Slobozans`kij Naukovo-Sportivnij Visnik [Slobozhanskyi Herald of Science and Sport]

Slobozans`kij Naukovo-Sportivnij Visnik [Slobozhanskyi Herald of Science and Sport]

Basic info

  • Publisher: Kharkiv State Academy of Physical Culture
  • Country of publisher: ukraine
  • Date added to EuroPub: 2017/Jun/08

Subject and more

  • LCC Subject Category: Education, Rehabilitation, Sports and Recreation, Health and Wellness
  • Publisher's keywords: Biomedical Aspects of Physical Education and Sports, Human Health, Physical Rehabilitation, Physical Recreation, Technologies in Physical Education and Sport
  • Language of fulltext: english, russian, ukrainian
  • Full-text formats available: PDF

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  • Article Processing Charges (APCs): No
  • Submission charges: No
  • Waiver policy for charges? No

Editorial information

Open access & licensing

  • Type of License: CC BY
  • License terms
  • Open Access Statement: Yes
  • Year open access content began: 2011
  • Does the author retain unrestricted copyright? False
  • Does the author retain publishing rights? False

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This journal has '982' articles

Assessment of the level of terminological competence of physical education teachers as the basis of professional activity

Assessment of the level of terminological competence of physical education teachers as the basis of professional activity

Authors: Inna Krasova, Alfiya Deyneko, Mykhailo Marchenkov & Larysa Lutsenko
( 29 downloads)
Abstract

Сonditions of modern interpretation of the learning process require an increasing role of the teacher and a lesson in physical culture. The normative requirements for the teacher already form a new approach to the teaching of physical culture, where the culture of communication and the level of cultural and professional competence of the teacher of physical culture occupy an important place, which, of course, is impossible without the knowledge and skillful use of gymnastic terminology. Purpose: identification of the level of terminological competence of teachers of physical culture, peculiarities of using terms, reasons that prevent teachers from effectively using gymnastic terminology during their professional activities. Material & Methods: in the study participated teachers of physical culture (n=87). Results: certain features of the use of gymnastic terminology by teachers of physical culture are examined. They found they lacked a level of terminological competence during their professional activities when using physical exercises. The reasons not allowing teachers of physical training to effectively use gymnastic terminology are revealed. Conclusions: level of terminological competence of each specialist is individual and very often requires its increase. It is established that despite the important role of using gymnastic terminology, its component in the lesson of physical culture decreases every year. A number of reasons have been identified that affect the level of terminological competence of teachers and are reflected in the quality of professional activity in general.

Keywords: gymnastic terminology, teacher, physical culture, terminological competence, professional activity
Effect of ergotherapy on the level of self-care of children with cerebral palsy

Effect of ergotherapy on the level of self-care of children with cerebral palsy

Authors: Oleksandr Kushchenko
( 20 downloads)
Abstract

Purpose: form a block of ergotherapy for children with cerebral palsy, supplement it with a program of physical rehabilitation and determine its utility in increasing the level of self-service. Material & Methods: analysis and generalization of foreign and domestic special scientific and methodological literature; pediatric assessment of activity limitations (PEDI). The contingent of subjects – 106 children 4–6 years old, 54 of them with spastic hemiplegia and 52 with spastic diplegia. Methods of physical therapy were included in the exercises with control groups. The main groups received a part of the modified standard procedures, and the key difference was the use in the main groups of ergotherapy, namely targeted therapy. Results: purpose of ergotherapeutic interventions was to achieve the maximum possible activity of the child. Purposeful therapy required a priority analysis of the task, the environment of performance and the capabilities of the child. Procedures for targeted therapy were built from occupations that included a specific task algorithm. According to the final results, the main groups had significantly better results in a number of items in the self-service section of PEDI. Conclusions: use of targeted therapy in conjunction with physical therapy has advantages in improving self-service level, compared with the standard protocol of physical therapy.

Keywords: ergotherapy, recovery, functioning, activity, participation, physical activity, exercise
Level of involvement of children and adolescents in various forms of motor activity in Ukraine and member countries Active Healthy Kids Global Alliance

Level of involvement of children and adolescents in various forms of motor activity in Ukraine and member countries Active Healthy Kids Global Alliance

Authors: Andriy Mandiuk
( 17 downloads)
Abstract

Purpose: compare the estimates of individual indicators of motor activity in Ukraine and other countries according to the standards of the Active Healthy Kids Global Alliance (AHKGA). Material & Methods: analysis and generalization of scientific literature; methods of the theoretical level of research (analysis and synthesis), a sociological survey, evaluation of data using the Active Healthy Kids Global Alliance methodology. The study was conducted in groups of students aged 12–14 (n=1893, of whom 899 were men and 994 girls) and 15–17 years (n=925, of them 449 men and 476 girls). The assessments of the indicators of the motor activity of children of different ages, presented in the AHKGA database and special reports from different countries. Results: results of a survey of pupils of secondary schools in Ukraine, the analysis of reports on the motor activity of children in the AHKG member countries made it possible to compare the estimates of such indicators of locomotor activity as organized sport and physical activity, unorganized active play, and active transportation. Conclusions: according to AHKGA standards, organized sports activities and motor activity of Ukrainian children are rated for "D", unorganized gaming activity – for "C" and active movement – for "B".

Keywords: children, pupils, motor activity, AHKGA, active movement, sports, gaming activities
Legal Regime of sports volunteering

Legal Regime of sports volunteering

Authors: Iryna Petrenko
( 22 downloads)
Abstract

Purpose: to investigate the legal regime regarding sports volunteering in Ukraine. Material & Methods: disclosed the concept of "legal regime", "sports law". Regulatory and legislative documents on volunteer activity of various countries of the world and Ukraine are considered. Results: the current state of the regulatory and legal support for sports volunteerism in Ukraine is analyzed. Conclusions: analysis of normative and legal documents on volunteer activity has shown that for today there is no legislatively fixed term "sports volunteering" and the main provisions for increasing the social significance of sports volunteering, removing obstacles to the use of volunteer assistance in organizing and conducting mass sports and health events and sports competitions of the state values. It is not determined who can be the founder of sports volunteer organizations, what is the procedure for registering these organizations and the principles for exercising state control over their activities.

Keywords: sports volunteering, legal regime, sports legislation, regulatory support
Age dynamics of the level of development of static equilibrium in middle-class students with visual impairments

Age dynamics of the level of development of static equilibrium in middle-class students with visual impairments

Authors: Liliana Riadova & Liudmyla Shesterova
( 26 downloads)
Abstract

Purpose: to study the age-related dynamics of indicators of the ability to maintain static equilibrium in middle-class students with visual impairments. Material & Methods: static equilibrium indices were determined by the method of E. Ya. Bondarevsky. The study was attended by middle school students with impaired view of the communal institution "Kharkiv Special Boarding School I–III Steps 12" Kharkiv Regional Council. Results: peculiarities of the dynamics of static equilibrium in children of secondary school age with visual impairment, depending on age and sex. Conclusions: it was revealed that the indices of static equilibrium on one leg, both with the eyes open and with the eyes closed, vary with age in different directions with age. The girls observed mostly the best indicators of static balance with their eyes open, the boys – with closed.

Keywords: lack of vision, age dynamics, static equilibrium, content of a sustainable situation, middle-class pupils
Peculiarities of sensory motion reactions by students of KSAPC

Peculiarities of sensory motion reactions by students of KSAPC

Authors: Yura Tropin, Vyacheslav Romanenko, Valeriy Goloha, Iryna Aleksieieva & Yana Aleksenko
( 18 downloads)
Abstract

Purpose: to establish the features of the manifestation of sensorimotor reactions by students of various specializations of KSAPC. Material & Methods: analysis of scientific and methodological information, generalization of best practical experience, psychophysiological methods of research, methods of mathematical statistics. 72 first-year students of the KSAPC, engaged in various sports, aged from 17 to 19, took part in the research. Participants were divided into 4 groups of 18 people: 1 – cyclical sports (track and field, cycling, tourism); 2 – complex coordination sports (sports and artistic gymnastics, acrobatics, sports dances); 3 – sports games (football, basketball, volleyball, handball); 4 – martial artists (freestyle and Greco-Roman wrestling, judo, boxing). Athletes were qualified from the 2nd category to the candidate for master of sports. Results: in the course of the study it was determined that the best indicators of sensorimotor reactions were observed among students of martial artists, and then - in representatives of sports games, complex coordination and cyclic sports. The greatest differences from the results of the assessment of the level of sensorimotor reactions of martial artists were marked with cyclical sports (from 6% to 12%), followed by complex coordination sports (from 3% to 6%) and sports games (from 1% to 5%). Conclusions: conducted research confirmed the importance of psychophysiological characteristics of athletes of various sports as success factors.

Keywords: students, sports, sensorimotor indicators, comparative analysis
Influence of neurodynamic properties on the choice of coping strategies in qualified athletes

Influence of neurodynamic properties on the choice of coping strategies in qualified athletes

Authors: Svitlana Fedorchuk & Olena Lysenko
( 21 downloads)
Abstract

Purpose: evaluation of the influence of neurodynamic properties on the formation of coping strategies with stress in qualified athletes. Material & Methods: study involved 43 high-class athletes (MS, MSIG, HMS) at the age of 14–29 years (kind of sport – kayaking and canoeing). To determine the neurodynamic properties of athletes, the Diagnostic Complex "Diagnostic-1" was used to determine the strategies of stress-overcoming behavior-the "Questionnaire of Ways of Coping Questionnaire" by R. Lazarus and S. Folkman. The study used the final score of the test of competitive personal anxiety. Results: surveyed athletes identified the prevalence of such coping strategies as "Self-control", "Seeking social support", "Taking responsibility", "Problem solving planning" and "Positive revaluation". The interrelationships of coping strategies with indices of neurodynamic properties-the strength and dynamism of nervous processes, the rate of complex selection reaction. Conclusions: specific psychophysiological markers of such coping strategies as "Search for social support", "Taking responsibility" and "Escape-avoidance", one can consider indicators of the strength and dynamics of nervous processes, the speed of a complex selection reaction. The preference for non-constructive coping strategies for athletes was associated with an increase in the run-up time (the time for reaching the minimum exposure of the signals in the feedback mode).

Keywords: neurodynamic properties, coping strategies, qualified athletes, kayaking and canoeing

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