their physical and psychic skills and also their social well-being.