Construction of an Evaluation Index System for The Implementation of The New Curriculum Standards (2022 Edition) Of Physical Education and Health Curriculum for Middle Schools in Guangdong Province
Keywords:Physical Education and Health Curriculum; , New Curriculum Standards (2022 Edition); , Evaluation Index System.
Background and Aim: As a trailblazer in China's reform and development, Guangdong Province conducted research on the quality evaluation index system for implementing PE and health curriculum during the early stages of new curriculum standards implementation, which holds significant practical implications for advancing curriculum reform and development. The aim of this study is twofold: (1) To establish a comprehensive quality evaluation index system for the implementation of the new curriculum standard (2022 edition) for PE and health in middle schools in Guangdong Province; (2) To develop a high-quality implementation and development strategy for the new curriculum standard of PE and health.
Materials and Methods: The primary research tool employed in this study is an expert questionnaire survey. The subjects of the study were selected using a stratified sampling method, which included experts in school PE curriculum and teaching theory, teaching and research personnel, as well as school PE team leaders. Drawing upon qualitative interview results, CIPP model theory, and relevant literature policies, a preliminary evaluation index system was established. This evaluation index system was constructed using the Delphi method and encompasses summarized content along with development suggestions.
Results: The study presents the construction of a quality evaluation system for the implementation of PE and health curriculum in middle schools in Guangdong Province, consisting of four primary indicators, twelve secondary indicators, and forty-seven tertiary indicators. Additionally, it reveals that under the new curriculum standards for the 2022 edition, the macro-level evaluation system for assessing the implementation quality encompasses four aspects: curriculum background, resources, implementation process, and outcomes.
Conclusion: The quality evaluation index system for the implementation of PE and health curriculum in middle schools in Guangdong Province is both reasonable and feasible, making it an effective tool for managing and evaluating such curricula. Furthermore, this system can serve as a valuable reference point for future curriculum reform and development.
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