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18th Annual ELTA Conference – Best Moments

Hello, my dear colleagues! This post will review the 18th annual conference hosted by the English Language Teachers’ Association in Serbia. The conference was online and it had over 200 participants! Now, let’s dive into the conference itself and peek into some presentations. Conference program The conference program had 3 plenaries, and many workshops and …

Free Environmental Courses for Educators – Content and Teaching Methodology

Being an educator who is heavily inclined towards using meaningful EdTech in my online and offline classroom, It came very naturally for me to search for online professional development. What I didn’t expect is to find plenty of quality free environmental courses for educators! The thing that I love most about many courses listed below is …

21st Century Education, Young Learners & Geo-Inquiry: A Project

21st-century skills are not a new concept, although, at first glance, these skills sound otherworldly and virtually impossible to develop – Geo-inquiry might help. Many teachers shiver at the very thought of implementing them in their classrooms. Let’s warm-up together and start using them daily with Geo-Inquiry and these easy steps! 21st-century skills are a …

How National Geographic Certified Educator Course Changed my Perspective on the World and Teaching + Course Overview

Have you ever heard that you can become a National Geographic Certified Educator? Keep reading this post to learn how and why you should do it! Every educator has her/his own teaching style, and there are hardly two same teachers in the world. We do follow the same teaching methodology, but we also have a …

Learn to be Intercultural – Exchange in Sweden – Reflection of the Activities (Using them in the Classroom)

Hello, my dear colleagues – this post will discuss an exchange I participated in Sweden and show you how can you reuse these intercultural classroom activities! We are all busy during the school year and oftentimes most teachers cannot afford to travel anywhere. If you are still in your late twenties, you still have a …

Cool Kids for Eco Beats – Environmental Pollution Lesson Activities

Our Cool Kids for Eco Beats project intended to develop environmental awareness in high school students in Novi Sad, Serbia and It started with a lesson about environmental pollution, followed by renewable resources and finishing with endangered species and recycling – aka we had a lot of fun activities! The workshop plan was developed following …

Cool Kids for Eco Beats -Environmental Awareness Project – ImpactEco (NGO)

How can we develop environmental awareness in our students – can it be in form of a project? Read on to see how we managed to squeeze ecology into the regular high school curriculum. Project Cool Kids for Eco Beats educates students in elementary schools and high schools and helps them develop environmental literacy and awareness …

Environmental Education at its Best – A Visit to a Swedish Preschool in Stockholm

Have you ever wondered what does Swedish environmental education look like? If you are a nature lover like me, the need to develop environmental awareness in your children will eventually creep in your teaching style and curriculum. This is why I became a National Geographic Certified Educator! I must say that it was a life-changing …