Nataša Hoić-Božić (Author) ResearcherID: N-3983-2013 University of Rijeka, Department of Informatics
Start date: 2017 End date: 2019
Scientific / art field, discipline and subdiscipline
SOCIAL SCIENCES Information and Communication Sciences
Workshop syllabus was created for education of primary junior grade teachers during Erasmus+ project (2017-1-HR01-KA201-035362). The main goal of the GLAT education is to encourage teachers in integration of computational and algorithmic thinking, problem-solving skills, logic and creativity into the daily teaching through different subjects in students’ younger ages in a fun and attractive way using Game Based Learning (GBL).
Syllabus includes schedules for all workshop sessions with learning outcomes, topics, evaluation methods, and tasks for participants (teachers). Syllabus includes also handouts of presentations that are used for lectures during the workshops.
This document presents an introduction to other content created by project’s experts: presentations for the sessions of the workshops, the GLAT teacher’s guide, and learning scenarios prepared by teachers that serve as examples of good practice.