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Danilchuk V.D., Belinsky D.V., Kruzhkov D.A. Pedagogical conditions for the training of hippotherapy instructors for working with children with musculoskeletal disorders

DOI: 10.34835/issn.2308-1961.2020.7.p99-103
 
Pedagogical conditions for the training of hippotherapy instructors for working with children with musculoskeletal disorders
Vadim Dmitrievich Danilchuk, the master student, Dmitry Vitalievich Belinsky, the candidate of pedagogical sciences, senior lecturer, Denis Aleksandrovich Kruzhkov, the candidate of pedagogical sciences, senior lecturer, head of the volunteer center, Kuban State University of Physical Culture, Sports and Tourism, Krasnodar

Abstract
At present, the classes on improving the child's body are considered as priority direction of the state policy in the field of physical culture and sports of the population of the Russian Federation. Even just talking with a horse and riding it is curative. This alone contributes to the health and development of the child. If specially organized hippotherapy is used, which takes into account the individual characteristics of the child, the healing effect increases by many times. The article discusses the main organizational and pedagogical conditions for training hippotherapy instructors based on the competence-oriented approach and it describes the results of their implementation during a four-month pedagogical experiment on the basis of Krasnodar Hippodrome LLC. The data obtained confirming the therapeutic and health-improving effect.
Keywords: hippotherapy, pedagogical conditions, training of instructors, competence-based approach.
 
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Article arrived in edition 03.07.2020
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