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general secondary school
information and communication technologies
pedagogical innovations

How to Cite

N. M. Lavrychenko, “РERSPECTIVES OF THE INFORMATION MODEL OF SCHOOL”, ITLT, vol. 9, no. 1, Aug. 2010, doi: 10.33407/itlt.v9i1.31.


In the article the author analyses the changes in school educational process caused by progressive IT penetration, as well as covers the views of the European pedagogues on the developmental prospects of the information model of school.
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