Анализ Стратегий Командного Поведения Участников Проектов Совместной Деятельности, Соответствующих Целям Резолюции Генеральной Ассамблеи ООН В Области Образования Для Устойчивого Развития
The article examines projects of joint activities in different online educational communities that correspond to the goals of the UN General Assembly resolution in the field of education for sustainable development. There were identified the goals from the 17 goals of the UN General Assembly Resolution No. 70/1 of 25.09.2015 of education for sustainable development, which are achieved with the successful implementation of joint activities network educational projects. The concepts of constructive and destructive individual and team participant’s activities were defined in network joint activity educational projects that negatively affect in joint projects the achievement of the identified goals of the UN General Assembly resolution of education for sustainable development. The article develops criterias for the selection of projects for the analysis of joint activitie's strategies of participant's team behavior. There were analyzed 3 selected internet platforms: «Moscow Electronic School: the electronic library of the MESH», «Strong ideas for the new Time of the ASI» and the crowdsourcing educational platform of the Moscow State Pedagogical University «PreObrazovanie» regarding the degree of the goals achievement of the UN General Assembly resolution of education for sustainable development and the tools used in this process. There were identified projects with non-standard participant's actions that observed aimed at achieving goals that are not related to the goals of the UN General Assembly resolution of education for sustainable development. According to them, the signs and main types of participant’s teamwork classifications were identified in joint activities in network educational communities. At the end of the article were empirically developed 5 types of team participant’s destructive behavior strategies in Internet joint activity projects. Signs, tactics and criterias for evaluating each type of strategy have been developed in order to identify them in subsequent implemented network educational joint activity projects and transform their destructive nature into a constructive channel to maximize the likelihood of achieving the identified goals of the UN General Assembly resolution of education for sustainable development.