Sandi Ceferin
Sandi Ceferin

Sandi Ceferin (B.A. CELTA) is a researcher and Thezaurus editor. She is a writer of language materials and the Slovenian Webclassroom. Her studies in Slavic linguistics and Indo-European languages has been a springboard to collaboration and development of new model applications of technologies for languages and culture study. Sandi produces curricula and resource materials including Course Outline - Slovenian CSF Years 1-10, published by the Victorian School of Languages, Melbourne (2003).

Education

The system of education in Slovenia is based on principles of democracy, autonomy and equal opportunities. The constitution regulates the fundamental rights in the sphere of education…

 

Maribor

Maribor is the second largest city of Slovenia, with population of 133,000, capital of Štajerska region. Maribor is located at the centre of five geographic regions, along the Drava River…

Karst caves of Slovenia

 Slovenia is the home of karstology, speleology, and speleobiology. The Kras region is a prominent cave research area. Slovenian words are used  in the study of caves: dolina, polje, and ponor…

Wines of Slovenia

The cultivation of wine, ‘Vitis vinifera’ is in evidence at 3,500BC. in Shiraz of ancient Persia. In Slovenia wine was made 2,400 years ago depicted on situla dated 6BC, found in Vače…

Cuisine of Slovenia

Slovenian cuisine is diverse for the six topographical areas of the country. A great variety of traditional dishes from the countryside,  and also evolved from a highly stratified society…