ASSESSMENT THE STATUS OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION AT HCMC UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY AND EDUCATION, VIETNAM

Nguyen Duc Thanh

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Overall research on the current situation such as: Physical education subject program; Documents and textbooks for teaching and learning; Teaching staff; Methods for teaching; Testing and evaluation; Facilities, grounds, learning conditions; Extracurricular Activities; The concern of the university leadership towards physical education; Collaboration between physical education faculty members and departments; Satisfaction level of both lecturers and students, etc. to discover the limitations and propose effective improvement solutions.

 

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programs, facilities, lecturers, physical education, satisfaction, testing, extracurricular, coordination, materials

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