A Research on Fairness of Teacher-Student Contacts in College Sports Classes

Bingwei ZHANG


Sports classroom interaction between teachers and students is one of the basic forms of the classroom teaching practice. Fairness of the interaction is the most essential representation of the fairness of physical education classroom teaching, and it is also one of the important means of achieving fair education. However, there is much unfairness in present sports classes, which may be reflected from the selection  of communicating objects, communicating content, communicating ways, communicating place and evaluation methods. Not only does the unfairness affect the quality of sports teaching, but also has a negative influence on the students’ psychological health. The purpose of this thesis is to make an in-depth analysis of the present unfairness of teacher-student interaction in college sports classes and offer some constructive and helpful solutions to realize fairness of sports teaching.


Sports classroom; Teacher-student contact; Fairness

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/5903


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