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Y. M. Bogachkov, V. Y. Bykov, V. O. Krasnoshapka, V. M. Kukharenko, and Y. Y. Pasikhov, “PROJECT CONCEPT “DISTANCE LEARNING OF PUPILS"”, ITLT, vol. 13, no. 5, Aug. 2010, doi: 10.33407/itlt.v13i5.186.


The concept of the project "Distance Learning School” is considered. The aim of the project is the practical testing of technologies for distance learning in a real educational process in mainstream education. As a result of the project is expected to obtain experimental data needed to determine the quantitative characteristics of backbone elements of distance learning students.
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