Implementation of Mobile Pedagogy During Continuous Education of Physical Culture Teachers
Roman S. Nagovitsyn
Aleksey A. Miroshnichenko
Svetlana Yu. Senator
Introduction: one of the urgent problems in the field of continuous training of future teachers of physical culture is the training of students using mobile devices and innovative educational Internet technologies. The scientific literature has thoroughly studied the introduction of mobile technologies in the professional training of teachers, but the development of foundations for the formation of physical competence based on innovative approaches, such as mobile training, has not been implemented to date. Hence, the necessity of setting the research goal that is to create a methodological model for the continuing education of teachers of physical culture on the basis of the ideas of mobile pedagogy in the cluster “college - university” and the use of experimental methods to substantiate the effectiveness of its implementation in the professional training of students.
Materials and Methods: to create a model of continuous education, including the integration of various clusters, components and innovative technologies, the systemic approach is applied to the study with the additional use of competency, activity, qualification, personality-orientedness, culturological and innovation-technological approaches. Systematisation, comparison, comparison and generalisation are used in modeling the continuous education of teachers of physical culture.
Results: in the process of research, the integrating resources and the scientific and educational potential of secondary and higher education were revealed. These recourses allowed the systematisation and modeling of the process of continuing education of teachers of physical culture based on the ideas of mobile pedagogy in the cluster “college - university”. At the experimental stage of the study, the effectiveness of the implementation of mobile pedagogy is proved and the author’s approach to the training of future teachers of physical culture is methodologically grounded.
Discussion and Conclusions: practical application of the regularities revealed in the study allows modernising the professional training of students - future specialists in the field of physical culture and sports in the aspect of mobility requirements for a graduate of a higher education institution. The study presents a new perspective on the implementation of information technology in the process of physical education through the transformation of virtual activities into physical education, mobile self-education and integration of mobile technologies into the vocational training process. The study will be useful for teachers of the departments of theory and methods of physical education, information technology in physical culture to improve the educational space of various educational organisations for this profile of training.
Keywords: mobile pedagogy, continuous education, training of teacher of physical culture, methodological model, college - university
Acknowledgments: the present work was carried out within the framework of the scientific project No. 16-16-18003, supported by the Russian Humanitarian Scientific Foundation.
For citation: Nagovitsyn R.S., Miroshnichenko A.A., Senator S.Yu. Implementation of Mobile Pedagogy During Continuous Education of Physical Culture Teachers. Integratsiya obrazovaniya = Integration of Education. 2018; 22(1):107-119. DOI: 10.15507/1991-9468.090.022.201801.107-119
Contribution the authors: Nagovitsyn R.S. - analysis of scientific literature; formulation of theoretical and methodological bases of research; preparation of the initial version of the text. Miroshnichenko A.A. - development of diagnostic tools; data and evidence collection; experiment. Senator S.Yu. - creation of a methodological model for the continuing education of teachers of physical culture on the basis of the ideas of mobile pedagogy in the cluster “college - university”.
All authors have read and approved the final manuscript.
Submitted 20.06.2017; revised 23.11.2017; published online 30.03.2018.
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