Elementary school pupils once again showed that they are very adaptable and that they are extremely good, through the third online coding challenge with micro:bit computers.
News about the programme
Here you can catch up with the latest information regarding the programme. Also, you will be able to find open calls, tenders and other opportunities regarding the programme.
The British Council in Bosnia and Herzegovina is starting to implement new a new cycle of trainings within the "Schools for the 21st Century" programme. Now it is the turn of U-S canton.
The British Council is looking for consultants to support the delivery of 21st Century Schools Project.
Education World forum is held from 19 to 22 January in London where 1200 delegates from 112 countries are discussing changes and reforms in the education. British Council has had a pleasure of accompanying representatives of the Ministries of Education from Western Balkan countries.
On 10 December in Zenica, the third coding competition was held for primary school students.
Regional competition was held on 4 April 2019 during the Digital Summit in Belgrade, Serbia. There were 13 teams competing from all Western Balkans countries.
Training Logistics Service Provider for 21st Century Schools Programme in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Become a 21st Century Schools’ Teacher Trainer
The British Council in Bosnia and Herzegovina is seeking three Coding Club Consultants/Coordinators to be engaged on the 21st Century Schools Programme.
Engagement of Moodle Administrator for online transformation of Schools Leaders (SL) and Critical Thinking Problem Solving (CTPS) training programme within ‘21st Century Schools’ Programme.
On Wednesday, 7 October, we held the first Online Coding Challenge with micro:bit devices. Given the still unstable situation with the Covid-19 virus, we wanted to protect the health of all students, teachers, jury members and our colleagues, and we decided to organize application process as well as competition itself digitally.