e-Schools Teaching Scenarios

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In the e-Schools teaching scenarios, teachers and students can find ideas about the purposeful use of ICT, described in the form of curricular and extracurricular activities which put the student in the centre of the teaching process and are adjusted for students with special educational needs.

Teaching Scenarios

Logo scenarija poučavanjaTeaching scenarios are materials providing innovative and imaginative ideas for the purposeful application of digital tools and content and contemporary pedagogical approaches to teaching.

 They aim at:

  • primarily for teachers in primary and secondary schools
  • but are valuable content for students of teaching faculties.

Teaching scenarios emphasise correlations and interdisciplinary approaches with other courses, strengthening the content integration of different courses and enabling students to apply their knowledge, skills, and attitudes in their living environment.

Taking into consideration the specific requirements of students with special educational needs, the teaching scenarios offer adapted activities for the work with students with difficulties in learning and additional materials or activities for expanding the knowledge or skills of students who want more.

Teaching scenarios are produced in the scope of the project “e-Schools: Establishing a System for Developing Digitally Mature Schools (pilot project)” and its second phase “e-Schools: Development of the System of Digitally Mature Schools (II. Phase)”.  Users can choose between 240 teaching scenarios for chemistry, biology, mathematics and physics for 7th and 8th grade of primary school and 1st and 2nd grade of a gymnasium, and 350 teaching scenarios for seven cross-curricular topics from 5th grade or primary school to 4th grade of a gymnasium, covering all courses of general education. 

e-Schools teaching scenarios and interactive content for cross-curricular topics

Teaching scenarios for general education courses cover a range of activities for one course, while the teaching scenarios for cross-curricular topics include three to five descriptions of activities showing how to incorporate the cross-curricular topic in different general education courses and extracurricular activities. Students can also use 190 interactive resources aimed at self-learning or use at home. These resources were produced to provide digital content related to cross-curricular topics.

Teaching scenarios and accompanying interactive content  are digitally accessible and are available in the repository of digital educational resources Edutorij

Help and support in implementing teaching scenarios

Teachers can use two documents in Edutorij as help and support in implementing teaching scenarios:

In applying the digital tools recommended in the teaching scenarios, the teachers can use the descriptions, peer-reviews, and tutorials available at e-Laboratory.

More information about the concept and principles of the teaching scenarios is available on the e-Schools pilot project web pages.


CARNET system engineers
other AAI@EduHr users
faculties and colleges
other public institutions

How to Become a User

Teaching scenarios are available to all teachers without prior login to Edutorij – Repository of digital educational material under the Creative Commons license that allows remixing, editing, and processing for non-commercial purposes.

Contact Details

CARNET’s Education System Support Service

Phone: +385 1 6661 500