“I created an online course for Serbian teachers where I teach them about 21st century skills, and how to use Microsoft products such as OneNote, Photosynth, Photo story, etc. This encourages collaboration, and develops creativity and critical thinking.” – Jugoslava Lulic

Jugoslava Lulic

Teacher, Serbia

“As a teachers’ trainer I realized that, despite domination of the traditional way of teaching in most schools in Serbia, teachers are aware of the 21st century demands and ready for the challenges of using various methods and tools for communication and collaboration with today’s digital generation of students. So, I created an online course for Serbian teachers where I teach them about 21st century skills, and how to use Microsoft products such as OneNote, Photosynth, Photo story, etc. This encourages collaboration, and develops creativity and critical thinking. I think that the Microsoft Educator Community is a very important window into the world of ICT use in schools, so I encourage teachers to get involved in activities on the Microsoft Educator Community and to share their experiences and ideas with other teachers.”

Jugoslava has a multitude of learning activities on her blog. Learn more about Jugoslava on her Educator Profile.

About Jugoslava Lulic

Jugoslava Lulic

  • Websites I check every day: Twitter(while I drink a morning coffee) and Facebook (because my students are there – we have a closed group where we discuss various topics). I also love to read blogs of teachers from all around the world, especially those with whom I share a commitment to education and to developing 21st centuries skills of students.
  • Favorite book: Umberto Eco’s first novel The Name of the Rose (I have read it seven times.)
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