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Reflection and Intention of General Physical Education in College

대학 교양체육의 성찰과 지향점 탐색

  • Yun, Dae-Hyun (Dept. of Physical Education, Chungnam National Univ.) ;
  • Yi, Joo-Wook (Dept. of Physical Education, Chungnam National Univ.)
  • 윤대현 (충남대학교 체육교육과) ;
  • 이주욱 (충남대학교 체육교육과)
  • Received : 2013.11.29
  • Accepted : 2014.02.20
  • Published : 2014.02.28

Abstract

Liberal education in colleges and universities embrace the concept of general education to enhance individual's morality, intelligence and identity. In consideration of physical education aim to develop cognitive, psychomotor and affective domains as a whole person education, liberal education and general physical education share the same values and objectives. Suppose physical education and liberal education shared same initial values, general physical education should take possession of the core means to achieve liberal education goals. To this end, it is necessary to inspect the actual statement of general physical education curriculum carefully, to find potential problems and prevent them in advance, and also explore future directions. In the current investigation, researchers found potential problems through identifying operation status of general physical education in 10 national universities. In addition, researcher provided future directions of general physical education in college and university including 'take possession of core means for liberal education', 'making diverse general physical education curriculum', 'move away from physical skill-centered education', 'general physical education as a whole body education' and 'increase opportunity of general physical education'.

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