Physical education and sport university service: practical basics

Physical education and sport university service: practical basics

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Teoriya i praktika fizicheskoy kultury №5 2019

PhD A.R. Baymurzin1
Dr.Hab., Professor V.D. Chepik1
PhD, Associate Professor A.I. Alifirov1
1Russian State Social University, Moscow

Objective of the present study was to develop practical grounds for the physical education and sport university service. The study applied a systemic approach to consider the key aspects of physical education and sport university service in their interrelations; management of educational service; curricula; and the relevant didactic technologies. The educational service management shall be driven by the strategic vision and the relevant mechanisms to model a future specialist personality. The education curricula are composed of the learning materials/ data need to be processed and digested and classifiable into the basic general cultural data; basic professional (job-specific) data; and specific professional data.
Educational technology may be interpreted as the digestion of the potential data temporally alien to the user to own it as a personally valuable asset accumulated in the university training process via the educational methods and technologies offered by the physical education and sport university.

Keywords: academic professional education, physical education and sport university, strategic vision, education curriculum, didactic technology.

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