Natalija Savićević Mrvaljević
- 12:15-12:45 - Day 1
- 12:15-12:45 - Day 1
The 21st century classroom is a very dynamic universe where students with different personalities, abilities and learning styles work together. Therefore, teachers have a challenging task to keep up with the constantly changing students` interests and needs by implementing creative and innovative teaching strategies in order to inspire and engage them. This workshop offers simple and motivating activities which are fun and time efficient at the same time with clear and easy-to-follow instructions. They can be easily carried out with all levels of knowledge and age, covering a wide range of topics and enhancing the students` critical and creative thinking.
How can we make learning fun in the 21st century?
Natalija Savićević Mrvaljević is an English and French teacher who has been teaching English for 13 years at primary school „Bogdan Kotlica“ in Šavnik, Montenegro. She has been working as a mentor to trainee teachers. She has actively participated in various seminars, webinars, MOOCs, workshops and conferences, both international and within the country. She is an author of seminars accredited foreign by Bureau for Education Services in Montenegro. In addition, she was one of the moderators of English Conversation and Public Speaking Club sponsored by British Embassy in Podgorica and implemented by ELTAM. She has also completed teacher training course for teachers. She is a member of English Language Teachers` Association of Montenegro (ELTAM). She has acquired a title of teacher adviser. She has also participated in Pilot projects for First Grade 2017. She was a speaker and a participant at numerous workshops as well as national and international conferences for teachers of the English language. She was twice rewarded by Ministry of Education of Montenegro.
Tanja Đonlaga is an English and Italian teacher who graduated from the University of Montenegro and completed MA in Applied Linguistics and Methodology in 2015. She has been teaching both English and Italian for 24 years at primary school „Olga Golović“ in Nikšić. She has been working as a mentor to both trainee teachers and her students who take part in national competitions. She has actively participated as a speaker in various seminars, workshops and conferences, both international and within the country. She isa member of English Language Teachers` Association of Montenegro (ELTAM) as well as a member of UNIJCG (Italian Teachers` Association of Montenegro). In 2000, she presented Montenegrin Educational System in Italy (Pinerolo). She was twice awarded by the Ministry of Education of Montenegro (Fund for Quality and Talents) and acquired a title of senior advisor in 2018.