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Title: Modular Training Of General Chemistry
Authors: Perederina, I. A.
Tveryakova, E. N.
Miroshnichenko, Julia Yurievna
Drygunova, L. A.
Keywords: integrative training; invariant and variable components; adsorption; интегративное образование; образовательные программы; адсорбция; модульное обучение; химия
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: Future Academy
Citation: Modular Training Of General Chemistry / I. A. Perederina [et al.] // The European Proceedings of Social & Behavioural Sciences (EpSBS). — 2018. — Vol. 35 : Research Paradigms Transformation in Social Sciences (RPTSS 2017) : International Conference, 18-21 May 2017, Tomsk, Russia : [proceedings]. — [P. 900-905].
Abstract: Modular teaching is a novel approach, which integrates basic science - General Chemistry with a medical profile in the form of a module. The integrative-modular technology that was introduced at the Chemistry Department of the Siberian State Medical University (SSMU) for the study of general chemistry has shown high efficiency of the successful mastering of the subject. To design educational programs the paradigm of training was exchanged to the paradigm of productive exercises with greater independence of students who become designers of their own knowledge, professional and universal competences. The developed integrative course is professionally oriented to solve future clinical problems. For the implementation of this technology, a new teaching and methodical complex has been created. The following technologies are most often used during training: informative-developmental, interactive and practice-centered, contextual training, team work, games etc., developmental, task-oriented and learner-centered technologies. The article describes the use of combination of academic and innovative methods and technologies of training. At present, the offered training materials on General Chemistry are being adapted for students taking bilingual training. General feedback obtained from the students showed that all of them felt that modular training was a more interesting and useful teaching learning experience than conventional teaching.
ISSN: 2357-1330
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