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Training Courses for Informatics Teachers Teaching the Third-Year High School Students Talented in Informatics Successfully Held

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Training courses were successfully organized for informatics teachers teaching third-year high school students talented in informatics

As part of the project “Building Key Computing Competencies - Towards the Workforce of the Future” implemented by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in collaboration with the Ministry of Education, the Petlja Foundation successfully organized training courses for informatics teachers teaching third-grade high school students talented in informatics.


The training programs were focused on adapting teaching to new changes in the curriculum, with a focus on two subjects: Programming and Databases for the third grade of high school. The training topics were separated and focused on the specific needs of teachers for each subject.


Both training courses had the status of public interest programmes in accordance with the Decision of the Minister of Education and were completely free of charge. They were organized on weekends and they were available in several time slots at three locations - the Mathematical Grammar School, and the IT Grammar School in Belgrade, as well as the “Jovan Jovanović Zmaj” Grammar School in Novi Sad.


The reception of the training was extremely positive. All the participants who successfully completed the training estimated that this training will improve their work in the classroom and provide them with additional tools that they can use for teaching students who display special talent in informatics.