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Research on a new model of quality education in college physical education

Kang Han, Bingwei Zhang, Huaxia Zhang

Abstract: Physical education has been an important aspect of school curriculum hitherto, not only in elementary but also in higher institutions of learning like colleges. Notwithstanding its significance in physical and mental health development and well-being, it has not been taken with the level of seriousness it deserves, especially in colleges and other higher learning institutions. This can be trivial to the personal and professional life of a college electrical engineering students. This is because they are one of the most affected careers due to their heavy workload, as they may presume. All this is attributed to the lack of a better medium and framework for passing information across from the instructor to the students in the course of the physical education (P.E) lessons. This paper mainly discusses the formation of quality-oriented education thought, the basic characteristics of quality-oriented education in colleges and universities, the main contents and the concrete countermeasures of carrying out quality-oriented education in colleges and universities by means of literature method, expert interview method and logical thinking method. The main purpose is to explore a new model of physical education suitable for the objective needs of social development in the 21st century, to continuously improve the quality of education and teaching, and to comprehensively promote the implementation of the Outline of National Fitness Program. This calls for a better student-driven and instructor-acquaintance model that will help improve these P.E lessons, which is the main objective of this research study. Putting up this new model will not only improve the process but also bring exuberance to both the instructor and the student. Unlike the traditional models which were more instructor or teacher-centered, this research delves into a new model that is more student-driven. It theoretically describes how the student-driven instructor-acquaintance (SDIA) model can be conceptualized to how it can be implemented to realize P.E’s full demeanor and importance in a college setting. To test the effectiveness of the model, a pilot study was done on students and instructors to refine the existing findings. The participants were chosen based on both the traditional and the model's criteria. The results proved that creating and adopting the SDIA model is more likely to improve the process's motivation and make the lessons livelier.
Keywords: Physical education / college / education system / student / instructor

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