Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item:https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12259/99831
Type of publication: Straipsnis / Article
Author(s): Medonis, Aurimas;Blauzdys, Vincentas
Title: Fizinės saviugdos aktualinimas paauglių fizinių ypatybių ugdymui (-si)
Other Title: Meaningfulness of adolescents employing the physical self-education process towards the development of physical features
Is part of: Sporto mokslas, 2014, nr. 2, p. 71-78
Date: 2014
Keywords: Gimnazija;Paaugliai;Fizinė saviugda;Fizinės ypatybės;Adolescents of upper-secondary school;Physical self-education;Physical features
Abstract: Our researchers have found that a narrow focus on the properties of physical education within sessions taken in the classroom prevent from enhancing the prestige of physical education as a teaching subject and inhibits students’ attitudes and abilities to consciously practice physical education. Thus, in our case, the implementation of physical self-education through physical education classes encouraged the students for developing the values of physical education and in fairly striving for physical abilities, health and learning success considering personal expectations and resources. Comprehensive school has been recommended to adapt the curriculum in such a manner that each learner, according to individual needs and abilities, would mature as a personality and acquire competencies necessary for further education as well as for a meaningful and active life in democratic society (Strategy for Creating, Implementing, Evaluating and Renewing the Content of Comprehensive Education for the period 2006–2012, 2007). It is therefore worth exploring the problem which is the issue of the content of physical self-education and technology selection that concentrates on developing the physical qualities of the upper-secondary school student. [...]
Internet: https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12259/99831
Appears in Collections:Sporto mokslas, 2014, Nr. 2

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