conditions, quality, foreign countries, experience, performance criteria


Purpose: to determine the organizational and pedagogical conditions for ensuring the quality of physical education of students in secondary schools of Ukraine on the basis of extrapolation of foreign experience.
Material and methods: the studies were conducted in Pridneprovsk State Academy of Physical Culture and Sports. The study was used the following methods: theoretical analysis and synthesis of data from scientific and methodological literature and documentary materials, the method of comparison, the method of system analysis.
Results: the organizational and pedagogical conditions for ensuring the quality of physical education of schoolchildren are determined. The observance of them will allow to achieve the appropriate level of physical fitness and health of students, the formed system of students` knowledge in the field of physical education, including the organization of independent motor activity, the formed habit of doing physical exercises throughout life, students` sustained interest in the types of physical activity, the presence of social connections and skills interaction, the developed ability of teachers and students to carry out reflection. Conclusions: analysis and generalization of the experience of organizing physical education in the countries of Europe, Asia and the USA made it possible to determine the organizational and pedagogical conditions for ensuring the quality of the physical education process that can be applied in the secondary education system of Ukraine.


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