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Chin-Cheng Y, Ching-Te L, Ting-I L. The Effect of Multimedia Teaching Intervention on Physical Education Curriculum on University Students’ Sports Attitudes and Sports Behaviors. Ann Appl Sport Sci 2022; 10 (2)
1- Department of Leisure Service Management, Chaoyang University of Technology, Taichung, Taiwan
2- General Education Center, Chaoyang University of Technology, Taichung city, Taiwan
3- General Education Center, Chaoyang University of Technology, Taichung city, Taiwan ,
Abstract:   (2774 Views)
Background. World Health Organization pointed out in 2019 that insufficient physical activity has become the fourth major risk factor affecting global mortality.
Objectives. This research explores the influence of multi-media teaching intervention in the physical education curriculum on college students’ sports attitudes and behavior.
Methods. The subjects of weight training and Yogalates courses (94 people in weight training class 2 and 94 people in Yogalates class 2) were divided into experimental and control groups. Both groups were taught in person for 18 weeks. The experimental group participated in multi-media audio-visual teaching for 6 weeks, once a week, for 30 minutes. The control group did not implement multi-media audio-visual teaching. Before and after the teaching experiment, 188 questionnaires were issued with the sports attitude and sports behavior scales, and 184 (97.8%) were effectively returned in the pre-test; 180 (95.7%) were effectively returned in the post-test. After the questionnaire was collected, it was analyzed by descriptive statistics, cross-analysis, and an independent sample t-test.
Results. The study found that after multi-media teaching is involved in physical education courses, students’ sports attitudes and behaviors are significantly higher than in traditional teaching, and the number of students participating in sports after class has increased significantly.
Conclusion. Multi-media teaching intervention in physical education courses can effectively improve students’ attitudes towards sports, change their actual participation in sports, and enable students to develop the habit of continuing to participate in sports after class.
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  • We suggest building more multi-media teaching materials for indoor sports courses to improve female willingness to participate in sports.
  • It is recommended to increase the content of multi-media teaching materials and teaching time, guide students to invest in more learning opportunities, increase the proficiency of sports skills, and help improve students’ sports performance.
  • It is recommended to expand the age group of the research object, whether different ages will cause different learning results.
  • It is recommended that indoor sports courses should be planned for complete distance teaching materials, synchronized or non-synchronized teaching mode, in order to break through the innovative thinking teaching mode of physical education in the epidemic test in the future and to cultivate student’s independent learning ability after class through multimedia-assisted teaching.

Type of Study: Original Article | Subject: Physical Education Learning
Received: 2021/07/12 | Accepted: 2021/09/2

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