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Comparison and Promotion: Physical Education Major Undergraduates’ Self-efficacy of Inclusive Physical Education Between China and United States

DOI: 10.19582/j.cnki.11-3785/g8.2018.07.012

Keywords: inclusive physical education self-efficacy PE major undergraduate comparison between China and USA students with disabilities

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Abstract: Self-efficacy has an important impact on teachers' development and students' learning. The investigation of physical education major students’ self-efficacy of inclusive physical education, and the comparison of it between China and USA can promote the development of China’ inclusive physical education, and guarantee the rights of disabled persons to receive physical education and participate in sports activities in China. This study investigated 920 physical education major students coming from 16 colleges in China and USA by questionnaire. The results showed that: 1) The self-efficacy of the college students in USA was significantly higher than that of the Chinese students; 2) the self-efficacy of the Chinese students who received the related courses and practices was significantly higher than that of the American students; 3) the American students showed different self-efficacy in the face of different types of disabled persons. In order to further improve the self-efficacy of the students and promote the development of inclusive physical education in China, suggestions are put forward: 1) improve the relevant legal system; 2) increase more curriculum and practical activities of inclusive physical education in the training; 3) introduce relevant standards for inclusive physical education teachers; and 4) train more professional inclusive physical education teachers through continuing education and speeding up the construction of physical education major


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