Boldov Alexander Sergeevich

The purpose is to assess the possibilities of using the KPI (Key Performance Indicators) system in the physical culture and sports activity of universities for the development of categorical components of its effectiveness.

Methods and organization of the research. The organization of this analytical study was determined by the urgent need for a strategic and structured system for evaluating the performance of physical education and sports activities of students, which will include predictive and strategic goal-setting, aimed at forming in students a greater importance of this activity as an element of increasing their own ability to work and competitiveness in further professional activities. The study used theoretical methods such as analysis, comparison, generalization and modeling.

Results and discussion. In the conducted study, the KPI (Key Performance Indicators) system, its structural components and patterns of their interaction, the requirements for its construction, as well as the principles and rules of its effective functioning were considered. An attempt was made to analytically model the activity-based application of this system in the framework of a technologized approach to the pedagogical activity of the departments of physical culture and sports of higher education institutions in order to form a component structure of the professional physical culture of the individual among the students.

Conclusion. According to the results of the analytical study, the pedagogical physical culture and sports activity of the universities’ departments of physical culture and sports can be modified using the KPI system for the greatest efficiency in the following areas of process, target and design indicators - adding situational reflection of satisfaction with classes, indicators of physiological feedback and density motor activity; reducing the number of control standards of physical fitness with their simultaneous use of functional tests, anthropometric measurements, indicators of physical development and fitness; registration of morbidity and achievements in the field of physical culture and sports.

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