Three International School teachers recently participated in a scientific roundtable titled “Canada and the Contemporary World”. Held in the National Library of Serbia to commemorate Canada Day, this enlightening gathering brought together experts and enthusiasts to promote Canadian culture in Serbia. The gathering was opened by David Morgan, a representative of the Canadian Embassy.
Our very own Art and Design teacher, Ms Lora Mitić, Computer Science teacher, Mr Milić Vukojičić and French teacher, Dr Marija Panić, who also serves as the president of the Serbian Association of Canadian Studies, showed their expertise through thought-provoking presentations.
Session left attendees inspired and intrigued
While Dr Marija Panić was the moderator of the roundtable, Ms Lora Mitić talked about the “Impact of French Surrealism in the artistic work and activism of Jean-Paul Riopelle”. Mr Milić Vukojičić held a presentation called “Winter is coming, again: Does Canada have a solution for the new “winter” in the field of AI?”. This session left attendees inspired and intrigued by Canada’s ever-evolving tech landscape. This event was also supported by other experts and their lectures.
Intellectual exchange contributed to the overall success of the event
The roundtable facilitated lively discussions among participants, fostering a collaborative environment where attendees could share their perspectives and attitudes. The teachers actively engaged with the participants, exchanged ideas and gained valuable knowledge from diverse viewpoints. This intellectual exchange contributed to the overall success of the event, leaving participants with a deeper appreciation for the global significance of Canada’s contributions in various fields.
Our teachers demonstrated their commitment to promoting an inclusive and internationally-oriented educational environment
By participating in the “Canada and the Contemporary World” roundtable, our Art and Design, Computer Science, and French teachers demonstrated their commitment to promoting an inclusive and internationally-oriented educational environment. Their presentations served as a testament to Canada’s global impact across art, technology, and culture.
Our dedicated teachers were honoured to attend a prestigious Canada Day roundtable, where they shared their expertise and gained valuable insights, symbolising our school’s commitment to excellence in education. We are incredibly proud to be represented at such a distinguished event.