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Submission no.
Title of the submission
Teaching the teachers in Serbia

Author(s) of the submission
Filip Maljković
E-mail address
Country/place of origin
Affiliation, if any (organisation, company etc.)
Wikimedia Serbia

Main theme
Skills for life
Type of session
teachers, professors, schools, professional development
Length of session
20 + 10 = 30 minutes
Do you want to submit a paper for peer-reviewing?

This presentation will showcase the history of Wikimedia Serbia's Seminars of professional development for school teachers, as well as successes that we have achieved throughout the years. We have started more than 4 years ago with a grassroots effort to educate Serbia's educators about Wikipedia and wiki tools in general, so that they could use them in class. We have started our third version of the accredited course and we have a lot to share. I will explain what topics we cover in those seminars, what are the ways that we follow subsequent work and reconnect with participants, what are the greatest achievements of this program etc.
How does your proposal adds knowledge to the international community in Wikimedia and education?
People will be able to learn from our experiences and possibly try to adapt this to their own setting. I will demonstrate the simplicity of the project and the great impact it has provided to us.
Who is the intended ideal audience for the topic?
Wikipedians and Wikimedians, but also teachers and people involved in education in general
Slides or further information
To be added at a later time
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