Wang Ying, Mo Yuchang
Taizhou University, Taizhou 215300, China
The teaching mode reform of public physical education in colleges and universities has a profound impact on the improvement of curriculum quality. Different from the conventional teaching mode, “project-based learning” (PBL) gets rid of the time and space boundaries that constrain traditional classroom, and highlights the subjectivity of students as well as the improvement of students’ application ability and innovation ability. Herein, an experimental intervention was carried out in college students that took the elective course of public physical education (yoga). Specifically, a comparative study was conducted between the “project-based teaching mode” and the traditional teaching mode. Moreover, the course objectives of two dimensions, physiological function (special physical quality) and skill level (motor skill learning) were comprehensively evaluated. The changes brought by the two teaching modes to the realization of students' curriculum objectives were discussed. The research results show that PBL is more effective in improving students' physical qualities and their motor skills, showing a significant difference from the traditional teaching mode.
Physical education, Project-based learning, Teaching mode
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