Ibatova Sh. M., Islamova D. S., MamatkulovaF.Kh
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In recent years, a modular training system that implements higher professional education programs has been relevant in medical educational institutions. The subject "Propedeutics of Pediatrics" occupies one of the leading places in the training of general practitioners. teaching. When teaching the subject of Pediatric Propedeutics, it is necessary to pay attention to the development of practical skills by foreign students. Modular teaching technology creates conditions for the development of thinking, memory, creative inclinations and abilities of students. Students develop a conscious attitude to learning, self-discipline, their working capacity and thinking are activated. The planned modular control of knowledge is a motivating factor and stimulates the educational and cognitive activity of students in the study of this discipline. Foreign students require special tactics and teaching methods. Often, in a group where foreign students study, not all of them have the same basic training, which is reflected in different levels of proficiency in English, which, like for the teachers of the institute, is not a native language for most students. For the preparation of international students, a group of 6-7 students of different nationalities is ideal. In the learning process, there is no need to simplify the amount of material on the subject "Pediatric Propedeutics" for students, since a qualitatively fundamental approach to teaching has been formed in the domestic education system. The student must be able to express their thoughts. Thus, the process of organizing the training of foreign students at a medical university is a complex task. The main goal of training remains to provide high-quality training of specialists.
Keywords: modular training system, foreign students, practical skills, clinical thinking, training.
Journal Name :
EPRA International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research (IJMR)

Published on : 2021-04-23

Vol : 7
Issue : 4
Month : April
Year : 2021
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