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DEVELOPMENT FORMATION OF PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCE AND MORAL EDUCATION SYSTEM FOR STUDENTS OF UNIVERSITIES

Umida Mamurjanovna Bazarova; Suyarova Shahnoza Toylokovna

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2021, Volume 8, Issue 3, Pages 1242-1246

In the article, from the standpoint of the competence-based development of the formation of professional competence and the system of moral education of students of a technical university, the organization of the educational trajectory of students of a technical university in teaching a foreign language is considered. This paper describes a system of educational activities for those employed in a foreign language, which is aimed at improving the moral education of students of a technical university.

DEVELOPMENT FORMATION OF PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCE AND MORAL EDUCATION SYSTEM FOR STUDENTS OF UNIVERSITIES.

Umida Mamurjanovna Bazarova; Suyarova Shahnoza Toylokovna,

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2021, Volume 8, Issue 3, Pages 1540-1543

In the article, from the standpoint of the competence-based development of the formation of professional competence and the system of moral education of students of a technical university, the organization of the educational trajectory of students of a technical university in teaching a foreign language is considered. This paper describes a system of educational activities for those employed in a foreign language, which is aimed at improving the moral education of students of a technical university

Health students’ perspectives on the feasibility of telemedicine implementation in Indonesia

Nuzulul Kusuma Putri; Akbar Sujiwa

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 5, Pages 746-751

Background:Telemedicine is widely introduced to maximize ICT utilization in improving patient health outcomes by increasing the access to health and medical information. The interaction between health professionals and ICT implementation in telemedicine leads to massive changes in the health systems.
Aims:This study aims to investigate the future health professionals’ opinions about the feasibility of telemedicine implementation in Indonesia.
Methods:Expository essays on telemedicine were analyzed using qualitative content analysis. These essays were written up as part of the quality management in healthcare courses in the public health bachelor’s degree of Universitas Airlangga. 34 essays were included in the analysis.
Results:Students’ perspectives were portrayed through four overall feasibility themes: 1) technical feasibility was the most concerning issues in the implementation; 2) economic feasibility should be calculated by considering investment and operational costs; 3) operational feasibility remained low when the health professional competence in ICTs was lacking and unmotivated; 4) legal policy was urgently required. Conclusion: Based on the results, it can be concluded that the future health professionals agree that telemedicine is crucial for Indonesia.

The Influence of Social Media Facebook and Twitter on Student’s Rational Choices

Linayati Lestari; Sri Langgeng Ratnasari

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 8, Pages 632-643

The student rational choices is contributes to elections. Student’s rational choices is one of issues at the elections.. The purpose of this study was to determine the influence of social media facebook and twitter on student’s rational choices. This type of research is a quantitative descriptive study with data collection techniques using a questionnaire. The study population was 1978 people with a sample of 322 students. The sampling technique uses the table of Krejcie & Morgan formula. Hypothesis Testing Results for Social Media Facebook variables significantly influence Student’s Rational Choices. Hypothesis testing Social Media Twitter variables significantly influence Student’s Rational Choices. The results of hypothesis testing indicate that the Social Media Facebook and Twitter variables simultaneously have a significant influence on the Student’s Rational Choices. The study expected to serve as a reference to the electoral candidates in an effort to encourage the increasing number of electoral votes among universities

Education Institution Program and Children Psychosocial Crisis

M.A. Muazar Habibi; Casmudi .; Henny Damaryanti; Yenny Aman Serah; Siswadi .; Yana V. Vinokurova; Albina Kh. Khaertdinova

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 1167-1177

Basically. educational institution program suits to the needs of each institution. And
educational institution program is closely related to the needs of teachers, the number of
students, facilities and infrastructure, financial possession, curriculum, learning strategies,
guidance and counseling, educational supervision, and community relations. In the toddlerhood
stage, the children seek to explore freedom as a process of self-discovery. Children have their
own rituals to control and organize the environment. A big toddler has the motto "I can do it
myself". When they do something positive, they develop a sense of autonomy. They imagine as
people who can manage the situation well to meet their own needs. In the final stages of
toddlerhood, children can already experiment with autonomy, as a strong basis for selfconfidence
and the pleasure of being free. Toddlers keep struggling with activities until they can
master them.

The Role Of Pedagogical Technologies In The Formation Of Students' Scientific Outlook

Sh.A. Abdujalilova; S.B. Qorayev

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 3, Pages 4377-4384

The article focuses on the role of pedagogical technologies in the formation of students' scientific worldview and its specific features. At the same time, the problem of pedagogical technologies has been studied in depth from a pedagogical point of view on a scientific basis. However, when they are applied to the educational process, it is noted that the issue of psychological impact on the student's personality (his mental processes) has not been seriously studied so far. After all, the human personality is a psychological object with a very complex and multi-layered structure. Pedagogical technologies affect the student's personality as a whole, creating certain changes in it. Pedagogical technologies influence the formation of their scientific worldview as a way of conveying certain content to the minds of students. Also, the harmony of form and content of educational tasks, that is, the placement of content on the basis of effective pedagogical technologies, is the basis for the development of students' scientific outlook. Proof of this is reflected in the article.

Developing Professional Skills Of Students In Foreign Language Education (In Non-Phylological Universities)

Atadjanova Shakhnoz Abbasovna; Urinboeva Khayotkhon Mahamadinovna

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 3, Pages 5727-5738

This scientific article deals with the issues of teaching foreign languages in non-philological universities in the period of COVID-19. Nowadays, in the process of foreign language teaching is focused on the solution of current problems, such as the formation and development of professional skills of future professionals in various fields. The peculiarities of foreign language teaching have been studied broadly, and the scientific work of scientists in this area has been analyzed to a certain extent. The importance of professional education in the formation of professional skills of future professionals was also analyzed. Learning reading in a foreign language is a tool for a future specialist to become competitive.

An Effective Form And Means Of Developing Social Activity In Students

Malika Jumazoda Bakhtiyarovna

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 3, Pages 2484-2490

Annotation: In this article, we aim to reflect on the activity that is formed as a result of the application of theoretical knowledge in practice. Social activism is one of the most important aspects of an individual’s activities. It is manifested in the participation of the individual in society and community work; based to a certain extent on the understanding of political and moral identity. Fostering social activism is not only an increase in the level of participation in public affairs, but also the formation of motives that determine the moral orientation of young people. The main pedagogical and psychological conditions of activity are the formation of the student community and each of its members in the form of social attitudes that meet the requirements of society and time - the accumulation of experience. A number of scientific researches on improvement of pedagogical mechanisms of social adaptation of students, development of technologies of preparation for pedagogical activity are carried out in the world. In particular, it is important to improve the professional socialization of students by ensuring their didactic adaptation to higher education, the development of optimal pedagogical conditions for the effective organization of tutoring.
The model of social adaptation of students of pedagogical higher education institution was based on four stages of interaction: interpersonal, interfaculty, interaction with the higher education institution (HEI), professional-value stage (in the first stage of study at the pedagogical higher education institution it is important to overcome the following didactic difficulties Significant complication of the content and volume of educational material (one report contains information on five or six schools, academic lyceums and vocational colleges); new forms and methods of teaching in relation to the school, academic lyceum (lectures, seminars, colloquiums, debates and others); the complexity of the language of the scientific text and lecture material; the lack of skills and abilities of the student to work independently.

The Organization and Management of National Education System

Wiflihani .; Juliaans Eliezer Rulland Marantika; Hery Winoto Tj; Dicky Hendrawan; Pradana Chairy Azhar; Mohzana .

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 1349-1365

understudies that endures all through life. Training is sorted out by
giving models, building self discipline, and building up understudies' innovativeness in the
learning procedure. Training is completed by building up a culture of perusing, composing and
math for all residents. Instruction is completed by enabling all segments of society through
support in the organization and quality control of instructive administrations. In the
administration of the national instruction framework, the party in question is the president, while
the operationalization of the board by the president is alloted to the service or clergyman