Vebinar 1

The fact is that children indiscriminately accept content from the Internet. Our task as parents and teachers is to contribute to the creation of an analytical attitude in children and young people by applying critical thinking strategies. At this webinar, we paid attention to asking questions and creating a different perspective for young people.

During the webinar, we presented the concept of critical thinking and problem solving, we discussed the importance of developing critical thinking in children and youth in relation to Internet content. We also talked about critical thinking strategies for the purpose of developing an analytical attitude (asking questions and a different perspective), and at the end we also presented case studies.


Sava Kovačević

Sava Kovačević has 15 years of experience in the field of education as a youth worker, teacher, teacher, senior advisor, professor of mental arithmetic and master of modern social policy and social work. He is inspired by teaching in which he uses an integrative approach that correlates with modern digital achievements. In addition to international and national projects in the field of education, he is the author of publications and research papers that contribute to the improvement of the education system and presents his experiences at conferences at the national and international level. He is the co-author of 10 professional development programs for teachers accredited by the National Council for Education in Montenegro, the Institute for Education and the Ministry of Education of Montenegro. Also, Sava is the author of the professional qualification Youth Activist and examiner of the Examination Center. He is the holder of several local and national awards in the field of education and is one of the trainers on the project "Schools for the 21st Century" of the British Council, where he trains teachers. He is a co-founder of the Training and Education Center, the Association of the Best Teachers of the Former Yugoslavia and the Global World Association of Coaches.

Aleksandra Radoman Kovačević

Since 2002, Aleksandra Radoman Kovačević has been engaged in the field of training and capacity development of human resources, as well as program management in education. In the school year 2007/2008, she was a mentor on the university course "Leadership and Youth Work in the Community", which was created as a result of cooperation between the Swedish University of Jönköping and the Faculty of Philosophy in Niš. In recent years, she has been engaged as a key expert II in the national IPA II program supported by the EU. Improving educational programs and services in order to meet the needs of marginalized groups and a national consultant in the Council of Europe program Promoting Democratic Culture in Schools. Also, Aleksandra is the author and trainer of accredited programs by the Institute for Education and the Center for Vocational Education, as well as the co-author of an accredited program for the profession of youth activist. She is the author of the research Leadership Skills of Teachers and the Quality of the Teaching Process, as well as several publications and publications such as Case Management in the Service of Preventing Dropout and Refusal of Schooling, Preparatory Kindergartens for Roma and Egyptian Children, Mapping and Analysis of Montenegrin Municipalities. forced) marriages within vulnerable groups), Informal education of Omadin activists and others. She is part of the expert team of the Center for Training and Education and one of the trainers for teacher training within the project "Schools for the 21st Century" of the British Council.


  1. Presentation from the webinars can be found here.