Osnovna Skola Drinka Pavlovic


Drinka Pavlovic was a serbian partisan during WWII, who was killed in 1943. Today, Osnovna Skola Drinka Pavlovic, is a large, modern primary and secondary school in the central part of Belgrade. The school uses modern equipment in their teaching practices, including digital blackboards. 

Their training practices use a system where one class studies from 08.00 to 14.00 the first week, and from 14.00 to 20.00 the following week. In this way they optimize the usage of the classrooms.   

Osnovna Skola Drinka Pavlovic is one of the partners in the ongoing pilot project iLike. Kristina Radojicic (left) is an English teacher at the school who will be testing the new mobile learning solutions which iLike provides in her English classes. Milena Podolsak (right) will be supporting her during this test phase. 

In March 2013, John B. Stav and Robin Støckert from HiST paid a visit to them, and was invited to join in in one of the classes. During the visit we prepared the evaluation and testing activities to be done over the next months. The students were eager to start testing the new response tools in language training. 


The Osnovna Skola Drinka Pavlovic school building in Belgrade. 

SRS 2.0, PELE 1.5, Eval 1.0 and iLike 1.0 are available for use.