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Eregina S.V., Tarasenko K.N. Teaching conditions to enhance the qualifications of instructors-methodologists of physical and sports institutions

DOI: 10.34835/issn.2308-1961.2020.4.p164-169
 
Teaching conditions to enhance the qualifications of instructors-methodologists of physical and sports institutions
Svetlana Vladimirovna Eregina, the doctor of pedagogical sciences, senior lecturer, Moscow State Institute of Physical Culture, Sports and Tourism named after Y.A. Senkevich, Moscow; Konstantin Nikolaevich Tarasenko, the candidate of pedagogical sciences, Yavara-M Children's and Youth Sports Club, Moscow

Abstract
The level of training of instructors-methodists for sports schools must meet the requirements of the professional standard. Vocational education does not adequately cover this area of training. The pedagogical conditions affecting the development of additional professional programs (training) for instructors-methodists of sports schools are summarized. Research methods – analysis of the scientific and methodical literature, questionnaire, expert evaluation. The main pedagogical conditions for the development of training instructors-methodists are: approaches to the formation of labor function, the method of conducting classes, the use of methodical instructions, the system of assignments, control and evaluation of the formation of knowledge, skills, labor actions, implemented by instructors-methodists. Instructors-methodists of sports schools need additional education. The effectiveness of training in training courses for instructors-methodists improves the pedagogical conditions.
Keywords: professional standard, work function, professional development.
 
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Contact information: eregina-mgiit@mail.ru
Article arrived in edition 12.04.2020
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