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The Intensification of the Environmental Education in Physical Education (체육과에서의 환경교육 강화 방안)

  • 조미혜
    • Hwankyungkyoyuk
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    • v.12 no.1
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    • pp.189-204
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    • 1999
  • Recently, the interest in artificial environment made by mankind as well as natural environment has been increased. This interest in the environment began to be reflected in the physical education, which environmental problems affect modern people's living quality as a crucial factor affecting directly or indirectly our life. Furthermore, since we entered the era of mass sports the physical education subject has dealt with destruction of natural environment by constructing golf courses, ski slopes, etc., destruction of ecosystem by water sports, mountaineering sports, aero sports, etc., and noise pollution near the sport facilities. Therefore, the purpose of this paper is to examine the means to reinforce environmental education in many ways in the physical education concerning environmental problems. For this purpose this paper analyzed the contents of the 7th curriculum for physical education which can be thought to be teaching materials for environmental education, and described the contents in detail. Also, this paper established the orientation and goals of environmental education in the physical education subject and examined some important teaching and learning methods. In addition, this paper suggested some considerations concerning environmental education and a textbook model for the development of physical education textbooks connecting with the 7th curriculum for physical education, which is to suggest a means to connect physical education with environmental education smoothly. The physical education has an attribute that its activities like swimming, climbing mountains, and camping are performed outdoor. The physical activities in the physical education are, of course, performed in the environment, so we had better implement the environmental education including such physical activities at the same time with physical education. Also, there should be efforts so that the education through environment, the education about environment, and the education in the environment can be implemented along with the physical education.

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Reflection and Intention of General Physical Education in College (대학 교양체육의 성찰과 지향점 탐색)

  • Yun, Dae-Hyun;Yi, Joo-Wook
    • Journal of Digital Convergence
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    • v.12 no.2
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    • pp.503-511
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    • 2014
  • 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'.

Effective Management Methods of the 7 Physical Education Curriculum (제7차 체육과 교육과정의 효과적 운영 방안)

  • Kim, Young-Sik;Lee, Yeon-Sook
    • The Journal of Korean Society for School & Community Health Education
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    • v.4
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    • pp.157-169
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    • 2003
  • This research was intended to have a grasp of the problems in physical education curriculum, After making an alternative plans of effective management. those were integrated and analyzed their own relations on the purpose of suggesting alternative plans to foster professionality of physical education teacher in order to improve real class of physical education. For this purpose, I referred to sundry records related with instruction of physical education teacher and also conducted a survey with 10 interviews such as researchers of central government education administration, and school commissioners in the ministry's provincial offices of education, professors in the university of pre-teacher training, and teachers involved in physical education. The conclusions were as follows; Physical education curriculum should be organized to reduce and diversify of the sport contents in various levels. Also, it should instruct students based on physical educational knowledge, and it is made up to know the achievement of goals through evaluation tools and development of rules having propriety and reliability. Such a physical educational curriculum developed from real class should inform continuously throughout the Ministry of Education & Human Resources Development and educational organization of physical education teachers and network of the school and mass media. So, it makes most people's recognition raise up, and we need discretionary authority of physical education teacher about time allocation of 45 minutes or 50 minutes for variety of lessons. And we need systematic installation such as reorganization of completion field in level of school.

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The Patient Education and Its Strategy in Physical Therapy (물리치료에서 효율적인 환자교육과 전략)

  • Won, Jong-Im
    • Physical Therapy Korea
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    • v.12 no.1
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    • pp.100-110
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    • 2005
  • Patient education is one of the most important roles of a physical therapist. Physical therapists have to teach and provide information about illness, instruct for home exercise, and give advice relating to correct posture and daily activities et al. For an efficient education some strategies are required. The purpose of this article is to review general learning methods, to introduce elements that influence the procedure of patient education and learning, and to plan an education strategy.

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Association of Angiotensin Converting Enzyme I/D and ${\alpha}$-actinin-3 R577X Genotypes with Growth Factors and Physical Fitness in Korean Children

  • Kim, Kijin;Ahn, Nayoung;Cheun, Wookwang;Hong, Changbae;Byun, Jayoung;Joo, Youngsik
    • The Korean Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology
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    • v.19 no.2
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    • pp.131-139
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    • 2015
  • This study analyzed the differences in aerobic and anaerobic exercise ability and growth-related indicators, depending on the polymorphism of the ACE and the ACTN3 genes, to understand the genetic influence of exercise ability in the growth process of children. The subjects of the study consisted of elementary school students (n=856, age $10.32{\pm}0.07yr$). The anthropometric parameters, physical fitness and growth factors were compared among groups of the ACE I/D or the ACTN3 R577X polymorphisms. There were no significant differences between the anthropometric parameters, physical fitness and growth factors for the ACE gene ID or the ACTN3 gene R577X polymorphism. However, the DD type of ACE gene was highest in the side step test (p<0.05), and the DD type was significantly higher than the II+ID type (p<0.05) in the early bone age. The combined group of the ACE gene II+ID and the ACTN3 gene XX type significantly showed lower early bone age (p< 0.05). This study did not find any individual or compounding effects of the polymorphism in the ACE I/D or the ACTN3 R577X polymorphisms on the anthropometric parameters, physical fitness and growth factors of Korean children. However, the exercise experience and the DD type of the ACE gene may affect the early maturity of the bones.

An Analysis of High School Students' Expectance Demand on The Design of the Physical Education Teaching (체육수업 설계에 대한 고등학생의 기대요구 분석)

  • Lee, Jeong-Heun;Oh, Byoung-Don;Cho, Min-Haeng;Ryu, Young-Seol;Lee, Moung-Sun;Cho, Byung-Jun
    • Journal of the Korean Society of School Health
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    • v.22 no.2
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    • pp.147-156
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    • 2009
  • Purpose: The purpose of this study was to analyze students' expectance demand towards high school physical education teaching. Methords : 392 participants randomly selected from one girls' middle school and one girl's high school in each of five tracts and then selected two classes from each of the schools. They were asked to respond to a simple questionnaire about their views on the present physical education teaching. Results : Results showed that about one third of the participants would not choose physical education if the program were offered as an optional subject. Both male and female students ranked psychomotor domain as the top priority among the various learning objectives. Male students favored soccer and basketball while their counterparts liked badminton and volleyball. Over three-fourths of the participants suggested that students' opinions should be considered when teachers plan their program. Conclusion : The results of this study recommended that physical education teaching should be designed with considerations for professional values, societal changes as well as students' expectance on the design of physical education.

The influence of the Recognition for Software Education on the Recognition for Physical Computing Education (소프트웨어 교육에 대한 인식이 피지컬 컴퓨팅 교육에 대한 인식에 미치는 영향)

  • Bae, Yoo-Jin
    • Industry Promotion Research
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    • v.3 no.1
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    • pp.7-12
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    • 2018
  • This study analyzed the effect of the recognition for software education of middle school students who living in Seoul on the recognition for physical computing education. The result of this study are as follows: First, the recognition for software education has a significant effect on the recognition for physical computing education (p<.001, ${\beta}=.569$), specifically the comprehension of software education positively affected the comprehension of physical computing education in software education. Second, this study found that there was differences in the comprehension of physical computing education between middle students at school in Seoul and outside of Seoul. The purpose of this study is to suggest for academic implications effective physical computing education by analyzing the influence of the recognition for software education on the recognition for physical computing education.

Introduction to a Health-related Physical Education Curriculum Model in the United States : Sports, Play, and Active Recreation for Kids (SPARK) (미국의 최신 건강중심 체육교육수업의 소개 - Sports, Play, Active Recreation for Kids(SPARK) 체육프로그램 개발배경 및 사례보고 -)

  • Yoo, Soo-Jin
    • The Journal of Korean Society for School & Community Health Education
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    • v.12 no.3
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    • pp.101-109
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    • 2011
  • The purpose of this article is to introduce the Sports, Play, and Active Recreation for Kids (SPARK) physical education curriculum. SPARK is a model for health-related, research-based and evidence-based physical education programs in the United States. The outcome of school physical education can relate to public health, but there exists few evidence-based physical education programs reporting health-related variables. School physical education can provide more opportunities for children and adolescents to be physically active and to learn more about healthy lifestyles. However, physical education programs have been cut and eliminated due to lack of funding in the U.S. as in South Korea. Although facing these problems, SPARK programs have been implemented in over 50% of schools, after school programs and coordinated school health programs in the U.S. This article reviewed: (a) background information of the SPARK program, (b) examples of effective interventions, and (c) methods of dissemination to schools nationally in the U.S. The methods showed in SPARK may use as a model for researching, developing and implementing new physical education(PE) program and after school programs in Korea.

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A Study on the Refresher Training of Physical Therapist in Gwangju and Jeonnam

  • Yu, Seong-Hun;Kim, Seung-Rae;Cho, Sung-Hyoun;Jang, Il-Yong;Hwang, Jin-Ah;Kim, Yong-Seong;Kim, Hyun-Jin
    • The Journal of Korean Physical Therapy
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    • v.28 no.3
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    • pp.165-175
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    • 2016
  • Purpose: The current study seeks to examine the continuing education of physical therapist in Gwangju, Jeonnam. Methods: A survey was conducted during the continuing education of physical therapist held in Gwangju in 2015 with 297 participants. The survey questionnaire consisted of 13 questions on characteristics of physical therapist, 7 questions on the level of satisfaction with continuing education, 11 questions regarding the need for continuing education, and 8 questions concerning how to improve continuing education. Results: As for the level of satisfaction with the content of continuing education, the survey results indicated that there were significant differences across respondents' age and career period. Regarding the level of satisfaction with the environment in which continuing education was provided; significant differences were observed across respondents' age, education, marital status, monthly pay, career period, and service period. Regarding the level of satisfaction with the expense in which continuing education was provided; significant differences were observed across respondents' sex, age, education, marital status, dependent family, monthly pay, career period, and position. In terms of the level of satisfaction with the operation method in which continuing education was carried out, there were significant differences across respondents' age, education, and career period. Conclusion: The survey found the level of satisfaction with continuing education to be average among physical therapist in Gwangju and Jeonnam. In addition, as for ways to take continuing education courses for those who have never taken it, online education was mentioned the most. Therefore, there is a need for advertising online continuing education.

Comparison and Analysis of Sports Physical Therapy Education Programs of Korea and USA (한국과 미국의 스포츠 물리치료 교육 프로그램 비교분석)

  • Kwon, Won-An;Min, Dong-Gi;Lee, Jae-Hong
    • PNF and Movement
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    • v.10 no.1
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    • pp.53-59
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    • 2012
  • Purpose : This thesis aims to explore sports physical therapist program of university of education of korea and usa for the whole process of becoming sports physical therapist and provide better education programs for cultivating sports physical therapist in the future. Methods : This thesis education programs of physical therapy department in Korea and 3 universities in east california region were selected with recommendation of a professional on sports physical therapist in USA. for the purpose of this study, curriculum of physical education department at school of education was analyzed using internet survey, phone survey, visitor survey and examination of hand book in korea. in usa, homepage, internet survey, e-mail and examination of handbook were used to analyze the data. Results : First, the results of this study can be summarized as follows: second, In comparison of required subjects and selective subject of physical therapy education in Korea and USA, Korea presents the least required subjects for major while USA offer more required subjects for majors. Korea puts focus on education practice while USA offers initial field experience and education practice well connected and organized systematically. Third, comparison of system of professional sports physical therapist, Korea did not establish system of a professional sports physical therapist, USA systematically established system of a professional sports physical therapist. Conclusion : On the basis Professional physical therapist, PNF association has to need to study hardly about special therapist.

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