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Medvedeva E.N., Kiviharyu I.V., Soo L., Streletskaya Yu.V. Formation of sports teachers’ of Israel professional competencies while mastering the functions of athletics judge

DOI: 10.34835/issn.2308-1961.2020.9.p235-240
Formation of sports teachers’ of Israel professional competencies while mastering the functions of athletics judge
Elena Nikolaevna Medvedeva, the doctor of pedagogical sciences, professor, Inna Vladimirovna Kiviharyu, the candidate of pedagogical sciences, senior lecturer, the Lesgaft National State University of Physical Education, Sport and Health, St. Petersburg; Ludmila Soo, the teacher, Giwat Washington Academic College of Education, Israel; Yulia Vladimirovna Streletskaya, the candidate of pedagogical sciences, senior lecturer, Velikie Luki State Agricultural Academy

At the present stage of professional and pedagogical development, higher education is facing economic and social problems that require constant correction of the traditional approaches to the content of the educational process. The process of implementing the ideas of historically formed scientific and pedagogical schools of the physical culture and sports sphere of human activity in several countries and, in particular, in Israel, is imprinted by the national and religious traditions, climate, state structure and features of the higher education. This article presents the results of research on the problem of optimizing contents of professional training of sports teachers in Israeli universities and the effectiveness of the formation of didactic competencies in athletics classes in the process of students mastering the functions of the “sports judge”.
Keywords: physical culture, sports teacher, professional training, athletics, didactic competencies, functions of a sports judge, conjugate formation.
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