Home > Zoom Rights in School > Zoom Rights in School 2017 Gallery Educators About #ZRS Work with us Teaching Toolkits About Zoom Rights in School Zoom Rights in School 2017 Interactive Education through Audio-visual Content for Socially Vulnerable Students in Elementary and High Schools of Sarajevo Canton 09.–10. 11. 2017 / Sarajevo Scientific conference „Interactive Education through Audio-visual Content for Socially Vulnerable Students in Elementary and High Schools of Sarajevo Canton“ is a program developed specially for teachers of Subject of Democracy and Human Rights, as well as other general educational subjects; elementary school teachers and pedagogues. This year’s focus are interactive educational methods for children from socially vulnerable environment. During the two-day programme the main issues will be the usage of audio-visual content and materials as well as challenges and possibilities facing the education of socially marginalized children. The participants will watch films on the given subject and the discussion will proceed afterwards. There will be a discussion on ways of more inclusive education for this student category. The participants that will encourage the dialogue are active in the educational process: teachers, social workers and representatives of Daily Center for Children on the Streets, as well as associates of several civic society organizations. Lamija Begagić (Zenica, 1980). She is a writer and a professor of language and literature. She is very involved in matters of educational theory and practice, gender policy and lgbt rights. She is a founder and editor of Magazine for preschoolars „Kolibrić“, editorial member of Magazine for fairer education „Školegijum“, author of two textbook researches and participant of several conferences for education, media, gender and women rights. Zoom Rights in School is a platform created to suport educators in the process of formal and nonformal education. The program strives to entice an exchange of opinions and expreiences of the topics young people find difficult to discuss or have difficulties exploring within the formal education process. One of the primary goals of Zoom Rights in School is developing a sensibility towards independent cinema and and audiovisual arts.