Nina Cerkvenik

Nina Cerkvenik

English teacher
  • 15:00-15:30 - Day 2

Ormož, Slovenia

Abstract

We shall delve into motivation as a driving force behind curiosity. First of, a brief theoretical insight will be presented to the audience, followed by real life examples of students’ work shown to participants with the process explained and the tools used demonstrated. A particular emphasis will be given to creativity, ways of giving feedback as a means of growth, as well as personal learning (s)pace.

How can curiosity and motivation make students more creative?

Biography

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2 Comments

  1. Motivation is one of the most significant things in learning process, especially nowadays when children are only interested in what they see on the phone.Therefore, I am very glad that Nina shared with us activities that would be of great interest to students. Thank you.

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