swimming team coach
Address: 644046, Omsk, st. Decembrists, 178
Phone: (3812) 30-34-13
Candidate of pedagogical sciences, Associate Professor
Candidate of pedagogical sciences, Associate Professor
MS for swimming
Doctor of pedagogical sciences, professor
There are two periods in the history of physical education and sports at TEMIIT — OSTU: Tomsk (1930—1961) and Omsk (since 1961). In the first period, military and physical training were closely interconnected. From 1935—1938 in parallel with the military, a military physical education department was established, which was commanded in 1935—1936. — N.K. Voytyuk, in 1936–1937 — P.K. Orel, and in 1937-1938. - M. N. Nikolaev. In 1938, two separate departments were formed: “Military” and “Physical Culture”. M.N. Nikolaev was appointed the head of the military department, N.K. Zhuravlev — the department of physical education. In 1940-1941, these two departments were again united into one — “Military physical training”. The first staff of the department consisted of nine teachers under the direction of M.N. Nikolaev. In the period from 1941-1943. the department worked as a part of only six to seven teachers, led by Sobolevsky. The number of teachers decreased due to a decrease in the number of students at the university.
In 1948, in parallel with the department of military-physical training, led by Kuleshov, a department of physical education and sports was established, which was headed by Artemyev. In the years 1949—1950. The Department of Physical Education and Sport was headed by N.K. Zhuravlev, who was later replaced by N.Ya. Rublev.
The material base of the department could be described as follows: a large sports hall, a ski base, a garage, which housed a motor section and a GAZ AA DOSAAF car. For classes and passing the rules of the TRP, the Tomsk stadium Dynamo was used, which was located opposite the institute. Swimming was handed over on the Tom river, skis - across the river on the town and on the Basandayke river. After 1953, when A. A. Seregin became the rector, his own stadium was built in the area of the pontoon bridge. Motosection received a large room in the basement of the new hostel. TEMIIT was the smallest university in Tomsk, but its teams were leaders in many sports.
When the Institute was relocated to Omsk in 1961, during the formation of the department, additional teachers of Omsk were invited. Composition of the department 1961–1966: N. Ya. Rublev — head of the department, I.G. Fadeev, V.G. Golovlev, Yu.V. Golubev, V.A. Konovalov, A.I. Muller, B.N Kozik, V.N. Popkov, V.Ya. Razumovich, P.N. Smirnov, N.S. Trubin, N.N. Shilova; laboratory assistants — I.P. Rubleva, A.N. Darovsky, I.Ya. Feklistov, V.F. Malykhin; G.M. Arshansky is a doctor.
The sports base of the department in Omsk in 1961 was located in poorly adapted club premises. In the only sports hall, classes were held on the main course and the sports development course in gymnastics, basketball, athletics, volleyball, wrestling.
From 1968 to 1975, the head of the department was the senior lecturer V. Konovalov. The work to develop the sports base of the department began in 1970, when an “insert” was built between the dormitories, which housed the halls of weightlifting, gymnastics, and wrestling. Later a chess club was built, a ski base for 250 pairs of skis, a shooting range. In 1971, a sports and health camp was built in with. Black Rays. In 1974, a four-hall sports complex was put into operation, which housed the halls of sports games, gymnastics, weightlifting, boxing, outdoor sports grounds, a gymnastic town, a tennis court, and a treadmill.
In the years 1976-1980 the head of the department is the senior lecturer L.N. Gridnev, in 1981-1985. — Associate Professor B.P. Yakimovich, in 1986—2002. — Associate Professor V.A. Konovalov, from 2003 to 2009 — Doctor of Technical Sciences, Associate Professor S.G. Shantarenko. From 2009 to the present, the department is headed by the candidate of pedagogical sciences, associate professor Egor Nikolaevich Mironenko.
The staff of the department take an active part in the public, sports life of the university. For many years of work and successes in labor and pedagogical activities, many employees are awarded with diplomas, diplomas and other incentives.
Over the years the department has prepared: masters of sports, candidates for masters of sports, athletes of the first sports category. Many university graduates in the past were excellent athletes, currently occupying positions of responsibility in the railway system and the university (A.N. Strazhnikov, A.I. Povarnin, A.D. Rusak, E.N. Kulinich, G.F. Gusev and etc.).
The research work is carried out on the state budget theme “Formation of the physical culture of the individual in the professional training of students”. All teachers of the department work on the topic of research and scientific-methodological conferences of teachers are held annually.
Training of scientific and pedagogical personnel: on dissertations work: Mironenko E.N., Martynenko A.N. - on a doctoral dissertation, Koksharov A.V., Krizhivetskaya O.V. - on a candidate thesis.
Student research work: from 15 to 18 students performing work in the field of sports and physical wellness are annually involved in research work. Student scientific conferences are held annually, at which 12-15 students make presentations. Students take part in regional competitions of student research papers, city and regional scientific and practical conferences.
Participation in conferences, dissertations, publications. Teachers of the department annually speak at international congresses “Olympic Sports and Sports for All” (Moscow, Alma-Ata, Kiev), All-Russian (Moscow, St. Petersburg, Tyumen, Surgut, Omsk) and regional conferences. According to the results of scientific research, teachers of the department over the past three years have published 42 publications (articles and abstracts of scientific reports), including nine articles in publications recommended by the Higher Attestation Commission, seven teaching aids, including one under the heading of UMO Railway on physical education and to sports.
Teachers of the department (Mironenko E.N., Trescheva O.L., Karpeev A.G., Shulpina V.P., Pavlova I.V., Tereshchenko A.A., Nefedchenko A.N., Koksharov A.V., Krizhivetskaya O.V., Kudlenok N.Yu.) Four collective monographs were published in the series: “Pedagogy: family - school - society”, “Educational and innovative technologies: theory and practice” (Voronezh).
Teachers O.L. Trescheva, A.G. Karpeev, I.Yu. Gorskaya, and E.N. Mironenko regularly act as opponents at the defense of dissertation works.
Professors Trescheva O.L., Karpeev A.G., Gorskaya I.Yu. Are members of doctoral dissertation councils in the specialties 13.00.01, 13.00.04, 13.00.08 at Siberian Transport University, Siberian State Sports University, Tyumen State University.
The educational work in physical culture and sport at OSTU is conducted with students of 1—4 courses according to the state physical education program for universities in accordance with GEF 3+. The training load is about 19 thousand hours.
The purpose of physical education of students is the formation of a physical culture of the individual and the ability to use various means of physical culture and sports aimed at maintaining and strengthening health, psychophysical training and self-training for future professional activities.
Implementation of the main provisions of the concept of modernization of Russian education is carried out at the Faculty of the Federal Reserve for the following areas:
- the formation of a healthy lifestyle of students;
- improvement of the educational process by turning the physical education more towards sports.
In this regard, the educational process is carried out at the main preparatory departments, as well as in special medical groups. Classes are held in general physical training, as well as taking into account the sports specialization of students in such types of physical culture and sports as athletics, football, basketball, badminton, weight-lifting, powerlifting, aerobics, etc.
Currently, the full-time faculty of the department "Physical Education and Sport" is represented by 15 full-time and 7 part-time workers, 3 doctors of pedagogical sciences, professors, 12 candidates of pedagogical sciences, 10 have the title of assistant professor. 72.7% of them have a degree and/or an academic rank.