A Qualitative Exploration of Effective Creative/Convergence Type of Class in Middle and High School Physical Education Classes

Seung-Yong Kim

Abstract


The purpose of this research was to examine the courses and experiences of middle and high school physical education teachers based on their field experience, suggestions, and school educational environment and to explore in-depth to reflect learner-centered creative/ convergence type of education in physical education classes. To achieve the purpose of the research, four physical education teachers were selected as research participants, and after conducting in-depth interviews, inductive category analysis procedures among qualitative research methods were used to derive the meaning analysis and results of the data. For learner-centered creative/convergence type of classes, first, individual competencies of field teachers will have to be developed first. Second, there will have to be a solution to the problem of conflict of interest between teachers and teachers. Third, there should be case education, organizing, systematizing, and refined models for creative/convergence type of education. Fourth, there should be a realistic and direct approach and support, not an expression as an abstract language. The goals of the physical education subject matter include important parts that represent the direction that physical education should pursue and the learning reach that learners should achieve. Therefore, if education content is presented to solve problems more specifically and creatively, more suitable results will be produced for fostering creative/convergence type of talent.

Keywords


creative, convergence, creative/convergence type of class, physical education, PE classes

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International Journal of Online and Biomedical Engineering (iJOE) – eISSN: 2626-8493
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