Organizating a lesson according to the consentrative intensive studies
AbstractThe paper describes the possibility of organization of laboratory lessons by the concentrative intensive teaching technology. The laboratory lessons with the dividing students in three groups: theoretician, experimenter and analyst were described in details. As a result the analysis of the concentrative intensive teaching technology is shown for development independency in self- work, pair- and group-work of students and active participation on discussions.
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