FORMING OF THE STRATEGY OF IMPLEMENTATION INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES INTO BRITISH SYSTEM OF PEDAGOGICAL EDUCATION
The UK pedagogical educational system, despite the centuries-old educational tradition, formed recently - only in the last century. Thus, Britain constantly updates and modernizes the pedagogical system, building up positive experience changes, in particular through information educational system. Clarified that since the 90s pedagogical education in this country experienced large-scale sweeping changes, which became the standard tooloriented use of ICT. Based on theoretical and empirical studies analyzed the experience of strategy for ICT in the pedagogical education of Great Britain and found that the assessment of British experience of to use information and communication technologies should take into account the developments of international organizations in the field of education - international dimension on the use of ICT in education. It was found that processes of implementing the information and communication technologies in the pedagogical education carried out within the political, socio-economic, cultural, historical, educational traditions and characteristics that determine the development of national educational systems and educational policy. It is concluded that the necessary borrowing is not a simple mechanical transfer of theoretical and scientific findings and practical recommendations in this field in the particular theory and practice of pedagogical education but creative use of ideas of positive foreign experience.
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