Innovative technologies to train school physical education/ health specialists

Innovative technologies to train school physical education/ health specialists

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Teoriya i praktika fizicheskoy kultury №5 2019

Dr.Hab., Professor F.I. Sobyanin1
PhD, Associate Professor L.A. Kadutskaya1
PhD, Associate Professor N.V. Zimovets1
I.A. Danilenko1
1Belgorod State National Research University, Belgorod

The article analyzes innovative training technologies for the national school physical education and health specialists. Objective of the study was to classify and find the most beneficial innovative training technologies for the school physical education and health service in Russia. The study was run in 2017–19, with the innovative projects and experiences of the national and foreign universities of 21 countries analyzed and summarized for the study purposes. Modern educational technologies were classified and assessed for application in the national school physical education and health service, with a special priority to the education domains and services in the highest demand by the national communities, labor markets and, hence, of special interest for the school graduates. The domains were found by analyses of the reference literature and school reports and verified by the questionnaire survey data. As a result, the article offers a classification of the most beneficial new educational technologies grouped by five domains.

Keywords: educational technology, human resource, physical education, schoolchildren, physical education and health service.

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