This article deals with the formation of independent work of students’ in terms of credit technology of education where independent work under the guidance of a teacher and extracurricular independent work are presented with pedagogical value and its possibilities to use all general didactic methods.
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Saydazimova, Durdona; Arzikulov, Mukum; and Kayumov, Bakhrom
"Independent work of students’ in terms of credit technology of education,"
Central Asian Journal of Education: Vol. 5
, Article 4.
Available at: https://uzjournals.edu.uz/cjedu/vol5/iss2/4