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Plenary Speaker

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Radmila Popovic is a teacher educator with considerable experience of designing and implementing innovative education projects. Having lived and studied both in her native country (PhD in Applied Linguistics, University of Belgrade) and the USA (MAT from the School for International Training, Brattleboro, VT), Radmila is primarily interested in effective ways of drawing on the knowledge and experience of 'foreign' and 'local' experts to effect educational change. She has co-designed and taught new PreSETT, mentor and trainer training courses in Serbia. She also has extensive experience in acting as a mediator between different stakeholders (Ministry of Education, University, Teachers' Associations) in foreign aid projects. She has presented at a number of national and international conferences and she was a plenary speaker at IATEFL Conference, 2008. Her research interests include second language acquisition and critical pedagogy.

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Aug 12th, 9:00 AM Aug 12th, 9:45 AM

Plenary Speaker

Auditorium

Radmila Popovic is a teacher educator with considerable experience of designing and implementing innovative education projects. Having lived and studied both in her native country (PhD in Applied Linguistics, University of Belgrade) and the USA (MAT from the School for International Training, Brattleboro, VT), Radmila is primarily interested in effective ways of drawing on the knowledge and experience of 'foreign' and 'local' experts to effect educational change. She has co-designed and taught new PreSETT, mentor and trainer training courses in Serbia. She also has extensive experience in acting as a mediator between different stakeholders (Ministry of Education, University, Teachers' Associations) in foreign aid projects. She has presented at a number of national and international conferences and she was a plenary speaker at IATEFL Conference, 2008. Her research interests include second language acquisition and critical pedagogy.