ICT Curricula

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ICT Curricula

Within the grant scheme “Further development and implementation of the Croatian Qualifications Framework”, Croatian Academic and Research Network – CARNET is successful winner of the grant for the project “Development of ICT curricula, qualifications and program elements in primary education – Developing elements qualifications, programs and curricula the part of computer competence in primary education “, funded from the Instrument for Pre-Accession Assistance (IPA), Component IV from Human Resources Development.

The project was carried out from 19.8.2013. to 18.2.2015.

The overall project objective is to develop ICT and cross-curricular modules of school curriculum in primary school education in accordance with the National Framework Curriculum, using the Croatian Qualifications Framework methodology for eight subjects (Croatian language, Mathematics and Physics, History and Geography, Chemistry and Biology, and foreign language) in four grades (5th to 8th).

The Project Results

The project results are:

  • Primary School curricula in the cross-subject area of ICT in four grades (5th to 8th) – The use of ICT in elementary school
  • Teacher manual for implementation of curricula and digital learning materials
  • Interactive digital learning materials in four grades (5th to 8th).

The project is implemented in partnership between CARNET as a beneficiary of the grant, Education and Teacher Training Agency, Open University Algebra and in cooperation with Croatian Information Technology Association.

The total project value is EUR 436,901.07, while the amount of financial resources provided by the EU amounts to EUR 397,405.21.

Co-financing

The contents of this document are the sole responsibility of CARNET and can under no circumstances be regarded as reflecting the position of the European Union.

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