Preparation of future educators for the use of Physical Culture and recreation technologies in the Preschool Education Institutions

Article substantiates the need to ensure high – quality training of the future teachers of the preschool education institutions (hereinafter-PEI) for health-saving professional activities. The relevance of awareness by higher education applicants of the value-motivational attitude to the problem of health preservation, the formation of their readiness for health-saving activities in the educational process of Health has been outlined. The formation of future the preschool education specialists’ readiness to implement the health paradigm in working with preschool children involves mastering first of all the content component of the discipline "Theory and Methodology of Physical Education and Valeological Education", as well as the skills and abilities of organizing one of the types of health – saving technologies-physical culture and health. The essence of the concepts of "Health-Saving Technologies", "Physical Culture and Recreation Technologies", their impact on children’s health and features of use have been revealed. It is emphasized that a necessary component of Physical Culture and Recreation Technology is the use of both individual physical exercises and their complexes. The expediency of introducing Physical Culture and Recreation Technologies in the educational process of Health has been determined, which should provide comfortable conditions for the development of children’s movements and prevent negative impacts on the health of the stressful environment. Modern requirements for Physical Culture and Recreation Work, which is the basis for the rational organization of the motor regime, have been taken into account. Article describes the organizational and pedagogical conditions for the use of Physical Culture and Recreation Technologies in the professional activities of future educators. It is noted that the requirements of the modern market environment for the competitiveness of a specialist are not only a high level of students’ assimilation of theoretical material and practical work skills, but also the development of personal qualities. Examples of the use of individual research tasks (IRT) focused on the activation of educational activities of higher education applicants, the transformation of passive assimilation of knowledge into their active application in quasi-professional and real situations of educational activity are positioned. It is established that mastering the knowledge, skills and abilities of future educators to design and apply Physical Culture and Recreation Technologies will contribute to the formation of health-saving competence in preschool children.

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