1National Academy of the Army, Department of Physical Education, Special Physical Training and Sports, Lviv, Ukraine
2Military Institute of Armored Forces of National Technical University “Kharkiv Polytechnic Institute, Department of Physical Education, Special Physical Training and Sports, Kharkiv, Ukraine
Motivation of Forming Students’ Healthcare Culture on Principles of Interdisciplinary Integration
This article demonstrates the effectiveness of the motivation of students to the formation of health preservation culture on the basis of interdisciplinary integration. As the object of the research, we have developed methods for motivating students to form a culture of healthcare on the basis of interdisciplinary integration. The study involved 208 students from two higher educational institutions of Ukraine (Ivan Franko Lviv National University, Yuriy Fedkovych Chernivtsi National University). Students were divided into control (n=86) and experimental groups (n=122). As the verification result, we have identified and compared the effectiveness of the motivation of students in the control and experimental groups to form healthcare culture on the basis of interdisciplinary integration. The digital indicators of the obtained results confirm the suitability of using the author technique in the process of studying the following disciplines: “Safety of life”, “Philosophy”, “History of Ukrainian culture”, and “Physical education”.
interdisciplinary integration, healthcare, students, training, motivation
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