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virtual community
virtual subject community
virtual community structure
math and science education
school education quality
communities types
knowledge base

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S. G. Lytvynova and N. T. Zadorozhna, “METODOLOGY TO CREATE AND COORDINATE THE VITRUAL SUBJECT COMMUNITIES BAZED ON WEB TECHNOLOGY”, ITLT, vol. 29, no. 3, Jun. 2012, doi: 10.33407/itlt.v29i3.670.


The article analyzes the virtual subject communities and subject communities framework development. It describes how to encourage subject teachers to work in the community, to create awareness and learning, teaching and developing materials to ensure their use in schools, to support community through blogs.

There is a definition of the virtual subject community, its characteristics and types of (a stable, popular, active, knowledge base) in the article. The structure of the virtual subject community is given. There is the analysis of the community according to various criteria (participants, methodological support, developed lessons, presentations, photo files, video tutorial links and announcement).

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Литвинова С. Г. Віртуальний клас як комп’ютерно орієнтоване навчальне середовище вчителя загальноосвітнього навчального закладу [Електронний ресурс] / Світлана Григорівна Литвинова // Інформаційні технології і засоби навчання. – 2011. – №2(22). – Режим доступу: – Назва з екрана.

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Про схвалення Концепції Державної цільової соціальної програми підвищення якості шкільної природничо-математичної освіти на період до 2015 року – [Електронний ресурс]. – Режим доступу: – Заголовок з екрану.

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