Five Stars Teaching Mode of Sports Training Based on APP Microcourse

Yanan Yu, Aili Qi

Abstract


With the development of teaching reform, methods and concepts, microcourse teaching has been recognized and developed extensively. However, micro-class pays more attention to the presentation of key contents, and pays less to the teaching design guided by teaching principles, causing the waste of microcourse resources to some extent and affecting the effect of microcourse teaching. Moreover, most of the sports training lectures still follow in the traditional educational pattern of teacher-blackboard-teacher-student, which cannot satisfy students' desire for knowledge and contradict with the demand of social development. Therefore, on the basis of the teaching design of five-star teaching principle, the study focuses on and solves classroom problems, emphasizes the application of knowledge points in different situations, and establishes the relationship between new and old knowledge. Meanwhile, the study combines a new type of Rope Skipping APP microcourse technology, and elaborates the teaching of knowledge rope skipping in the form of microcourse teaching, forming a learning method combined sound and image with pictures. Finally, the study takes learners as the evaluation subject and adopts the analytic hierarchy process to construct five first-level indicators, including value, learning, interaction, technology and art, which makes full use of the expert group's quantitative evaluation on the comparison of the importance of each layer's factors. By constructing the judgment matrix, it calculates the weight value of each index and forms an objective and scientific evaluation index system of microcourse. The results confirm that the teaching mode of the study can be used as the basis for microcourse improvement and auto-recommendation.

Keywords


Five stars teaching mode; Rope Skipping APP; Microcourse; Evaluation index

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International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET) – eISSN: 1863-0383
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