Coronavirus – organisation of distance teaching and learning in Croatia

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The documents you will find in this article display the measures taken by the Ministry of Science and Education of the Republic of Croatia with the intention of providing appropriate education for pupils and students during the COVID-19 pandemic.


Following the link below you can read the summary of measures taken by the Ministry of Science and Education to provide appropriate education for all primary and secondary school students in the Republic of Croatia.
On March 11th the Ministry of Science and Education has consigned guidelines regarding distance learning to all primary and secondary schools in the Republic of Croatia.

On March 13th the Ministry of Science and Education has consigned instructions regarding the organization of distance learning to all primary and secondary schools in the Republic of Croatia

On March 14th the Minister of Science and Education prof. Blaženka Divjak, PhD, has virtually held a meeting and addressed all the principals of primary and secondary schools in the Republic of Croatia. You can find the transcript of the address down below.

All educational video materials can be found on the link below.


Following the link below you can read the recommendations issued by the Ministry of Science and Education regarding virtual content and organising classes.
Following the link below you can read the recommendations issued by the Ministry of Science and Education regarding internet access and devices that should be used for distance teaching and learning.
Following the link below you can read the recommendations issued by the Ministry of Science and Education regarding work of employees during distance teaching.
Following the link below you can read the recommendations issued by the Ministry of Science and Education regarding vocational schools, secondary school graduates, practical subjects and student participation.
On March 27th the Ministry of Science and Education has consigned recommendations regarding the organization of a student's work day during distance teaching and learning.
On April 3rd the Ministry of Science and Education has consigned guidelines regarding assessment and grading in a virtual environment


On April 30th the Ministry of Science and Education has consigned guidelines regarding recommendations for organization of teaching for lower primary education, as well as guidelines regarding assessment and grading in combined teaching model.
On April 29th the Croatian Institute of Public Health has issued guidelines on preventing and fighting the covid-19 pandemic for institutions of early childhood education and care and primary education institutions ensuring the possibility of looking after pre-school children and lower primary school students.


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