Professional Training Of Physical Education Teachers In Digital Transformation Of Society


Digital transformation of the society is the reason for changes in the professional training of a physical education teacher in terms of the necessity to master the skills to form pupils’ universal educational actions. The research has made it possible to determine the indicators of pupils’ functional literacy in the field of health and safety, to substantiate the necessity to create organizational and pedagogical conditions in the students’ mastering the following skills: to use the means and methods of enhancing the cognitive interest of schoolchildren; use techniques aimed at determining the goals and personal meaning of a pupil's educational activity; teach pupils to search and analyze information, determine the sequence of actions; define differentiated learning tasks for pupils; keep documentation in digital format, organize the pupils’ activities to master the methods of organizing and self-organizing activities (defining goals taking into account the final result, drawing up a plan and sequence of actions); create conditions for cooperation; use conflict resolution techniques; carry out pedagogical control of universal learning activities using techniques for reflective thinking development; use techniques and methods of developing self-regulation skills doing physical exercises; teach methods of forecasting and adjusting the result; choose educational techniques adequately corresponding to the purpose of the lesson; have a command of measuring health and safety literacy rates.

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