The impact of new media on the reform of physical education teaching in faculty

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Sayed Anwershah Abed
Jumakhan Bahaduri
Hizbullah Bahir


It is evident that mass media play a significant role in shaping and influencing physical education. Over the years, mass media platforms such as television, the internet, social media, and advertising have increasingly impacted the way individuals perceive and engage with physical activity. Firstly, mass media has the power to create awareness and promote the importance of physical education. Through various mediums, it can highlight the benefits of regular exercise, sports participation, and healthy lifestyle choices. By featuring athletes, fitness programs, and success stories, mass media inspires individuals to adopt an active and health-conscious approach to physical education. Secondly, mass media acts as a platform for disseminating knowledge and information related to physical education. It provides access to a wealth of resources, training tips, instructional videos, and expert advice, enabling individuals to enhance their understanding of different forms of physical activity. This wide availability of information encourages people to explore diverse disciplines, discover new activities, and make informed decisions about their physical education journey. This study was conducted qualitatively. A comprehensive literature review provides an overview of the existing studies on the topic, highlighting the gaps in knowledge and areas requiring further investigation. The research also examines the implications of new media on student motivation, participation, and skill acquisition within the context of physical education. It investigates how digital tools can facilitate active learning, foster collaboration among students, and encourage lifelong engagement in physical activities beyond the classroom setting.

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Abed , S. A., Bahaduri , J., & Bahir, H. (2024). The impact of new media on the reform of physical education teaching in faculty. Sustainability and Sports Science Journal, 2(2), 67–72.
Technology, innovation, sport and sustainability
Author Biographies

Sayed Anwershah Abed , Kandahar University

Teaching Assistant Journalism Department. Journalism and Public Relations Faculty.

Jumakhan Bahaduri , Parwan University

Teaching Assistant Press Department. Journalism Faculty.

Hizbullah Bahir, Kandahar University

Physical Education Department. Education Faculty.


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