Organization of Physics Lessons on the Basis of Module Educational Technology Light Dispersion

Sharipova Shakhnoza


This article discusses the modular educational technology that stands out among the pedagogical technologies. Modular learning allows students to develop their knowledge and personal skills. This technology is based on the knowledge acquisition by students as a teaching result, working with popular science literature and information.


Dispersion; Monochromatic; Refraction Law; Optical Properties; Normal Dispersion; Anomalous Dispersion; Triangular Prism; Spectrum; Absorption Spectrum

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