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Održan još jedan webinar za nastavnike u Kantonu Sarajevo

Webinar u organizaciji Ministarstva i UNICEF-a, putem aplikacije Webex meeting, okupio je nastavnike i profesore srednjih i osnovnih škola koji su željeli nadograditi svoje digitalne kompetencije i biti sudionici edukacije na temu “Izrada web stranice, video klipa i bookleta kroz interdisciplinarni projekat Stećci”.

Tim od tri vrsna i inovativna srednjoškolska profesora matematike, informatike i programiranja, Adnan Šalaka, Haris Hamzić i Ajdin Bašić, održala su webinar za 200 polaznika.

Polaznici su imali priliku vidjeti konkretne primjere izrade web stranice, video klipa, bookleta i elektronskog materijala na temu “Stećci” uz široke mogućnosti primjene u nastavi. Profesori su pokazali kako upotreba IT tehnologija u projektnoj nastavi nastavnicima i učenicima pruža priliku da kreiraju svoje web stranice i materijale koji će im sigurno koristiti u budućem radu i profesionalnom razvoju bez obzira kojim zanimanjem se bave i u kojoj su školi. Ove aktivnosti i znanja podstiču timski rad, kreativnost, inovacije, saradnju, kritičko mišljenje, procjenu i samoprocjenu kroz zajednički rad te primjenu u svim nastavnim oblastima.

Zahvaljujemo se svim učesnicima webinara koji nas redovno prate, a sve ostale pozivamo da nam se pridruže na jednom od sljedećih webinara.

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