Training Future Physical Education Teachers for Physical and Sports Activities: Neuropedagogical Approach

Serhii KARASIEVYCH, Borys MAKSYMCHUK, Vasyl KUZMENKO, Nina SLYUSARENKO, Oksana ROMANYSHYNA, Eduard SYVOKHOP, Olha KOLOMIITSEVA, Lyudmila ROMANISHYNA, Ivan MARIONDA, Vira VYKHRUSHCH, Mariia OLIINYK, Andrii KOVALCHUK, Mykola HALAIDIUK, Iryna MAKSYMCHUK

Abstract


The article proves the need to create an effective system of training athletes, which is the basis for ensuring higher achievements in sports and causes a certain rise in the field of scientific and pedagogical research on the problems of sports pedagogy, physical education, and education of youth. It urges one to optimize educational conditions for training future physical education teachers for physical and sports activities based on the latest neuropedagogical and didactic requirements. The research aims to experimentally verify the newly created or updated pedagogical conditions required to train future physical education teachers for sport and physical activity at secondary schools. Research methods are as follows: modelling, observations, tests, questionnaires, pedagogical experiment, tests determining the level of physical development, the PWCno test, anthropomorphological measurements (body weight, height, chest circumference, lung capacity), heart rate, respiratory rate; methods of mathematical statistics (Student's t-test, Pearson's χ2 criterion). The experimental group consisted of 180 respondents and the control group – 189 respondents. A high level increased by 16.5%, an average level – by 24.3%; a low level decreased by 40.8%. Conclusions. It has been found that the experimental group students have higher levels of readiness for sport and physical activity at secondary schools. Moreover, the indicated differences in the levels are not coincidental and are the result of the implementation of relevant pedagogical conditions. The international relevance of the article lies in expanding the formative and diagnostic instruction tools within the updated conditions, which corresponds to innovative technological and neuropedagogical approaches to developing a physical education teacher today.


Keywords


motivation, interest, theoretical knowledge, self-improvement, self-improvement journal, tests, training sessions, teacher placement

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