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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 5, May 2020 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



Spiritual Diagnostics Of Higher Education Students In Uzbekistan

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AUTHOR(S)

Ismoilova Hurshida Tokhirovna

 

KEYWORDS

Criteria, diagnostics, moral education, youth policy, universal and national values, students, influence, technology, indicators, pedagogical conditions, upbringing process.

 

ABSTRACT

The article highlights the current trends in pedagogy in the university education system in Uzbekistan: the adherence to national values, the technological approach, the diagnosis of moral qualities, and the introduction of correction training. This article also focuses on a series of trainings and training sessions that highlight the basic tools of basic data science, such as the available analytical results from a wide range of student analytical, data and ethical diagnostic analyzes in three institutions. It’s also describes a joint project for implementation and evaluation. The given materials obtained are flexible and give students the ability to experiment with data and analyze themselves. Also spiritual and moral diagnostics and development of the requirements of higher education institutions of all countries of the world have always been playing important role in the society. In particular, the importance of spiritual development , the role of moral components in the development of spirituality in higher education, the role of moral and religious education in the higher education system in Uzbekistan. Author’s investigation showed that high education teachers and hands-on teachers can change their needs to meet the needs of their students in each time. Also teachers training sessions is going to provide step-by-step instructions for using lessons and interviews to focus on lesson planning and interviews and key learning skills. Due to the fact that given exercise of the teacher-facilitator is also described as a “substitute for students’ thoughts, beliefs and feelings. It means that young generations give some clear ideas about effective and ineffective class leaders”. Therefore, in the research based on the given task of defining the main directions, parameters and stages of the experimental program implementation, the author found it appropriate to analyze the situation with moral and moral education of students. This means that the study of the moral values of the youth we are planning will to some extent correct the educational and upbringing process we need to implement at the same time. Our article views aids to identify the reasons why young people abandon their moral and spiritual values and the protective functions of this condition in the minds of young people and also prior to the formative experiment, the level of moral education of future teachers was determined. In the taking some results over the years, the historic cultural values and national traditions of the country have not only been preserved, but also further developed in our sphere. These events only base for future spiritual and moral education in powers. The most systematic and profound spiritual and moral development and upbringing of an individual and specialist takes place in higher education. In this regard, the importance of purposeful formation of students' spirituality in the learning space is increasing, which requires searching the pedagogical analysis of this process in accordance with modern conditions and tools as well.

 

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