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Application of modern informational technologies in the educational and training process on physical culture and sports in higher educational institutions.

Danyliuk Valerii; Nazarova Inna

The article analyzes the importance of introducing modern information technologies into the educational and training process of physical education and sport. It is specified that scientists share certain directions of application of information technologies in the field of physical culture and sports to three interrelated groups: 1) reference and methodical: the development of multimedia manuals, the creation of information databases; 2) those related to the study of the physical aspects of the body of an athlete: biomechanical, psychological and statistical directions; 3) analytical: simulation of sports movements and the creation of computer simulators-stimulants. The peculiarities of using multimedia technologies, virtual reality technologies, educational, diagnostic, recreational programs in education and sports are considered and disclosed. The importance of their use in the modern information world for the upbringing and improvement of student youth, increasing the effectiveness of the activities of teachers of physical education, trainers, and judges is established. It is shown that in the field of physical culture and sports, computer technologies allow to carry out operational control over physical condition, to show the dynamics of the level of health, physical development and physical fitness of athletes, to control the effectiveness of the selected training and, thus, to positively influence the physical culture and health and the training process. It is proved that the use of information technologies is an effective means of optimizing and improving the quality of training of both teachers and students, and formation of interest in them in classes.

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