Healthy Campus: The Power and Application of Sports Data
21st Century Classroom
With the advancement of technology and the rise of data analysis, physical education teachers are able to use different data to examine and improve students' physical fitness, as well as discover and tap into their athletic potential. Additionally, through training, they can also enhance students' emotions, focus, and even improve performance in other academic areas.
Furthermore, organising sports exchange activities between different regions can promote cultural exchange and learning opportunities, while also improving students' sports levels and opportunities for mutual learning.
Based on these backgrounds, speakers can utilise different devices to collect students' physical fitness data and encourage them to engage in more physical activities and record their dietary habits, in order to help discover their athletic potential and promote their physical and mental well-being.
Participants of this seminar will understand:
1. The diversity and comprehensiveness of collecting sports data;
2. Achieve significant progress by changing students' small habits;
3. Discover and enhance students' athletic potential and physical and mental well-being through reference norms; and
4. Utilise technology to enhance cooperation between schools and ensure the smooth progress of activities.