Three Track Teaching Mode of Sports Anatomy Based on Innovative Theory

Yujia Ren, Rong Tang, Xia Jiang

Abstract


Sports anatomy is one of the compulsory courses in college. It is an important course for undergraduate students to complete the teaching link of practicing. This course is extremely practical and operational, and requires active learning. However, due to the limited classroom time, the increase in the number of students and the shortage of anatomical specimens, the traditional teaching of anatomy fails to inspire students' interest in learning and becomes unable to adapt to the requirements of the times. In this study, a three-track teaching mode was designed on the basis of combining the innovative talent training theory with the characteristics of sports anatomy. The teaching mode in this study is composed of eight learning stages: identifying problems, analyzing problems, generating hypotheses, confirming already-known knowledge, establishing required information, confirming resources, collecting new information, combining old and new knowledge. Meanwhile, case teaching method and team teaching method were incorporated into this mode. In addition, before, during and after class, 3D anatomy software both in the mobile version and CP version was used to urge students to take the initiative to learn and complete the learning tasks. Finally, according to the purpose of training innovative talents in this study, a new learning performance evaluation system was constructed in accordance with the characteristics of sports anatomy. It was found in this teaching experiment that this new teaching mode is conducive to improving the teaching effect, lays a foundation for promoting the quality of the teaching link of practicing, and stimulates the innovation ability of college students.

Keywords


Three track teaching mode; 3D animation; Sports anatomy; Innovation

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