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Serbs and Science/Education
« on: October 01, 2015, 05:00:14 PM »
On this day in 1924 began with the work of Radio Belgrade ( 6 years after the radio station in Pittsburgh ).  8)
On the same day as the Vienna Radio in Austria.

The first regular radio program in the Balkans is broadcast over the radio-telegraph plant cells in Rakovica. Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday from 18:45 to 19:45. transmitted concerts, read the news, service information, advertising, water level, stock reports.

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Re: Serbs and Science
« Reply #1 on: January 07, 2016, 06:42:13 PM »
On this day 1943 died famous scientist Nikola Tesla at 86 in New York City, USA.



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Re: Serbs and Science/Education
« Reply #2 on: February 29, 2016, 01:07:26 PM »
Internet in Serbia first time iin 1996. Two months after UN on suggestion of Western powers lift a sanctions on Serbia and Montenegro.

During the rule of Slobodan Milosević in Serbia "Computer Centre", University of Belgrade on 27 February 1996 Academic network connected to the Internet in cooperation with the provider Telephony (now BeotelNet), and thus began the era of the technology in Serbia.  :)

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Re: Serbs and Science
« Reply #3 on: May 08, 2016, 03:19:43 PM »
Yesterday in Novi Sad, Serbia opened Fest of Science and Education





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Re: Serbs and Science
« Reply #4 on: May 10, 2016, 05:35:33 AM »
Internet in Serbia first time iin 1996. Two months after UN on suggestion of Western powers lift a sanctions on Serbia and Montenegro.

During the rule of Slobodan Milosević in Serbia "Computer Centre", University of Belgrade on 27 February 1996 Academic network connected to the Internet in cooperation with the provider Telephony (now BeotelNet), and thus began the era of the technology in Serbia.  :)

And just think about it Al,  here you are reading this, typed by
someone thousands of miles away in another country :)  The
internet rocks! 
Be Prepared

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Re: Serbs and Science
« Reply #5 on: May 10, 2016, 07:23:22 AM »
And just think about it Al,  here you are reading this, typed by
someone thousands of miles away in another country :)  The
internet rocks!

Yes and no.
TV "rocks" ( watch the move "TV Network" ). Especially, global TV networks ( CNN, BBC, Russia Today, Fox,Al Jazeera, NBC...).
But without internet we could not change information thousands of miles away in other continent ! :D
Like you and me and many people in whole world ( for North Korea I am not sure ).

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Re: Serbs and Science/Education
« Reply #6 on: May 20, 2016, 09:05:11 PM »
Tomorrow in Serbia will begin 13th "Night of Museums".



http://www.nocmuzeja.rs/O-nama/In-Englishhttp://

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Re: Serbs and Science
« Reply #7 on: July 10, 2016, 08:52:29 AM »
Today in the downtown of Belgrade President of Republic of Serbia Nikolic ceremoniously unveiled a monument of inventor Nikola Tesla because today 160 because today is the 150th anniversary of his birth in the Serbian village of Smiljan (now Croatia).
Monument of Tesla is near the church dedicated to St. Sava, the first Serbian Archbishop.


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Re: Serbs and Science/Edication
« Reply #8 on: August 24, 2016, 12:38:45 AM »
Yesterday in the elementary school "Bishop Nikolaj Velimirović" in small town Sabac, Serbia was opened 11th Summer Mathematical camp, which will last until 8/27.



The underlying idea of ​​the Summer Camp is a mathematical construction of mathematical knowledge acquired peer education. The camp is organized for students from fourth through eighth grade, and students will have four days during math class, organized visits to cultural sites Sabac, and motivational lectures at the end of the day. During the Six Day Camp will be held more than 100 hours of mathematics.

On Saturday 9/27 the competition in mathematics, followed by a closing ceremony at which awards will be awarded to the most successful participants.

In addition to the primary school teachers' Nikolaj Velimirović "presenters at the 11th Mathematics Summer Camp were successful high school students from Serbia. This year is the obligatory preparation of term papers for students from sixth to eighth grade. The works will be part of the Summer Mathematical Proceedings of the camp, and some seminars will be presented during the Camp. 40 participants from other cities provided accommodation.
Participation in the camp is free for all participants and the trainer volunteer.

http://www.novosti.rs/vesti/naslovna/drustvo/aktuelno.290.html:621547-U-Sapcu-otvoren-11-Letnji-matematicki-kamphttp://

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Re: Serbs and Science/Education
« Reply #9 on: August 27, 2016, 03:01:33 PM »
On September the school year begins in Serbia.
Serbian PM Vucic have no understanding for the parents because the prices of books and other school equipment price increased. :(


1 salary for 2 pupils

Only textbooks and supplies "become empty" wallet of the parents of 25,000 to 40,000 Serbian dinars ($ 225 to 360 $).
A new set of books from 8,500 to 14,300 dinars (77 $ to 130 $), and used books are half the price and sold on the street.

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Re: Serbs and Science/Education
« Reply #10 on: November 14, 2016, 07:29:10 AM »
The campaign for children to read books, through the Public TV Service of Serbia (RTS) gives the results: a teacher in my area, set the task for pupils to read books. That is Primary school.
The first book, "Gulliver's Travels" by J. Swift.



However, private TV stations in Serbia continue to show the "reality show" kitsch, "Crime chronicle", "why divorcing celebrities in the world?", Do not question the authority of Serbian PM Vucic and his government, the EU, NATO, IMF ... "Verboten" of the parliamentary opposition, showing new "soap operas" from around the world (from Turkey, Latin America, India ...).

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Re: Serbs and Science/Education
« Reply #11 on: December 19, 2016, 06:55:33 PM »
On this day in 1875 in the village of Titel (now northern Serbia)
born Serbian scientist Mileva Maric. She was the first wife of Albert Einstein.



Neo-Nazis, not knowing that Mileva was a Serb, to ridicule a Jew Einstein, for years wrote that Albert is copied scientific papers
from his wife. Interesting, Feminists are agree with Neo-nazis about that.  ::)


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Re: Serbs and Science/Education
« Reply #12 on: January 05, 2017, 12:27:31 AM »
The great interest of students for religious education  :) :)

Wednesday, 01/04 2017

Source: RTS (Public Service Radio-Television Serbia)

One year ago, the former Education Minister Vucic has questioned two elective courses, civics and religious education, however, are not removed from the schedules. Religious education is taught under the new program, but the preference of students remained unchanged. In Belgrade, he attended 54 percent of students, while in the interior, this percentage is even higher.

Unusual for the time of religious literature. Squares of a Belgrade school of life, morality and humanity learn from the examples from "The Little Prince".

Prepared by Dragana Biberović

Kids love religious, because a song and the story and some due to religious teachers.

Despite the existence of the subject for years in question, interest of children and their relationship to the religious set up, according to the religious teachers, does not change.

"Children love to this thing. She felt what adults often invisible, and that is that veruočitelj his love and experience that makes children receive a priceless gift that they can not get elsewhere. I believe that there is an essential role in creating a healthy personality that will  have the ability to create a better world than it is now, "says religious teacher Darko Nikolic.

The results of the object because no data has not done a serious analysis of the effects of teaching. Therefore, it is foolish to talk about major cuts, the attitude of the Board in cooperation with churches and religious communities.

"That was not the position of the government at this point what the minister said that need perispitati and reduce the number of hours or abolish religious education," says Mileta Radojevic from the Department for Cooperation with Churches and religious communities.

What's ministry is a different attitude.
"Religious education is on the list of compulsory elective subjects and do not intend to be abolished. The reform begins with an optional elective subjects, which we have already announced," said Vesna Nedeljkovic from the Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development.
Religious education was introduced in schools in Serbia in 2001, after more than half a century since its abolition ... but how? That's another story.

http://www.rts.rs/page/stories/sr/story/125/drustvo/2583161/veliko-interesovanje-ucenika-za-veronauku.htmlhttp://