Pedagogical Methods for Teaching the Discipline “Medicinal Plants and Phytotherapy” at the Department of Pharmacy of IFNMU


quality of teaching
educational process
Department of Pharmacy


In the article the algorithm of the study that encompasses a two-way process: the promotional activity of student to study and the activity of the lecturer in teaching information taking into account an individual approach to every student is given. It is revealed that one of the main aspects of teaching at the Chair of Pharmacy is participation in the organization of purposeful and systematic teacher’s influence on the student to achieve the educational objective, including learning knowledge and mastering skills by the students.


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