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11th Meeting of the SEE TET Network and Study visit to Croatia

The 11th Meeting of the South Eastern European Education and Training (SEE TET) Network and Study visit to Croatia, funded by the ERI SEE Secretariat and organized in cooperation with the Croatian Academic and Research Network (CARNET) on the subject of digitisation in teaching and learning and systems of teacher education and training (best practices and potential improvements) took place on 29th and 30th June 2023 in Zagreb, Croatia.

The purpose of the event was familiarising with Croatian experience in digitisation in education: facilitation of progress in new information technologies use, methodology of e-education, methodology of e-learning and learning material, in order to consider how the lessons learned in Croatia could be used to the benefit of economies in South Eastern Europe and Moldova.

Participants of the meeting were recently appointed permanent representatives to the SEE TET Network from the regional economies: Mr Fadil Reka (Albania), Ms Victoria Belous (Moldova), Ms Nataša Mitrić and Ms Vesna Babović (Montenegro), Ms Gordana Janakievska (North Macedonia), Ms Katarina Aleksić and Ms Suzana Deretić (Serbia), along the ERI SEE representatives, Ms Tina Šarić and Ms Milica Grahovac.

CARNET hosted the first part of the study visit, when Ms Aleksandra Mudrinić, Assistant Director, and her colleagues Ms Maja Quien, Ms Ljerka Čulina, Ms Renata Šimunko, Ms Jasminka Maravić, Ms Mojca Makovac and Ms Klara Bilić Meštrić presented CARNET most impactful projects and results, as well as ongoing activities, within each thematic area of interest: education, development of digital educational contents, demonstration laboratories, research and other.

The study trip continued with the visit to the Primary school Stjepana Radića in Brestovec Orehovički – Centre of Applied Digital Technology, an exemplary school where numerous innovations have been introduced, as shown by the school principal Mr Zdenko Kobešćak, teachers and pupils. Another visit was paid to the School of Geodesy – Regional Educational Centre iz Zagreb, where principal Ms Zdravka Šimić and teacher Mr Zlatan Soldo explained how e-education has evolved in their school and why they are consider leader among schools in digitisation in Croatia.

The study visit was concluded with the joint exploration of interest and potentials for a future regional project and identification of themes of common interest that will be tackled in further cooperation within the SEE TET Network.

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