Enhancement of Master Students’ Professional Preparation on the Basis of Modern Technologies

  •  E. E. Seydakhmetov    
  •  B. M. Baimukhanbetov    
  •  S. B. Aknazarov    
  •  K. I. Alshynbayev    
  •  S. T. Nyshanova    


In the period of passing to the world civilization and democratic tradition, the Republic of Kazakhstan pays great importance to the general values heritage of human society stored/perpetuated over the centuries and the enhancement of specialists’ professional preparations through forming healthy life style habits on the basis of modern technologies and developing physical-upbringing on the spiritual and moral base. This problem was raised as one of the actual tasks of the education system in the program “Kazakhstan-2030” of the President N. Nazarbayev, 2014; in the law of the Republic of Kazakhstan “About knowledge”, 2008; and “The State Program of the education development in the Republic of Kazakhstan for 2011-2020”, 2010.

The investigation of physical upbringing, modern technology and advances of experiments in a close connection with of the national and general human values laws is one of the obligations of the professional pedagogy science resulted from the requirements of the modern society. Considering the essence of physical upbringing according to the requirements of modern society is defined by recognizing a person not as a successful offspring of the environment in which he lives, but also as a subject distinguished by his physical culture and moral relationships. Considerable changes in the society are bringing some changes to person’s purposes, manner of life and behavior and even in him as a subject. Furthermore, the literacy in the society, comprehensive investigations on the nature, essence and functions of physical culture and spiritual values and the necessity of considering the problem of using modern technology in the system of preparing master-students in the scientific pedagogical direction define the importance of our research theme.

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