Geng Xin, Lin Wei
Jiangxi normal university,No. 99, Ziyang Avenue, Nanchang County, Nanchang, Jiangxi, China.
This laboratory investigated the current situation of children's swimming culture in Zhanggong District of Zhangzhou City. It used literature research, questionnaire survey, mathematical statistics, logic analysis and other research and analysis in training venues, water quality, facilities and markets. Management, coaches, parents and their analysis in the relevant departments of the training in the supervision and management needs to be improved, the coaches are generally highly educated, most of the students in the summer vacation are college students, parents have a common sense of knowledge about swimming needs to be improved. Relevant departments strengthened their supervision of swimming pools, strictly abide by national laws and regulations according to their actual conditions, improve the inspection system of swimming coaches, prohibit unlicensed employment, strengthen inspections of the children's training market in Zhanggong District, and give full play to The geographical advantage of Zhanggong District.
Zhanggong District; children; training; status quo; swimming
Geng Xin, Lin Wei. Status quo and investigation of children's swimming training in Zhanggong District, Zhangzhou City. Frontiers in Educational Research (2019) Vol. 2 Issue 7: 7-13. https://doi.org/10.25236/FER.2019.020702.
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