A Model for Objective Sport Skills Tests in Schools: Physical Educator's Concern
LANGUAGE NOTE | Document text in English; abstract also in Chinese.
Objective sport skill tests are common measurement tools for physical educators to evaluate their students' performance in school setting. Traditionally, students are being graded in accordance with their performance in the skill tests, such as throwing objects for distance, wall volley test, or dribbling through a test course. The present paper attempted to collect a variety of information on the objective sport skill testing from experienced scholars. Since most school physical educators are not researchers, it is necessary to provide them with user-friendly techniques. After an extensive review of the related literature in the field of measurement in physical education and exercise science, a model of objective sport skills testing was developed which served as a guideline for the physical educators to follow. It is hoped that such user-friendly procedures would enhance the teaching qualities in the school.
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