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We’re Launching YouTube Series on Fast Learning and Memorization for Elementary Students

by , Posted on 15th Apr 2020

Remote learning has become one of the challenges of modern parenting, especially in the period of isolation when both the pupils and the teachers have to quickly adapt to the new way of work in a short period of time. In order to make learning from home more efficient, productive, and fun, Novak Djokovic Foundation has, in partnership with the Leonida Institute for fast learning, created a series of video tutorials on fast learning and memorization, in order to help elementary school pupils and their parents.

The Participants of our 7th Friendship Games had the opportunity to participate in these lessons provided by Leonida Institut.

The Participants of our 7th Friendship Games had the opportunity to participate in these lessons provided by Leonida Institut.

On its YouTube channel, the Foundation will share tutorials with concrete techniques for more efficient memorization, which are adapted to schoolchildren and which will make memorizing information more interesting for them.

Lists of various concepts, definitions that are hard to remember and similar difficulties in learning will now be made easier by implementing various memorization techniques. This is a great help for parents as well, who assumed the role of the teacher during the isolation.

Kristina Gavrilovic, the marketing manager and lecturer at the Leonida Institute on fast learning, will be teaching the YouTube series.

Kristina Gavrilovic, the marketing manager and teacher at the Leonida Institute on fast learning, will be teaching the YouTube series.

Leonida Institute experts with extensive experience in this type of education will hold mental training for better memory. The first lesson is available on YouTube starting from today (LINK).


The Institute for Education and Personal Development Leonida has been engaged in providing practical knowledge that enhances the intellectual capacities of its students for 12 years now. The youngest students are 6 years old and the oldest are professionals in their field of work, so education is adapted to the needs of different age groups. The Institute’s programs are recommended by the Ministry of Education, the City of Belgrade, and the Institute for the Evaluation of the Quality of Education and Upbringing.

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