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Team Work and Leadership Cultivation in University Table Tennis Teaching

Tong Yao, Zhi Li


In the teaching of table tennis in universities, teamwork and leadership training are crucial issues. As a group sport, table tennis emphasizes teamwork and leadership skills. The paper aims to discuss how to effectively cultivate students’ sense of teamwork and leadership in college table tennis teaching, so as to improve their comprehensive quality and competitive level. Through in-depth study of team cooperation mode and leadership training method in table tennis teaching, it can provide useful reference and enlightenment for college PE teaching. From the perspective of combining theory with practice, the paper will discuss how to cultivate students’ teamwork spirit and leadership potential in the table tennis teaching, in order to inject new vitality and ideas into the physical education teaching in colleges and universities.


College sports; Table tennis; Team work; Leadership

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/ahe.v8i2.13051