Educational leadership & teacher firstname.lastname@example.org
Marija is ELTA Journal Editor-in-Chief, an educational consultant and an English teacher. Her professional interests include: reflective practice, teacher development, school leadership and emotional intelligence. She received her BA in English, Belgrade University and her MA in Lifelong learning from the Danish School of Education, Deusto University and London University respectively. On our team, Marija is responsible for general team coordination, planning and communication with external sources. Marija initiated a series of articles entitled ‘Leadership in support of teacher learning’. She reviews Academic corner.
Young learners & teacher email@example.com
Maja is ELTA Journal co-editor, a teacher trainer and an English teacher. Her professional interests are: young learners, teacher training, cognitive linguistics and e-learning. She received her BA in English and literature and MA in linguistics from the University of Novi Sad. On ELTA Journal Team, Maja is in charge of the columns Young and Teenage Learners and Teacher and Trainer Education. She also conducts interviews with linguists, and ELT authors. Maja will usually be the last person to check your article before final submission for publishing.
English for Specific Purposes & Materials Developmentbojana.firstname.lastname@example.org
Bojana is ELTA Journal co-editor, an English teacher and a teacher trainer. The key words she works with are technology mediated education, e-learning, SLA, ESP, critical thinking and materials development. Bojana received BA in English, Belgrade University and is about to become Magister. She is the author of a course book for medical English for secondary schools. Bojana reviews and occasionally writes for the following columns: IT for ELT and ESP for Life. Bojana gives our team technical support as well as creative lesson plans.
Teaching teenagers & ESOL email@example.com
Olivera is ELTA Journal co-editor and an English teacher. She has a BA degree in English and literature from Belgrade University and is currently doing the MA in Lifelong Learning at the Aarhus University in Copenhagen. She specializes in teaching teenagers, critical thinking, project work and developing classroom materials. Last year she completed an online course on Critical Thinking organized by the University of Oregon, USA. On our team, Olivera is responsible for reviewing/editing Feature article, and she occasionally writes activities as well as theoretical articles that help us understand our teenage students better. Additionally, she will usually be the one who will give feedback to and communicate with authors after they submit their articles.
Adult language learning & Functional adult firstname.lastname@example.org
Miljana is ELTA Journal co-editor, an English teacher and an adult educator. Miljana received her BA and MA degrees in English and literature from Belgrade University. She was also trained in functional adult literacy and education as part of the EU project Second Chance. Her interests are: adult education, literacy, adult language learner, lifelong learning, curriculum development. On our team, Miljana reviews and edits articles, as well as communicates with the contributing authors. She is about to initiate a column on adult education, which will be a learning hub for exploring this field with fellow colleagues.