Peculiarities of Application of Interactive Educational Technologies in Training of Future Teachers of Physical Culture to Work with Health Protection in Secondary School

By Bezkopylnyi, Oleksandr; Bazylchuk, Oleg et al. | Journal of Physical Education and Sport, February 2020 | Go to article overview

Peculiarities of Application of Interactive Educational Technologies in Training of Future Teachers of Physical Culture to Work with Health Protection in Secondary School


Bezkopylnyi, Oleksandr, Bazylchuk, Oleg, Sushchenko, Lyudmyla, Bazylchuk, Vira, Dutchak, Yurii, Ostapenko, Halyna, Journal of Physical Education and Sport


Introduction

Professional activity of teachers of physical culture depends on creative types of activity, complexity of which is stipulated by a big amount of components and variability of interrelations between them [Backman E., Larsson H.,.]. Effective realization of health-protection activity by participants of educational process is possible due to future teachers of physical culture having profound and comprehensive knowledge and skills in their critical; analysis; ability to apply theoretical and methodological statements in practical activity; ability to develop themselves, elaborate new methods, forms, means and ways; dialectical, variation, changeable system of activity; efficient use of available experience under new conditions; ability to do a reflexive evaluation of personal activity and its results, to form individual style of professional activity based on combination and operation of etalon and individual features; ability to improvise based on knowledge and intuition.

Analysis of modern practice of professional training of future teachers of physical culture shows insufficient level of students' development of the entire set of professionally-important abilities, which actualizes the issue of search and implementation of effective conditions, methods, and organizational forms of studies into the system of training.

Leading researchers and practitioners in the field of higher education of Ukraine, L. Sushchenko [Sushchenko L. P. (2003)], O. Tymoshenko [Tymoshenko O. V. (2009)], as well as foreign researchers [Ayvazo S., Hasan M., S. Bouzid Mohamed, Haweni Aymen, Fadhloun Mourad, Mrayeh Meher, Souissi Nizar. Formative Assessment: Exploring Tunisian Cooperative Teachers Practices in Physical Education, (2017), Muszkieta R., Napierała M., Cieślicka M., Zukow W., Kozina Z., Iermakov S., Górny M. The professional attitudes of teachers of physical education, (2019),] have focused on analysis of various aspects of professional training of teachers of physical culture.

Lai Hsiang-Ru, Wu Der-Min, Lee Pi-Hsia, Jhang Yu-Siang [8], F. Peterson, R. Cooper, J. Laird [Peterson F., Cooper R., Laird J.] note specific importance of formation of readiness of future teachers of physical culture for health-protection activity.

Results of research [Bazylchuk O., Putrov S., Bazylchuk V., Sushchenko L., Galina I., Danylevych M., Romanchuk O., Hrybovska I., Ivanochko V.] show that implementation of innovation educational technologies has a significant reserve regarding modernization of the system of higher physical education.

Application of interactive technologies promotes formation of skills in critical thinking, analytical abilities, independence, responsibility for decisions making, cognitive, creative, communicative, personal activity; develops thinking originality, ability to generate ideas, and provides positive dynamics in the development of professional competences. At present, basic theoretical and methodological peculiarities of application of such interactive educational technologies as interactive lectures [Figol N. A], brainstorming [Izmailova E., Kuznyetsova Yu. ], business games and role playing [Khazova S. А.], case-study [Pometun О.1.], group discussions, debates, trainings, interactive tours [Nikishin V., Tverdokhlebova M., Hontar E.] have been substantiated. However, we may assume that application of interactive educational technologies within the training of future teachers of physical culture to work with health protection in secondary school has not been sufficiently revealed in the works by native researchers.

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At the first stage of research, organizational and methodological aspects of implementation of interactive educational technologies into educational process of training of future teachers of physical culture to work with health protection in secondary school have been substantiated.

The second stage of research has envisaged defining current state of implementation of interactive educational technologies into educational process of training of future teachers of physical culture to work with health protection in secondary school. …

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