The Method of Forming the Health-Saving Competence of Pedagogical Universities’ Students
Keywords:health-saving competence, educational process, students, methodology, means, health-saving technologies, pedagogical experiment
AbstractThe purpose of the article is to develop and to implement the method in the educational process of the pedagogical university. It would promote the formation of health-saving competence of students. 202 students of H. S. Skovoroda Kharkiv National Pedagogical University (EG n =152) and Berdyansk State Pedagogical University (CG n=54) participated into the pedagogical experiment. It was developed the criteria (motivational, cognitive-activity, informationalcommunication, reflective-productive) and their levels (high, average, low) for estimation the formation level of certain components of health-saving competence. The motivational criterion was evaluated applying Pashnev methodology, cognitive-active method, Phillips test, information and communication Shmishek test, reflexive-productive method. The experimental implementation of the developed method indicates positive results of the formation of health-saving competence of pedagogical universities’ students. The developed method promote the correction of somatic health violations applying a complex of health and medical activities without interruption from the educational process; rationing of the workload and prevention of students fatigue; permanent medical-psychological and pedagogical monitoring of the health condition, physical and mental development of students; to develop and implement educational programs for students to develop healthy lifestyle habits and prevent harmful habits; the effective operation of the psychological assistance service to teachers and students in overcoming stress, anxiety; the formation of a friendly relationship among teachers’ staff, etc.
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