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    MerlinMax

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    judo and unesco declaration

    Post by MerlinMax on Sat Sep 21, 2013 12:50 am

    Hi everybody.
    I read on the web that unesco declared judo  the best sport for to children and young people from 4 to 21 years . I searched for the “original” document of declaration but I didn’t find it. Is it a fake? Someone know the “source” of this declaration? I think it should be on the unesco website…
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    Re: judo and unesco declaration

    Post by DCS on Sun Oct 27, 2013 8:30 am

    The only UNESCO related statement regarding Judo and kids i've found is

    EL CEREBRO ESPACIAL:
    Habilidad: percepción espacial.
    Ventana abierta: desde los cinco hasta los diez años de edad.
    Lo que se sabe: esta es la fase en que existe la diferenciación entre los hemisferios izquierdo y derecho del cerebro. La especialización permite a los niños desarrollar el sentido de lateralidad y direccionalidad. Hay un perfeccionamiento de la coordinación motriz y de la percepción del cuerpo en el espacio. Mientras mayor es el estímulo, más se refuerzan los circuitos que ligan la intención a un acto concreto. Los niños se mueven con más desenvoltura y precisión.
    Cómo desarrollarla: los ejercicios físicos que tienen que ver con la noción de izquierda y derecha, arriba y abajo, hacia adelante y hacia atrás, son aconsejables. La natación, la danza o el judo ayudan al desarrollo de la percepción espacial de los niños.
    http://unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0014/001465/146551so.pdf
    pg 46

    Google translation:

    THE SPATIAL BRAIN
    Skill: spatial perception.
    Open Window: from five to ten years.
    What is known: this is the phase in which there is differentiation between the left and right hemispheres of the brain. Specialization allows children to develop a sense of laterality and directionality. There is an improvement of motor coordination and perception of the body in space. The greater the stimulus, the more you reinforce the intention circuits linking to a particular act. Children move with greater ease and accuracy.
    How to develop: physical exercises that have to do with the notion of left and right, up and down, forward and backward, are advisable. Swimming, dance or judo help the development of children's spatial perception.

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    Re: judo and unesco declaration

    Post by Cichorei Kano on Mon Oct 28, 2013 3:02 am

    MerlinMax wrote:Hi everybody.
    I read on the web that unesco declared judo  the best sport for to children and young people from 4 to 21 years . I searched for the “original” document of declaration but I didn’t find it. Is it a fake? Someone know the “source” of this declaration? I think it should be on the unesco website…
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    Re: judo and unesco declaration

    Post by MerlinMax on Mon Oct 28, 2013 10:49 pm

    thk DCS!

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