Nataša Miladinović

  • Belgrade
Nataša Miladinović

English language teacher | Translator for Serbian language

PERSONAL STATEMENT

A much experienced professional consistent in her desire to raise educational standards in her work environment. She possesses experience of teaching varied, rich and broad classes that engage students. She has high expectations of both herself and her students, and shows an interest in every student as an individual, helping them develop a lifelong enthusiasm for learning. As an outstanding and inspirational teacher with very high personal standards, she is committed to the learning and development of her students. By using her natural air of authority to maintain discipline, she can foster and maintain a positive school climate where students can reach their full potential.

Work History

Work History
Oct 2009 - Present

English Language Teacher

Technical College Čačak
Sep 2006 - Present

English Language Teacher

Comprehensive School “Kolubara”, Lazarevac
Mar 2009 - Mar 2012

Owner

Language school “Whiteoak”, Lazarevac
Aug 2008 - Feb 2009

Coordinator and Teacher

European Association for Quality in Education AESQU
Sep 2006 - Dec 2006

German Language Teacher

Language school“ NIK“

Education

Education
2007

English Language and Literature Teacher

University of Belgrade Faculty of Philology

Certifications

Certifications
Jun 2015

Certified literary translator

"Master Translation" Belgrade
May 2015

Teacher Trainer

British Council Belgrade
Jun 2010

Certified scientific, technical and court translator

Association of Scientific and Technical Translators of Serbia

Skills

Skills

Teaching methods

Employing professional teaching techniques to encourage and support students to the maximum of their abilities according to their age and needs.

Classroom management

Developing and planning classes that fit in with the school’s curriculum objectives. Ability to maintain classroom and group discipline.

Motivating

Encouraging students individually or in groups to do better by setting goals for them and monitoring their performance, thereby improving classroom effectiveness.

Teamwork

Ability to work with other teaching staff thereby stimulating new ideas and coordinating activities for the benefit of students.

Communication skills

Ability to stand in front of a class of students and effectively interact with diverse populations of students from different social backgrounds. A laid back disposition as well as easy going and friendly approach to teaching, ability to communicate with parents, colleagues and students alike.

Report writing

Providing professional oral and written feedback and reports for students and supervisors.

Marking

Ability to quickly and effectively mark a students’ work and also provide feedback to them. 

Examinations

Organizing and preparing students for both mock and real exams.