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Jelena Milanković Jovanov

Jelena Milanković Jovanov

PhD od Geoscience

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9 Research Items
52 Citations
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Additional affiliations
April 2017 - August 2017
Primary School "Jovan Jovanović Zmaj"
Position
  • Geography Teacher
January 2015 - September 2016
Electrotechnical School "Mihajlo Pupin"
Position
  • Professor
October 2012 - November 2012
Gymnasium "Jovan Jovanović Zmaj"
Position
  • Professor
Education
October 2008 - September 2015
University of Novi Sad
Field of study
  • Geoscience

Publications

Publications (27)
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Environmental protection contents are characterized by a wide range of interdisciplinarity. They are realized separately within the teaching of biology and geography (5th–8th grade) in elementary school in Serbia. Numerous concepts and facts are similar, especially within the content Nature Protection. The application of an integrative teaching app...
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Virtual (VR) and augmented reality (AR) have emerged from the framework of academic and industrial laboratories and have acquired global attention. Currently, the focus shifted from the technologies themselves to finding adequate teaching and learning applications. In this paper, the students' attitudes toward the application of mobile AR (MAR) in...
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In post-socialist European countries, smaller cities were most vulnerable to economic restructuring during the transition years, as a result of which they suffered political and economic changes. These changes significantly influenced the hierarchy of these settlements in the settlement system. The phenomenon of urban hierarchy and changes in the h...
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A geography teacher is a professional person who conducts the teaching process in accordance with the standards and procedures of the teacher’s call. It is necessary for a teacher to possess knowledge in the psychological, pedagogical, and sociological domains because he/she often plays the role of a homeroom teacher as well. The role of teachers i...
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Th e Danube river waterway, i.e. the Pan-European Corridor VII, is considered as one of the most signifi cant transport corridors in Eu-rope. It runs through ten countries, including Serbia (the Serbian part of the river is 588 km long), which is why it is one of Serbia's priorities to develop inland water transport. Th e system of waterways provid...
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In the last decades, the development of transport infrastructure has been necessary because of the population increase and expansion of urban centres. Infrastructure development leads to modification and changes in areas characterized by high human population density. The lack of adequate transport infrastructure inhibits local economic and social...
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The Danube Region in Serbia has enormous potential for the growth of agriculture, energetics, industry and tourism. However, these resources are not equally utilized in all parts of the Danube region. The middle part is the most developed part of the Danube region in Serbia, where are the largest cities of the state, the biggest concentration of pr...
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Rivers have always had a major role in the founding of cities, which can be explained by the fact that the agricultural and industrial activities are very dependent on the proximity of a water resources. Also, the river has a significant role as a waterway, which is of great importance for any settlement. The area of the Danube band, because of its...
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Roma in Serbia still do not have equal access to quality education. Roma children are more increasingly present in the school system in Serbia, which shows that there is a trend in decreasing differences among pupils. Inclusion should make education more accessible and of better quality for Roma children. Serbia is on the right track to achieve thi...
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According to estimates of International Energy Agency (IEA), in the period from 2005 to 2025, increase of 40% in primary energy consumption can be expected. This caused a greater application of renewable energy sources. The growth of the renewable energy sector in the world in the first decade of the twentyfirst century was rapid. Serbia is a count...
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The aim of this research was to ascertain the competencies of grammar school students who learn geographic features of Europe by applying selected didactical principles. The research included 2nd grade students of ”Laza Kostić” Grammar School in Novi Sad (North Serbia). Selected classess were divided into two groups of students. The experimental gr...
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The aim of this research was to ascertain the competencies of grammar school students who learn geographic features of Europe by applying selected didactical principles. The research included 2nd grade students of "Laza Kostić" Grammar School in Novi Sad (North Serbia). Selected classess were divided into two groups of students. The experimental gr...
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The Danube river waterway, i.e. Pan European Corridor VII, has been defined as one of the most significant transport corridors in Europe. It runs through ten countries, among which through the Republic of Serbia in the length of 588 km. Owing to its favourable navigability, the Danube River offers excellent prerequisites for the development of frei...
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The Kolubara Lignite Basin in the Republic of Serbia is the most important source of this type of fossil energy. Available lignite reserves enable the production of electricity, so the priority, in this region, is its exploitation. This is the reason why all other characteristics of this region have undergone major changes. Since the lignite exploi...
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This paper reports on the basic characteristics of agricultural activity in the Republic of Serbia, which to a great extent determines the diet of the population of the country. Fertile soil and suitable climate provide conditions for the development of rural areas, both by farming and by animal breeding. The amount of cultivable soil in Serbia is...
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The Euroregion “The Danube-Drava-Sava” was brought into being for the purpose of stimulating the integration of the countries that it comprises into a unique entity in which mutual interests will be advanced. The aim of the Euroregion formation is not only the economic, but also the international, trans-border, political and social cooperation. Sin...
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The topic of this paper is contemporary tendencies and business trends in Slovenia, a country which left behind the period of crisis and by transforming its outdated and obsolete industry has overcome the period of transition. The paper deals with economy, industrial and economic solutions in Slovenia thanks to which this country has recovered from...
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From antiquity to the present day, people have used globes to model the world around them. Globes serve many different functions, from practical tools to representations of power, and have been produced for a variety of audiences, including as children's teaching objects, sailors' navigation aids and gentlemen's status symbols. Globes faithfully r...
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Acquiring ethnological notions and noticing cause and effect relations between ethnology and other disciplines especially geography, is of great importance for education of students of geography. Studying the components of ethnology has long tradition at the university of Novi Sad , at the Department for geography, tourism and hotel management. At...
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International cooperation is based on economic, political and social progress. Borderline districts, due to their location, first of all, represent the points that create the opportunities for a vast variety of cooperation, most commonly based on ethnic diversity, demographic potentials and natural resources. Kikinda is a settlement in north Banat,...

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