Computer science education, information and communication technology (ICT) are at present becoming one of the most important elements defining the basic competences students. Information technlology integrates medial, informative and computer, but also all the educational subjects mentioned in the curriculum basis of general education. In "Based natural science" education there increasingly appear concepts of interactive learning, showing the student the world in a holistic manner. The basic aim of interactive learning in programmed teaching is the transmission of activities from the teacher to the students, management of students' learning, enabling students to learn together and evaluate the learning processes. The introductory part of this paper contains theoretical determinations of programmed teaching and interactive learning in programmed teaching of the teaching subject "Based of nature science". This subject is taught in the first semester at the Departments of Elementary school teaching at the Pedagogical faculties in R. Macedonia since the introduction of the European Credit Transfer System, by means of educative workshops. The paper emphasizes the need for teachers' active participation in the creation of programmed materials for the respective subject matter of "Elements of nature science", i.e. using pedagogical workshops in the organization of the teaching process with the application of interactive methods. Beside this theoretical approach to programmed teaching and interactive learning, we have also done a methodical shaping of the teaching unit "Cell membranes" according to the model of interactive learning in programmed teaching and use ICT tools. © 2010 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
Veselinovska, S. S., Zivanovik, J., Petrovska, S., & Gokik, M. (2010). Interactive learning in programmed teaching of the subject “Based of nature science” at pedagogical faculties in the Republic of Macedonia (ICT tools in Biology education). In Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences (Vol. 2, pp. 2253–2259). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.sbspro.2010.03.318