Ljiljana Mitić

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The aim of this paper is to present the significance of modern, electronic didactic media in the realization of physical education (PE) classes. PE helps students become skilled, active, healthy, responsible, independent and competent, able to think analytically and critically, and ready to act in new and unexpected situations. The didactic media open up wide application in contemporary PE classes that seeks to overcome the disadvantages of traditional teaching. It involves the introduction of innovative models of PE, as well as the use of modern didactic media. Advantages of the implementation are numerous, and most often emphasized: better motivation, and better communication between PE teachers and students in the educational process.


Physical Education, Didactic Media, Student, Teacher

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