Comprehensive Evaluation of Teaching Quality of Public Physical Education in Colleges and Universities

By Huang, Hai; Chen, Jun | Kuram ve Uygulamada Egitim Bilimleri, December 2018 | Go to article overview

Comprehensive Evaluation of Teaching Quality of Public Physical Education in Colleges and Universities


Huang, Hai, Chen, Jun, Kuram ve Uygulamada Egitim Bilimleri


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In order to further improve the accuracy of the comprehensive evaluation of public physical education in colleges and universities, this paper conducts an in-depth study on the comprehensive evaluation of teaching quality based on the characteristics of public physical education in colleges and universities.

Since the establishment of public physical education in colleges and universities, how to accurately evaluate the teaching quality of the curriculum to further improve the teaching effect of the curriculum and the physical quality of college students has always been a hot spot for the researchers and practitioners of physical education. There is also a view that the level of physical education directly affects the overall effect of higher education. In the previous research work, some researchers focus on the physical education teachers and believe that the continuous improvement of the ability of physical education teachers and the maintenance of professional quality are very important to the teaching effect, and the improvement model of the professional skills of teachers under the new curriculum conditions is studied (Sinelnikov, 2009); some researchers have evaluated physical education from the perspective of social culture. This level of evaluation is relatively macroscopic and the impact of physical education on social culture is more comprehensively introduced (Hay, 2013); some researchers adopt the research ideas from "result" to "cause" and carry out the methodology research on the motivation of physical education according to the objective of physical education (Gimeno & García-Mas, 2010); some researchers take students as the research object and deeply studies the influence of students' physical quality on their final academic achievement (Siegel, 2006); some researchers have summarized the evaluation of teaching quality from the dimension of sports and sports history (Hofmann, 2014); some researchers use the combination of qualitative analysis and quantitative analysis to expand the evaluation method of the effect of physical education (Hensley , 1997). In addition, some researchers have improved the existing evaluation methods from the perspectives of the evaluation premise of physical education, measurement of evaluation authenticity, unified teaching evaluation discourse and introduction of fuzzy mathematics knowledge. However, it basically does not break through the framework of existing researches - (Hay & Penney, 2009; Mintah, 2003; Chan, Hay & Tinning, 2011; Mishra, Jain & Hooda, 2016). Although the predecessors have done a lot of useful research work in the evaluation of physical education, the research on the public physical education for different majors still needs to be further deepened.

In order to deeply study the comprehensive evaluation of the teaching quality of public physical education in colleges and universities, this paper puts forward a new comprehensive evaluation model of teaching quality based on the analysis of the research status of the evaluation of the physical education quality in colleges and universities and aiming at the object and teaching characteristics of public physical education in colleges and universities. Also, the validity of the model is verified by empirical analysis. The research results in this paper not only provide a new method for the evaluation of the teaching quality of public physical education in colleges and universities, but also provide a theoretical basis for the teaching improvement of this curriculum.

The first part of the thesis is the introduction. The second part introduces the research status of the evaluation of physical education quality from three different perspectives: student evaluation, teacher evaluation and teaching effect evaluation. The third part analyzes the object and teaching characteristics of public physical education in colleges and universities. The fourth part presents a new comprehensive evaluation model of teaching quality and the effect of this model is empirically analyzed. …

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