GLAT results have been published

Results of the GLAT project include Workshop Syllabus and Materials, Guide for Teachers and Learning Scenarios and are available on the GLAT web:



Workshop syllabus has been created for GLAT education that combines f2f workshops with online learning. Development of the syllabus and materials has been related to innovative teaching methodologies such as Game Based Learning (GBL), Problem Based Learning (PBL), and Inquiry Based Learning (IBL).

Syllabus includes schedules for all workshop sessions with learning outcomes, topics, evaluation methods, and tasks for participants (teachers):

The syllabus 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. The extended version, Workshop Syllabus and Materials, includes also handouts of presentations that are used for lectures.

All materials are also are available within GLAT Moodle e-course in MoD e-learning system. The course backup is also available to be restored to own empty Moodle course.


In addition to Workshop Syllabus and Materials, Guide for Teachers has been prepared to help teachers in the process of designing innovative learning experiences for the development of algorithmic thinking:

The guide brings lessons about about topics related to algorithmic thinking and basic programming concepts as well as those about teaching and learning strategies that can be used for the development of algorithmic thinking and learning programming. Lessons include references to examples of good practice, templates and tools for preparing or conducting learning activities.


GLAT results also include Learning scenarios developed by the teachers from the focus group:

In total, 62 learning scenarios were developed for primary school subjects: Croatian language, Mathematics, Science, Music culture, Fine arts, Physical and health education, and several are intended for integrated teaching. The scenarios are accompanied by additional materials, such as links to online content or worksheets for unplugged activities. 

The outstanding scenarios have been translated into English.