Save the date!
We hope you’ll join us at our 17th annual conference in sunny Belgrade, Serbia, May 10-11, 2019 for a fun, educational, and inspiring weekend!
More info TBA soon.
It is that time of the season, things are slowly wrapping up, the sun is getting stronger and stronger and our pupils and students are getting more and more impatient for the summer break to begin. And if we are to be honest as teachers, we are also looking forward to the end of the school year. Before you fully start to enjoy your well-deserved rest, we hope you will take a look at this issue of the Newsletter and that you will find many useful articles.
We wish to use this opportunity to present to you the new members of our team. We are pleased to say that a number of people were willing to join in and share the workload with the rest of us, which is much appreciated. Joining us from the next issue are: Olivera Ilić, Nevena Stoilkov, Aleksandra Jevtović, Jana Živanović and Stevan Mijomanović. Welcome!
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From the Editorial Team
ELTA is looking for two official representatives to attend and deliver a workshop at the 10th ELTAM International Conference Educate and Empower: from a more creative and enlightened teacher to a more forceful and cultivated student, from 19-21 October, 2018 in Struga, Macedonia.
If you are interested, please send your abstract (max 200 words) and the motivation letter to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 9 June, 2018.
Starting from 1 June, 2018 due to limited budget, travel expenses will not be covered for the representatives. Thank you for your understanding.
Your ELTA team
The 16th ELTA Serbia Conference has ended, and was considered a huge success! We would like to thank all attendees, speakers, exhibitors and this year’s plenary speakers: Jen MacArthur, Rob Dean, Nick Bilbrough, Daniel Xerri, Alan Marsh and Jelena Vranjesevic. A huge thank you to all of our volunteers! We could not do it without you!
Photo credit: Dushan Svilokos
The 16th ELTA Serbia Conference has ended, and was considered a huge success! We would like to thank all attendees,…
Presenter: Ana Tripković
Date: June 9, 2018
Time: 10:00 a.m.
Venue: Simeon Aranicki Primary School, Boška Buhe bb, Stara Pazova
Payment deadline: June 5, 2018
This is a dynamic workshop in which you can find some interesting ideas for exploring your students’ creativity dealing with a number of interesting educational tools that can be found on the Internet. It is intended to help a teacher include more technology in the classroom and also use it for making challenging and interesting homework through specific examples of making books, videos, comics and online games.
Education should make good use of free online learning tools and this workshop will show the ways of adapting them for classrooms with limited access to technology, options that could be used for flipping classroom and for the learning environment in which each student owns a mobile phone or iPad.
Participants will start with a quiz game created using kahoot and then they would have the opportunity to try out activities made using some of the most popular tools and get an extensive list of ideas that could be applied in their classrooms.