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| Published 26. 7. 2014. 14:01 | RSS

ISE workshop on Web 2.0 teaching tools

The "Programs and Web 2.0 Teaching Tools" workshop was held on 24 June at CARNet's headquarters in Zagreb. The workshop was conducted by Vesna Tomić, a professor of computer science at the A.G. Matoš High School in Đakovo, as part of the Inspiring Science Education project, funded under the Information and Communication Technologies Policy Support Programme as a part of the Competitiveness and Innovation Framework Programme (CIP ICT PSP).
The participants had the opportunity to familiarize themselves with the popular search engine Wolfram Alpha, the WordWall and Yenka applications for the development of educational materials, and the Wordle, LinoIt and Buncee Web 2.0 tools. The workshop was accompanied by an open Loomen course which can be used as a reminder for everything that was learned in the course of the workshop.
At the end of the workshop, the participants filled out a short survey on their level of satisfaction with the workshop and the results of the survey have showed that the participants were extremely satisfied, as is evident from the average score of 4.7 out of 5. The positive feedback of the participants is certainly one of the reasons for applying for the "Programs and Web 2.0 Teaching Tools" workshop which will be held on 27 August at the Šećerana Elementary School. Applications are in progress and are possible until all the available places are taken, but no later than 20 August.
For successful application, it is necessary to send an e-mail to with your full name and surname, school name, the subject you teach and the name of the workshop for which you are applying.
It is certainly worth mentioning that all the workshop participants will receive a certificate of participation.
This workshop is just one in a series of workshops on the use of technology in teaching science and related subjects, which is held as part of the ISE project, whereas you may find out more on the following and previous workshops at