The physical aspect or muscular activity of experience or learning.
Motor behavior ranging from a low level, producing a skill, to higher levels in which the skill is used creatively in a game setting
The learning of certain types of skill involving mainly physical movement or muscular activity rather than simply mental processes.
Involves physical movement and coordination. The Taxonomies major categories in order of ascending difficulty are: Imitation: Observes skill and tries to repeat it. Manipulation: Performs skill according to instruction rather than observation. Precision: Reproduces a skill with accuracy, proportion and exactness. Usually performed independent of original source. Articulation: Combines one or more skills in sequence with harmony and consistency. Naturalization: Completes one or more skills with ease and becomes automatic.
in the context of teaching and learning, the domain of learning activities that deal with learning physical skills; normally associated with vocational training.
One of the three areas of learning, it is concerned with how students use their body£®In practice, it gives students a chance to express themselves physically£®It is hoped that by addressing this domain, students will learn to use their body to perform various manual tasks£®It should be a part of planning for each unit and complement tasks in the Affective Domain and Cognitive Domain£®Also called hands-on instruction
The area or domain of learning concerned with physical action involving muscles of the body. Top Page
A grouping of levels of learning associated with physical skill levels which range from perception through set, guided response, mechanism, complex overt response, and adaptation to origination.