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Nguyen Duc T, Nguyen Manh T. Evaluating the Effectiveness of Online Physical Education Teaching toward Students at Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology and Education, Vietnam. Ann Appl Sport Sci 2024; 12
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1- Manager of Physical Education Center, Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology and Education, Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam.
2- Deputy Director of the Sport Medicine Center, Vietnam Sport Science Institute, Ha Noi, Vietnam. , thangyhtt2@gmail.com
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Background. In the era of technology development and continuous improvement, all fields of society, including physical education (PE), must necessarily follow technology trends to keep up with the general development speed.
Objectives. The study is to evaluate the effectiveness of online teaching of PE at HCMUTE, thereby serving as a basis for improvement of this activity.
Methods. Survey questions were carried out to measure the evaluation of indicators affecting student satisfaction with the effectiveness of online teaching of PE at HCMUTE. 400 male and female students with normal health, participating in online PE and non-sports majors. Data analysis in this study was supported by the SPSS Version 22 application.
Results. The topic has selected 04 indicators that satisfy the conditions. Accordingly, the indicator of “Self-learning” is highly appreciated by students (X
=3.90 - Agree level, P>0.05); the factors related to the indicator of “Protecting your health, avoiding disease” were assessed by students as normal (X=3.11 - Normal level, P>0.05); The indicator of “Technology applications to support online learning of PE” was highly appreciated by students (X=4.14 - within the Totally Agree range, P>0.05); The indicator of “New way of interacting when learning PE online” is highly appreciated by students when it has X=4.17 within Totally Agree, P>0.05.
Conclusion. Research results show that most students participating in the survey see the positive effects of studying PE online - something they have not felt before; In which, interactive activities and technology application play an important role.
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  • HCMUTE needs to consider the barriers in teaching and learning PE online to promptly adjust the shortcomings in physical education activities at the University as surveyed.
  • It is important to note the indicators selected by the topic to evaluate the effectiveness of teaching and learning PE online, thereby making adjustments and additional changes to make this activity more and more effective and comprehensive, contributing to the general education and training mission of the University.
  • HCMUTE needs to recognize and promote the effectiveness of teaching and learning PE online, continue to apply, and be ready to respond proactively to teaching PE online when there is an epidemic.

Type of Study: Original Article | Subject: Physical Education Learning
Received: 2023/09/1 | Accepted: 2023/11/5

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