TIE 2022 List of Papers

Plenary Session: Keynotes

P1 Online resources as a support for teaching STEM courses in secondary vocational schools and in faculties
M. Bjekić
P2 Problematic Internet use: old problems with a new twist
D. Hinić

Session I: Technics, Technology and Informatics in Education

1.1. The relations between students' perceptions of equipment and attitudes toward teaching technical culture and informatics
D. Purković, S. Kovačević
1.2. Self-assessment of student digital competences in Serbia
M. Semiz, M. Čutović
1.3. User experience design of university schools’ web portals: comparative analysis of state-owned technical faculties in Serbia
Lj. Kazi, D. Radosav, Z. Kazi, N. Chotaliya, M. Knežević, V. Amidžić, D. Čolović
1.4. Development of information system for digital dialogue in teaching using RESTful service
M. Ranđelović, M. Papić, V. Veljović, Lj. Stanojević

Session II: Educational Technology

2.1. To MOOC or not to MOOC? Exploring MOOC readiness of YNSPEED project participants
I. Krsmanović, L. Tica, M. Milošević, A. Mitrović
2.2. Modern educational technologies in professional training of student in technical institutes of higher education
D. Izvorska, S. Kartunov
2.3. Augmented and virtual reality in education
M. Krstić, V. Aleksić, L. Krstić
2.4. Online tools for new teaching concepts and new teaching conditions
Lj. Pecić, G. Dimić
2.5. Micro:bit as a new technology in education in primary schools
V. Simović, M. Vesković, J. Purenović
2.6. Android game development
S. Pepić, M. Mojsilović, M. Saračević
2.7. Possible aspects of e-materials application in the teaching process
N. Denić, Z. Nešić

Session III: Engineering Education and Practice

3.1. Implementation of new equipment for the laboratory exercises – Testing of low - voltage electrical installations
M. Šućurović, D. Brajović, M. Vujičić
3.2. Protection against electric shock in electrical engineering didactic laboratories
A. Andrzejewski, M. Rosić
3.3. Improvement of Student’s Engine Room knowledge and operational skills during Simulator training
A. Čalić, L. Stazić, I. Pavlović
3.4. Integration of virtual instrumentation in marine electrical engineering education
I. Knežević, B. Koprivica, T. Dlabač, N. Marvučić, A. Milovanović
3.5. Field reversal DC machine braking with DCM drive
V. Blagojević, M. Rosić
3.6. Use of electronic design automation tools in computer engineering courses
M. Knežević, S. Đurašević, V. Luković, Ž. Jovanović, U. Pešović
3.7. New challenges in computer architecture education
D. Vujičić, S. Ranđić
3.8. ECG sensor measurements with Arduino in biomedicine education
D. Vujičić, D. Stojić, Đ. Damnjanović, D. Marković, S. Ranđić
3.9. Introduction to non-contact temperature measurement procedures using the Python programming language
P. Stolić, D. Milošević, Z. Stević
3.10. Construction and programming of the platform for spatial imaging with sensors
V. Ojdanić, S. Čubonović, V. Vujičić, B. Koprivica
3.11. Getting Started with Wall Segmentation
M. Bjekić, A. Lazović
3.12. Implementation of embedded messages using steganography in the PHP software package
M. Mojsilović, S. Pepić, G. Miodragović
3.13. Determining source code repetitiveness on various types of programming assignments
Ž. Jovanović, M. Knežević, U. Pešović, S. Đurašević
3.14. Estimation of CPU scheduling algorithms efficiency using object oriented programming
M. Tufegdžić, V. Jevremović, Z. Petrović
3.15. Kinematic analysis of door closer mechanism using software package SAM 8.1
B. Milenković, Đ. Jovanović
3.16. Two-axis pneumatic manipulator as a test bed for teaching energy efficiency of compressed air systems
J. Šulc, V. Jurošević, V. Reljić, I. Milenković, S. Dudić, N. Dakić, D. Šešlija
3.17. Application of Robotic Vision and PSO algorithm for determining the optimal path of movement of the robotic system
Z. Petrović., M. Tufegdžić, V. Jevremović, P. Pravdić
3.18. Flank wear as a function of cutting time
J. Baralić, A. Mitrović, M. Radović
3.19. Improvement of study programs for bachelor's and master's degrees in Mechatronics in response to the requirements of Industry 4.0
I. Milićević, S. Dragićević, N. Dučić, M. Marjanović, V. Vujičić

Session IV: IT Education and Practice

4.1. Artificial Intelligence in Education: A Review
L. Krstić, V. Aleksić, M. Krstić
4.2. Big data analytics process implementation on a educational data set extracted from online testing system
G. Dimić, I. Milošević, Lj. Pecić
4.3. Comparison of regression methods and tools using the example of predicting the success of graduate master’s students in different fields of education
K. Karić, A. Gaborović, M. Blagojević, D. Milošević, K. Mitrović, J. Plašić
4.4. Comparative analysis of ISO/IEC and IEEE standards in the field of Internet of Things
A. Gaborović, K. Karić, M. Blagojević, J. Plašić
4.5. Determining the number of doctoral students in the Republic of Serbia using regression algorithm
M. Radenković
4.6. Data analysis for COVID-19 using regression methods
N. Jovanović
4.7. The role of Digital Twin technology in transforming engineering education
M. Maksimović, N. Davidović
4.8. Providing dynamic adaptivity in Moodle LMS according to Felder-Silverman model of learning styles
D. Zlatković, N. Denić, M. Ilić, A. Zakić
4.9. Implementing the AWS Academy curriculum into a cloud computing course
M. Milošević, Ž. Bogićević, O. Ristić
4.10. Information Technology impact level perception of Students at Electrical Engineering Faculty in East Sarajevo
S. Nogo, N. Davidović, R. Borovina
4.11. Stances of students on use of platform for taking exams or colloquia at the Academy of Applied Studies of Kosovo and Metohija, Department Uroševac – Leposavić
N. Marković, D. Živković, F. Marković
4.12. Cyber security in education
N. Stanković, V. Ružičić
4.13. Teaching and learning inspired optimization algorithms: A review
O. Ristić, S. Milunović Koprivica, M. Milošević
4.14. Mathematical modeling in digital environment and its implications on teaching and learning extreme values and functions’ monotonicity
T. Sekulić, V. Kostić
4.15. Teaching quadratic functions in classroom and online using mathematical software tools
V. Kostić, T. Sekulić
4.16. Mathematica software graphical simulation of Iodine isotopes nuclear decay for teaching purposes
M. Luković, V. Veličković, V. Luković
4.17. E-invoicing – Case Study in Serbia
M. Murić, N. Stefanović, M. Milanović, D. Knežević
4.18. The Course E-business in the Secondary Education Curricula – regional study
L. Paunović

Session V: Professional Development and General Education Topics

5.1. Vocational Teacher Training in Online Course Design and Tutoring: Motivating Teachers to Participate in the E-training
S. Đenić, V. Petrović, S. Štrbac Savić, A. Miletić, M. Nikolić
5.2. Undergraduate students perception of improvement of teachers competencies based on using information system
V. Ružičić, M. Nikolić, N. Gojgić
5.3. Developing teaching competencies for implementing blended learning in higher education: Experiences of Faculty of Science, University of Kragujevac
A. Kaplarević-Mališić, S. Dimitrijević, I. Radojević, M. Kovačević
5.4. Entrepreneurial education in emerging countries: how to keep abreast with global competitive needs
M. Arsova, R. Temjanovski
5.5. PLM education: The role of Engineering Management study programs
S. Puzović, J. Vesić Vasović, V. Paunović
5.6. The impact of global changes on the transformation of politics, economy and education
N. Nikolić, M. Zevečić, Z. Nešić, G. Rendulić Davidović

Session VI: ESP and Technics and Informatics: Challenges and Perspectives

6.1. Key ESP words and phrases
Z. Đurović
6.2. Exploring ESP learners’ self-efficacy of writing skills in IT context
A. Radović Firat, B. Đorić, V. Petrović
6.3. ICT assisted English learning in preschool education
V. Stevanović, M. Stevanović, I. Petrović, M. Jović
6.4. ESP educators in the post-pandemic e-environments: Teaching Presence and English for IT
L. Tica, I. Krsmanović
6.5. A genre analysis approach in teaching marine electrical engineers texts
M. Dževerdanović Pejović
6.6. Oral presentation as authentic material for providing ESP instruction
V. Petrović, A. Radović Firat, L. Palurović
6.7. Students’ perspective of ESP in IT classroom: challenges and opinions
M. Kočović Pajević, J. Josijević
6.8. Using Escape rooms in English classes
Z. Majkić, J. Olić Ilčešin

Session VII: Digital and Psychological Resilience

7.1. Digital resilience and psychological wellbeing of Italian higher education students: An exploratory study
B. Ragni, P. Guarini, G. A. Toto, P. Limone
7.2. Perceived stress, cyber and psychological resilience among Polish students – preliminary results
A. Błachnio, K. Litwic-Kaminska, I. Kapsa, J. Kopowski, Ł. Brzeziński
7.3. University students’ resilience and perceived difficulties during the Covid-19 pandemic: a pilot study in Serbia
M. Stojković, D. Hinić
7.4. University students’ well-being during emergency remote teaching: reflections from the viewpoint of the Self-determination theory
M. Seničić, M. Senić Ružić
7.5. Resilience of higher education institutions in Serbia: A student’s perspective
O. Jovanović, A. Pešikan, S. Antić
7.6. University teachers’ resilience
D. Bjekić, M. Stojković
7.7. From collaboration to solutions: Encouraging collaborative problem solving through school practice
A. Baucal, D. Pavlović Babić, A. Altaras Dimitrijević, K. Krstić, Z. Jolić Marjanović, I. Stepanović Ilić, M. Videnović, S. Jošić, T. Nikitović, K. Mojović Zdravković, M. Rajić, J. Ivanović

Symposium “Technics and Informatics in Education: School Teachers for Teachers”

S.1. Innovative approach to teaching mathematics by applying the knowledge acquired in Informatics and computing
B. Apelić, A. Božović
S.2. Teaching of programming in the cloud: A paradigm for the new era
M. Papić, D. Čukljević, Z. Luković