QUALITY OF OPEN CLASSES IN THE DEPARTMENT PHARMACEUTICAL AND TOXICOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY

QUALITY OF OPEN CLASSES IN THE DEPARTMENT  PHARMACEUTICAL AND TOXICOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY

On April 26 this year, the staff of the department of education quality, PhD Rasulov S.M., Rasuli F. and the head of the department, doctor of chemistry, professor U.R. Rajabov participated in an open lesson of the department of pharmaceutical and toxicological chemistry. This lesson was conducted by the candidate of chemical sciences, associate professor of the department Nazarova Kh.D. on the topic: "Metal poisons (Detection and mineralization)". An open lesson was held for fourth year students, group 2 of the faculty of pharmacy.

In accordance with the plan provided by the education quality department, the employees analyzed the practical lesson, assessed the quality of this lesson: the subject was pharmaceutical and toxicological chemistry, the topic of the lesson was "Metal Poisons", 25 people participated, the language of instruction was tajik.

Employees of the department of education quality determined that there is a program, the topic is relevant for the program, and this is also noted in the journal. Visual aids, technical aids and training materials were available as needed. Most of the students were ready for the lesson and the teacher used his professional skills to prepare the students for the lesson. The teacher made wider use of new teaching methods in the classroom and the logical sequence of thinking and the culture of the teacher's speech was clearly felt. We observed the interaction of the teacher with the students and their activity in the classroom. All students had access to the lesson content. Important questions, understanding of key phrases and difficult questions were clarified. Classroom problem solving, the instructor's ability to resolve controversial issues, active teaching methods, and a commitment to interdisciplinary communication were important. The teacher paid special attention to the implementation of independent work in the classroom and assignments on this issue (presentation of literature, teaching materials, etc.). The teacher's attitude to students, her demanding attitude and behavior to the lesson, her role in the development of personal and professional qualities of students are commendable. The staff of the Education Quality Department came to the conclusion that the previous lesson met the methodological requirements.

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION QUALITY


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