Academic journal article Journal of Physical Education and Sport

Modern Aspects of the Ecological Culture Implementation in the Physical Education Process of Different Population Groups

Academic journal article Journal of Physical Education and Sport

Modern Aspects of the Ecological Culture Implementation in the Physical Education Process of Different Population Groups

Article excerpt

Introduction

The issue of harmonization of relations between people with the environment associated with the development of cultural identity (Andrieieva, 2017; Guichun, 2009). Promoting health in modern society with its inherent features of the socio-economic, scientific and technological development and taking into account the significant modifications of attitudes environmental content is the responsibility of the state (Head, 2010).

Understanding the relationship ecological and environmental problems caused by the desire of people to maintain their health conditions irresponsible destruction of the environment, reducing the availability of skilled care for almost all sectors of the population, increasing morbidity statistics, demographic trends negative state of low health culture (Ignatov, 2011).

Environmental degradation in the country, the desire for children and adults to extract immediate benefits without worrying about the effects of the applied nature and society, ignorance and failure to comply with legal rules understatement moral values, rising violence among children and young people who are victims of drug alcohol business is an indicator of the low level of general culture and their own ecological relationship with the environment (Asafova, 2003; Imas, Futorny, Tsyganenko, Yarmolyuk, 2018).

Physical fitness, physical education and ecological orientation are key components of physical cultural identity by which people can lead a healthy and socially active (Andryukhina, 2017). Sustainable motivation for physical activity and formation of health is considered today as one of the priority directions of humanization of education (Vu Minh Tam, 2006; Sutton M., 2013).

Materials and Methods.

Research objectives: to reveal the essence of ecological culture and theoretical bases of its realization in the process of physical education; to define pedagogical conditions of ecological and physical awareness formation in the process of physical education; to develop and propose to the introduction the technology of formation of ecological culture in programs of physical education of different population groups.

To achieve the objectives, the following research methods were used: analysis and generalization of data of scientific-methodical literature and information sources of the Internet; study of documentary materials; method of copying; sociological research methods; pedagogical research methods; index method; psychological and pedagogical methods; methods of determining the level of physical capacity and preparedness; methods of mathematical statistics (statistical analysis of the data was calculated using Microsoft Excel 2010 data analysis tool).

Pedagogical experiment #1 was conducted to study the effectiveness of ecological games implementation into the physical education process: involved 34 students 8-9 years old with various congenital or acquired hearing; 11 members of the control system of specialized boarding schools for children with impaired hearing and; 16 teachers of physical education and rhythm instructors, working in specialized boarding schools for children with hearing impairments of Kyiv (Nos. 6, 9, 18) and Bila Tserkva (Imas, Futorny, Tsyganenko, Maslova, 2017).

Pedagogical experiment #2 was conducted to determine the effectiveness of technology of correction of indicators of physical condition of schoolchildren with hearing impairments by means of tourist all-round, with the inclusion in the program of physical education classes of the variant module "Tourist all-round", which contained practical classes on the theme block "Ecological tourism": at the first stage of the study, 72 schoolchildren from 13 to 15 years old with hearing impairments (35 boys and 37 girls) participated in the special boarding schools of Kyiv (Nos. 6, 9, 18) and Bila Tserkva. At the second stage, 26 schoolchildren (14 boys and 12 girls) aged 15 years, who were trained at a special boarding school for hearing impaired children, No. …

Search by... Author
Show... All Results Primary Sources Peer-reviewed

Oops!

An unknown error has occurred. Please click the button below to reload the page. If the problem persists, please try again in a little while.