The material of ball games for e-learning in primary school


Research output: ThesisCapstone Projects (CP)


Purposes: This study is to consider that the current sports related video clips may have insufficient problems, lack of e-learning resources for primary 4 to 6 syllabus which results in slow-down the learning for students. This study is to shoot these videos and give students the abilities to use the electronic platform for learning and to provide e-learning resources for physical education teachers as a reference for physical education lessons. The part of the research design is mainly to teach ball games through demonstrations between teachers and students (video clips). This e-learning platform is divided into nine ball games, such as soccer, table-tennis, and touch rugby in total of around 180 teaching videos with simple text explanations are provided. Conclusion: In conclusion, this e-learning platform can effectively help the PE teachers to design different ball games of lesson plans. However, this e-learning platform can be improved in the future to add more different sports.
Original languageEnglish
QualificationBachelor of Education (Honours)
  • TSE, Choi Yeung, Andy 謝采揚, Supervisor
Publication statusPublished - 2022


  • E-learning platform
  • Video clips
  • Ball games
  • Electronic platform
  • Capstone Project (CP)
  • Bachelor of Education (Honours) (Physical Education) (Five-year Full-time)
  • Programme code: A5B062
  • Course code: PES4903


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