The activity of this research group aims to advance the recognition and consolidation of the psychomotor education as a scientific discipline. His research focuses on identifying key factors and basic conditions to design, innovate and increase the quality of the training model theoretical, practical and research body of teachers and researchers in psychomotricists motor skills through formative assessment to develop skills, generate new theoretical and practical knowledge and establish links between higher education training and practice in schools.
Psychomotor intervention UAB seen as a tool that allows the preventive and educational approach in everything that refers to the child’s development and learning, respecting diversity and the environment, especially in the first years of life.

The stage of kindergarten and the first years of primary education where the child is manifested from the whole, and where the professionals that accompany its development should take action based on the watchful eye , observation, listening and action.