At the third Coding Challenge on micro:bit devices, the team of the elementary school "Emilija Ostojić" from Požega won with the project "Svetlosno-zvučni rasterivač ptica". See others:
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The Petlja Foundation organizes online training for the application of micro:bits in teaching, for computer science teachers who teach in the fifth grade.
International online conference on new models of education in a pandemic.
The third cycle of trainings for primary school teachers from Serbia has begun, and this time around our teachers come from the school administrations of Valjevo, Užice and Čačak.
In cooperation with the Petlja Foundation, we have developed a manual that covers teaching topics in the subject of Engineering and Technology for the eighth grade.
Applications are open until Friday, 21 August, at 17.00..
The meeting was held on Friday 29 May, 2020.
The second coding competition on micro:bit devices, was won by "Jovan Jovanović Zmaj" primary school from Svilajnac.
The British Council is looking for consultants to support the delivery of 21st Century Schools Project.
PC Press has been selecting the best sites in Serbia for 23 years. We have stood out this year with our work in the field of education.
At a ceremony at the Metropol Hotel in Belgrade, British Council donated 17,500 micro:bits to representatives of schools in Serbia participating in the School's 21st Century programme.
21st century schools is an ambitious, three-year educational program financed by the UK government and implemented across the Western Balkans by the British Council.
Education World forum is held from 19 to 22 January in London where 1200 delegates from 112 countries are discussing changes and reforms in the education. British Council has had a pleasure of accompanying representatives of the Ministries of Education from Western Balkan countries.
British Council took part in this year's Science fair and presented practical part of its 21st Century Schools program, the micro:bit technology
RH The Duke of Kent visit to Belgrade included activities related to 21st Century Schools programme.
Regional competition was held on 4 April 2019 during the Digital Summit in Belgrade, Serbia.
In our premises Cooperation agreement with 'Petlja Foundation' was signed as a part of '21st Century Schools' project