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  • Motivating students through project workAdam Stpiski

  • Motivating students through project work

  • Motivating students through project work

    What do we need to bear in mind?

    http://www.dvolver.com/live/movies-588855

  • Motivating students through project work

    http://dvolver.com

  • Motivating students through project work

    Boosting students engagement

  • Motivating students through project work

    Developing learners autonomy

  • Motivating students through project workAutonomous student

    motivated 29% responsible 19%self-confident 16%open-minded 13%creative 7%

  • Motivating students through project workAutonomous teacher

    supporting 29%flexible 23%innovative 21%enthusiastic 10%reflective 8%

  • Motivating students through project work

    What are the teachers like in your school?

  • Motivating students through project work

    What are the students like in your school?

  • Motivating students through project work

    What would you change in your school?

  • Motivating students through project work

    What does learners autonomy mean for teachers?

  • Motivating students through project work

    What does it mean for students?

  • Motivating students through project work- How can we promote and develop students autonomy in our projects?

  • Motivating students through project work

    What can it be limited by?

  • Motivating students through project work Inter-disciplinary projects

  • Motivating students through project workUnfinished sentencesThe big number of learning areas / school subjects in an interdisciplinary project will result in ...

  • Motivating students through project workUnfinished sentencesAn autonomous environment will lead to ...

  • Motivating students through project workUnfinished sentencesForming specialised teams (groups of students) working on specified fields and acting as experts in that particular area will benefit because ...

  • Motivating students through project workUnfinished sentences

    If we link school / subject matters with ethic issues and students everyday experiences, this will ...

  • Motivating students through project workUnfinished sentences

    Students words We are responsible for all the things we do / dont do mean that ...

  • Motivating students through project workUnfinished sentences

    Feeling the freedom from the constraints of the curriculum will lead to ...

  • Motivating students through project workUnfinished sentences

    When students face a challenge and they will successfully cope with it, they will ...

  • Motivating students through project workUnfinished sentencesA greater possibility of modification of the instructional methodologies incorporated in the project (including visual, auditory, tactile and kinesthetic) will result in

  • Motivating students through project workDeveloping students' key competencies

  • Motivating students through project workcommunication in the mother tongue ,communication in foreign languages, mathematical competence and basic competences in science and technology ,digital competence, learning to learn,social and civic competences,sense of initiative and entrepreneurship,cultural awareness and expression.

  • Motivating students through project work

    How often do you use a computer?

  • Motivating students through project work

    Do you have this at home?

  • Motivating students through project work

    New subjects in the future school

    Which would be useful to learn about?

  • Motivating students through project work

    I would like to become after graduationa person...

  • Motivating students through project work

    What sort of skills and competencies do students want for themselves?

    Are they really important?

  • Motivating students through project workStructure of an interdisciplinary project

  • Motivating students through project work

  • Motivating students through project work

  • Motivating students through project workClues from the comic stripshttp://pixton.com/pl/comic/8zlb51vm/new http://pixton.com/pl/comic/f1mrwcq0/newhttp://pixton.com/pl/comic/r7e9rh2j/new http://pixton.com/pl/comic/61tid5g5/new http://pixton.com/pl/comic/hfv9eb5q/new http://pixton.com/pl/comic/1za446dz/new

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    Balancing between the educational and enteraining dimensions of the activity

  • Motivating students through project work

    Use of media resourcesand attractive means of communication

  • Motivating students through project work

    'Living Darfur' by Mattafix http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qQwCCm-H-sU

    'Zombie' by the Cranberries http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Ejga4kJUts

  • Motivating students through project work

    IRIN Films http://www.irinnews.org/filmtv.aspx

    'Facing History and Ourselves' http://www.facinghistory.org/

  • Motivating students through project workhttp://topdocumentaryfilms.com/

    www.missioneurope.eu

  • Motivating students through project work

    Some e- tools to motivate studentswww.pixton.com

  • Motivating students through project workhttp://dfilm.com

    http://voicethread.com

  • Motivating students through project workhttp://prezi.com/

    http://edu.glogster.com

  • Motivating students through project work

    www.myebook.com

  • Motivating students through project work

    www.surveymonkey.com/

  • Motivating students through project workhttp://digitalhistory.unl.edu/

  • Motivating students through project workThe Exhibit toolhttp://simile.mit.edu/exhibit/

    An example:http://www.simile-widgets.org/exhibit/examples/presidents/presidents.html

  • Motivating students through project workThe Timeline toolhttp://simile.mit.edu/timeline

    An example:http://simile.mit.edu/timeline/examples/jfk/jfk.html

  • Motivating students through project work

    We need to pump up students motivation all the time

  • Motivating students through project workIce breakers from the Modules

    http://www.etwinning.net/en/pub/inspiration/modules.htm

  • Motivating students through project work

    My beloved ice breakers

  • Motivating students through project work

    Unfinished statements

    Would you ratheror

    TV interview

  • Motivating students through project work

    Some ideas for motivating projects incorporating History, Social Studies and Geography

    http://www.spicynodes.org/a/4ec51a9da2dd98004d7325c39639c525

  • Motivating students through project work

    www.spicynodes.org

  • Motivating students through project workSome clues to consider while working on an interdisciplinary project:1. when you decide on the topic, make sure that the project will stimulate your students to act creatively,2. (in my opinion) its better when a project refers to different subjects and fields of learning,3. make sure that the topic, activities, ways of communication are interesting for your students,

  • Motivating students through project work4. while formulating the topic and deciding on the content:-try to make them simple and catchy,-try to refer them to your students life and experiences,-dont concentrate too much on the educational aspects (the project should attract, not scary off)5. give your students as much autonomy as possible,6. your project should make a change (ways of work, ways of thinking, gaining new skills and abilities, establishing new relations),

  • Motivating students through project work7. allow them to decide on the electronic media and technology they would like to use in the project,8. make sure that the project will let your students brainstorm ideas and discover solutions by original thinking processes,9. try to match all the things you do within your project with students interests,

  • Motivating students through project work10. vary activities balancing carefully between the educational and the enjoyable ones,11. divide your work into smaller chunks (stages),12. try to follow some order: from specifics to more general matters or the other way round,13. try to incorporate songs, documentaries, movies (the participants belong to the media generation),

  • Motivating students through project work14. let them use various computer applications (your students are also called the Google generation), 15. make sure that all the participants work on/create something together (not just add their materials), 16. you can appoint your students as experts in their national issues (social matters, history etc.) while your partners will have a similar role in case of the issues of their countries,

  • Motivating students through project work17. evalute your activities (e.g. on a special forum on the project site), 18. make sure your students create something of value

  • Motivating students through project workMay your projects be motivational, inspirational, engagiging, creative and funny!

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