ICT-driven writing and motor skills: a review
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The development of writing skills is recognized as an imperative process in initial education as a basis to achieve other essential learning for life. For example, during children´s growth, writing skills are the means par excellence for their socialization and interaction with their environment. In the context of 21st-century education, the development of writing skills seems to be linked to a very complex set of key factors, about which there is still not enough clarity. With the purpose of increasing the understanding of this phenomenon, a 40-year systematic literature review of published studies on that matter was carried out. The results show the importance of integrating gross and fine motor skills, the use of ICT and the development of writing skills in game based learning environments and reveal the relevance of performing a curricular articulation of physical education and ICT-mediated writing in early childhood education.