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The Modular Galvanization of the Nature of Self at the source of the university’s three missions

E.V. Skovin
80,00 Р

UDC 378

https://doi.org/10.20339/AM.12-21.056                  

 

E.V. Skovin is Dr. Sci. (Pedagogy), Honorary Professor at Abkhaz State University, Sukhumi, e-mail: skovin.e@mail.ru

 

The modern requirements for the mission of the university are considered, the modular approach to learning in universities is analyzed, a methodological rationale for the use of modular technology in the Abkhaz State University is given, the modular architecture of the construction of the educational process is presented.

Key words: mission of the university, rating, didactic module, semester module, individual trajectory of study, students’ self-studying.

 

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