The innovativeness of the project is the exchange of experiences among partnership countries to develop methods and tools of teaching programming and computational thinking and as well as logical reasoning and creative thinking for increasing universal students' competences useful on the labour market and accepted in different countries.

Developing the skill of cultivating computational thinking (the skill of solving different problems in various fields of science using methods and tools derived from computer science)  by teachers of subjects different than computer science is also innovative. Teaching of computational thinking and using computer for solving algorithmic problems isn't integrated into teaching of other subjects in any partners country.

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