Milica Vukadin

Milica Vukadin
ELLoquent CLIL School of English for Children

Bachelor's and Master's degree in Early Childhood Education
Looking for a fully-funded PhD student position related to Early Childhood Education and teaching English to VYL


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Milica Vukadin holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Education from the Faculty of Education in Jagodina, University of Kragujevac. She is currently writing her Master thesis on the topic of environmental education in bilingual preschools, and she also attended an additional master’s course for English teaching methodology for young learners. Her interests are connected to teaching English to young learners, storytelling, environmental education, and distance learning.


Publications (3)
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The 21st-century skills, such as communication, collaboration, critical thinking, and creativity, are essential when it comes to education for sustainable development and lifelong learning. The aim of the paper is to provide a methodological overview of the 21st century education framework and to contribute to improving the current pedagogical pr...
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This paper examines the concept of developing environmental awareness in preschool-aged children. This research aimed to discover if it is possible and to what extent to develop environmental awareness and language of very young learners by using Theme-based Instruction outdoors. Moreover, the specific aim of this research was to determine if outd...
Conference Paper
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The paper discusses the process of bibliotherapy with a focus on developmental bibliotherapy at the preschool age. In order to illustrate how bibliotherapy can affect a child’s development at the preschool age, the paper defines developmental bibliotherapy, outlines the implementation process, presents how particular segments affect the participant...


Question (1)
Hello, fellow researchers!
In Europe, we have the Bolognia system of higher education, which started in 1999.
That is more than 20 years ago.
Recently a fellow colleague complained and got when she filled my research survey because I do not have the old degrees listed.
The old degrees have been redefined and now we have Bachelor's degrees, Master's degrees, and Ph.D. degrees.
The degrees have been redesigned so the people who completed something in between either had to pass additional exams to get a certain degree or they studied for a Ph.D. for a shorter period of time. Or they didn't do anything at all and stayed at this degree level.
Might I add that a very little number of people have this specific degree (more than a Master's degree and less than a P.hD.)
To conclude: Should we keep adding degrees that stopped being issued 20 years ago in the demographic data part of our research surveys?


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Projects (2)
Exploring digital competences of Serbian teachers needed to develop a proper distance learning classroom. Organizing professional development programs based on the survey data.