A Peer-Assessment Mobile Kung Fu Education Approach to Improving Students' Affective Performances
Hui-Chun Chu, Department of Computer Science and Information Management, Soochow University, Taipei, Taiwan ; Fon-Chu Kuo, Jun-Ming Chen, Soochow University, Taipei, Taiwan ; Kai-Hsiang Yang, National Taipei University of Education, Taipei, Taiwan ; Yi-Hsuan Chen, Soochow University, Taipei, Taiwan
IJDET Volume 15, Number 1, ISSN 1539-3100 Publisher: IGI Global
Peer-assessment and video comment-sharing are effective learning strategies for students to receive feedback on their learning. Researchers have emphasized the need for well-designed peer involvement in order to improve students' abilities in the cognitive and affective domains. Although student perceptions of peer-assessment have been studied extensively in higher education, few studies have focused on the effects of the peer-assessment strategy on students' performance from the affective perspective, especially in Physical Education courses. Therefore, in this study, a peer-assessment mobile physical education approach is proposed for developing a mobile learning system for a Kung Fu Tai-Chi physical education course. To evaluate the effectiveness of the proposed approach, an experiment was conducted by assigning 42 college students to participate in this learning activity. The experimental results show that the proposed approach not only promoted the students' learning interest and motivation, but also improved their learning self-efficacy and socialization.
Chu, H.C., Kuo, F.C., Chen, J.M., Yang, K.H. & Chen, Y.H. (2017). A Peer-Assessment Mobile Kung Fu Education Approach to Improving Students' Affective Performances. International Journal of Distance Education Technologies, 15(1), 1-14. IGI Global.