Get to know our partners and co-organizers on journey of introducing ICT solutions to education in Western Balkans region. In parallel with our two-day conference, we also organised a fair where over 30 ICT companies and educational institutions presented the latest technological solutions in education that they developed or introduced to the market. The participants were able to visit their stands, try out interactive classroom solutions, find out how to use the internet for high quality teaching and see a micro:bit devices for coding. 

Fair exhibitors:


Electronic Voting in Higher education

Working group | New technologies in higher education 

Goran is currently working at the Optoelectronics Research Centre, University of Southampton. In this presentation he described the Peer Instruction method implemented via Electronic Voting. Then, he then briefly introduced the Just-in-Time-Teaching method, used in a form of assignments posted on the Blackboard online environment. Finally, he gave recommendations for interactive teaching of engineering subjects.

Goran Mashanovic

Goran Mashanovich


Prof. Mashanovich received Dipl. Ing and MSc degrees from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering in Belgrade, Serbia, and PhD in silicon photonics from the University of Surrey, UK. He is a head of Mid-infrared silicon photonics group at the University of Southampton, UK. He is currently investigator on projects worth £20m. He has published more than 300 peer reviewed journal and conference papers.


Improving assessment and feedback in class

In order to give my students fast and focused feedback, and to provide an environment for useful discussions in class, I have been using various electronic voting systems over the last few years. I will present my experience with different systems and also recent teaching approach which focuses on improving students assessment and feedback skills.



Towards digitally mature schools - CARNet experience

Working group | New technologies in primary and secondary education

Gordana works at the Croatian academic and research network – CARNet in the Department of education support. CARNet has been working on projects introducing ICT into Croatian schools for over 15 years, leading to a massive structural project encompassing approximately 70 per cent of schools and aiming for a digitally mature education system. One of the key projects contributing to digital maturity of Croatian schools is ICT Curricula.


Gordana Čaprić, Katarina Pintar, Hrvoje Mesić and Borut Čampelj


Strengthening the digital capacity of the school with the help of the Selfi instrument

On the panel entitled "Strengthening Digital Capacity of the School with the help of Selfi Instrument", a contemporary model for the assessment of the electronic maturity of educational institutions called Selfi, supported by the European Commission, will be discussed. From the next school year, Selfi will use a large number of schools in Europe and will also be available for schools in Serbia.  

Currently, the pilot phase is completed in 14 European countries, including Serbia, and from the 2018/19 school year will be available to all schools in Europe in all the languages ​​of the member countries and in the Serbian language. 

Gordana Stokovic

Gordana Stoković


Gordana is a teacher that helps future educators and teachers to develop and improve their digital competencies. She worked in several Belgrade schools and at the Evaluation Institute, and is currently a teaching assistant at the Teacher Training Faculty. She is the author of a number of papers in the field of educational technology, participant of TIMSS research, expert translator and origami lover. Scientix ambassador and Plato teacher.


Educational potentials of the QR Code and Zap Code 

By using QR codes and expanded reality in teaching, the content on paper receives a new dimension. Zap code, as a combination of the benefits of QR codes and extended reality, creates a stimulating learning environment and aids development of advanced digital competencies in teachers and students. Using new technologies in teaching students will make their knowledge more fundamental and lasting.

Gordana Velikić

Gordana Velikić


Dr Gordana Velikić was born in Novi Sad, and she acquired her doctorate on the University of Rochester, USA. She was a deputy director at the Centre For Future Health on the same University. She was an organizer of many conferences and she was using modern technology during lectures. At this time she is responsible for scientific programmes in RT-RK and is in charge of projects which shape today’s technology.


When industry takes the academy in a fast track

A breach of consumer technologies into automobile industry has opened a door to new engineering profiles. However, those profiles did not exist in the classical education system. This is a story of how the Academy had to be fast and flexible in order to respond to quick changes in the industry.


Gorica Njegovanović i Milena Arsić

Gorica Njegovanović and Milena Arsić


Gorica is STEM ambassador for Serbia. Member of the Board of Directors and Secretary of the Belgrade Teachers' Association. Coordinator for Erasmus+ projects. A distinguished teacher of Microsoft Serbia 2014, an implementer of Hour of code for over 400 students from 1-4. grade two years in a row. Project holder Microsoft Mentor School, participant of Microsoft Global Forum, Barcelona. Administrator of Facebook page Programming is easy, everyone can learn it.


Digital revolution in Estonian schools

It is said that Estonia is today's technological leader, and that it has turned into a country of the digital future. What was the turning point in Estonian schools? This topic will be presented by teachers who visited Estonia and had the opportunity to personally verify these details.




The history of Gratnells company spans almost 130 years taking in four generations of the Hudson family. It's a story of success, failure and fires. Throughout all of company's growth over the years, they’ve still remained a family-owned company.