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Shutova T.N., Steblev A.A., Burov A.G. Foreign experience of using the modern technologies in improving the motor activity of students

DOI: 10.34835/issn.2308-1961.2021.3.p493-498
 
Foreign experience of using the modern technologies in improving the motor activity of students
Tatyana Nikolaevna Shutova, the candidate of pedagogical sciences, senior lecturer, Plekhanov Russian University of Economics, Moscow; Andrey Aleksandrovich Steblev, the senior teacher, Moscow state University of civil engineering, Moscow; Aleksey Gennadievich Burov, the senior teacher, Plekhanov Russian University of Economics, Moscow

Abstract
Modern technologies are closely interrelated with physical culture and sports, they are a tool for controlling students ' motor activity and a motive for increasing it. The novelty of the research is to study the experience of mobile technology implementation in the USA, Romania, Poland and Australia. Experts stressed the relationship between sports spending and the level of physical activity of the country's population. Abroad, elements of gamification are being introduced in the lessons of FC, mobile applications are being used to control movements and encourage classes; programs of recreational walking are being studied; training on weekends, since the level of movement on weekends is lower compared to weekdays; the declared and actual level of movements is studied.
Keywords: students' motor activity, mobile applications, foreign experience in stimulating movements.

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Contact information: tany-156@rambler.ru
Article arrived in edition 26.02.2021
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