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PSYCHOSOMATIC CHARACTERISTICS OF CHILDREN ACCORDING TO THE RESULTS OF MEDICAL PEDAGOGICAL MONITORING OF HEALTH-FORMING ACTIVITIES IN SCHOOLS


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The authors report on the results of the study, showing children’s health to be the main factor, critical for the success of schooling activities. The conceptual model of the work is the influence of the pedagogical process on the psycho-emotional state as the particular regulator of psychosomatic characteristics of children, determining their health. The success in achieving biosocial tasks, such as exploring school program depends on the efficiency of the lack of adaptation (ill-health) prevention. The authors analyzed 5 modern pedagogical technologies in dynamics in regard to some health psycho somatic indices. In order to make the comprehensive evaluation of the results, the authors used the integral indices technique. The data were compared to those related to the control cohorts, involved children from the other forms, but the same age, who were taught by traditional methods. The most favorable indices correspond to the state of the somatic health in the children, who showed advanced physical activities as they were taught under the corrected conditions due to the special methods of teaching, namely in the regime of dynamic poses and collective techniques of teaching. Taking into account individual peculiarities related to the cognition and socialization, the authors marked the positive influence of diversity-oriented pedagogic technologies on the psychosomatic indices in terms of productive activities. The way of the monitoring evaluation with the involvement of the indices allows stable optimization of education activities including the choice of the most efficient technology for every school and preserving potential resources of children’s health.


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