Nikolaevna, Vachkova Svetlana
October 2013
Theory & Practice of Social Development;2013, Issue 10, p1
Academic Journal
Informatization of education leads to cardinal changes in all the school activities, to qualitative transformation of its set-up. Management of the school development in the information and communication environment has some specific features affecting values, subjects, structure and process components of the school set-up. The most relevant peculiarity is emergence of the virtual projection of the school set-up, embodied as its informative reflection with certain integrity in the information and communication environment. The article describes an educational model of the school set-up management in the information and communication environment.


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