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dc.contributor.authorNaumchuk, Volodymyr Ivanovych-
dc.identifier.citationNaumchuk V. I. Model of Professional Training of Future Teachers of Physical Culture in The Process of Self-Working in Sports Games // International Journal of Applied Exercise Physiology, 2019. 8 (3.1). P. 35-41.uk_UA
dc.description.abstractOne of the ways to improve the professional training of physical education teachers is to properly use the opportunities for self employment in university education. For this purpose, the model of professional training of future teachers of physical culture in the process of independent work on sports games, the key element of which is the humanization of training, was developed and experimentally tested. The participants of this research consisted of 374 students of the faculties of physical education of Ternopil Volodymyr Hnatiuk National Pedagogical University and South Ukrainian National Pedagogical University named after K. D. Ushynskyy. The statistical processing of the obta ined data showed that in experimental groups, compared to the control ones, more students had a high and sufficient level of professional readiness (by an average of 18%) and less percentage of those students who were characterized by a low level (by an av erage of 6%). Model reflects the purpose, tasks, stages, principles, conditions, content of this pedagogical process and its result professional readiness of students for future pedagogical activity. It involves the planning and implementation of the con tent of educational activities, both in terms of years of study, and by types of independent work.uk_UA
dc.subjectProfessional traininguk_UA
dc.subjectindependent work of studentsuk_UA
dc.subjectsports gamesuk_UA
dc.titleModel of Professional Training of Future Teachers of Physical Culture in The Process of Self-Working in Sports Gamesuk_UA
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