A Review on Dynamic Systems Theory and the Children's Motor Development
Turkish Journal of Computer and Mathematics Education
Adopting Dynamic Systems Theory (DST) as a way of comprehendingthe development of human being reconciles many controversies as it reorganizes the conventional approach to knowledge processing, which involves understanding cognitive science in collecting information from the local environment. This study reviews the major contribution of the theory in the holistic thought about development and how it has been developed with the children's motor skills development, also the strengths and
... engths and limitations on the horizon from the theory basis.The beginning section explores on what way DST occurs in wider context within different fields, and next in the second section offers a detailed understanding of how DST involves the children's motor skills development. It also evaluatesparticular examples which focus on the main DST concepts.The end section focuses on advantages and disadvantages where the theory is restricted for taking the works of extension which brings to the inference of this perspective for a new understanding in children's development. Finally, it draws an explanation for behavioral changes that could be understood in which system motion is self-assembly and self-organizingwith the framework to achieve needed actions. DST is believed to provide the greatest contribution where it knows system stability where all system elements are constantly interconnected and communicate with other triggers both internally and externally.