Interactive Technologies as a Means to Improve the Efficiency and Quality of the Educational Process

1Shakhnoza Kulieva, Khusniddin Juraev, Makhbuba Karimova, Mukhayo Azimova, NargizaJ uraeva


The article based on analyzing the efficiency of interactive technologies as a means to improve the quality of the educational process. As we know, today the use of interactive methods in the learning process is widely introduced. This requires the humanization, democratization, and liberalization of the learning process. In short, the center of the learning process should be the learner's personality and needs. The learning process needs to be focused on needs of learners. Personalized education serves as a driving force for the organization of student learning activities that fulfill their interests, needs, and wishes. Interactive methods aim to achieve high results in a short period of time, without exerting considerable and physical effort. Teaching theoretical knowledge to the learner, acquiring skills and competencies in specific activities, developing moral qualities, and controlling and evaluating the student's knowledge requires a great deal of skill and agility. One of the tasks of education at the present stage is to increase the effectiveness of the lesson as a means of improving the quality of education. At the same time, it is very important to determine the main provisions in the quality assessment and identify the problems that impede this movement. The word "efficiency" in translation means - the result of any action with the least expenditure of time and effort. A lesson is a key component of education. Each teacher has a specific work style. Most people prefer to explain the material while sitting at their desk or standing at the pulpit; it’s easier and more comfortable for someone to move around the audience The learner will be given the opportunity to engage in creative thinking through search, finding, and processing of textbooks, information resource centers, the Internet, various other sources, without the knowledge being readily available. It gives the teacher and the student a constant creative search, continuous development and self-improvement.


interactive method, self-improvement, educational process, competence, education, activity, learner, skills, interactive teaching.

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