The Development Trend of Physical Education Teaching and Sports Training in Universities under the Background of Comprehensive Fitness
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Zhi Tan, Zixuan Gao
With the enhancement of global health awareness, the concept of comprehensive fitness is gradually being valued in various fields. As an important part of the education system, physical education teaching in universities is also influenced by this trend. This article aims to explore the development trend of sports training and physical education teaching in universities from the perspective of comprehensive fitness. The article first analyzes the concept of comprehensive fitness and its correlation with modern physical education teaching in universities. Comprehensive fitness not only focuses on physical health, but also integrates multiple dimensions such as psychology, social interaction, and culture, providing students with a comprehensive platform for healthy development. Next, the article delves into the reform of physical education teaching content and methods in universities from the perspective of comprehensive fitness, as well as the adjustment of evaluation mechanisms. In terms of course content, emphasis is placed on diversity and interdisciplinary integration; In terms of teaching methods, it advocates the integration of student centeredness and technology; In terms of evaluation mechanism, it advocates multi-dimensional evaluation and the combination of self and other evaluations. Overall, this article provides in-depth thinking and suggestions for the reform and development of physical education teaching in universities under the background of comprehensive fitness, hoping to provide reference for research and practice in related fields.
Comprehensive fitness; Physical education teaching in universities; Teaching reform; Exercise habits