IMPRESSIONS ABOUT THE CONFERENCE AND FAIR

Our bloggers have reported on a regular basis about the latest educational technology products at fair through different articles about ICT in education. If you are a parent, teacher or you are employed at IT company, and weren’t able to  visit the event or you want to hear other points of view, please take a look about their articles here. 

 

Who wias blogging from the conference?

Dejan Bošković

Dejan works in a primary school 'Ivo Andrić' in Belgrade as a biology teacher since 2000 and third year as an assistant director. He tries to use a new approach during his classes to help his students see the environmental problems from multiple angles and to deal with them independently as much as possible. 

He is running a blog called 'Biological blog' and writes articles on a daily basis in order to inform teachers about the latest news in teaching, as well as in science. The blog is very visited and monitored by teachers from across the country and region. So, his "job" is to be informed about the newest trends and inovations which is why he decided to join our team.

Ivana Ćirković | @i_cirkovic

Ivana Ćirković is the owner of the 'OrganVlasti' portal, social media, digital PR and marketing consultant, owner of KickStart.rs agency, active member of the Serbian online community and a mother of three. She educates others by sharing her professional experience both here and abroad.

OrganVlasti.com

Ivica Županjac

Ivica is a teacher in 'Milun Ivanović' Primary School in Ibar. He is the author of the blog ’Cyber Teacher’ and ’Cyber Web Tools’. He is author and creator of accredited seminars through which he is trying to show how much can be gained by using ICT in the classroom. He intensively explores the use of ICT in school whish makes him think that this exquisite tool can greatly increase the quality of lecturing. He likes to experiment, draw comics and creates e-newspapers.

His moto: ’Where there's a will, there's a way’.

http://sajberucitelj.com/

http://sajber.weebly.com/

Jelena Bratić|@Kakojecakaze

Jelena works as a Serbian language teacher in the 'Davorin Jenko' music high school and is the author of the 'My Serbian language 8' spelling book. She is also the author of 'What Jeca says' blog, where she writes about Serbian language, grammar, spelling and vocabulary.

She sometimes writes about other topics from the area of education and upbringing. She cooperates with various online portals and magazines that cover similar topics.

Jugoslava Lulić|@Jugoslaval

Jugoslava is a teacher of Serbian language and literature, currently employed in a vocational school. She is a certified instructional designer, author and moderator of several accredited professional online training programmes for teachers. For her, helping other teachers teach, especially in the field of ICT, is a life-long mission. She loves to explore, experiment, travel and write. 

She has been a blogger for a long time - 'Learning through adventure' is a blog created from pure curiosity and the desire to use new media for sharing her own, fresh and unusual experiences. It is dedicated to all those courageous people who perceive learning as adventure and who are willing to challenge themselves, especially in the field of using ICT for teaching and learning. 

https://jugoslava.wordpress.com/

Vladimir Stanković|@DedaBor

Vladimir has a masters degree in Science in Industrial Management – Field of Study: Human Resources Management. So far, he has worked as a physical education teacher, as school Headmaster for 11 years, as well as a school board member and chairman and Teachers union president. He was a member of Town council of Bor municipality in charge for capital investments in education, in the period of the greatest investments in Bor schools.

He won the award for the best employer in the category of public companies in Serbia. He is a co-author of several seminars created for teachers and a coordinator of a large number of successfully implemented project in different fields. Longtime user of Internet tools, blogger, lecturer at many national and international conferences.