The project consortium was set up to ensure effective cooperation and the joint work of experts in order to achieve high quality project results. There are three main intellectual outputs in GLAT project: workshop syllabus and materials, learning scenarios and the final version of the syllabus and learning materials that will be based on gathered feedback from teachers and students.
Developed learning materials with the examples of good practice will be available to teachers across Europe to improve their competences and acquire contemporary knowledge and skills aimed at innovative teaching in the field of ICT and coding.
All documents with project results are published under the CC BY-SA license.
Workshop syllabus and materials
Workshop syllabus and materials include presentations, texts, examples of games and activities that encourage algorithmic thinking and other materials in a form of blended e-course in the Moodle MoD LMS, developed and evaluated by project’s experts.
Development of the syllabus and materials has been related to innovative teaching methodologies in the ICT area such as Problem Based Learning (PBL),
Inquiry Based Learning (IBL), Game Based Learning (GBL). Syllabus and materials have been prepared in English and suitable for possible later use in the partner countries and beyond.
Learning scenarios include documents in which the teacher develops innovative ideas to carry out educational activities by means of modern teaching methods with the use of appropriate digital content and tools.
Learning scenarios, developed with the help of online mentoring of experts, have been implemented in the classrooms by teachers. The outstanding scenarios have been translated into English.
Enhanced version of syllabus with materials
Feedback from the teachers and their students, collected through questionnaires and interviews, will be used to check their satisfaction and to get the final result – an enhanced syllabus of workshops with the materials for learning complemented by the examples of best practices.
Final version of syllabus with supporting materials will be prepared in Croatian and English and it will be available to all interested parties through an e-learning platform after the completion of the project.