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Abstract

This article focuses on the teaching of chemistry in higher education institutions of the country and develops developments to address the existing problems.

Keywords

chemistry, scientific direction, higher education, methodology, psycho-methodical approach, educational needs, pedagogical technology.

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Egamberdieva Roxatoy Mamajanovna, “MODERN-INNOVATIVE MECHANISMS OF TEACHING CHEMISTRY IN HIGHER EDUCATION AND THE ESSENCE OF THEIR CONTENT”, IEJRD - International Multidisciplinary Journal, vol. 5, no. Special Issue, p. 3, Oct. 2020.

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