Teaching scenarios are materials that provide teachers with innovative and imaginative ideas for the appropriate use of digital tools and content and contemporary pedagogical approaches in teaching.
In the teaching scenarios, correlations and interdisciplinary approaches to other school subjects are emphasized, thus reinforcing the integration of the contents of different subjects and enabling students to apply their knowledge, skills and attitudes in school to their own living environment.
Taking into account the specific needs of students with special educational needs in the teaching scenarios, there are also offered adjustments of activities for students with learning disabilities, as well as additional materials or activities to expand the knowledge or skills of learners who may and want more.
Teaching scenarios have been developed within the e-Schools pilot project. For the time being, 240 teaching scenarios for Math, Physics, Chemistry and Biology are available for the 7th and 8th grade of primary and 1st and 2nd grade of high schools are available, equally distributed by subjects and levels of performance complexity.
For teacher assistance and support in the application of teaching scenarios, besides teaching scenarios in Edutorij following are also available:
- Handbook for application and drafting of teaching scenarios
- Didactic and methodological instructions for Natural Sciences and Mathematics for students with disabilities
Descriptions, reviews, and tutorials available at e-Laboratory can help teachers in using digital tools.
You can read more about teaching scenarios and their application on the e-Schools pilot pages.
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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.