For Edina, teaching provides the excitement and satisfaction of knowing that she can have an impact on students’ personal and academic development during these important years. She has a wealth of teaching experience from a variety of educational contexts and all age ranges. First she taught English in a secondary school, then she worked as a language teacher at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office. After, she worked as a primary school teacher in south London before taking up lecturing in Higher Education.
Post Graduate Certificate in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, University of Cumbria
MA Education, London Metropolitan University
PGCE Primary, Goldsmiths
Postgraduate Nursery Foundation Teaching Diploma (0-6 years), Montessori Teacher Training College, London
BA in English and Anglo-American Literature, University of Sarajevo
Bosnian, Croatian, Serbian (native)
English as an additional language
Ethnic and linguistic diversity
Kulenovic, E. (2021) The Importance of Bilingualism in the Primary Classroom, Chapter 12 in Education Applications and Development VI, In-Science Press: Lisbon
Kulenovic, E. (2018) ‘How can student peer assessment be used to improve the quality of student learning?’, TEAN Journal, 10(1), pp. 35-49.
Kulenovic, E. (2010) The role of Home Languages in Education and Career Prospects of Bilingual People, Dissertation: London Metropolitan University.
Fellow of the Higher Education Academy
Member of the Royal Geographical Society (with the Institute of British Geographers)
External Examiner for the University of Bedfordshire (2017-2021)