Vebinar 2

With this webinar, we wanted to show that through the use of micro:bit devices and Make Code platform, lessons become much more fun and closer to children because they take place in a familiar online environment. This webinar showed that this approach really works in practice and that coding is a great way to teach your students lessons in native (or a foreign) language.

WATCH THE WEBINAR RECORDING BELOW, LEARN MORE ABOUT THE PRESENTERS AND SEE ADDITIONAL MATERIALS

Elza Numanović

Elza Numanović has 12 years of work experience in the field of education and is currently employed at the elementary school "Risto Ratković" in Bijelo Polje as a primary school teacher. Elza was one of the mentors to the students who were awarded at the Regional competition in programming using a micro: bit device, which was held in Belgrade in 2018. She is the winner of the award from the Fund for Quality and Talents in 2018. She is a participant in numerous trainings and seminars in the field of education, and she is also one of the trainers on the project "Schools for the 21st century", where she trains teachers. 

Milena Kuč

Milena Kuč is a professor of Montenegrin-Serbian, Bosnian and Croatian language and literature with 16 years of work experience and is currently employed at the elementary school "Risto Ratković" in Bijelo Polje. She was promoted to the title of teacher mentor. Milena was one of the mentors to the students who were awarded at the Regional competition in programming using a micro: bit device, which was held in Belgrade in 2018. She is the winner of the award from the Fund for Quality and Talents in 2018 and 2019. He continuously monitors innovations in education and professionally improves. She is one of the trainers on the "Schools for the 21st Century" project of the British Council, where she trains teachers. 

Dragan Marković

Dragan Markovic is currently studying for a doctorate in philology at the Faculty of Philosophy in Nis. His field of research is the literature of old Dubrovnik. He is a certified trainer of the Institute of Education and the author of numerous accredited training programs for teachers. He is a trainer on the 21st Century School project of the British Council, and works as an expert for a number of other organizations, including the Council of Europe. He is currently permanently employed at the Elementary School "Kekec" in Sutomore as a teacher of Montenegrin-Serbian, Bosnian and Croatian language and literature.

ADDITIONAL MATERIALS FROM THE WEBINAR

  1. Elza Numanović's presentation can be found here. Video example from her presentation can be seen here.
  2. Milena Kuč's presentation can be found here.
  3. Dragan Marković's presentation can be found here.