Academic journal article Kuram ve Uygulamada Egitim Bilimleri

The Comprehensive Evaluation of the Quality of Physical Education in Colleges and Universities

Academic journal article Kuram ve Uygulamada Egitim Bilimleri

The Comprehensive Evaluation of the Quality of Physical Education in Colleges and Universities

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Since the reform and opening up, the education in China has been developing rapidly. In recent years, the education sector has carried out all-round development of students' morality, intelligence, physique, aesthetics and labour. Therefore, the quality of physical education in colleges and universities is of great significance. In terms of the content and evaluation indexes of students' physical education evaluation, teachers pay too much attention to the written expression of physical education, especially the knowledge of competitive sports, thus ignoring the physical health of students. They do not really understand whether students have done real exercise or they have the ability to solve practical problems. The evaluation of the comprehensive quality of students' learning status and learning interest is a universal trend. The development of students has been ignored (Wang, Wang & Lu,2002). In the evaluation process, although students have done the self-evaluation, they do not play a leading role. Teachers attach too much emphasis on the results of physical education and ignore the physical status of students (Yao, 2004). Students ignore the peer evaluation of other students so that many students who are evaluated are often pessimistic. Such evaluation cannot play a positive role in the development of students, but kills the learning motivation of students. At the same time, this evaluation is also limited. At this stage, the old-fashioned evaluation system should be eliminated and a new evaluation mechanism should be implemented to enable the evaluation of physical education to be more flexible and more diverse. Students should not only do more exercise, but pay more attention to the improvement of quality. The performance is only one kind of objective evaluation, which cannot fully demonstrate the physical fitness of the students.

Problems Existing in the Comprehensive Evaluation of the Quality of Physical Education

Old-fashioned physical education teaching method focuses on the evaluation of concepts in the classroom and also depends on the teaching method of teachers. The evaluation content is based on the teaching method used in the classroom and the effect of teaching language and teaching. These evaluations are not comprehensive, ignoring the students' own quality cultivation and physical performance (Yu, 2014). Restrained by these educations, physical teachers focus their attention on the analysis of teaching materials, the expression of teaching language and the meticulous design of teaching process. They have put too much emphasis on the perfection in language expression and sometimes even do things that are meaningless to teaching. For example: the neat handwriting and the normative form of teaching (Yang, 2007). It is agreed that teachers are those who can cultivate students with good performance and control rate, thus ignoring students' interests and needs for sports and their initiative in learning. Students do not focus on sports and cannot participate in physical education independently. This is a blind spot for teachers, which not only affects the professional quality of teachers, but also affects the rising space of teachers. It completely causes teachers to bring students into the wrong direction and the teaching content of teachers in the classroom is mainly based on the examination content to enable to students to have good performance and control rate. They do not expand old content and develop new content. They restrict themselves and make no effort to seek progress. Also, they do not have the capability of independent innovation and the ability to develop new subjects and projects and they do not consider the needs of students. In order to meet the standards, students have much more pressure and gradually lose interests in sports (Wang & Zhang, 2003).

In China's evaluation mechanism, it mainly focuses on leadership opinions, ignoring the self-evaluation of teachers and even the self-evaluation of students. …

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