Slavica Maksic (Ph D)

Slavica Maksic

Title: Principal Research Fellow

Field: Education of gifted children and youngsters; display, development and encouragement of creativity

Phone: 011 264 4693

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Maksić, S. (2007). Darovito dete u školi /Gifted child at school, Second edition/. Beograd: Zavod za udžbenike.
Maksić, S. (2006). Podsticanje kreativnosti u školi /Nurturing creativity at school/. Beograd: Institut za pedagoška istraživanja.
Maksić, S. (1993). Beograd: Institut za pedagoška istraživanja.
Maksić, S. (1993). Kako prepoznati darovitog učenika /How to recognize gifted pupil/. Beograd: Institut za pedagoška istraživanja.


Maksić, S. (2002). The relevance of curriculum research: the evaluation of curriculum-making processes. In M. Rosenmund, A.V. Fries & W. Heller, (Eds.), Comparing Curriculum - Making Processes (pp. 231-241). Bern: Peter Lang.
Maksić, S. (2000). Self-perceptions of students from gifted and regular programs. In K. Maitra (Ed.), (pp. 229-238). New Delhi: Mosaic Books.


Maksić, S. & Spasenović, V. (2018). Educational Science students' implicit theories of creativity. Creativity Research Journal, 30(3), 287-294. doi: 10.1080/10400419.2018.1488200
Maksić, S. (2016). Some questions about creativity in digital age., (1), 17-29. doi: 10.5937/nasvas1601017M
Stanišić, J., & Maksić, S. (2014). Environmental Education in Serbian primary schools: Challenges and changes in curriculum, pedagogy, and teacher training. (2), 118-131.
Maksić S., & Pavlović J. (2011). Educational researchers' personal explicit theories on creativity and its development: a qualitative study, High Ability Studies, 22(2), 219-231. doi: 10.1080/13598139.2011.628850
Maksić, S., &Iwasaki, K. (2009). Perfectionism of academically gifted primary school students: The case of Japan. , (2), 51-60.