Sladjana has been working in primary school for more than 20 years and she teaches chemistry in English in a bilingual teaching project. She has experience working with children with special needs as well as with talented children. She has led various workshops on the use of digital innovations in teaching at STEM conferences in Brussels, Warsaw, Ljubljana and Belgrade. She is active as a seminar leader in the “Schools for the 21st Century” project in front of the British Council in Serbia and an external associate of the Institute for Evaluation in Belgrade.
AR technology allows us to see elements that do not exist in real life with the application through the screen of a device, most often a mobile phone. These elements expand the reality around us, but only when we look at it through the screen. Applications such as A-class and Aurasma allow the recognition of concepts and topics from teaching in a customized way for each student. This way of working integrated into the teaching facilitates the progress of students who have learning difficulties. The advantage is that this form of work can be applied at home during the application of online teaching as well as under special working conditions when the teacher think it is possible.