DETERMINATION OF ACMEOLOGICAL FOUNDATION OF STUDENTS’MOTOR SKILLS DEVELOPMENT

Keywords: acme foundations, professional orientation, self-realization, expert evaluation, physical education

Abstract

The article is devoted to the problem of finding methods and means of physical education that will help applicants for higher education in self-realization and the pursuit of their "acme". Maintaining health at the optimal possible level and a good physical condition is a prerequisite for the completeness of personal manifestations and high achievements of man in his professional activities. The purpose of the study is to determine and substantiate the acmeological foundations of motor skills development in students of higher education institutions in terms of training. The following methods were used in the research: analysis of scientificmethodological literature, questionnaire, method of expert evaluation, method of mathematical statistics. Determination of acmeological foundations of motor skills development in students of higher education institutions was carried out by the method of expert evaluation. For this purpose, six experts were selected who had experience of working with students of higher education institutions of various profiles for at least 5 years and the level of qualification of a specialist/master of physical culture and sports. The experts were asked to evaluate on a fivepoint scale separately each of the provided acme foundations and ways of their implementation, which must be taken into account for the students’ motor skills development in the process of professional training. Kendall’s ranking and concordance methods were used to process the results. As a result, the corresponding scores were obtained, and then the overall rating score of acme foundations was derived and were selected those in which the score exceeded the index by 0.75 points. According to the results of the expert evaluation, six principles of students’ motor skills development in higher education institutions were determined: value attitude to health; formation of a healthy lifestyle; conditions for physical development in accordance with professional orientation; conditions for spiritual and social development; self-education; physical self-improvement. The study identified the relationship between acme foundations, ways and conditions of motor skills development, which determines their optimal development in students of the higher education institutions in terms of training.

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Published
2021-11-15
How to Cite
Samokhvalova, I. Y., & Kharchenko, S. M. (2021). DETERMINATION OF ACMEOLOGICAL FOUNDATION OF STUDENTS’MOTOR SKILLS DEVELOPMENT. Pedagogical Sciences: Theory and Practice , (2), 243-248. https://doi.org/10.26661/2522-4360-2021-2-38
Section
SECTION IX. PEDAGOGY OF HIGHER SCHOOL