[[abstract]]The purpose of this study was to examine the physical education teachers' subjective concepts of effective teaching in physical education. We utilized questionnaire to find out physical education teachers' content of factors for effective teaching in physical education, then interviewing them in person, in order to realize the reason and the importance of each factor in order. Educational students, student teachers, and experienced teachers served as objects, in total of 560. The results of indepth analysis and discussion of each research issue were as follows: 1.The statistics shows there are six factors of effective teaching in physical education based on the content of each factor and the opinions from the experts (scholars), they are respectively named as follows:"class management","teaching content", "teaching ability", "equipment and facilities", "successful learning", and "teaching timing". 2.The physical educational teachers' identification degree of effective teaching in physical education is experienced teachers>educational students>student teachers respectively. In addition, the variance among these three ones reach the level of significance. After that, from the score of each factor we can obtain than all these objects score "class management" and "teaching ability" higher; however, "teaching content" get the lowest score. As for the score of other factors, it depends. Furthermore, we can see after ANOVE that the variance of the relationship between various objects and each factor reach the level of significance. 3.After we interview six experts and six fundamental teachers, we can find that "teaching ability"(factor) is the most important one that influences effective teaching in physical education, after that is "teaching content", while"class management" is the lowest one. As for fundamental teachers, they put more emphasis on "class management", then is "teching ability"; however, "teaching content" is the less important.
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