STATE OF FORMATION OF ORGANIZATIONAL COMPETENCE IN FUTURE SPECIALISTS IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND SPORT OF THE ARMED FORCES OF UKRAINE
Keywords:organizational competence, summative stage of the experiment, state of formedness, criterion, indicator, levels, research methods
The paper is devoted to the coverage of the results of the summative stage of the pedagogical experiment on the formation of organizational competence of future professionals in physical culture and sports of the Armed Forces of Ukraine (hereinafter "the AFU"). An algorithm is presented for determining the levels of formedness of their organizational competence according to a number of criteria: value-motivational, cognitive, activity, managerial, individual-mental and subject and their corresponding components of the phenomenon under study. The application of these criteria and their indicators made it possible to determine the levels of formedness of organizational competence of the subjects (low, medium, high). The study was conducted with cadets of the Educational and Scientific Institute of Physical Culture and Sports and Health Technologies of the National Ivan Cherniakhovskyi University of Defense of Ukraine.
In the 1st academic year, the high level of formedness of organizational competence was identified as following: high - 1.66%, medium – 15%, low – 83.33% and, accordingly, in the 2nd academic year, the high level of formation was: high 5.55%, medium – 22.22%, low – 72.22%; in the 3rd academic year, the high level was at 4.55%, medium – 19.69%, low – 75.75%; in the 4th academic year, the high level was at 5.12%, medium – 21.8%, low – 73.07%.
These input data allow drawing a conclusion that the coefficients for each component have a low level of formedness of the organizational competence of future professionals in physical culture and sports, namely: value-motivational – 1.53, cognitive – 1.13, activity – 1.35, managerial – 1, individual-mental – 1.44 and subject – 1.13. The greatest difficulties occurred at the stage of diagnosing managerial, cognitive and subject components. The vast majority of respondents could not reach even a low level of formedness on these components. The results of the summative stage of the pedagogical experiment showed a low level of formedness of the organizational competence of future professionals in physical culture and sports, namely, the coefficient of formedness was 1.23. This made it possible, on the one hand, to establish the conditions that affect its formation, and on the other hand, to emphasize the need to introduce additional pedagogical conditions for its formation at the formative stage of the experiment.
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