A CASE STUDY OF COMPUTER AIDED INSTRUCTION IN A TEAM HANDBALL CLASS IN JAPAN
Keywords: computer aided instruction, physical education, handball
AbstractINTRODUCTION: There is general agreement on how physical education (PE) programs can be improved: classes need to be taught by more qualified instructors or teachers, and students need to spend more class time being physical active. PE programs should more positively promote a computer-assisted instruction (CAI) to make use of an information society. We assume that to take the advantage of visual materials through CAI will be helpful to inexperienced teachers in teaching PE programs on the regular curriculum. So the purpose of this study was to inquire the availability of practical effectiveness for teaching team handball in PE class at junior high school through CAI.
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