ANALYSIS OF SCHOOL INFORMATIZATION MODELS IN THE SYSTEMS OF EDUCATION IN FOREIGN COUNTRIES
Keywords:informatization of education, UNESCO model, BECTA Matrix
Informatization of education is an integral part of society informatization, it reflects general trends of globalization development processes in the world, existing as the determining basis of information and communication development of education, the harmonious development of personality and socio-economic systems of society. Today, informatization of education is developing spontaneously, its consequences are deeply controversial, so this trend demands the understanding, assessment and strategy (model). The article analyzes the experience of foreign models creation of school informatization assessment for use of this experience later in secondary education in Ukraine.
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