Validation of an ADDIE model model-based Judo Course for Quality Physical Education in Higher Education (PEHE)

Yuya KAWATO, Etsushi HASEGAWA, Atsushi KIUCHI, Kazuhiro KAJITA, Akira NAKAGAWA
2020 Taiikugaku kenkyu (Japan Journal of Physical Education Health and Sport Sciences)  
The purpose of this study was to design and implement judo courses of physical education (PE) in higher education (HE) based on the ADDIE model and to validate the student's outcomes and issues. The ADDIE model is part of the Instruction Design (ID) theory of educational technology. The subjects were 162 first-year undergraduate students (91 males: 71 females) of the judo courses in a designated sports university, and the lecturer who was responsible for instructing these courses. Courses were
more » ... mplemented corresponding to each phase of the 'analysis', 'design', 'development', 'implementation' and 'evaluation' of the ADDIE model. In the analysis phase it was confirmed that the role of the course is to provide a PE teacher's license. Therefore, the content was designed in accordance with the course of study for junior high and high schools. Considering the lesson time (a total of 50 minutes) of junior high and high
doi:10.5432/jjpehss.20015 fatcat:bnjyptipvna27ejlwmgo7zwthe