Modeling the Formation Process Physical and Healthy Competence Future Atomic Specialists
Education Journal
Volume 9, Issue 2, March 2020, Pages: 37-42
Received: Nov. 19, 2019; Accepted: Dec. 26, 2019; Published: Mar. 23, 2020
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Georgii Ilmushkin, Dimitrovgrad Engineering and Technology Institute, Nrnu Mephi, Ulyanovsk Region, Russia
Olga Parkhaeva, Dimitrovgrad Engineering and Technology Institute, Nrnu Mephi, Ulyanovsk Region, Russia
Ekaterina Kukhareva, Dimitrovgrad Engineering and Technology Institute, Nrnu Mephi, Ulyanovsk Region, Russia
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Abstract
The authors of this work formulated in their studies the content of the concept of physical fitness and health competence of future specialists in the nuclear industry as an integral characteristic of a person, reflecting the formation of recreational and health and rehabilitation competencies; competencies in the field of maintaining a healthy lifestyle; possession of means of independent, methodically competent use of methods of physical education and health promotion, in addition, its structural components are determined on the basis of a systematic approach. At the same time, the introduced definition is the starting point for the continuation of the further scientific search for an effective model for the formation of sports and fitness competence of future specialists in the nuclear industry. The presented study is devoted to the design and theoretical substantiation of the structural-functional model of the process of formation of fitness and fitness competence of these specialists. Moreover, models are a demonstrative tool for the functioning of a certain object (system), illustrating the basic norms and rules of its behavior. The methodological basis of the study was made up of pedagogical modeling, systemic, activity-based, interdisciplinary, integrative and competency-based approaches. The principles on the basis of which the formation of the studied competency is carried out are determined: systematic and systematic; professional orientation, developing and educating training, science and communication with practice; combination of individual and collective forms of learning, integrativity. A structural and functional model for the formation of physical fitness and health competence of future specialists in the nuclear industry has been developed and theoretically justified, including interdependent and interconnected blocks: target, theoretical, methodological, structural and functional, substantive-technological, resultant-criterion, correctional and managerial, as well as block pedagogical conditions, designed to ensure the effective formation of this competency.
Keywords
Modeling, Formation, Competence, Motor Activity, Principles, Tructure
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Georgii Ilmushkin, Olga Parkhaeva, Ekaterina Kukhareva, Modeling the Formation Process Physical and Healthy Competence Future Atomic Specialists, Education Journal. Vol. 9, No. 2, 2020, pp. 37-42. doi: 10.11648/j.edu.20200902.11
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