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New phenomenons in high school of the USA

V.I. Korsunov
80,00 Р

 

Victor I. Korsunov,

Vice-Rector for International Relations and Continuing Education,

Cand.Sc. (Education), Professor,

Associate Member of International Academy of Higher Education.

Sakhalin State University

E-mail: vkorsunov@sakhgu.ru

 

Analyzed are qualitatively new phenomenons in development of high school in the USA, conditioned by development of information technologies of education. Presented is an analysis of various problems of American university education, arising from the era of ubiquitous information technologies, as well as experience of solving of some of the named problems.

Key words: new informational technologies of education, high school of the USA, on-line education, problems of traditional and electronic text-books in high school libraries and bookselling shops.

 

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