Central Asian Problems of Modern Science and Education


The article discusses the importance of independent learning in essence, the main goal and mission of independent work of students, as well as the quality of the curriculum. The classification of independent creative works, which the student and the director should do when forming the director, is presented. On this topic, developed guidelines

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