The rapid development of social technologies, observed in recent years, influences lifestyle and work style of young generation in particular. It also imposes new requirements for education system, which ought to be customized for the conditions in which so called digital natives grow up (they are not familiar with living without computers, Internet nor cell phones). Such issues were the subject of research conducted in 2010 by the team of CREN SGH. The actions undertaken as a modernization of teaching processes in the Great Britain, which pretends to title of a leader in transformation in education, were examined as an example of good practices. The conclusions from the aforementioned analysis constitute the pivotal content of the following article. They also served as a basis for comparison of Polish education with the trends observed in the countries in which the process of transformation is already advanced.
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