The course " Invisible " is intended for students in the 10th to 11th grades who wish to deepen their knowledge in the field of biology and is substantively focused.
The " Invisible " course provides practical and orientation for students to study micro-organisms and provides a great opportunity for students ' self-development, which is consistent with research.
The main objective of the course is to create conditions for students to develop their skills in formulating problems and finding solutions to them.
- Disclosure and deepening of leading biological concepts;
- To develop thinking and speech through creative tasks;
- Formulation of professions such as microbiologist, epidemiologist, laboratory, teacher, technology and others;
- Create conditions for self-study.
The basic part of the course includes 17 sessions. The course can be used by educators in a manner that is consistent with the pedagogical tasks. The course ' s material greatly enhances students ' knowledge of the diversity and characteristics of micro-organisms and the practical application of microbiology knowledge. Although this material is being studied in the basic course, it has a small number of hours, with some topics being studied on average at a lack of information and science.
The CIM uses " Teaching materials for classes " , " Worth of learning " . " Teaching materials for classes " are a source of information for students. The same course is needed for successful learning: textbooks, dictionaries, encyclopedia, scientific and public literature, Internet resources.
In the course of the programme, students are familiar with biological sciences such as bacteriology, genetic engineering, biotechnology. The course promotes inter-priority relationships because it is closely linked to environment, chemistry, mathematics, hygiene, medicine and other sciences.
The use of a problematic learning approach does not transfer knowledge to a pupil in a ready form, but teach him to learn from the learning process. The teacher performs the role of a problem-bearer, i.e. ensuring that students have their own information requests, helps in the formulation of learning problems.