The Rational Understanding of the Construction of College Physical Education Curriculum in China
DOI: 10.23977/jhms.2021.020104 | Downloads: 2 | Views: 507
Haiqing Li 1
1 Jianghan University, Wuhan Hubei, 430056, China
Corresponding AuthorHaiqing Li
Curriculum reform is the basis for the survival and development of college sports majors. How to construct the curriculum of physical education major is not only a complicated theoretical problem, but also a difficult practical problem. Starting from the reality of the physical education major in China's colleges and universities, this article discusses the meaning of physical education curriculum construction, the influencing factors of physical education curriculum construction, and the guiding ideology of physical education curriculum construction, and expounds the main content of physical education curriculum construction.
KEYWORDSRational understanding, Construction, College physical education curriculum, China
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Haiqing Li, The Rational Understanding of the Construction of College Physical Education Curriculum in China. Journal of Human Movement Science (2021) 2: 24-28. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23977/jhms.2021.020104
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