Katarina Aleksić

Contact

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Professional Status

Employed
Open to opportunities

Skills

  • Coding for Pimary School Students (Scratch, AppInventor, Alice)
  • Computer literacy (MS Office, Internet, Social Media, Programming, Learning Management Systems, Web 2.0 Tools, Adobe products…)
  • Digital literacy (finding, using, summarizing, evaluating, creating… information while using digital technologies)
  • 21st Century Skills (communication, collaboration, critical thinking, technology)
  • Holistic approach in Teaching and Learning
  • Excellent transversal skills (communication in mother and foreign language, mathematical literacy, knowledge of science and technology, digital literacy, meta cognitive skills, interpersonal and civic competences, sensitivity to diversity…)
  • Excellent organisational, team work and communication skills (experience and active participation in numerous school, interscholastic and international educational projects)
  • Understanding and proactive approach to challenges in teaching profession in Serbia (proactive attitude in finding partners and establishing cooperation with experts and schools from Serbia and abroad)
  • Experience in horizontal training for teachers (educator in the field of learning technology and portfolio)
  • Experience in teaching children with learning difficulties and Roma children
  • Luxembourg - High level Conference "Transforming Europe towards the Digital Age", December 15th 2015
  • France - XI International Conference on Excellence in Education: The Creativity – Innovation Challenge, Paris, 7 - 10 July 2014
  • Germany - "Young people's practices of new media (Web 2.0)" (Council of Europe, Pestalozzi Programme), Bad Wildbad, 2 – 6 May 2011
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina - “ACES Kick-Off Meeting” (Academy of Central European Schools), Sarajevo, 3 - 8 October 2015
  • Slovakia – “ACES Academy” (Academy of Central European Schools), Senec, 1 – 4 April 2014
  • Romania - Study Visit to Scoala Gimnaziala No188, Bucharest, 13 – 17 December 2013
  • Romania – “ACES Kick-Off Meeting” (Academy of Central European Schools), Bucharest, 30 September – 4 October 2013
  • Organization of the physical environment (arranging classroom into well-defined work areas, promoting interactions as well as independence…)
  • Establishing rules and routines
  • Development of caring relationships (positive behavioural support, motivation, reinforcement…)
  • Implementation of engaging instruction through hybrid learning, project based learning, flipped classroom method, inquiry based learning, self-oriented learning, differentiation, extending learning beyond the classroom, interaction with local community, School Networking, international collaboration…
  • Prevention and responding to discipline problems
  • Alternatives to violence (16 hours)
  • National Curriculum Framework - Module 2 (32 hours)
  • National Curriculum Framework - Module 1 (40 hours)
  • ICT in Teaching (16 hours)
  • Knowledge Construction, Cooperation and ICT usage in 21st Century School (16 hours)
  • Google Applications for Google generations (24 hours)
  • Blog, Twitter and Facebook in Teaching (24 hours)
  • Shool Inclusion in child-friendly way (16 hours)
  • Young people's practices of new media (Web 2.0) (30 hours)
  • School Librarians showcase (8 hours)
  • E-learning (20 hours)
  • Communication and interaction in the contemporary school (24 hours)
  • How to think differently and interdisciplinary? (24 hours)
  • eTeaching materials (16 hours)
  • Mensa NTC learning system - developing creative and functional thinking and effective learning (20 hours)
  • Methods of realization of the content of the application of ICT (16 hours)
  • New trends in the teaching of programming (16 hours)
  • Multimedia in teaching and learning in primary school (13 hours)
  • Object-oriented modeling (16 hours)
  • Republican Specialized seminar for teachers of computer science in elementary and secondary schools (about working with lovers of Computing and Informatics) (8 hours)
  • Communication skills in educational institutions (10 hours)
  • Maintaining School Computer Network (16)
  • School Development Planning (40 hours)
  • IT knowledge Panels (12 hours)
  • Programming in Scratch, Harvey Mudd College – California through edX 2016
  • Games in School (European Schoolnet Academy) 2016
  • Mobile Computing with App Inventor - CS Principles, Trinity College - Connecticut through edX 2015
  • Introducing Computing in your Classroom (European Schoolnet Academy) 2015
  • Developing Digital Skills in your Classroom (European Schoolnet Academy) 2015
  • Getting Started with Java Using Alice (Oracle Academy) 2015
  • Introducing Technology-Enhanced Teaching (European Schoolnet Academy) 2015
  • Edmodo Certified Learner 2015
  • Teaching with Technology (Microsoft) 2015
  • Windows 8 in the Classroom (Microsoft) 2015
  • Windows in the Classroom (Microsoft) 2015
  • Teaching with Technology Basics (Microsoft) 2015
  • Competences for 21st Century Schools (European Schoolnet Academy) 2014
  • Introducing Computing in your Classroom (European Schoolnet Academy) 2015
  • How to Teach Computing: An Introduction to Concepts, Tools and Resources for Secondary Teachers (European Schoolnet Academy) 2014
  • Innovative Practices for Engaging STEM Teaching (European Schoolnet Academy) 2014
  • Gamification (Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, Coursera) 2013
  • Future Classroom Scenarios (European Schoolnet Academy) 2014
  • Virtual Classroom Certificate (Sophia, Capella University) 2014
  • Chrome Classroom Professional Development Program (Sophia, Capella University) 2013
  • Tablet Certificate (Sophia, Capella University) 2013
  • Flipped Classroom Certificate (Sophia, Capella University) 2013
  • Windows MultiPoint Server 2010 - Training for Teachers, Professional Associates and Principals (Digital Agenda) 2011
  • Web Workshop - Adobe Photoshop & Macromedia Dreamweaver & Macromedia Flash (CET Adobe Certified Training Provider) 2006
  • Numerous webinars