E-learning through effective strategies


  • Farangis Mukhammadieva Karshi SU
  • Zamira Shukurova Karshi SU


non-verbal, communication, online, ICT, ADHD, productivity, distant, e-learning


The focal objective of this article is to highlight the arguments about the problems which are witnessed during online education as well as active, experiential teaching and learning approaches to solve such issues. There are six possible problems, rendered in detail, as well as some creative methods briefly mentioned to make an online education effective.


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How to Cite

Mukhammadieva, F., & Shukurova, Z. (2022). E-learning through effective strategies. Science and Education, 3(7), 211–215. Retrieved from https://openscience.uz/index.php/sciedu/article/view/4069



Pedagogical Sciences