Kamaiev V.O. Problemsandwaystoimproveorganizationandconductionofphysicaleducationtraining for foreignstudents. There were examined organizational and conductional peculiarities ofphysicaleducationtraining for foreignstudents in higher medical institution. 92 foreignstudents took part in the questionnaire procedure. It is suggested that the discipline should be revised not only as a mean for health conditions strengthening and motor activity increasing, but also as effective mean of social and professional adaptation for foreignstudents. The objective and subjective dificulties and complications were determined during the process oforganizationandconductionof trainings for students from foreign countries. It is suggested to take into account their motivation, wish and level ofphysicaland functional qualiication.
Scientists have different view on the structure of methodic competence of teachers. T.Ye. Kocharian thinks that in structural aspect methodic competence of a teacher of vocational education establishment includes: professional knowledge, professional skills, personal qualities, which are ensured by didactic, organizing-analytical and personal talents of pedagogue . The structures of college teacher ’s methodic competence V.S. Shagan imagines as combination of 4 components: cognitive, praxiological, personality’s and motivation-axiological . I.F. Igropulo marks out: value-motivational, cognitive, reflexive, functionally-active components [7, pg. 160]. The same components of higher educational establishment’s teacher are regarded by N.V, Solovyova [15, 19]. Instead of functional-activity component this scientist marks out technological and evaluating ones. A.V. Kyselev defines methodic competence as integrative quality of pedagogue’s personality, which manifests in his social pedagogical demands, which in their turn, are expressed in ability to effectively influence on students, on the base of having combination of psychological- pedagogical and subjective knowledge and skills and development of professional qualities .
Generalization of results of the researches permits to say that in this age there is no accelerated increment of body length. In 16 yrs age in 67% body growth stops; in 17 yrs age – in 32% of girls (N.A. Fomin, V.P. Filin, 1972). Unconfident reduction of girl students’ body masses witnesses about normalizing of active body mass at the account of aerobic exercises’ fulfillment at shaping trainings (S.V. Khruschev, M.M. Krugliy, 1982). Under influence of shaping there appeared unconfident changes of CC at inhale and exhale that prove harmonious development of organism. Because the most intensive increase of CC is registered in period of puberty (R.M. Dorokhov, I.I. Bakhrakh, 1975). Improvement of chest’s mobility is proved by increase of CE in both groups. Unconfident reduction of HBR in rest and weak response of HBR in orthostatic test point that functioning of cardio-vascular system did not significantly improve under influence of academic physical culture classes. At the same time confident reduction of HBR in rest and more expressed HBR response in orthostatic test in EG prove saving character of cardio-vascular system’s functioning and its mobility under influence of shaping trainings.
To perform the test a load source (ZD 10/90, no. 46/79) has been used. The test was conducted in accordance with STN 42 0310. As a result of this test, the variable Rm ( tensile strength ) and A6 (elongation) have been obtained. The values (Rm, A6) are arithmetical averages of values obtained from 3 samples poured under identical conditions, to eliminate effect of random events andto ensure that the measurements was objective. From this values the graphs was created (figure 2 – 3), on which is represented relation of tensile strength and elongation from amount of re-melts and filter attendance.
presentations have sequentially progressed from a masters degree to a PhD [2,3] or from a minor to a complete program . Several WEB attendees themselves started educational programs  and are now active members of the ISCB Education Committee, where a list of currently available educational programs is maintained . The new educational initiatives showcased include the S* Life Science Informatics Alliance in WEB 2001 and the Worldwide Universities Network in WEB 2002. Special sessions on industry needs (WEB 2002) and pedagogy (WEB 2003 and WEB 2004) have also been included in the program to provide perspective and depth.
Microcontroller based living room control system using Bluetooth technology will provide effective and modernized living standard.Bluetooth is a wireless technology standard for exchanging data over short distances (using short wavelength UHF radio waves in the ISM band from 2.4 to 2.485 GHz) from fixed and mobile devices, and building personal area networks (PANs). Living room control system from mobile is one of the most popular forms of wireless control technology. Researchers around the world are continuously improving our life by creating innovative applications of computing for our daily activities. Today, mobile phones come out of work place and are effectively used to communicate andto make our life easier and better than ever. In this living room control system, they are used to control the living room appliances via Bluetooth technology. Being inspired by the widespread use of wireless communication technology, we are proposing a concept of Smart Living Room System that will make our home convenient and smart. In this research,the door of the living room opens and closes by using keypad lock system. It is controlled by arduino controller and the status of the door is displayed on serial LCD. The control of light bulbs, fan speed, dim light and window angle based on wireless Bluetooth technology and microcontrollerare implemented. Users of the living room can interact with the devices by wireless mobile interface via Bluetooth. This system also requires a specialized android apk to control the living room appliances from mobile. Implementation of Smart Living Room system has several advantages. Door security system was built with a keypad that was controlled by arduino. To open the door, user must enter the correct password and if the wrong password was entered, the door will be still locked. It can save the home from entering thieves and strangers.Old and disable persons can manage the living room without using too much effort. As fan speed can be adjusted, users can maintain the room temperature as the desire. User can also vary the lighting of the room by using dim light. There isalso a window system that can be opened and closed between 0 and 180 degree as user desire.Furthermore, four light bulbs are also presented and user can switch on and offthem. All the appliances in the living room can be controlled without using too much energy. It can be controlled easily by mobile from any place of the room. While user can’t go to open or close the
A network may considerably change with certain nodes, links, flows, or parameters. To find the most important nodes, links, or other parameters to determine network structure or performance is of significant. Sensitivity analysis is originated from systems science. It explores the relationship between parametric change and systematic output, and is used to find important parameters in the system model. In principle, the sensitivity analysis used in systems science can also be extended to network analysis in which the model output means network output, network stability, network flow, network structure, or other indices, and model input means network nodes, network links, network parameters, etc. In present article, some methods for sensitivity analysis of systems / networks are described in detail.
We appreciate that some of the characteristics ofeducation in the European Union can be considered real progress in the educational act. We highlight here a distinct trend towards the extension of compulsory schooling is evident in high quality fresh all education systems in Europe, in line with the objective of reducing the dropout percentage and increased autonomy for schools and higher education institutions. Schools have more freedom when daily educational activities, such as selection of teaching methods and textbooks, grouping students for learning activities and establishing internal evaluations. In schools, teachers enjoy greater autonomy in terms of teaching methods, establish criteria for internal evaluation and selection of textbooks, according to decisions about grouping students.
Due to ethical reasons, the allocation of the groups was not randomly: he EG was composed by those willing to join the training sessions. he CG was composed by the subjects who dropped out from the program, that where those selected among the subjects whom attended less than 25% of the total sessions and those subjects who were on the waiting list to join the program. To be included in the study, subjects could not have had opportunistic diseases until, at least, three months before the training start and should be taking antiretroviral drugs. In addition, they should not have been regularly exercis- ing for at least 6 months prior to the begging of the training program. here were no drops out in both groups during the training program.
Under guidance of department’s teachers students mastered knowledge and skills on conducting of scientific researches, make reports at scientific conferences. They participate in working out of individual charts-diagrams ofphysicaleducation, programs of independent trainings for students with different nosologies. Attention was accentuated on profound study ofphysical exercises’ influence on definite nosology and working out of recommendations on improvement of health on the base of own experience. Such approach is the most interesting for disabled students.
The Health and Citizenship Integrated Education Activity, was created in the semester of 2000.2, at the initiative of the Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte (UFRN), with the purpose of making the health courses more flexible and has assumed pivotal role in the chang- ing process of the formation of health professionals. The PhysicalEducation course UFRN has appropriated of this formation space to gradually lodge curricular components to potentiate the health promotion. The purpose of the paper is to present the integration ofPhysicalEducation course UFRN along a curricular component common to other health courses. This is a peda- gogical experience report methodologically characterized as exploratory study of descriptive character of qualitative approach. It appears that the entering ofphysicaleducation provided extensions of perception on health promotion through physical activity in studentsand teachers from several courses in the field of health.
3. Dubrovsky VI. Primary health factors. Valeology. Healthy lifestyle. M.: KETOKIKA-A; Flint, 1999; p. 29–41. Russian (Ду- бровский В. И. Главные факторы здоровья. Валеология. Здо- ровый образ жизни. М.: KETOKIKA-A; Флинта, 1999; с. 29–41). 4. Bogdanov VM, Ponamorev VS, Sokolov AV. Methods and techniques of electronic distance learning in a high school course ofphysicaltraining. Theory and Practice ofPhysical Culture 2010; 2: 51–56). Russian (Богданов В. М., Пономарев А. В., Соколов А. В. Методы и технологии электронного дистанци- онного обучения в вузовском курсе физической культуры. Те- ория и практика физической культуры 2010; 2: 51–56).
Family physicians (FPs) are commonly involved in undergrad- uate teaching in Germany as well as worldwide. In German medical schools, there is a compulsory 1- to 3-week full time practical training/clerkship in certified peripheral family practices, the so-called ‘teaching practices’. These clerkships usually take place in the more advanced study years, often in the 3 rd clinical year, usually after the other major clinical rotations. In comparison to Anglo-Saxon countries these clerkships are rather short. [1–3]. FP preceptorships in Germany are based on one-on-one instruction, FPs are expected to introduce medical studentsto the characteristics of practice-based family medicine, e.g. the gate- keeper role or long-term chronic care. As part of these clerkships, students should interview and examine patients on their own. However, teaching in the practices is not very standardized, as in Germany, teach-the-teacher programs are not generally imple- mented. However, many Medical Faculties/Institutes of Family Medicine have developed guidelines for their academic teaching practices. Studies have shown that teaching in ambulant care
problems related to the environment are treated as information, not necessarily invol- ving the subjects in their actions, in the waysof acting upon the environment. Baptista, (2011, p.8) warns us that “there is no use having content and projects that deal with the defense of life if life is not defended in school dynamics itself”. The perspective of enation advances the debate in cognitive sciences and intends to preserve the relation between the actions and the actor. For Varela, the action is incarnated, embodied, linked to a subject that does not exist outside of it (being = doing). In this direction, we understand that knowing in Environmental Education implies not only interacting with contents, information coming from outside, the environment, because all knowing emerges in the actions of a body through different modes of language. Every moment we are building the realities that we want to live with our waysof acting in the world.
multiplicity and consistence as universal values to defy the forms of communication in the next milenium and at the same time reinforces the idea of net and knowledge, as an open encyclopedia, and points to the need for another form of knowledge marked by a more pluralized rationality, a more literary speech and, most of all, the certainty we are not personally separated from what we study.
Another exercise that also met students’ auditory learning style started as a visual activity and then moved into an auditory activity with listening and answering questions. Students were asked to look at a picture for a few seconds, and then the exercise they had to do was to ask to the colleague where the objects were, e.g. Where is the red clock? It is on the sofa. This kind of activity is not only cognitively demanding because students have to remember where the clocks were, but it is emotionally engaging because students want to guess it right. The activity allows studentsto develop speaking skills and at the same time trains their memory. “Guessing is actually a very powerful way of learning phrases and structures, but it is indirect because the mind is engaged with the task and is not focusing on the language. The process relates very closely to the way we develop our mother tongue. We do not consciously set out to learn it. We acquire it through continuous exposure and use” (Halliwell, 1992, p. 5). This is the sort of mentally engaging activity that Halliwell suggests teachers should use. I could see that students were very committed to what they were doing. .
Chromium is a transition metal that occurs mainly in Cr(III) and Cr(VI) oxidation states in aquatic environments. Chromium compounds are naturally found in the environment due to erosion of chromium-containing rocks, precipitation, terrestrial run-off and can be introduced by volcanic eruptions. The average Cr concentration in soil is 92 ppm, in rivers 0.7 ppb and in seawater 0.2 ppb [1 –4] and it can be much higher in polluted region. Increase in Cr concentration is caused by discharge of wastewater from electroplating and tanning industries, metallurgical, paint pigment and dying industries, sanitary landfill leaching and other chemical industries. Usage of Cr(III) in chemical industries is more variable than Cr(VI) . Although Cr(III) is an essential nutrient, Cr(VI) is well known for its toxicity to the living things due to its higher solubility and strong oxidizing nature. Hexavalent chromium toxicity is about 1,000 times higher than Cr (III) . The presence and ratio between Cr(III) and Cr(VI) depends not only on pH and oxygen concentration of the region but also on the nature and concentration of reducers, oxidation mediators and complexing agents. These co-occurrence factors are responsible for Cr(III) as the predominant species even in many oxygenated surface waters [5 –7]. The dominant Cr(III) over Cr(VI) species in aquatic environments prompted us to develop a detail analytical method of Cr(III) detection in aqueous samples toimprove our understanding on the biogeochemistry of Cr in environment. Various techniques for the determination of Cr(III) have been developed in recent years. The common analytical methods include separation of Cr(III) by high-performance liquid chro- matography (HPLC),
Barybina L.N., Semashko S.A., Kriventsova H.V. The application of individual approach in how to conduct aerobics classes with studentsof different levels of preparedness. The aim of this work was to develop a system of classes in aerobics in high school with an individual approach. On this subject has been analyzed about 15 references. 105 students took part in an experiment. The technique, which combines itness aerobics and step aerobics. The technique allows to take into account the physical capacity, functional differences, the level of preparedness and dealing with their needs, as well as to use an individual approach in the selection of means and methods ofphysicaleducation. We propose the organizationof activities in which the hall can simultaneously engage up to 5-6 subgroups: students with low itness and low levels of coordination abilities, students with an average level ofphysical itness and low levels of coordination abilities, students with high levels ofphysical itness and low levels of coordination abilities, students with an average level ofphysical itness and a high level of coordination abilities, students with high levels ofphysical itness and coordination abilities.