International Electronic Journal of Mathematics Education

Students’ Readiness Formation for Realization of the Continuity Principle in the Development of Children’s Physical Qualities
  • Article Type: Research Article
  • International Electronic Journal of Mathematics Education, 2016 - Volume 11 Issue 10, pp. 3487-3510
  • Published Online: 28 Nov 2016
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Reference: Ilyina GV, Rashchikulina EN, Tuguleva GV, Yakovleva LA. Students’ Readiness Formation for Realization of the Continuity Principle in the Development of Children’s Physical Qualities. Int Elect J Math Ed. 2016;11(10), 3487-3510.
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Reference: Ilyina, G. V., Rashchikulina, E. N., Tuguleva, G. V., & Yakovleva, L. A. (2016). Students’ Readiness Formation for Realization of the Continuity Principle in the Development of Children’s Physical Qualities. International Electronic Journal of Mathematics Education, 11(10), 3487-3510.
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Reference: Ilyina, Galina Vyacheslavovna, Elena Nikolaevna Rashchikulina, Galina Vitalevna Tuguleva, and Larisa Anatolevna Yakovleva. "Students’ Readiness Formation for Realization of the Continuity Principle in the Development of Children’s Physical Qualities". International Electronic Journal of Mathematics Education 2016 11 no. 10 (2016): 3487-3510.
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Reference: Ilyina, G. V., Rashchikulina, E. N., Tuguleva, G. V., and Yakovleva, L. A. (2016). Students’ Readiness Formation for Realization of the Continuity Principle in the Development of Children’s Physical Qualities. International Electronic Journal of Mathematics Education, 11(10), pp. 3487-3510.
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Reference: Ilyina, Galina Vyacheslavovna et al. "Students’ Readiness Formation for Realization of the Continuity Principle in the Development of Children’s Physical Qualities". International Electronic Journal of Mathematics Education, vol. 11, no. 10, 2016, pp. 3487-3510.
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Reference: Ilyina GV, Rashchikulina EN, Tuguleva GV, Yakovleva LA. Students’ Readiness Formation for Realization of the Continuity Principle in the Development of Children’s Physical Qualities. Int Elect J Math Ed. 2016;11(10):3487-510.

Abstract

This paper justifies the need for professional training of students in continuous physical education of younger generation in the context of the basic guidelines: accented development of physical qualities; training of physical actions; up-bringing and learning. The leading idea of the appropriate training of students is improving vocational and pedagogical thinking of future professionals to development of physical qualities of children in continuous sports activities. The model of students’ readiness formation is developed for the realization of the continuity principle in the development of children's physical qualities; the implementation of this model will allow improving efficiency of vocational and pedagogical training of students in terms of continuing education. Pedagogical conditions of students’ readiness formation for the realization of the continuity principle in the development of children's physical qualities are designated. The article provides a technique for implementation of pedagogical conditions of students’ readiness formation to implement the continuity principle in the development of children's physical qualities.

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