TEACHING SPORT BIOMECHANICS IN JAPAN
Keywords: education, outcome, biomechanical principles, active learning
AbstractSport biomechanics programs conducted in the School of Health and Physical Education, University of Tsukuba, Japan are shown to share teaching experiences and discuss its outcomes, contents and managing of classes with our successful and failed examples. More importantly, we have to seek for effective ways to apply knowledge of sport biomechanics such as effective data feedback to teaching, coaching, training and rehabilitation, which would most attract students of physical education, heath and sport sciences.
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