Innovative Intestification of Testing of Strength Endurance in Physical Education of Students With Chronic Diseases
The study objective is to substantiate and implement modern information-communication technologies (ICT) means for improving the testing of strength endurance of hands and upper body of students with chronic diseases in physical education.
Materials and methods. To solve the research tasks used the methods of comparing and contrasting are used and analysis, synthesis, abstraction, formalization and technical modelling.
Results. The result of a scientific search aimed at integrating ICT into test control of strength endurance of students with chronic diseases is a device of capacitive sensor testing. The designed capacitive touch tester is based on a combination of modern nanotechnology and microprocessor systems, including smart phone’s, tablets, etc. It is a constructive solution for electronic measuring systems of spatial position of objects based on capacitive sensor devices.
Conclusions. The effectiveness of using the designed device in testing students’ of strength endurance of hands and upper body is achieved through the ease of use and compactness of the device, student-friendly testing procedure and the efficiency and reliability of control.
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