Empirical Analysis on Effectiveness and Long-Acting Mechanism of Regional Physical Education Teaching

Hui Zheng

Abstract


The physical quality of students is an important goal of quality education, and the basis for the training of high-quality talents. Physical education (PE) is of great significance to enhance students’ physical fitness, and improve their awareness of lifelong physical exercise. Targeting several colleges in Guizhou Province, this paper empirically studies the effectiveness and long-acting mechanism of regional PE teaching through interview, questionnaire survey, and mathematical statistics. Firstly, the status quo of PE teaching in the colleges was surveyed. The survey results show the following problems in college PE teaching: the lack of systematic organization and management, the outdated and non-diverse forms of activities, the absence of a strong sports atmosphere, and the lack of interest among the students. To solve these problems, this paper constructs a long-acting mechanism for regional PE teaching, and verifies its implementation effect through an empirical study. The mechanism was found to enhance the students’ physical fitness, help them develop a good habit of physical exercise, and boost their awareness of lifelong physical exercise. This research greatly promotes the lifelong physical exercise of college students and the PE teaching quality in colleges and universities.

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