A Study of College Basketball LAMS Teaching Model Centered on Learning Activities

Feng Sheng, Shaozeng Sheng

Abstract


Traditional basketball teaching has some problems, including the duplication of contents, outdated methods, disconnection between theories and practice, and lack of discussion on the use of computer technology and Internet technology to optimize the existing teaching mode. Based on the theoretical basis of “learning activities as the center”, a LAMS (Learning Activity Management System) teaching mode was proposed in this study for the course of “College Basketball”. It consists of three parts: the design module, the learning module, and the monitoring module. The LAMS-based college basketball teaching mode mainly includes learning activities, and learning resources and tools. Learning activities mainly involve teaching objectives, creation of learning activities, collection of information concerning learning activities, information analysis and improvement of activities. Meanwhile, learning resources and tools were set for the smooth progress of learning activities. After the teaching mode was constructed, it was applied in practical teaching at Shandong Normal University in Shandong Province, China. The teaching results show that compared to the traditional teaching mode, the LAMS teaching mode centered on learning activities can significantly improve the effect of teaching College Basketball.

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International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning. ISSN: 1863-0383
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