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Saidmuratov, . S. K. (2024). NON-STANDARD STUDY TASKS USED IN BOTANY TEACHING. Confrencea, 5, 98–101. Retrieved from


Independent study is a form of education offered by many high
schools, colleges, and other educational institutions. It is sometimes referred to as
directed study, and is an educational activity undertaken by an individual with little
to no supervision. Typically a student and professor or teacher agree upon a topic
for the student to research with guidance from the instructor for an agreed upon
amount of credits. Independent studies provide a way for well-motivated students to
pursue a topic of interest that does not necessarily fit into a traditional academic
curriculum. They are a way for students to learn specialized material or gain research
experience [4]. In the early twenty-first century, many courses delivered within a
traditional format are expected to have some component of independent study and
to build independent learning skills. The major elements of independent study are
the following: individualized teaching and learning takes place through the student's
activity; a tutorial relationship exists; learning is m

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