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The use of information technology in education


​​​​​“The Ministry of Education and Culture of the Republic of Srpska are doing everything in their power to enable the use of the new information technology in the education system, but they also want the system to retain traditional skills contributing to intellectual improvement of young people”, said Dr Dane Malesevic, the Minister of Education and Culture,  at the conference on the new technology in education organized by the British Council in Belgrade.

In 2010 the Ministry of Education and Culture started conducting the process of introducing new technologies in primary schools,  and therefore 125 out of 189 primary schools in the Republic of Srpska, as well as all secondary schools , were equipped with computers.

Minister Malesevic  said that young people in the Republic of Srpska started getting education in digital technology at a very young age, which meant that they were in the same position as their peers anywhere in Europe, but he also pointed out that the traditional forms of playing and studying needed to stay more important than the new technologies.

The British Ambassador to Serbia Denis Keefe said that he was glad that the British Council organized this important meeting for the second consecutive year, since Great Britain had a remarkable experience in the field of the use of informational technology in education.

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