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Dragica D. Trivić, Ph.D.

associate professor
Faculty of Chemistry, Studentski trg 12-16, Beograd
Department of Chemical Education

Office:   472

Office:   +381-11-3336854

E-mail:   dtrivic AT chem · bg · ac · rs

Personal data

Born on June 30, 1966 in Belgrade, Serbia. Divorced. Speaks Serbian, English and Russian language.

Education and qualifications

1990: Undergraduate studies - Chemistry / Prirodno-matematički fakultet (Belgrade, Serbia)

1994: Master of science studies - Chemistry / University of Belgrade - Faculty of Chemistry (Belgrade, Serbia)

2000: Doctoral academic (PhD) studies - Chemistry / University of Belgrade - Faculty of Chemistry (Belgrade, Serbia)

History of employment

1990: Graduate assistant / Prirodno-matematički fakultet (Belgrade, Serbia)

1994: Assistant / University of Belgrade - Faculty of Chemistry (Belgrade, Serbia)

2001: Assistant professor / University of Belgrade - Faculty of Chemistry (Belgrade, Serbia)

2006-2016: Associate professor / University of Belgrade - Faculty of Chemistry (Belgrade, Serbia)

Scientific interest

Chemistry education. Science education.

Other activities

Member of Serbian Chemical Society from 1990 - The teaching section. Secretary of SCS from 2004 to 2008. Member of the presidency of SCS since 2008.

Vice Dean of Academic Affairs from 2005 till 2007.

Chief of the Department of Chemical Education from January 1, 2010.

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Representative references

Knjige i revijalni radovi / Books and reviews:

  1. Dragica Trivić, Odilla Finlayson, James Lovatt, Lorraine McCormack, Design of Learning and Assessment Tasks (125-148), Edited by: Iwona Maciejowska and Bill Byers in A Guidebook of Good Practice for the Pre-Service Training of Chemistry Teachers, Published by Faculty of Chemistry, Jagiellonian University in Krakow, Krakow, 2015, ISBN 978-83-943754-0-9.
  2. Dragica Trivić, Miloš Milčić, Hemija 1, udžbenik za prvi razred gimnazije prirodno-matematičkog smera, Klett, Beograd, 2014. ISBN 978-86-7762-577-1 COBISS.SR-ID 206425612
  3. Dragica Trivić, Miloš Milčić, Vuk Vuković, Hemija 1, zbirka zadataka s laboratorijskim vežbama za prvi razred gimnazije prirodno-matematičkog smera, Klett, Beograd, 2014. ISBN 978-86-7762-578-8 COBISS.SR-ID 206956044
  4. Dragica Trivić, Teme iz metodike nastave hemije, priručnik za nastavnike hemije, Klett, Beograd, 2013. ISBN 978-86-7762-487-3 COBISS.SR-ID 203818764
  5. Dragica Trivić, Biljana Tomašević, Praktikum za vežbe iz Metodike nastave hemije 3 i 4, Hemijski fakultet, Beograd, 2008. ISBN 978-86-7220-032-4, COBISS.SR-ID 152989708
  6. D. Trivić, V. Kastratović, M. Jevrić, Hemija za 9. razred devetogodišnje osnovne škole, Zavod za udžbenike i nastavna sredstva, Podgorica, 2008. ISBN 978-86-303-1308-0, COBISS.CG-ID 12942864
  7. D. Trivić, Metodika nastave hemije 1, Hemijski fakultet, Beograd, 2007. ISBN 86-7220-031-7, COBISS.SR-ID 145205516
  8. R. Jankov, D. Trivić, V. Kastratović, S. Antić, Hemija za 8. razred devetogodišnje osnovne škole, Zavod za udžbenike i nastavna sredstva, Podgorica, 2007. ISBN 978-86-303-1197-0, COBISS.CG-ID 11808784
  9. R. Jankov, D. Šišović (Trivić), F. Bihelović, S. Antić, Hemija za 1. razred opšte gimnazije, Zavod za udžbenike i nastavna sredstva, Podgorica, 2006. ISBN 978-86-303-1128-4, COBISS.CG-ID 11600400
  10. D. Šišović (Trivić), Hemija u svetu oko nas, Učiteljski fakultet, Univerzitet u Beogradu, Beograd, 2005. ISBN 86-7849-60-8, COBISS.SR-ID 119483660

Izabrani radovi / Selected papers:

  1. Katarina Putica, Dragica D. Trivic, Cognitive apprenticeship as a vehicle for enhancing the understanding and functionalization of organic chemistry knowledge, Chemistry Education Research and Practice, 17 (2016) 172-196. DOI: 10.1039/c5rp00179j
  2. Vesna Milanovic, Dragica Trivic, Biljana Tomasevic, Secondary-school chemistry textbooks in the 19th century, Journal of the Serbian Chemical Society, 80, 10 (2015) 1321-1338. DOI: 10.2298/JSC140926052M
  3. Biljana Tomasevic, Dragica Trivic, Chemistry curricular knowledge of secondary school teachers, Journal of the Serbian Chemical Society, 80, 3, (2015) 435-452. DOI: 10.2298/JSC1401002121T
  4. Biljana Tomasevic, Dragica Trivic, Creativity in teaching chemistry: how much support does the curriculum provide?, Chemistry Education Research and Practice, 15, (2014) 239-252. DOI: 10.1039/c3rp00116d
  5. D. Trivić, M. Ranđelović, Fireworks on Shool Bench, Journal of Science Education (REC), 2 (2007) 96-99
  6. D. Šišović (Trivić), D. Bošković, Interdisciplinary Instructional Approach to the Theme "Air, Water, Soil And Food Pollution And Its Prevention", Journal of Science Education (REC), 2 (2005), 100-102
  7. D. Šišović (Trivić), S. Bojović, The elaboration of the salt hydrolysis concept by cooperative learning, Journal of Science Education (REC), 1 (2001) 19-23
  8. D. Šišović (Trivić), N. Šišović, Simple demonstrations of the energy exchange between system and its surrounding, Chemistry Education Research and Practice, 3 (2001) 329-332
  9. D.Šišović (Trivić), S. Bojović, On the Use of Concept Maps at Different Stages of Chemistry Teaching, Chemistry Education Research and Practice, 1 (2000) 137-145
  10. D. Šišović (Trivić), S. Bojović, Approaching the Concepts of Acids and Bases by Cooperative Learning, Chemistry Education Research and Practice, 2 (2000) 263-275
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