To Enhance the Professional and Personal Approach of Students Speech Therapists in Education

Yodgorova Nafisa Sadriddinovna


In the process of problem solving learning realized more effective assimilation of knowledge and activity methods, through the analysis of problem implying situations, problems formulation and the means for their solution by making assumptions, substantiation and hypothesis. The use of trainings is conditioned by their ability to improve one’s interpersonal interaction skills, professional abilities development, stereo- types change that make it hard for the person to cope with non-standard situations in one’s professional activity, opportunities for self-realization in

the future profession and communication. Participation in training courses helps students to become aware of their own shortcomings on the way to masterying their verbal and non-verbal skills, to identify and evaluate potential prospects, to put their knowledge into practice. The use of didactic games promotes the student transformation directed to not be regarded as the object of study but the subject of professionally oriented work, which causes one’s purposeful activity and creative participation in the independent formation of professional competence. The development of critical thinking helps the student to expand one’s mental competencies in effectively solving social, scientic and practical problems.


Project Activity, Improvement Of Knowledge, Hierarchical Structural Unity.

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