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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Tanja Trobok | Ljubiša Avgustin

Shakespeare in a video game- learning by playing


Dulce et utile is educational ideal, and video games are one of the ways to achieve it. How does it look like when the Mid-Summer Night's Dream is turned into a video game? How does the process of creating such a project look like and how challenging is it? Tanja Trobok got her Master degree in Comparative Literature in Novi Sad and ever since has been engaged in journalism and marketing wishing to one day use this knowledge to promote literature. She is a consultant at the Crowded Room Studio, and game designer at the Cleveris Media. Ljubiša- born and raised in Novi Sad, showed interest in gaming in his early days. During his school years he discovered love of writing and has managed to integrate it in business with his passion of video games and since then he's been engaged in video games design.

Tatjana Stanković | Radica Karović | Ante Čurlin

Well, this is maths!


Tatjana, Radica and Ante will present characteristics and implementation of conceptual classes from an idea, creativity, ability to elaborate a plan, to development of digital competences, training students to collect and process data and information, team work, etc.

Tatjana Stanković is a maths teacher at the Electro-technical School “Nikola Tesla” in Pančevo and PhD student at the Faculty of Mathematics in Belgrade. Since 2014, Radica Karović has been working at the primary school “Oslobodioci Beograda” in Belgrade. Founder and president of the "Young Mathematician” association.  Ante worked with several scientific institutions like the Vinča Institute of Nuclear Sciences, before he became a primary school teacher.

Valentina Veljković Nikolić | Veselinka Stanković | Dragana Lepović Stefanović

Alice in Wonder School


GCompris is a set of educational programs enabling inclusion of all students in the teaching process, development of information, communication and social competences in students, same as functional reading.

All three speakers are engaged in the 'Vežbaonica' school and Model school for inclusive education; they are lecturers at international conferences on the use of ICT in education, national trainers for inclusive education for secondary schools, and Valentina is also a trainer for primary schools. Veselinka and Valentina are teacher mentors and authors, as well as implementers of accredited trainings 'Child Tailor-made Classes' and 'IT crumbs'; Veselinka is an author of the 'Maths Workshop' training.

Vedran Gregorić | Ksenija Laleta Puž

iLab in class teaching


This paper is an overview of introduction and application of iPad within iLab in class in the Primary School “Vežica” in Rijeka, from idea to implementation. Using iPad as a tool in teaching, Vedran and Ksenija have, as lower-grade teachers, got an opportunity to develop students’ digital competences and computer literacy, help them enter the world of technology quickly and intuitively.  Ksenija has been working for 20 years as a lower-grade class teacher at Primary School “Vežica” in Rijeka, and a coordinator of the UNICEF “School without Violence” project. She finished Apple education for the use of iPad and iLab in classes and is a member of the school iLab team. Vedran works as a music teacher in same school. With school choir participated in children festivals. Besides in class teaching, she is using iPad in music classes within the iSchool project for the second year in a row.

Velimir Dedić

Detecting learning styles from transactional data of online students


Learning styles represent a collection of personal preferences concerning the presentation manner of learning material and the very character of the learning material. In this presentation, Velimir will talk about detection of learning styles from the data students leave behind surfing LMS system and browsing through teaching material. Knowing individual learning styles helps adapt LMS to each individual student. Regular information technology professor with long-lasting experience in design and implementation of online education systems and curricula Active in the area of medical statistics.

Verica Milutinović

Studying digital natives among students


The purpose of this study is to assess the level to which future educators think they possess attributes connected to “digital natives”- students whose native tongue is the digital language of computers, mobile phones, video games and the Internet. What was taken into account are the potential benefits and application of scale for assessment of digital natives by researchers and teachers. Verica Milutinović is assistant professor at the Faculty of Pedagogical Sciences, University of Kragujevac. She teaches subjects in the area of computer science, and in her scientific and research work she has been engaged in exploring pedagogical changes and innovation in the area of computer application in classes. Her interests include IT supported learning, embracing computers in classes, use of innovative computer tools in maths classes.

Violeta Alfeldi | Mira Kašerić

Smart board for smart heads


Violeta and Mira will talk about positive experiences in the use of interactive boards in classes, like the increased activity of pupils in the teaching process, improved content and teaching methods diversity, easier understanding of complicated assignments owing to clearer, more dynamic and more efficient presentations, development of pupils’ digital skills, improved creativity and motivation for learning. Mira and Violeta have been friends and colleagues for years working in primary school for over three decades. In working and spending time with children, they like to play and learn with them and from them. This is why new technologies take an important place in the classroom. By using them they are opening windows to a big web world.

Vladan Devedžić

Technologically enhanced knowledge evaluation


Presentation deals with experiences of modern software technologies application in the process of students’ knowledge evaluation. Two courses from University practice are used as examples in the presentation. It also introduces recommendations regarding the use of different software applications in the technologically advanced knowledge evaluation process, starting from the known pedagogical theories to experiences from classes. Vladan Devedžić is a professor of programming and software engineering at the Faculty of Organisational Sciences in Belgrade. From the professional and research aspect, he's been engaged in educational technologies and software application in education since 1990s. He has coordinated and participated in many international and national projects in this area, with the major number of publications also pertaining to these areas.

Zvonimir Stanić



The e-Schools project was launched 2 years ago. Why was it launched, what have we achieved to date, and what are the plans for the future? An engineer who wandered off into the world of education and technology. Leading CARNet for 12 years. Infinitely happy when he turns an idea into something tangible.

Đurađ Caranović

IT in agriculture- growth through education


Đurađ spoke about My Garden dealing with production of food for the premium sector and IT in agriculture. On their development road, they faced problems with staff, especially when it came to introducing new technologies. This is the reason why they have established a center for farmers focusing on raising the level of knowledge, applying market standards and introducing technological progress. This resulted in increased productivity and most importantly, in reversed migration of youth. 

Đurađ is a financial expert, author, public speaker, over 70 conferences, 9 years of experience in managerial positions. Over 160 lectures.