Academic journal article Kuram ve Uygulamada Egitim Bilimleri

Research on Innovative Methods of College Students' Sports Teaching Based on Internet Education Technology

Academic journal article Kuram ve Uygulamada Egitim Bilimleri

Research on Innovative Methods of College Students' Sports Teaching Based on Internet Education Technology

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The "Internet +" stems from the idea of combining the Internet (Omicini & Zambonelli, 1999) with traditional industries in the 2015 work report government delivered by Premier Li Keqiang. "+" represents all walks of life in the traditional industry, just like "Internet +" cross-border integration, connecting all the characteristics and forming a number of representative new configurations, gradually permeating and radiating from the initial layout of the tertiary industry such as Internet traffic and Internet medicine (Hubbs, Rindfleisch, Godin & Melmon, 1997; Glowniak & Glowniak, 1995) to the primary and secondary industries. The role of the Internet in various industries has also changed from the original "facilitator" to the "leader". The "Internet +" compared to the Internet (Ozer, 2003) includes new elements as shown in the following figure.


The concept of physical behavior is quite extensive, and sports-related activities can be basically referred to as physical behavior, but the definition of sports (Hardman, 2008; Bailey, 2010) is relatively narrow. Sports in colleges and universities (Sullivan et al., 2008) basically relies on a few sports classes to teach some basic movement knowledge, such as basic methods to avoid movement damage, and basic sports rules. Although some colleges and universities have satisfied the college students' desire to choose the sports course independently, the actual survey data show that the sports in colleges and universities (Nahas, Goldfine & Collins, 2003) is still not recognized by the college students. In sports science, sports are defined from many angles. Sports behavior includes sports behavior, sports attitude, sports consciousness and sports consumption behavior, and the influence of sports on individuals is carefully divided, as shown in Figure 2.

The aspects related to sports attitude, values, demands and motives are often not reflected in the education of colleges and universities. This is also the reason for the low recognition of college sports by college students, without inspiring college students to love sports activities.

Combination of "Internet +" and Physical Education

The combination of "Internet +" and any traditional industry (Caseber, Bennett, Kristofco, Carillo & Centor, 2002) is not a superposition of simple answers. With the development of China's economy and society, the blowout growth of intelligent mobile equipment and the rapid development of China's wireless network, the Internet has been closely integrated with all aspects of life. And each kind of APPs also enjoys blowout growth, with the field expanding unceasingly, for serving our daily life better. College students are one of the people who have the courage to create and accept new things. Therefore, in the wave of Internet, college students can feel the convenience of "Internet +" in every aspect more acutely. Under the background of the times, the combination of "Internet +" and sports education creates new opportunities and new challenges for the development of the reform of sports in colleges and universities in China (Jianjun & Huping, 2001 & Madon, 2000).

Research and Methods on the Present Situation of College Students' Sports Activities

In order to more accurately obtain the present situation of contemporary college students' daily sports, a questionnaire survey is carried out to survey some college students in a university. In order to ensure that the proportion of men and women in the surveyed college is adequate and that the special college (such as sports college) is not representative of the overall college students, a questionnaire is sent out by both the automation college and the law school. In this study, 1,036 questionnaires are distributed to the students of the two colleges. 951 questionnaires are collected, and the effective rate is about 92%. The number and gender distribution of students in the two colleges are shown in the following table (1). …

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