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Volume 26, 2020First International Scientific-Practical Conference “Actual Issues of Physical Education and Innovation in Sports” (PES 2020)
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Transdisciplinary model for quality control of bachelor’s training in “Physical culture”
South Ural State University of Humanities and Education, 454080, Chelyabinsk, Russia
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The article considers the component content of the transdisciplinary model for quality control of bachelor’s training in “Physical culture” at the strategic (potential) level, tactical (optimal) level, and operational (subject-operational) levels. Interiorized subjectivity, the awareness of the physical culture process and sports self-improvement, and exteriorized subjectivity are identified as criteria for evaluating the quality of bachelor’s training in the “Physical culture”. We used the questionnaire “autonomy-dependence” by G. S. Parygin, “Methodology for diagnosing the level of reflection development” by A.V. Karpov to study the feature of transdisciplinary model for quality control of bachelor’s training in “Physical culture”. We used a modified questionnaire by V. I. Baidenko to study soft skills forming process. The software “SPSS v 17.0”, descriptive statistics, φ* Fischer criterion were used for statistics. As a result of the formative in result of experiment, significant differences in reflexivity are observed. Thus, at the operational level, there is a predominance of retrospective reflection. Differences in the reflection level are identified at the tactical level. Comparison of KG and EG after conducting a formative experiment using the “autonomy” criterion allows us to conclude that there are statistically significant differences (p≤ 0.01). Significant differences in the concepts of competencies in KG and EG with an error (p≤ 0.01) were identified by the criterion of “maintaining” competencies. Thus, the introduction of a transdisciplinary model for quality control of bachelor’s training in the “Physical culture” allows us to introduce innovative changes in bachelor’s training based on the methodology of transdisciplinarity.
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