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Inovacije u nastavi - časopis za savremenu nastavu
2017, vol. 30, iss. 2, pp. 1-14
article language: Serbian
document type: Original Scientific Paper
published on: 09/03/2018
doi: 10.5937/inovacije1702001R
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Nove perspektive u obrazovanju - vanučionička nastava u digitalnom okruženju
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University of Belgrade, Teacher Training Faculty



Over the past decade there has been a growing concern regarding physical inactivity of students and the amount of time they spend with digital devices during school hours and outside the school. This gives rise to the question as to whether out-of-classroom teaching and learning in digital environ­ment can resolve the tension created by the students' and teachers' too frequent, time-consuming, and often inadequate, use of digital technology. The paper looks at theoretical grounds, opportunities and challenges of using digital technology in the out-of-classroom teaching and learning environment. It analyses common educational values of digital technology and out-of-classroom activities in the context of the current strategies and laws regulating the area of education in Serbia. Mobile applications as the most readily available digital educational resource in the out-of-classroom environment were in the focus of the research. Using the Quality Standards for textbooks and adapted CEELTES and CARNet software quality scales, the criteria for evaluating these mobile applications is proposed. The aim of this paper was to carry out a qualitative analysis of mobile applications that can be used outside the classroom in primary school education. The conducted analysis of ten sampled mobile applications indicate that free mobile applications of satisfactory technical, didactic and methodological quality are available to teachers and can be used for teaching the com­pulsory educational content outside the classroom. Good quality mobile applications developed by local authors, more applications with diacritical support in Serbian Language, and the development of digital-methodological competences of teachers are three prerequisites that will certainly improve the out-of-classroom teaching and learning in digital environment.


digital environment; out-of-classroom teaching and learning; mobile applications; student; teacher


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