Vocational Training of Future Teacher in Terms of Credit Based Modular Learning

Vocational Training of Future Teacher in Terms of Credit Based Modular Learning


E.S. Borisenkova
O.P. Kerer
A.Ya. Nain
professor, Dr.Hab. Honored worker of science of the RF
Ural state university of physical culture, Chelyabinsk

Key words: effective training, physical education teacher, credit based modular learning.
Educational Institutions of physical culture mostly still preserve the traditions, norms and style of traditional teaching. At best, physical education teachers are waiting for methodically developed new ways of organizing training of students. But the number of teachers and innovators and scientific educational concepts is growing, making more difficult to choose the best sample. So there is a need to find support in oneself to improve professional competence, design and implement innovative training models.
The carried out experimental work ensures that training of a future physical education teacher on the basis of credit based modular learning provides positive changes in the key performance indicators of the educational process. The introduction of the credit based modular technology of monitoring of vocational training of a future physical education teacher enables to evaluate the state of learning and cognitive work of students, effectiveness of the educative work of the faculty as a whole and each teacher individually and motivates students to regular classes during a semester. The credit based modular system is effective when all types of control are covered when teaching all students; planned and regular educational control, reliability and objectivity of the results of pedagogical control, optimization of control requirements.


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