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Educational and methodical work of the department

  The department trains students of 1-2 courses of the faculties of folk medicine, medicine, pediatrics, medical prevention, medical biology according to the modular program of the discipline "histology, cytology and embryology".

  For each faculty and course, classes are conducted on the basis of the following approved documents:

  - Qualification characteristics;

  - State standard;

  - Curriculum;

  - Training work program;

  -Calendar and thematic plan.

  - modern educational technologies (graphic organizers, case technology and projection method).

  In the learning process, the following technical means of learning are used.

  A telecommunications system has been organized in which thematic videos, presentations, multimedia programs, lectures and practical classes are broadcast using televisions connected to a central computer. There is a single bank of scanned images designed for unified learning, structured in accordance with the curriculum, and corresponding to all sections of the curriculum.

  Library of the department.

  • The library has more than 500 units of educational literature in English, Uzbek and Russian.
  • The electronic library includes a textbook, atlases, textbooks, teaching aids, lecture texts, etc.

  Laboratory work is actively carried out at the department.

  • Laboratory classes at the department are conducted according to a calendar thematic plan developed for each faculty.
  • Micro-preparations of tissues and organs related to subjects studied in laboratory classes are examined and diagnosed under a microscope and entered into a workbook.

  Independent work of students.

  Types of independent work of students,

  1. Training using interactive technologies.

  2. Training with the help of micro-preparations, electronic images, images on an atlas and visual aids.

  3. Preparation of histological preparations.

  4. Writing essays using information from the Internet.

  5. Preparation of tables on new topics via the Internet of data.

  6. Preparation of interactive games on subject topics.

  7. Making crosswords.

  8. Preparation of presentations on the topic.

  9. Writing notes on topics.

  10. Subject materials students discuss and communicate with each other.

  Data on the assessment of students' knowledge, student attendance and indicators of mastery of subjects.

  Control and assessment of a student's knowledge on the subject of histology, cytology and embryology in accordance with the "rating regulation on the control and assessment of students' knowledge in higher educational universitetions", amended and supplemented by the Order of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Uzbekistan dated August 25, 2010 No. 333, and the order of the Rector of the Universitete dated September 12, 2013 No. 43 "On amendments and additions in the system "about the universitetion, Dated December 19, 2013 "About conducting training sessions at the Universitete for the assessment and control of students' knowledge in the organization of the educational process in the credit-modular system", approved by Order No. 951/U "On the organization of the Intranet in the e-learning system", as well as the protocol of the Academic Council of Sammu dated June 15, 2016 No. 9 recommendation letter", and is done as follows.

  The procedure for evaluating the educational process of students.

  Assessment is one of the stages of completion of the educational process of students, showing the level of assimilation of the educational process by students. Defines the evaluation process: oral survey, test, written work, the result of practical skills.

  Assessment according to the modular system, current assessments of the educational process, and based on the sum of the results of the final control of the module, the traditional 5th assessment according to the system is set.

  The IC is conducted and evaluated in the presence of the deputy deans on the basis of the schedule drawn up by the Dean of the faculty, in the form in which the university used wax tests on ATM computers.