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The Teaching Reform Strategy of Physical Education in Colleges and Universities Based on Embodied Cognition

Genghua Lei


Based on the perspective of embodied cognition, this paper deeply discusses the teaching reform strategy of “teaching, practice and examination” in college physical education class. This paper expounds the necessity of embodied cognition theory in the teaching reform of physical education in colleges and universities, and emphasizes the important role of physical participation and experience in deepening the understanding of students’ physical education knowledge and skills. Subsequently, the paper puts forward a series of reform strategies, including the teaching strategy of integrating physical cognition and physical education, the construction of integrated practice system inside and outside class, the creation of real moral education situation and the assessment strategy of integrating moral education evaluation. These strategies aim to promote teaching reform, improve teaching effect, and comprehensively cultivate students’ physical literacy and moral sentiment, so as to meet the educational needs of the new era.


Physical cognition; College physical education; Teaching practice and examination

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/ahe.v8i2.13038