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|Title:||Teaching and learning informatization at the universities of physical culture|
|Publisher:||Journal of Physical Education and Sport|
|Citation:||Teaching and learning informatization at the universities of physical culture / L. Filenko, V. Ashanin, O. Basenko, Y. Petrenko, O.Tserkovna// Journal of Physical Education and Sport .-2017, - Vol.17, N4, P. 2454-2461|
|Abstract:||Problem Statement. The paper describes information technologies used for training students. Approach. Computer-based training and supervisory systems improve the learning process. This research shows that the quality of computer-based training programs designed for dealing with databases in physical education and sports is insufficient. Purpose. We introduce an algorithm of creating computer-based training and control programs. We have also designed an computer-based training program – Sports & Physical Education Databases. Results. The experiment involved 240 students (n = 240). We have conducted a corresponding survey and got a 10/12 estimate after assessing the computer-based training program. The peer review has showed that respondents are equal of their opinions (ρ = 0.35; p > 0.05). Our computer-based program efficiency was tested by statistical hypotheses; its positive effect was proven by the Student’s test – t = 3.12 on the back of the t=1.98 standard (p > 0.01). Conclusion. We have analyzed the prospects of applying modern information tools in training and assessing knowledge of physical culture students. We have also identified research and development tools used to create information-based learning environments, as well as a wide range of computer training programs. This paper substantiates theoretical principles of learning based on computer training technologies. We have designed a computer-based training program for the Sports & Physical Education Databases Course that allows teaching based on the information technology.|
|Appears in Collections:||Кафедра фізичного виховання та спорту (ФВС)|
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