Physical Health Education Policy Monitoring for Middle School and Elementary School Students: Theoritical Basis and Its Construction of Constituents

Fajin FENG

Abstract


To improve the quality of physical health education monitoring for middle school and elementary school students, this paper applies to literature collection method to review and analyze theories in terms of control theory, police control theory, educational policy control theory and physical health policy control theory. Based on this work, the paper comes up with a research framework and theoretical foundation for the physical health education policy in a systematically way, and a construction of constituents concerns policy monitoring has been set up.


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Middle school and elementary school students; Physical health; Education policy monitoring; Theory; Constituents

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/%25x

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