The fact that technology has heavily permeated all areas of our day-to-day lives reflects in specialised as well as general education. History has proven that technology
helps us effectively solve our day-to-day problems, provides new possibilities, and helps us successfully implement our ideas into reality and practically into our personal lives. This process has been observable for a long time and its intensity is constantly increasing. Powerful and rapid technological development significantly affects not only research and technological development, but also industry, services, agriculture, and private life. In the context of the global economy, worldwide robotisation
and artificial intelligence are developing, along with a new field referred to as the Internet of Things.
With an increasing intensity, the changes initiated by technological and social development can also be observed in the discourse about technical education at primary and high schools. It drives the transformation processes in theory as well as in teaching practice.