Radmila Nedeljković

Classroom teacher

Education :

  • Academy of Vocational studies for teacher education; Šabac (Parent institution, University of Belgrade; 2020/2022).
  • Master vocational teacher
  • College of Vocational Studies for Teachers; Sabac 2012/2014.
    Specialist vocational teacher for art education.
  • College of Vocational studies for teachers; Kruševac 2007-2009.
    Vocational teacher
  • Higher school for teacher education; Kruševac 2002 / 03 – 2007.
  •  Teacher of preschool education and education.

License: License for the work of teachers, educators and professional associates

Work experience :

  • 2023 Elementary school “Jovan Sterija Popović”, Novi Beograd,, teacher on extended stay.
  • 2023 “Miroslav Antić” Primary school, Bele Vode – classroom teacher.
  • 2023 PU “Čukarica”, Sveti Sava, Banovo Brdo – master vocational teacher.
  • 2022 PU “Bajka”, Novi Beograd – vocational teacher.
  • 2019-2021 Private drawing, painting and sculpting lessons.
  • 2017-2019 In cooperation with the association “Centar u boji” and Elementary school “Miodrag Čajetinac – Čajka” and Elementary School “Živadin Apostolović”, extracurricular activities (art).
  • 2015-2019 PU ” Biseri”; Trstenik; vocational teacher.
  • 2015 – to date Founder of the Association for education and creative development of children “Centar u boji”; Trstenik – art specialist (leader of art workshops, organizer of exhibitions, organizer of a creative children’s festival, author of programs, work on projects, cooperation with the local community, cooperation with institutions, media, editing of archive of works, jurying of works, management of documentation, inclusive workshops, development workshops, etc.)
  • 2007-2009 Children’s playground “Tuf tufnica”; the owner .


  • Award from the Ministry of education and science for long-term improvement of art education in Serbia in 2021.
  • October award to organizations for long-term work and exceptional success in the culture and art of the municipality of Trstenik 2018.


  •       Author of several projects approved by the Ministry of culture and Information, and implemented under the auspices of the municipality of Trstenik. The most significant among them are: “The figure of princess Milica and the rosette” (2015); “City on a grain of wheat (2017)”; “Dressing near Morava” (2018); “Native house” (2019); “Suspension bridge” (2021).
  • The projects were realized with the Elementary school “Miodrag Čajetinac – Čajka”; and “Živadin Apostolović” Primary school, in Trstenik, MNRO association; “Red cross”, Trstenik; “Society for cerebral palsy”, as well as with the local community and institutions of cultural importance. About three thousand children from the municipality of Trstenik and its surroundings took part in the projects.
  • Author’s workshops: “Painting colony” (2015); “My hat”; “Boat, barge and lounger” (2022). ; “Patterns, traditions and Moravian forms, organized by the Trstenik tourist organization.”
  • Organized by the National university of Trstenik, “Creative festival” and “Rugs of the Trstenik region”. In the organization of the Society for cerebral palsy “Encourage fine motor skills”. Numerous workshops organized by the association “Centar u boji”, among which the “New Year’s humanitarian fair” and cooperation with the Museum Collection in the organization of workshops inspired by the current exhibitions in the museum, such as the exhibition of the works of “Gustav Klimt”, organized by Austrian cultural forum, then the exhibition of art pedagogue Radojka Samardžija ” The light of Vince ” . the “Centar u boji” association, we have developed the concept of education through art, significantly mentioning workshops based on the great masters.
  • Children’s exhibitions: In front of the association “Centar u boji”, a large number of children’s exhibitions in the “Museum collection” in Trstenik and the City gallery: “The figure of princess Milica and the rosette”; “Magic fingers”; Creative game ”; A pastel story with a plot in space ” ; Clothing near Morava „ ; “Visual thinking between myth, game and animation, etc.
  • Cooperation achieved: Tijana Jurić foundation, on the project “Stolen security”; Cooperation with the SBB foundation on the project “Don’t get dirty, you have no excuse”; “Pink ribbon Serbia” on the project “March, the month of the fight against cancer” and others. Achieved cooperation with the local community in Trstenik and cultural institutions in Trstenik and the municipality of Čukarica in Belgrade. Cooperation with the Foundation “Koreni” and the Children’s festival “Oplenac”. Cooperation with the national association NURDOR.
  • Mentoring work: Diploma of the Republic of Serbia of the Ministry of education, science and technological development for winning 3rd place at the student art competition (2022); Praise from the Ministry of education, science and technological development and the center for art education of children and youth of Vojvodina Novi Sad for participation at the 67th exhibition of art works by children and youth of Serbia on the theme “Space in children’s artistic expression” in the category of art workshops (2021); Recognitions from the Ministry of education and the Association of art educators of Serbia for a successful collection of works at the Republic art student exhibition (2019; 2021); Numerous awards at the international art biennial “Budi” in Pancevo (2021; 2019; 2018). Institute for public health “Dr. Milan Jovanović Batut” for winning 3rd place for art work. Grand prix for artistic creativity at the international children’s festival “On the wings of childhood” in Pannonia and others. Awards of the Children’s cultural center, Belgrade and the Society of neuroscience, Belgrade.
  •    Memberships:
  •    Member of the Association of art educators of Serbia (2019) – recognition from the Ministry of education and science for improving art education.
  •   Member of the association of visual artists Trstenik (2007), where he has been actively exhibiting paintings since 2007 participant of a large number of art colonies, as well as the traditional art colony “Days on the Morava” organized by the Trstenik tourist organization. He regularly participates in the painting of Easter eggs, at the humanitarian auction organized by the Tourist organization, Trstenik. Illustrated three books for children, written by children’s poet Petar Petrović.
  •  Graduated from the school of drawing, painting and sculpture organized by the National university in Trstenik, in the class of professor, sculptor Goran Bzenić (2003/04).
  • I finished the English language course at the National university in Trstenik (1990/1994).

Advanced training :

  • Certificate of participation in the eighth international expert conference on child safety “Safety and responsibility 2023”, which was held on October 25, 2023 in Belgrade, organized by the Center for missing and abused children.


  •   “Sensitizing professional workers in the field of peer violence in the digital space”. This education is recognized as a form of professional development by the Chamber of social protection by decision no. 55075-2000/2023, dated 10.10.2023. years. Organized by the Center for missing and abused children.
  • Certificate of participation in the workshop for parents of potentially gifted children according to the SENG SMPG METHOD from June 21, 2019 to August 22, 2019. The organizers of the workshop are the Trstenik cultural center and the French-Balkan association Out of blue Paris – the GIFTEDLAB program.

Staša Lučić

IB DP History teacher, DP History P2 examiner





PhD in Social History Belgrade University, Faculty of Philosophy in progress

MA in Modern History, 2010-2011 Belgrade University, Faculty of Philosophy

Bachelor’s degree in Archaeology and History, 1998-2002 The Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Faculty of Philosophy, School of History and Archeology


Professional training:

IB workshop- Learning Diversity and Inclusion, (august, 2022)

IBDP Category 3 Workshop History: A Focus on Internal Assessment, February 2018

IBDP Category 2 Workshop Theory of Knowledge, February 2015

Cambridge IGCSE History (0470) March 2017

IBDP Examiner in History Paper2 Training July- August 2012

IBDP Theory of Knowledge Examiner Training February – March 2012

IBDP History – Putting the Course, October – November 2009

IBDP Theory of Knowledge Berlin, July 2009

Improving communication competence and active listening skills, Institute for Educational Research, Belgrade February 2107

University of Copenhagen, PhD School, Faculty of Humanities PhD Course Nationalism and Multiculturalism Copenhagen, December 2012



IBDP History HL and SL teacher, Rudjer Boskovic High School, Belgrade, Serbia since 2019

IBDP History and Theory of Knowledge teacher, Gimnazija Crnjanski, since 2007

IGCSE History and Global Perspectives teacher Gimnazija Crnjanski, since 2015

IBDP  Theory of Knowledge essays examiner and History paper 2 examiner (e marking), since 2011



Study Academy Vienna Revision Courses History teacher April 2015

Zentrum fur Sudosteuropastudien, Graz Research Fellow – May 2014

Republic Institute for the Protection of Cultural Monuments of Serbia, 2006.



Kristina Jolović Protić

Teacher of physics

Education:  Faculty of Physics, University of Belgrade- Master in physics


Federal seminar programme 2017, 2018, 2019.

Teacher training program for objectives-based learning 2019.

Participation in projects:

Science festival 2014, 2015, 2017.

EDUfair 2017.

Past experience: Teacher of physics, Educational system ’’Crnjanski’’

Marija Milbridge

Teacher of English Language (Native Speaker)





Bachelor of Education (Secondary, Humanities stream), University of Sydney, Australia

(Teaching subjects: English and French)


Fort Street High School, Sydney


Other Languages:

Serbian (native speaker)

French (B2 level)


Professional Background:

Teaching English Language Acquisition to children and adults in Serbia and other European countries

Teaching Serbian as a foreign language to children and adults in Australia

Delivering corporate staff training in a variety of business contexts in Australia (government, private and NGO sectors)

Delivery of individual consulting and small-group workshops in specialized contexts including:  organizational culture change, HR workforce planning and recruitment

Consulted to overseas-trained professionals on corporate communication and presentation in the Australian workplace culture.

Assisted with design of public education programs for ACT Libraries (Canberra, Australia)

Took part in projects promoting bilingualism, bilingual education and CLIL through active involvement in the Bilingual Education Alliance (Canberra, Australia)


Marija Stanković

Teacher of German language

Education :

BA in German Language and Literature, the Department of Germanic Studies, Faculty of Philology, Belgrade

Master’s degree –  Serbian as a foreign languaue

The Philological High School of Belgrade with English language as the main language

Professional development training:

Teaching German,  English and Serbian as a foreign language to children in the ages from 6 to 18, in groups and individually

Teaching German to adults, in groups and individually

Milenko Miljić

Teacher of geography


-2010 – Geography Graduate for Environmental Science from the Faculty of Geography, University of Belgrade
Workshops and certificates:
-Cambridge International Examinations online Professional Development course: Introductory Cambridge IGCSE Geography (0460)
-CTP Cambridge IGCSE Geography (0460)
-International Baccalaureate Environmental systems and societies (Cat.2) workshop
Examination experience:
-International Baccalaureate Environmental systems and societies – since 2017
-Cambridge IGCSE Geography (0460) – since 2018
-Cambridge International AS & A Level Human Geography Examiner – since 2020
Past expirience:
– 2015 – present: IB Environmental systems and societies teacher at Gimnazija Crnjanski
– 2015 – present: Cambridge IGCSE and Lower Secondary Geography teacher at Gimnazija Crnjanski and POŠ Plavi Krug

Dr Miloš Paunović

Teacher of History



He received his BA, MPhil and PhD degrees in History at the University of Belgrade, with PhD dissertation Balkan Horizons of British Politics Towards Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes 1920 – 1929. His main research interests cover the impact of the British foreign policy and British culture on the former Yugoslav lands during the 20th Century. His field of interest also includes history of sport, Serbian pupils and students during the First World War, as well as contemporary relations between ex-Yugoslav/Balkan nations.

Apart from teaching Miloš has years of working experience in Serbian NGO sector. He was one of the co-founders of the Centre for Sports Heritage (Belgrade). As a researcher, he took part in the following two research projects that the centre conducted in cooperation with the British Embassy in Belgrade:

– Sport remembers: Serbian-British sporting contacts during the First World War


– Exile in the Classroom: Serbian students and pupils in Great Britain during the First World War

He’s author and co-author of several monographs and academic articles, the most recent ones being Exile in the Classroom (CSH, 2016) and Towards Permanent Solutions of Open Questions Between Serbia and its Neighbours (CPES, 2019). Miloš is also an associate researcher at CPES (Belgrade).

Presentations in international academic conferences:

June 2014:  Kick-Off in Europe’s „Powder Keg“: Cooperation and Confrontation in Football in South Slavic Lands 1900-1914, Manchester Metropolitan University, Cheshire Faculty, Crew, UK

October 2013: An Old Empire and a Newcomer: The British And Yugoslav Diplomat’s Views On Each Other After the Paris Peace Conference, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK

September 2013: Football’s Positive Influence on Integration in Diverse Societies: The Cases of Two Post-War Yugoslavias, UCLAN, Manchester, UK

Languages: English, Norwegian, Serbian (fluent), German (basic), Slovak (basic)



Dr Uroš Tomić

Teacher of English A: Language and Literature (MYP/IB)



  • BA, MA/MPhil and PhD, Faculty of Philology, University of Belgrade
  • PhD in Literary Studies with Culture and Film Studies

Works as a lecturer at the University of Belgrade, literary and academic translator, and author of academic study guides of literary works for US colleges.

Academic researcher (literature, film, popular culture, translatology, adaptation theory), associate at the American Cultural Center, author of a novel and numerous short stories published in the UK and US.

Eight years of experience teaching English A within the IBDP (Certificates: English A: Literature and English A: Language and Literature).

Marija Skoković

Master in Education- School Teacher, Teacher Education Faculty, University of Belgrade



  • IB workshop- Learning Diversity and Inclusion, (august, 2022)


  • 2019 – Online Seminar ‘Introduction to the Cambridge Primary Checkpoint for Global Perspectives’
  • 2018 – Online Seminar “Good Preparation for Classroom Time-Successful Time”
  • 2018 – Online Seminar “Active Oriented Math”
  • 2018 Mind Up Program, Djokovic Foundation
  • 2016 HP Classroom
  • 2015 Skills for adolescence
  • 2014 Thematic approach to teaching
  • 2013 Seminar- ‘Group work’
  • 2012 Introduction to Cambridge primary 1
  • 2012 Introduction to Cambridge secondary 1
  • 2009 Licensing Exam Primary school teachers by the Ministry of Education of Serbia
  • 2011 Seminar ‘Motivation for Learning’
  • 2010 Seminar ‘Inclusive education’
  • 2010 Seminar NTC systems of Learning
  • 2010 Seminar ‘Critical Thinking Through Reading and Writing’
  • 2010 Seminar ‘How to think differently and interdisciplinary’
  • 2009 Practical Classroom Training- Cyprus, training provider-International Highgate school, Cyprus
  • 2008 Seminar ‘Improvement of School planning’
  • 2008 – 2010.-Seminar ‘Classroom management’ and workshops (Highgate school, Cyprus)
  • 2008 – Seminar ‘How to write projects’



External Associate – Institut for Education Quality and Evaluation


Assessment of tests in the framework of the International Survey of Educational Achievement of Fourth Grade Elementary School Students in Mathematics and Sciences – TIMSS 2011, 2015 i2019 (Trends in Mathematics and Science Study).



Milica Skočajić



PhD student at Faculty of Philosophy, University of Belgrade, Department of Psychology

Work experience:


Teaching Developmental psychology at Faculty for Media and Communication, University Singidunum, Department of Psychology as a student assistant


Teaching Introduction to psychology of education at Faculty of Philosophy, University of Belgrade, Department of Psychology as a student assistant


Junior Researcher at Public Policy Research Centre


Assistant at Petnica Science Centre

Research projects:


Educational Research Association of Serbia: Adaptation of inclusive early education and care framework in Serbia


Women’s Studies Centre (Faculty of Political Sciences): Socio-economic and political changes in Serbia and gender-based violence


Faculty of Philosophy, University of Belgrade, Department of Psychology: Teacher’s stereotypes about students from marginalized groups

Published papers:


Skočajić, M., Radosavljević, J., Okičić, M., Janković, I., & Žeželj, I. (2016, oktobar). Boys Just Don’t! Gender Stereotyping and Sanctioning of Counter-Stereotypical Behavior in Preschoolers. Sex Roles.

Stanković, B., Skočajić, M. & Đorđević, A. (2018). Managing childbirth in Serbia: medical interventions and birth experiences. Limes Plus. 14(2), 197-225.


Skočajić, M. & Stanković, B. (2018, November). Deciding on having an abortion, presented at Qualitative research in social science: from personal experience to social practice. Beograd.


Anić, T., Nedeljković, B., Skočajić, M., & Vladisavljević, M. (2015). Construction of the gender stereotype scale, presented at Empirical studies in psychology. Beograd.