Benefits of new physical education specialist education service modelBenefits of new physical education specialist education service model

Teoriya i praktika fizicheskoy kultury №7 2019

PhD doctorate G.Berekbussunova1
PhD, Associate professor A. Kulbaev2
PhD Kh. Untaev2
G. Turarova3
S. Turarov3
1Abai Kazakh National Pedagogical University, Almaty, Kazakhstan
2Kazakh Academy of Sports and Tourism, Almaty, Kazakhstan
3Sarsen Amanzholov East Kazakhstan State University, Ust-Kamenogorsk, Kazakhstan

The republican academic education system in Kazakhstan faces many problems due to the 25-year-old reforms being still unsuccessful and by far short of the social expectations as to the education service quality and efficiency; and this is the reason why the local education agencies and establishments are still waiting for the legal and regulatory reforms with new educational provisions, standards and materials. Objective of the study was to rate benefits of a new physical education specialist education service model. The authors used an innovative concept to develop the new physical education specialist education service model that gives a special priority to the trainers’ openness to the new training technologies, knowledge, responsibility, creativity, ability to effectively design and manage a respectful trainer-student communication with a special attention to every student’ personality, gifts and needs. The study included a questionnaire survey of the trainers and students to rate their knowledge of the future job responsibilities and analyze the students’ motivations for the service using the relevant test procedures and the sets of rating criteria offered by N.I. Stepanchenko (2017). The study data and analyses found the new physical education specialist education service model highly beneficial as verified by the academic education service quality improvements and its efficient customization to the education needs of the students.

Keywords: professional education, educational motivations of PR students, professional competency.

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