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Abstract Title

Investigation on Graduates’ Satisfaction to Quality of Teaching in Physical Cultures A Case Study of CUPES

Abstract Theme

Sport pedagogy

Type Presentation

Poster

Abstract Authors

Presenter Yupeng Cui - The Capital University of Physical Education and Sports (School of Kinesiology and Health) - CN
Tian Gao - The Capital University of Physical Education and Sports (Teaching Affairs Office) - CN
Bingquan Luo - The Capital University of Physical Education and Sports (School of Management and Journalism) - CN

Presentation Details

Poster Exhibition Site (Local): Gray - 15        Date: 1 September        Time: 8am to 7pm        Presenter: Yupeng Cui

Abstract Resume

Background:In order to find out what problems there were in undergraduate students’ teaching, and what factors that may affect the quality of teaching in Physical Cultures in China,
to provide a basis of taking niche targeting measures to improve the quality of teaching, the 2015 session undergraduate course graduates of the Capital University of Physical Education and Sports
(CUPES) were investigated by questionnaire survey.


Methods:Two hundreds and seventy graduates of 2015 session, 149 males, 121 females, were the subjects, who were randomly selected from 9 majors of undergraduate course graduates, with
30 students from each. Questionnaire was designed by ourselves, composed of 25 questions, which included satisfaction toward such 5 aspects as teachers’ teaching work (6 questions), hardware resources
of sports venues, labs, library and classrooms (4 questions), teaching quality managements and measures concerned (7 questions), practice teaching, training and competition managements, preparing for
starting an undertaking of graduates and their situation in obtaining employment (6 questions), and their original idea about the major and the evaluation of their endeavor during the 4 years in
university (2 questions). Expert validity test was taken about the questionnaire, and valid contents evaluation was given by all 5 experts. 270 copies of questionnaires were extended to graduates
among 9 majors, 270 copies were retrieved, recovery per cent was 100. 270 copies of questionnaire were valid, effective percentage was 100. Counting and percentage was undertaken about the data.


Results:Those who were satisfied and very satisfied with the teaching ability, mental state, active communication with students about their feedbacks of the teachers counted
77.04%-85.55%, those who were unsatisfied and very unsatisfied counted 4.07%-5.18%. Those who were satisfied and very satisfied with a harmonious relationship between teachers and students counted
84.82%. Those who were unsatisfied and very unsatisfied with the number and categories of sports venues and facilities in the students from 4 majors of physical education, training and coaching,
martial arts and performance counted 13.33%-16.67%. Those who were satisfied and very satisfied with their motor skills in the students of 3 majors of physical education, training and coaching and
performance counted 53.33%-80%, there were 3.33%-20% of students who were unsatisfied and very unsatisfied. Those who were satisfied and very satisfied with the organization and management of
after-class training counted 60%, unsatisfied and very unsatisfied counted 10%.


Conclusions:Most graduates approved the teaching ability and level of the teachers of our university, and there was a harmonious relationship between them. Prominent problems that
might affect the quality of teaching in our university includes: 1. the number and categories of sports venues and facilities can not meet requirements, 2. there was deficiency in the organization and
management of after-class training, 3. unsatisfactory in improving of motor skills.


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