Features of teaching children in organizations of additional education and their health state

Written by Gritsina O.P., Trankovskaya L.V., Yarovova D.S.

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The health of children who attend supplementary education requires special attention. Analysis of literature has shown that most of the work in this area is devoted to institutions of physical culture and health. However, data on the health of children involved in organizations in other areas are presented only in separate publications. There are also no publications that comprehensively characterize the conditions of the students› stay in the organizations of additional education. Not fully studied the regime of the day, the state of mental and physical performance, especially the adaptation to the general education school of children engaged in such institutions. The questions of prevention of unfavorable influence on the growing organism of the factors of the educational environment in the organizations of additional education require solution.

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O.P. Gritsina, L.V. Trankovskaya, D.S. Yarovova
Pacific State Medical University (2 Ostryakova Ave. Vladivostok 690002 Russian Federation)

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