This paper presents preliminary results of the questionnaire (QR) that was conducted during April and May 2018 in three countries: Bulgaria, Greece and Croatia. The QR is part of the activities within project funded by Danube Strategic Project Fund (DSPF): Increasing the well being of the population by RObotic and ICT based iNNovative education (RONNI). The QR has been delivered to schools in each of the participating countries. Two sets of questions were delivered to target groups: teachers/experts and parents. The analysis of the results will be used in proposing innovative teaching strategies and methodologies, transferable across the regions to support effective learning.


  • S. Kostova, M. I. Dimitrova, S. Saeva, M. Zamfirov, V. Kaburlasos, E. Vrochidou, M. Bonković, T. Pachidis, S. Kružić, T. Marasović, J. Musić, V. Papić, “Identifying needs of robotic and technological solutions for the classroom”, Proceedings of the 26th International Conference on Software, Telecommunications and Computer Networks (SoftCOM 2018), Symposium on: Robotic and ICT assisted wellbeing, Split, Croatia, 13-15 September 2018.

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