Ivanova Olga Georgievna
Head of Municipal Autonomous Preschool Educational Institution, Autonomous Preschool Educational Institution № 2, madou.2@mail.ru, Leninsk-Kuznetsky
Kazin Еduard Mikhaylovich
Доктор биологических наук, Dr. Sci. (Biolog.), Prof. of the Department of Physiology and Genetics, Kemerovo State University, kazin_valeol@mail.ru, Kemerovo
Krasnoshlikova Olga Gennadievna
Доктор педагогических наук, Prof., Rector, Kuzbass Regional Institute of Skills Improvement and Retraining for Educators, Russia, ipk@kuz-edu.ru, Kemerovo
Abaskalova Nadegda Pavlovna
Доктор педагогических наук, Professor of the Department of Anatomy, Physiology & Safety of life, Novosibirsk state pedagogical university, Abaskalova2005@mail.ru, Novosibirsk


The purpose of the article is the theoretical justification and experimental verification of the organizational and pedagogical conditions for updating the health-saving capacity of the municipal preschool education system. A programme has been developed and tested for monitoring the health-saving potential of the municipal of preschool education system at the municipal and local levels. Methodology: the potential of a municipal entity (V. M. Zakharova, O. V. Kovalchuk, T. I. Pudenko), the health-saving capacity of an educational organization (M. M. Bezrukikh, A. R. Virabova, Yu. Yu. Yeleseev, Yu. V. Kleshchina, V. D. Sonkin); updating of the health-saving capacity (V. A. Stolbova, M. D. Sharygina). Main results: the article formulates the organizational and pedagogical conditions for the updating and building up the health-saving capacity of the municipal preschool education system at the municipal and local levels.
learners, capacity, health-saving capacity, municipal education system, preschool educational institution, capacity building, updating of the capacity, monitoring programme

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