STUDENTS’ COORDINATION SKILLS TESTING IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION: ICT APPLICATION
AbstractThe informatisation of modern education necessitates the development of a new model of physical education, based on interdisciplinary integrative processes using ICT. This paper considers using ICT for testing coordination skills in physical education of students. The main idea of integrating ICT into the monitoring is to intensify the pedagogical control process in order to reinforce its information capabilities. The purpose of the paper is to justify and show how to implement ICT in students’ coordination skills monitoring, while they undergo physical education. Foremost, it concerns a personalist approach to education and training, and an integrated approach in the implementation of monitoring and evaluating its results. The device that measures movement is the result of a research aimed at integrating ICT into students’ coordination skills testing. Its function is to provide a high level of control and assessment of students’ coordination skills. The device is based on the latest advances in energy-saving technologies, using optical sensors, multifunctional microcontroller development boards and software developed in Proteus Design Suite. The developed infrastructure of the device of movement control provides quick processing of received testing results using the methods of multidimensional mathematical analysis as well as the formation of integrated database for coordination skills controlling. The interface used for this provides a high level of ergonomic properties of the developed device and the possibility of effective work of specialists with the data of testing. The effectiveness of using the designed device in testing students' coordination skills is achieved through the ease of use and compactness of the device, student-friendly testing procedure and the efficiency and reliability of control. Implementation of the unique possibilities of ICT provides state-of-the-art didactic method of intensification of control process in physical education of students.
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