International Journal of Sports Technology, 2021, 2(3); doi: 10.38007/IJST.2021.020303.
Jiaying University, Meizhou, China
To explore the research of College Physical Education Teaching Based on the basic principles of sports training. The selected investigation object is the province sports professional basketball specialized course teaching content as the research object. The effective questionnaires for teachers, students and experts were 1-3 groups. There were 25 valid questionnaires for teachers, 141 valid questionnaires for students and 12 valid questionnaires for experts. By using the methods of literature, questionnaire and mathematical statistics, we observe the teaching objectives, the cultivation of students' ability and so on, and make logical analysis. Finally, the data were statistically analyzed. The first is that "students have mastered the basic knowledge and skills of basketball" (95.7% of students, 88% of teachers and 91.7% of experts). Experts and students believe that the second important teaching goal is "competent for middle school basketball teaching". In the cultivation of students' ability, students think that the most important part of basketball professional course is sports skills (96.5%), teaching and training ability (92.2%) and professional theoretical ability (83.7%); teachers think that the top three are teaching and training ability (96%), sports skills (92%) and referee ability (68%); Experts believe that the top three are sports skills (96.5%), teaching and training ability (92.2%), professional theoretical ability (83.7%), sports skills (91.7%), teaching and training ability (91.7%), professional theoretical ability (75%) and referee ability (75%). Teachers should pay attention to students' teaching ability, innovation ability and judgment ability in the process of training, and introduce more teaching practice into the classroom. Starting from the basic training, we should correctly guide college students' physical training.
Sports Innovative Teaching, Sports Training, Basic Principles, College Physical Education
Fei Zhang. College Physical Education Teaching Based on the Basic Principles of Sports Training. International Journal of Sports Technology (2021), Vol. 2, Issue 3: 25-37. https://doi.org/10.38007/IJST.2021.020303.
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