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information society
information and communication technologies
global educational nets

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I. D. Malytska, “GLOBAL EDUCATIONAL NETS: INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCE”, ITLT, vol. 2, no. 1, Sep. 2010, doi: 10.33407/itlt.v2i1.275.


In the article the importance of information and communication technologies, particularly – global educational networks, for the development of educational systems of foreign countries and Ukraine is determined. The resources of global educational networks (HappyChild, GLORIAD, GlobalSchoolNet, IEARN, Educared) and their use in educational process of comprehensive schools in foreign countries are examined.
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Глобальна освітня мережа “Айорн” -

Глобальна освітня мережа EducaRed -

Глобальна освітня мережа Global SchoolNet (GSN) -

Глобальна Навчаюча мережа з глобального розвитку Red Global de Apredizaje para el Dessarrollo (Global Development Learning Network (GDLN) –

Глобальна освітня мережа «Щаслива дитина» (HappyChild) –

Декларація в сфері розвитку європейської політики стосовно використання новітніх інформаційних технологій. – Портал Ради Європи

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Національна доктрина розвитку освіти, розділ IХ “Інформаційні технології в освіті”, п.19 –

Науково-освітня мережа GLORIAD – http: //

Lisbon Strategy Conclusions – (Lisbon to Brussels) by theme – June 2004 – p.93

Naisbitt, J. Global Paradox: The Bigger the World Economy, the More Powerful Its Smallest Players. New York: William Morrow. – 1994. – 304 р.

TofflerA. The third wave. – N.-Y., 1983. –

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