Connection of the New Education Reform and the 2002 Physical Education Immersion Program (Jiangsu - China) of The Hong Kong Institute of Education: Reflections and Suggestions
LANGUAGE NOTE | Document text in Chinese; abstract also in English.
Primary and secondary physical education teachers play an important role in the education reform, which emphasizes on the holistic development and life-long learning. The 2002 Physical Education Immersion Program (Jiangsu-China), organized by The Hong Kong Institute of Education, provided an opportunity for physical education students to improve their teaching and sports skills through interaction with staff and students from Inland China. This paper describes the objectives, contents, and assessments of the outcomes of the program. By examining and comparing the current curriculum structures and teaching strategies in physical education between Hong Kong and Inland China through this experience, the author looks forward to the change of the future of physical education in Hong Kong with reflections and suggestions. The aim of these changes is to improve the physical education curriculum and teaching strategies in order to better meet the needs of the current education reform that is occurring in Hong Kong, Inland China and world-wide.
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