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Kotova A.D., Sekovanich M., Germanov G.N., Kolesnikova E.S. Pedagogical conditions for effective organization of motor activity of young synchronized athletes aged 8–12 years

DOI: 10.34835/issn.2308-1961.2020.11.p262-266
Pedagogical conditions for effective organization of motor activity of young synchronized athletes aged 8–12 years
Alena Dmitrievna Kotova, Miryana Sekovanich, Gennady Nikolaevich Germanov, the doctor of pedagogical sciences, professor, Ekaterina Sergeevna Kolesnikova, the candidate of pedagogical sciences, senior lecturer, Russian State University of Physical Culture, Sports, Youth and Tourism, Moscow

The use for the sports forecasting of the experience and knowledge of specialists in physical culture and sports is an increasingly progressive trend and is successfully implemented in sports science and practice. Here, the main criterion is the formalization of experts' points of view, expressed in their opinions, since an objective description of existing views is possible only when interviewing specialists and using statistical averaging. Since those skilled in the art could prescribe rank factors, it was natural to use rank methods when processing results. The proposed procedure is as follows. A wide range of specialists working in the field in which the experiment is conducted are invited to evaluate and rank factors by the degree of their influence on the investigated process, and according to the obtained assessment, arrange in order of significance and descending to optimize the phenomenon under consideration. At the same time, a list of factors is given with the indication of operational values and areas of determination. The survey results are presented as a rank matrix. The criterion of consistency of opinions for including factors in the number of experimental ones is the concordance coefficient, the calculation method of which is standardized and presented by statistical algorithms.
Keywords: synchronized swimming, artistic swimming, young athletes, girls 8-12 years old, pedagogical conditions, procedural components, motor activity.

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