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A Case Study of University Teachers' Reflection on Teaching Physical Education
physical education teacher
teaching in physical education
Teaching reflection is an important method for PE teacher to develop their profession. However, the studies in domestic teaching research are mainly targeted at primary and secondary school PE teachers, and the university-level study of PE teachers is still quite scarce. Thus, the purpose of the study was to understand the teaching reflection of university PE teachers during implementing general physical education curriculum, and compare the results with the past domestic studies related to teaching reflection of primary and secondary PE teachers. Two PE teachers who delivering general PE curriculum at the university level were purposively selected in the study. Data were collected primarily by means of observation and interview, and analyzed by inductive analysis. Results indicated that university PE teachers had positive attitudes toward teaching reflection; teaching reflection contained the teachers themselves, student performance, teaching, classroom management, school environment and policy and system. University PE teachers’ teaching reflection stressed more on student performance and teaching, but classroom management and policy and system was relatively less; although university PE teachers reflected more on teaching and student than those PE teachers in the primary and secondary school level, the significant differences was from teacher B, instead of teacher A.
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