The conference ‘New Technologies in Education 2017’  gathered over 180 educators,  teachers, enthusiasts from Serbia, the region and the UK that opened new views and approaches about the education and digital age topics and with participants discussed the future of education. 

Have a look at the list of the speakers that spoke at the event last year. You can also watch some of the lectures (available in Serbian only) and download the presentations.


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Nađa Kozlovački

’’Success is simply human’’

10. FEBRUARY AT 14.15 | HALL 'ALT'

72% of experts believe HP needs to be transformed in line with  the new work challenges! Still, how many of them do implement transformation? On transformation, opportunities and technological trends in the Human Resources area we will hear from Nađa Kozlovački, SAP HCM presales expert at the “New Technologies in Education” conference. 

Nebojša Glišić

A battle for knowledge: Introducing programming and robotics in primary schools


Battle for knowledge and KODigranje (coding + playing) are a donor campaign aimed at collecting funds for 5 Mbots per each of 1,250 primary schools in Serbia. Donated Mbots and trained children are included by KODigranje in the competition league where best trained primary school pupils compete. Nebojša Glišić, born in Banja Luka, graduated in international relations at the Faculty of Political Sciences in Belgrade. He has been working at the Fond B92 Foundation since 2012 as a project coordinator. Specific interests: Youth activism, social networks, human rights and charity work.  

Nebojša Ratković

Serbian Wikimedia


This presentation introduced the Wikistudent project implemented by the Wikimedia Serbia for a number of years already. Wikistudent is a project enabling free of charge student training for the use and editing of Wikipedia through creation of free content in scope of this and other Wiki projects. Nebojša Ratković has a Bachelor Degree in Political Sciences for international politics. He has been working in civil sector since 2010 on projects focusing on youth education. Since August 2016 he is working with Wikimedia Serbia in the position of educational programme manager where he works on promotion of new technologies in secondary schools and higher education institutions, focused on Wikipedia.

Olga Svyrydenko

STEM Skills Employability


During this session, we had an opportunity to discuss the current skills gaps and global employability needs, to look at innovative STEM-focused programs and partnerships Microsoft is managing with government, public sector education customers globally, we took a look at the importance and value of industry skills and certification infusion for schools and highlight some key partner alliances and innovations where Microsoft is working directly and closely with governments. Before joining Microsoft Area HQ in November 2015, Olga spent over 10 years on education and citizenship programs in Ukraine and Caucasus.  In her current role, Olga works with 33 countries in Central and Eastern Europe Area to support implementation of Microsoft’s programs aiming to empower students and teachers to achieve more.

Predrag Stolić

Big Data solution application in education


Data is generated at high speed and all around us it is immersed in the everlasting question of how it should be properly used.  How to reconcile apparently confronted side, data obtained from traditional systems and data from social networks and other free communication channels? Can this data be the answer to development of future strategies and creation of higher education of the future? Studied at the Technical Faculty in Bor, University of Belgrade, and completed his studies in the Industrial Computing Department. PhD student on the study programme “Electro-technical and computer engineering, Faculty of Technical Sciences in Čačak, University of Kragujevac. Area of interest: Data Science in all forms.

Radmila Tanasijević

A step ahead: current HR trends

10. FEBRUARY AT 14.00 | HALL 'ALT'

If HR want to be strategic partner to business, they need to adapt to the same changes that people working in business are currently going through. One way to achieve this is by accepting up-to-date technological, software solutions that will reduce the formalization of key processes and provide employees with simple and practical support. Modernization of processes such as recruitment and performance management will drive us towards creating collaborative and agile working place. 

Radmila works in the Digital department on implementation and coordination of development for mobile and Internet banking application, as well as on improving customer experience for clients of Unicredit bank. She has almost 10 years of professional experience in HR, during which she designed and together with her colleagues from IT developed two in-house HR applications.

Sanja Bulat | Ljiljana Dukić Rajković

Multifaceted science 


Using this application we have linked history and physics and students of different age groups. The topic given to the students was “Multifaceted Science”. Their task was to demonstrate the work of a scientist, reflecting on political, social and cultural circumstances, same as on the influence of scientific discovery on economic changes. This collaborative tool enables teachers to monitor the work of their students, detect and correct potential errors. Sanja is a teacher at the Primary School “Branislav Nušić”. She was a lecturer at international STEM teacher conference in Brussels “Scientix” 2014 . Ranked first in the competition “Exemplary Class” in 2015. Ljiljana is a reviewer of history textbook for 8th grade; two published papers in the “Exemplary Class” collection. Member of the European Association of Serbian teachers.

Slavica Gomilanović

Third-graders creators of electronic teaching material


Third grade primary school pupils have created teaching materials in scope of curriculum and extra-curriculum activities to actively participate in the process of their own knowledge building, but also to help younger pupils in their learning. To create teaching material in different areas they have used: JigsawPlanet, ToonDoo, SongSmith, MovieMaker, Stop Motion Studio, computer and mobile phone, etc. Class teacher, specialist in educational technology. Certified E-learning Course Designer, E-learning Tutor i E-learning Manager (CARN-et, Zagreb). Author and implementer of e-seminars. Awarded winner in competitions: Creative School, Digital Class, Microsoft PIL European Forum of Innovative Teachers. Holder of the “Best Serbian Educator 2015” award.

Snežana Tošović

Maths in a comic

 The use of software tools like Pixto, Storyboard, Bitstrips can contribute to individual and creative work of students with autism, coping with challenging maths classes and establishing better communication with all students in the class.

Snežana graduated from the Faculty of Mathematics in Belgrade and is currently working in education. She authored traditional quizzes realised with members of the "Kefalica” section she started in 2012. Founder of the awarded "Matiš” magazine. Participated in the 8th Science Festival in Belgrade. Author of two projects of the Center for Promotion of Science. Participant in many awarded eTwinning projects. 

Srdjan Stojanović | Vesna Šavija

Educational and interactive program 'My Computer'


School project team has developed an educational and interactive software “My Computer” which increases the duration of students’ attention and their motivation to acquire teaching content, and also contributes to provision of adequate support in learning.

Srdjan Stojanović (graduate surdologist) and Vesna Šavija (graduate pedagogue) work at '6 October' school for primary education and upbringing of students with developmental difficulties in Kikinda. They actively participate in the work of the school team for project development, and also in drafting and adjusting regular school curriculum for students with developmental difficulties. They won the first prize in the 'Digital Class' competition with the paper 'The Use of Information Technology in Educational Work with Students with Developmental Difficulties'.