The opening speech of Mr Aleksandar Pajić, Assistant Minister of Education in Serbia, strongly confirmed the excellent cooperation between the Ministries of Education in the six target countries within which the ePACT project is implemented and the two operating organisations - CDRSEE and Euroclio. Ms Kovac, Executive Director of CDRSEE, also highlighted that cooperation between the state authorities and the civil society organisations can benefit society as a whole more effectively than when they operate separately. Additionally, in her opening remarks, Ms Biljana Stojanovic, Head of Group for Planning and Programming Projects from the Ministry of Education mentioned the importance of such workshops for the improvement of the teachers skills and their training on new methodologies.
The 21 educators that participated in the training were comprised of teachers of elementary and secondary schools of both natural and social sciences, as well as school directors and inspectors. The team of trainers that participated in the two full-day Teaching for Learning workshop were Ms Stojanovic, Ms Jasminka Marković from the Center for Educational Policy and Ms Levkov - one of the Ministry’s most experienced trainers. At the end of the workshops a positive feedback was received and some participants expressed their desire for follow-up trainings of the same high standard as this workshop.