National followers in the students use of educational technologies instruction of interests
Keywords:attitude, communication, component, creativity, development, education, ideology, intellect, interests, national skill, technology, training, voluntarism
This article discusses how to use the craft of national crafts. More importantly, the role of the teacher in the learning process is determined by the fact that the learners are helped by independent learning. In addition to teaching the readers not only the knowledge they have, they also understand their role in teaching independent, creative thinking, critical thinking about their personality and knowledge, analyzing information, identifying what needs to be done, drawing conclusions, and teaching their own ideas. The main purpose of collaborative learning is to work on a common problem and focus on the problem.
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