ON STUDENT UNDERSTANDING OF SELF-ISOLATION DURING THE CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC
The relevance of this work is determined by the need to study student understanding of self-isolation during the coronavirus pandemic. The purpose of the research is to study the peculiarities of student understanding of self-isolation during the quarantine period. We conduct a questionnaire using Google Forms, which allows us to effectively investigate the peculiarities of understanding self-isolation during the coronavirus pandemic. As a result of the study, the paper examines the level of student understanding of self-isolation; we reveal the level of student understanding of the value of communication with family and friends. The research's novelty and originality lie in the fact that it is the first attempt to reveal the significance of student understanding of self-isolation. We determine that in the process of self-isolation, most students acquire new knowledge through the actualization of knowledge about themselves and their place in the world.
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