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Lyudmila N. Voloshina
Lyudmila K. Buslovskaya
Alexey Ju. Kovtunenko
Yulia P. Ryzhkova
Yulia A. Prokopenko


adaptative potential, future teachers, physical activity, misadaptation, health, stress, body functionality


Purpose of the study: The topicality of the research is determined by the social order for a healthy personality, awareness of education possibilities to improve the adaptative potential, competitiveness, and activity.

Methodology: The assessment of the health state was based on the medical examination results in the clinic of Belgorod National Research University. Somatometric, somatoscopic and physiometric methods were used to define the functional state of the students’ organism.

Results: The health of a growing person starts with the health of his family and the teacher. The quality of the pedagogical strategy and the tactics of healthy generation education are defined by the teacher’s ability to design a personal model of safe behavior and to assess his own health adaptive risks and students too. Adaptative potential assessment of a future teacher as an integral health indicator at the primary stage of his professional training will determine the measures to prevent misadaptation and design strategies for personal safe behavior.

Applications of this study: This research can be used for the universities, teachers, and students.

Novelty/Originality of this study: In this research, the model of the Adaptive Potential Assessment of Future Teachers at the First Stage of their Professional Training is presented in a comprehensive and complete manner.


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