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Improvement of the Master's Training in the  
University in the Context of Educational Standards  
of the New Generation  
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Anastasia V. Stafeeva , Nikolay B. Vorobyov , Svetlana S. Ivanova , Maxim A. Balakin ,  
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Irina Y. Burkhanova , Mariyash E. Akmambetova , Elena A. Saveleva-Rath  
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Department of Physical Education Theoretical Foundations, Kozma Minin Nizhny Novgorod State Pedagogical University, Nizhny Novgorod, Russia  
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Department of Vocational Education and Management of Educational Systems, Kozma Minin Nizhny Novgorod State Pedagogical University,  
Nizhny Novgorod, Russia  
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Department of Pedagogy and Continuing Professional Education, Astrakhan State University, Astrakhan, Russia  
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Department of Children 's Camps, Federal State Budget Educational Institution "International Child Center "Artek", Yalta, Russia  
Received: 18/12/2019  
Accepted: 19/03/2020  
Published: 20/02/2020  
Abstract  
The topic of the investigation is considered relevant due to the fact that at the moment in the higher education establishments of the  
Russian Federation the federal educational standard of a new generation (three plus plus) has commenced in many majors. This standard  
implies the formation of general professional and universal competencies among university graduates. Professional competencies can  
be established as compulsory or recommended by the main educational program. In this regard, the theoretical necessity and practical  
development of the content of educational programs, which will include not only general professional competencies, but also professional  
ones, which will solve the tasks of developing the skills required by a professional standard by type of activity, is an urgent need. The  
goal is to develop new approaches, forms and criteria for assessing professional competency (PC-1) formulated in the main educational  
master degree program in the major 44.04.01 Pedagogical education, “Educational technologies in the field of physical education”. The  
leading method of research on this topic is the analysis of existing approaches to the implementation of the FSES (Federal State  
Educational Standard, 2018) three plus plus, the development of the content of the discipline "Modern educational technologies in the  
physical education of children and adults", as well as the criteria for assessing professional competencies in the process of studying the  
discipline in the master's program. The article discusses examples of a project assignment and contextual task for master degree students,  
the implementation of which determines the degree of formation of skills to implement modern educational technologies of PE for  
teaching and development of children and adults engaged in educational activities, to analyze the process of their effectiveness using  
modern science methods, as well as information and innovative technologies. Materials can be applied to improve the quality of PE  
teachers training on the level of Master`s program and organize the control and evaluation activities of future teachers in order to  
objectively evaluate the achieved learning outcomes.  
Keywords: Teacher, Master's program, Educational standard, Basic educational program, Professional competencies, Forms for  
assessing learning outcomes  
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Introduction  
1Master's training in the Russian Federation is one of the  
Currently, pedagogical universities are implementing the  
third generation standard, the so-called standard “three two  
plus”. This standard focuses educational institutions on the  
formation of three types of competencies: universal, general  
professional and professional. Moreover, the first two types of  
competencies are proposed by the standard as compulsory.  
Professional competencies established by the educational  
program are formed on the basis of professional standards that  
correspond to the professional activities of students and can be  
formulated by the educational institution on their own. These  
professional competencies can be established as compulsory or  
recommended by the main educational program [8, 9]. Thus,  
the urgent need is the theoretical justification and practical  
development of the content of educational programs, which  
will include not only general professional competencies, but  
also professional ones, which will help to solve the problems of  
stages in the implementation of basic professional educational  
programs in the multi-level structure of higher education. The  
integration of Russian higher education in the European space  
also affects the requirements for graduate students [1, 2, 3].  
“The master must be able to consciously apply the acquired  
knowledge in solving new non-standard problems, have the  
ability to solve problems with incomplete or limited  
information, communicative and organizational and  
managerial skills, be prepared for a systematic independent  
development and increase the level of education. For the  
successful implementation of the tasks set, it is necessary to  
build a flexible and dynamic system of master training, capable  
of transformation, which is based on principles that promote the  
development of competitive highly qualified personnel” [4, 5,  
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Corresponding author: Anastasia V. Stafeeva, Department of Physical Education Theoretical Foundations, Kozma Minin Nizhny  
Novgorod State Pedagogical University, Nizhny Novgorod, Russia. E-mail: staffanastasiya@yandex.ru.  
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developing skills required by a professional standard by type of  
activity [10, 11, 12].  
main goal of the module is to prepare masters in the field of  
physical education to implement the design of educational  
space and manage it, as well as to manage the process of self-  
development as an individual and professional. These factors  
are considered to provide a social, personal and professional  
readiness to increase professional, pedagogical and managerial  
skills [19-22]. During the implementation of this module,  
students receive basic competencies in the field of  
organizational, managerial, design and reflective and  
evaluative activities that provide the optimal level of readiness  
for building a career in the field of physical education and  
sports [23-26].  
The main target group is made up of bachelors and  
specialists in the field of PE who are professionally focused on  
realizing their potential in the field of physical education and  
sports (future physical education teachers, trainers and teachers  
in additional educational institutions, instructors in fitness  
centers, etc.).  
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Methodological Framework  
The methodological basis for conducting research aimed at  
developing new approaches to improving the training of master  
students in teachers training was the activity approach, which  
laid the foundation for the design of the FSES, which focuses  
on the inclusion of students in the activity, thereby making it  
possible to describe the results of educational and cognitive  
activities of students using educational results [13-15].  
From the standpoint of the Professional Standard of the  
teacher and in the logic of the activity approach, the structure  
of educational results can be described on the basis of the  
following components: knowledge needed to perform actions;  
actions; skills as a personal characteristic of mastery of actions.  
This means that in order to assess the degree of formation of  
competencies among graduates of a certain major, taking into  
account the Professional Standard, it is necessary to decompose  
the competencies at the level of PPEP (Principle Professional  
Educational Program), putting each set of educational results in  
accordance with each competency [1618].  
The curriculum of the discipline "Modern educational  
technologies in the physical education of children and adults"  
is oriented to full-time master degree students of the program:  
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4.04.01- Pedagogical education, major "Educational  
technologies in the field of physical education." In the structure  
of the module, the discipline "Modern educational technologies  
in the physical education of children and adults" is compulsory.  
In the course of studying the discipline, students master  
theoretical and practical material on the design of modern  
technologies for the physical education of children and adults.  
The discipline aims at creating the conditions for the  
formation of competencies among master degree students  
necessary for further education in the field of physical  
education and sports.  
By educational results, we mean the student's activity  
indicators presented in the form of a description of their  
identifiable actions. The formulating of these indicators, as O.I.  
Rebrin points out, should reflect what "the student needs to  
know, understand and / or be able to demonstrate at the end of  
the learning process or part of it." This procedure allows the  
selection of academic disciplines, to fill them with content and  
to determine the objects of assessment by discipline (module)  
in the form of sets of educational results.  
To create the competency of PC-1 in the framework of the  
study of the discipline, educational competencies were  
formulated on the basis of the following labor activities  
presented in the professional standard "Teacher":  
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Results and Discussion  
At Minin University Principle Professional Educational  
Program 04.04.01 Pedagogical education, major “Educational  
technologies in the field of physical education” is currently  
implementing. The goal of the Principle Professional  
Educational Program (PPEP) is the development of students'  
personal qualities and the formation of universal, general  
professional and professional competencies in accordance with  
the Federal State Educational Standard [12] of Higher  
Education in 04.04.01 - Pedagogical education (master degree).  
The main types of professional activity in this program are  
pedagogical, organizational, managerial and research activities.  
In developing the curriculum for the implementation of the  
PPEP (Principle Professional Educational Program), in  
accordance with FSES (Federal State Educational Standard of  
Higher Education) 3 ++, the following professional standards  
were analyzed and selected for the formation of compulsory  
professional competencies: professional standard “Teacher”,  
professional standard “Teacher of professional training and  
further professional education”. As a result of this analysis and  
the correlation of types of professional activity, the professional  
competency PC-1 was formulated - “To be able to justify and  
implement modern physical education teaching technologies  
for teaching and developing children and adults, to analyze the  
process of their effective use in educational establishments”.  
To build competency PC-1, the module "Management  
Technologies in Physical Culture and Sports Organizations" in  
the amount of 27 credits is provided by the curriculum. The  
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A / 01.6.1 Development and implementation of  
curriculum programs within the framework of the basic general  
educational program  
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A / 03.6.3 The use of tools and diagnostics and  
assessment of indicators of the level and dynamics of child  
development (professional standard “Teacher of Additional  
Education” A / 01.6. Labor function: Organization of students'  
activities aimed at developing an additional general educational  
program).  
The Indicators of Competencies Achievement and Labor  
Actions (ICA) were also pointed out:  
PC-1.1. To operate methods of designing, implementing  
and determining the effectiveness of modern physical  
education teaching technologies for teaching and developing  
children and adults.  
PC-1.2. To implement modern physical education teaching  
technologies for training and development of children and  
adults engaged in educational activities, analyzes the process of  
their effectiveness using modern methods of science, as well as  
information and innovative technologies. Table 1 and 2  
presents the content of the discipline with the decomposition of  
the competencies of the PC 1.1. and PC 1.2. on the sections of  
the program and relevant assessment tools to assess their  
formation.  
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Table 1: The content and forms of assessing the formation of the Indicators of Competencies Achievement of the discipline  
Modern educational technology in the physical education of children and adults"  
Competencies decomposition Unit (topic) Assessme Grade  
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ICA  
Criteria  
code  
nt tools  
point  
(% accomplishment)  
II semester  
PC-1.1  
Knows: modern concepts of Unit 1. Modern concepts of Report  
physical education of students in physical education.  
Russia and abroad;  
7-10  
Completeness  
Can: use the methods of  
designing, implementing and  
determining the effectiveness of  
Accuracy  
Topic 1.1. Concepts of  
modern  
teaching  
educating  
physical  
technologies  
and  
education  
for  
developing  
Project  
12-18  
7-12  
physical education abroad.  
Topic 1.2. Models of  
physical education in Russia.  
Unit 2. Modern technologies  
of physical education in  
educational establishment.  
Topic 2.1. Technology of  
children and adults.  
Accuracy  
Context  
task  
physical  
training  
at  
secondary school.  
Completeness  
accuracy  
and  
Topic 2.2. Technology for  
the development of planning  
documents for educational  
material on the subject  
Project  
assignmen  
t
12-18  
Accuracy  
Physical Education” within  
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-12  
the framework of the Federal  
State Educational Standard  
Context  
task  
Total PC-1.1  
45-70  
Table 2: The content and forms of assessing the formation of the ICA of the discipline "Modern educational technology in the  
physical education of children and adults"  
Can  
PC-1.2.  
Develop and implement modern Unit 3. Modern technologies of Report  
physical education teaching physical education of youth and  
technologies for training and adults.  
7-10  
Completene  
ss  
development of children and Topic.3.1.  
adults engaged in educational technologies  
activities, analyze the process of education of students.  
their effectiveness using modern Topic 3.2. Fitness technologies  
methods of science, as well as for adults.  
Modern  
physical Project  
of  
12-18  
14-24  
Completene  
ss  
assignment  
Accuracy  
information  
technologies.  
Total PC-1.2  
and  
innovative  
Creative task  
45-70  
Thus, to assess the degree of formation of the indicator PC  
.1 the following forms of assessment were used: report,  
and criteria for their assessment, which would allow us to  
assess the degree of formation of knowledge and skills of  
master students in the study of discipline "Modern educational  
technology in the physical education of children and adults."  
For example, imagine 2 forms for assessing the ICA - 1  
competency PC-1, such as the project assignment and context  
task.  
The project assignment contains the following content:  
“Develop a technology (model) of physical education in an  
educational establishment using one of the models of physical  
education”. To complete the task, an instruction was developed:  
“The project assignment is carried out by each student. In a  
project it is necessary to give arguments for the choice of  
approach (concept) for the development of technology (model)  
of physical education in an educational establishment.  
Formulate the goal, objectives, expected results of the project.  
Develop the content of the model in accordance with the chosen  
approach. Identify development prospects, educational effects,  
pedagogical risks. Draw conclusions. Project protection is  
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project assignment, context task. These forms make it possible  
for students to evaluate the knowledge of modern concepts of  
physical education of students in Russia and abroad, as well as  
some skills in using the methods of designing, implementing  
and determining the effectiveness of modern physical  
education teaching technologies for training and developing  
children and adults. Table 2 presents the content of the  
discipline with the decomposition of the competencies of PC  
1
.2. According to the sections of the program and the  
corresponding assessment tools to assess their formation.  
Based on the statute on midterm assessment of Minin  
University, the levels of formation of professional competence  
PС-1 were developed. Based on the situation, the master  
student can receive 70 points during the semester, according to  
the results of completed tasks on the ICA - 1 from 25 to 42  
points in the first semester and ICA - 2 in the second semester  
(
table 3) .The greatest difficulty is the development of forms  
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carried out in the form of a public presentation at the lesson, as  
part of a contact independent work or in an electronic  
educational environment. Also, criteria and a rating scale for  
the project, where the maximum mark for a project assignment,  
according to the discipline rating, is 18 points, and the  
minimum mark is 12 points (table 4) were developed. The  
content of the context task “Development of physical training  
in a secondary school” was developed on the topic of the  
discipline “Technology of physical training in a secondary  
school” and is formulated as follows: “One of the primary tasks  
of physical education lessons at school is to achieve the proper  
level of development of endurance, as the most important  
physical quality that affects the indicators of the functional  
capabilities of the body of schoolchildren, and thereby  
contributes to the preservation and strengthening of health. The  
problem of planning the endurance physical quality in the  
process of physical education of schoolchildren is due to the  
difficulty in achieving a cumulative effect, a small arsenal of  
adequate methods for developing endurance, as well as  
difficulties in assessing the level of development of this quality  
depending on the age and physical characteristics of the  
students. In this regard, the problem arises of developing a  
technology for the development of physical qualities for  
endurance training for students of various age groups. Choose  
one age group (7-11 years old, 12-15 years old, 16-17 years old)  
as agreed with the teacher and for the selected age group,  
complete the following tasks." After reviewing the content,  
master students need to complete the following tasks: 1.  
Develop a training program for 1 month (mesocycle) to educate  
the various types of endurance that you detcided for this age  
group. Justify the selected tools and methods. Plan your classes  
at least 3 times a week (the duration of the lesson (or part of the  
lesson aimed at developing endurance) is from 20-30 minutes).  
of endurance with the procedure and units, justify their choice.  
Tests must meet the requirements of information content and  
reliability. Table 5 presents the assessment scale for the context  
task, where the maximum score for the case is 15 points, the  
minimum score is 12 points.  
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. Conclusion  
To sum up, the need to build the ability of teachers to  
complete the labor functions presented by the professional  
standard of a teacher and additional education teacher for  
master degree students require the formation of professional  
competencies developed by the educational establishment itself  
and which are compulsory for the educational programs of  
higher education establishments in the educational program  
“Pedagogical Education”.  
Formation of the competency PC - 1 - “Able to justify and  
implement modern physical education teaching technologies  
for training and developing children and adults, to analyze the  
process of their effective use in organizations engaged in  
educational activities” within the discipline of the educational  
program “Pedagogical education” with the major “Educational  
technologies in the field of physical training” will contribute to  
the formation of skills in the practical implementation of the  
basic theoretical and methodological principles in professional  
activities, use the psychophysiological, sociopsychological and  
biomedical laws of the development of physical abilities and  
motor skills of students, the principles and methods of physical  
education for various contingents involved in the learning  
process, as well as generate knowledge on the use of modern  
educational technologies for various contingents of students,  
projecting skills, implement and determine the effectiveness of  
modern physical education teaching technologies and  
development of children and adults.  
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. Describe the means, methods and select the load for each  
training day. Select control exercises (tests) to assess the level  
Table 3: Levels of competency formation PC-1 and labor activities A / 01.6.1, A / 03.6.3  
Code  
PC-1  
ICA  
decomposition  
I semester  
PC-1.1.  
Credit test  
II semester  
PC-1.2  
Grades  
Levels of competency formation  
Ideal  
Satisfying  
Critical  
Not satisfying  
Less 25  
45-70  
10-30  
42-46  
33-41  
33-41  
25-32  
45-70  
10-30  
42-46  
25-32  
Less 25  
Exam  
Table 4: Criteria and scale for the evaluation of the project.  
Criterion of the project assessment / Indicators  
Grade points  
1
1
2
3
2
1
. The methodological apparatus of project activities possession, 0 6  
) The relevance of the project idea substantiation  
) correct formulation of goals, objectives and expected project results  
) the content of the project idea corresponds to the problematic of the task  
. The quality of the content of the project task, 0 8  
0 2  
0 2  
0 2  
) a technology for the development of physical qualities for the academic year was developed in accordance with 0 2  
the physical education program implemented in the educational establishment  
) means of physical education selected in the technology and the load are adequate to the age characteristics of 0 2  
the contingent  
2
3
4
) work load regulation during the academic year meets the specific principles of physical education 0  2  
) the methods used to assess physical qualities are informative and correspond to the age characteristics of the 0  2  
contingent  
3
1
2
3
4
. The quality of the presentation of the project assignment products (presentations, handouts, photo-video reporting), 0-4  
) compliance of the presented materials content with the topic, type and content of the project  
) originality and presentability of positioned products of activity  
0 1  
0 1  
0 1  
0 - 1  
) conciseness and maximum information content of the text in the slide  
) presentation material: fluency in the content, communication with the audience  
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Table 5: Criteria, levels and scale assessment.  
Assessment criteria  
Markers  
Grade  
1
.The degree of the task  
The correct and complete answer to each task is received.  
The correct answer to one question is received.  
Only scattered answers to questions are given.  
3
2
1
accomplishment  
The arguments are logically structured, the statements are justified with the help  
of existing knowledge in the field of professional activity.  
3
2
.Answer validity  
There are mistakes in the logic of constructing arguments, statements are either  
not sufficiently substantiated with the help of existing knowledge in the field of  
professional activity, or some of the arguments given and their justifications do not  
correspond to the tasks.  
2
Misunderstanding of the professional situation, professional knowledge in the  
field of professional activity corresponding to the tasks has not been demonstrated.  
1
The assessing forms for professional competence  
developed and presented in the article will allow you to assess  
objectively the degree of formation of this competency in  
students studying for master's degree in the course of studying  
the discipline "Modern educational technologies in the physical  
education of children and adults", students of the educational  
program 04.04.01 Pedagogical education, in the basic  
curriculum module "Management Technologies in Physical  
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