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Title The problem of formation of students' health culture
Authors Smolyakova, I.D.
Keywords здоровий спосіб життя
здоровый образ жизни
healthy lifestyle
психолого-педагогічні підходи
психолого-педагогические подходы
psychological and pedagogical approaches
Type Conference Papers
Date of Issue 2016
URI http://essuir.sumdu.edu.ua/handle/123456789/48737
Publisher Sumy State Uiversity
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Citation Smolyakova, I.D. The problem of formation of students' health culture [Текст] / I.D. Smolyakova // Інноваційні технології в системі підвищення кваліфікації фахівців фізичного виховання і спорту: тези доповідей ІІI Міжнародної науково-методичної конференції, м. Суми, 14-15 квітня 2016 р. / Відп. за вип. В.М. Сергієнко. – Суми: СумДУ, 2016. – С. 175-176.
Abstract Thus, to form the attitude to the health culture as being the first value, to give the knowledge that is necessary for everyone’s life, and to learn to live a healthy lifestyle are the most important tasks for the future specialist. These aims can be achieved with the help of a rational combination of psycho-pedagogical and medical-biological approaches, and the main base for the formation of students’ health culture should be the physical education during the learning process of the university.
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