Mental Enlightenment Scientific-Methodological Journal


This article is devoted to the learning process of physics for non-physics specialists in high schools. When training specialists studying in the relevant specialties of higher professional education, the university has the right to use the specified structure, content and procedure for implementing a cycle of general mathematical and natural science disciplines, changing the depth of elaboration of individual sections of the programs. This can lead to a redistribution of educational material between lectures, seminars and laboratory workers, a change in their nature and focus

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