THE MAIN PECULIARITIES OF EVALUATING STUDENT'S KNOWLEDGE AND SKILL THROUGH A CREDIT MODULE SYSTEM
This article explores the main peculiarities of evaluating students' knowledge and skills within the framework of a credit module system. The credit module system has gained prominence in higher education as it offers flexibility and a learner-centered approach. This article delves into the distinctive features of assessing student performance in this system, including the use of credit hours, continuous evaluation, and competency-based assessments. It also discusses the challenges and benefits associated with this approach, providing insights for educators, institutions, and policymakers seeking to enhance the effectiveness of student evaluation in modern higher education.