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Analysis of Experience in Professional Training of Future Specialists in Physical Culture and Sport in Higher Eductional Establishments of Norway and Sweden

specialists of physical education and sport (theoretical and methodological aspect). Zaporizhia: ZSU. 8. Swedish Higher Education Act. SFS No. 1992:1434. (1992). Retrieved from http://www.regeringen.se/content/I/e6/02/15/41/92fe8fff.p ]. 9. Swedish Higher Education Ordinance. SFS No. 1993: 100. Reprint: SFS 1998:1003. (1993). Retrieved from http://www.regeringen.se/content/I/e6/02/15/41/92fe8fff.pdf . 10. “The Ordinance on limit plan of a three-year training of teachers in practical and aesthetic subject areas” approved by the Ministry of Education

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Analysis of national and foreign specialized sport education for senior pupils

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There has been theoretically substantiated the topicality of the specialized learning of the senior pupils of secondary educational institutions. There has been revealed the essence of specialized learning as of one of the leading forms of educational process organization in a modern school, which in its goal remains between a secondary and vocational education, providing a functional interrelation and succession between them. There has been presented a substantial analysis of state documents and curricula in physical training for senior pupils of national and foreign sports oriented secondary schools. A retrospective analysis of pedagogical literature and Internet resources in the issues of incepting ideas of pupils’ specialized differentiation of learning has been conducted. It has been found out that personal direction of the sports oriented educational process envisages the wholesome system approach to each pupil’s choice of a sports specialization profile, its content, means and forms of educational and extracurricular physical culture and health-improving activity, taking into account the age and individual peculiarities, locomotive and creative aptitudes to the chosen specialization profile. The work of physical training teachers of sports oriented specialized grades has been analyzed. The importance of taking into account the level of knowledge, pupils’ physical fitness, their interests, aptitudes and skills for defining and studying the components of the elective module has been stressed.

It has been found out that a physical education curriculum for the 10-11th grades’ pupils of sports oriented secondary educational establishments can’t approve a strictly defined number of hours for the determination of these or other constituent modules. Each school in accordance with the chosen learning specialization profile may create its own applied physical training curriculum for senior pupils.

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Individual Aspects in Professional Training of Tourism Specialists in the UK

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Physical Education in Eu Schools and Turkey: A Comparative Study

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The Role of Parent’s Participation in Sports on Change in Exercise Level: A Cross-Cultural Comparison

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Police Training in the System of Professional Training for Federal Police Force in Germany

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Vocational guidance school system in the gymnasium of Poland as an important condition for professional development of a personality

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Examination of Physical Education and Sports Undergraduate Programs of the Bologna Process Countries (Poland-Turkey Case)

marginalization and isolation scale (PE-MAIS). Gazi Journal of Physical Education and Sport Sciences, 24 (3), 155–166. 8. Yağcı, E., Ekinci, C. E., Burgaz, B., Kelecioğlu, H., & Ergene, T. (2007). Yurt dışma giden Hacettepe Üniversitesi Erasmus öğrencilerinin memnuniyet düzeyleri. Hacettepe Üniversitesi Eğitim Fakültesi Dergisi, 33, 229–239. 9. Yağci, E., Çetin, S., & Turhan, B. (2013). Erasmus programi ile Türkiye’ye gelen öğrencilerin karşılaştıkları akademík güçlükler. Hacettepe Üniversitesi Eğitim Fakültesi Dergisi, 44, 341–350. 10. Yüksek Öğrenim

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Comparative Research on Inclusive Education in England, Germany, France and Turkey from the Perspective of Physical Activity

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Forming Future Specialists’ Valeological Competency: Theoretical Analysis of Domestic and Foreign Scholars’ Views

the Grass]. Фізична культура, спорт та здоров’я нації [Physical Culture, Sport and the Nation’s Health], No 10, pp. 74-82 (in Ukrainian). 22. Максимчук, Б. А. (2016). Формування валеологічної компетентності майбутніх учителів у процесі фізичного виховання (теоретико-методичний аспект) [Forming Future Teachers’ Valeological Competency in the Course of Physical Education (Theoretical and Methodical Aspect]. Вінниця : ТОВ фірма “Планер”, 385 p. (in Ukrainian). 23. Максимчук, І. А. (2012). Провідні компоненти змісту діяльності вчителя

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