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    • 1. Learning is made of beliefs, not barriers!M a lu S ci am a re ll iS even Fe st iv a l - S ep te m be r 2012
    • 2. Motivation(Teachers)
    • 3. Motivation (Teachers)Curiosity
    • 4. Motivation (Teachers)CuriosityHardworking
    • 5. Motivation (Teachers)CuriosityHardworkingPurpose
    • 6. Motivation (Teachers)CuriosityHardworkingPurposeWillingness to do better
    • 7. Motivation (Teachers)CuriosityHardworkingPurposeWillingness to do betterPassion
    • 8. Motivation (Teachers)CuriosityHardworkingPurposeWillingness to do betterPassionRelevance
    • 9. Motivation (Teachers)CuriosityHardworkingPurposeWillingness to do betterPassionRelevanceEngagement
    • 10. Motivation (Teachers)CuriosityHardworkingPurposeWillingness to do betterPassionRelevanceEngagementChallenge
    • 11. Motivation (Teachers)CuriosityHardworkingPurposeWillingness to do betterPassionRelevanceEngagementChallengeInterest
    • 12. Motivation (Teachers)CuriosityHardworkingPurposeWillingness to do betterPassionRelevanceEngagementChallengeInterestNeed
    • 13. Motivation(Students)
    • 14. Motivation (Students)challenge
    • 15. Motivation (Students)challengecareer development
    • 16. Motivation (Students)challengecareer developmentnetworking with the world
    • 17. Motivation (Students)challengecareer developmentnetworking with the worldneed
    • 18. Motivation (Students)challengecareer developmentnetworking with the worldneedpursue of happiness
    • 19. Motivation (Students)challengecareer developmentnetworking with the worldneedpursue of happinesstravel
    • 20. Motivation (Students)challengecareer developmentnetworking with the worldneedpursue of happinesstravelstatus
    • 21. Motivation (Students)challengecareer developmentnetworking with the worldneedpursue of happinesstravelstatusunderstand music and movies
    • 22. Motivation (Students)challengecareer developmentnetworking with the worldneedpursue of happinesstravelstatusunderstand music and moviesInternet and games
    • 23. Motivation (Students)challengecareer developmentnetworking with the worldneedpursue of happinesstravelstatusunderstand music and moviesInternet and gamesculture
    • 24. We can not motivate anybody!!!
    • 25. Martin Ford:
    • 26. Martin Ford:There are no magic motivational buttonsthat can be pushed to ‘make’ people wantto learn.No one can be directly ‘forced’ to careabout something.
    • 27. Facilitation, not control, should be theguiding idea in attempts to motivatehumans.
    • 28. Challenge: how to do it?
    • 29. Challenge: how to do it?Why people decide to do something
    • 30. Challenge: how to do it?Why people decide to do somethingHow hard they are going to pursue it
    • 31. Challenge: how to do it?Why people decide to do somethingHow hard they are going to pursue itHow long they are willing to sustain the activity
    • 32. Motivational Strategies
    • 33. Motivational StrategiesTechniques that promote a certain individual’s behaviour.
    • 34. Motivational StrategiesTechniques that promote a certain individual’s behaviour. There are many ways of promoting it, because human behavior is rather complex.
    • 35. Motivational Teaching Practice
    • 36. Motivational Teaching Practice
    • 37. Motivational Teaching Practice
    • 38. Motivational Teaching Practice
    • 39. Running When it comes tostaying motivated, running is a mind game!
    • 40. Set clear goals
    • 41. Set clear goalsLearning contract with the class
    • 42. Set clear goalsLearning contract with the classSyllabus + needs analysis
    • 43. Set clear goalsLearning contract with the classSyllabus + needs analysisPut it up on the wall where it can be easilyreferred to
    • 44. Set clear goalsLearning contract with the classSyllabus + needs analysisPut it up on the wall where it can be easilyreferred toTechnology: closed Facebook group
    • 45. Utilize a log
    • 46. Utilize a logLog: helps to keep the eyes on the goals
    • 47. Utilize a logLog: helps to keep the eyes on the goalsLearning record or diary (paper / FB / iPad /Software)
    • 48. Implement the buddy system
    • 49. Implement the buddy systemIt is a procedure in which two people operatetogether as a single unit so that they are able tomonitor and help each other.
    • 50. Implement the buddy systemIt is a procedure in which two people operatetogether as a single unit so that they are able tomonitor and help each other.The buddy will encourage and challenge you
    • 51. Implement the buddy systemIt is a procedure in which two people operatetogether as a single unit so that they are able tomonitor and help each other.The buddy will encourage and challenge youBe accountable for someone rather than yourself
    • 52. Implement the buddy systemIt is a procedure in which two people operatetogether as a single unit so that they are able tomonitor and help each other.The buddy will encourage and challenge youBe accountable for someone rather than yourselfShare knowledge, experiences, skills
    • 53. Surround yourself with reminders
    • 54. Surround yourself with remindersRemember: habit is what keeps you going:
    • 55. Surround yourself with remindersRemember: habit is what keeps you going:Notes in the classroom (on the wall / chairs)
    • 56. Surround yourself with remindersRemember: habit is what keeps you going:Notes in the classroom (on the wall / chairs)Videos
    • 57. Surround yourself with remindersRemember: habit is what keeps you going:Notes in the classroom (on the wall / chairs)VideosOnline posts
    • 58. Be creative with the learning process
    • 59. Be creative with the learning processDifferent physical places
    • 60. Be creative with the learning processDifferent physical placesDifferent / Unexpected activities
    • 61. Be creative with the learning processDifferent physical placesDifferent / Unexpected activitiesDifferent pace; changing the order
    • 62. Be creative with the learning processDifferent physical placesDifferent / Unexpected activitiesDifferent pace; changing the orderPractical projects with or without technology
    • 63. Be creative with the learning processDifferent physical placesDifferent / Unexpected activitiesDifferent pace; changing the orderPractical projects with or without technologyBackground music
    • 64. Do more to boost your motivation
    • 65. Do more to boost your motivationFind a motivational quote that you can remember
    • 66. Do more to boost your motivationFind a motivational quote that you can rememberDon’t be afraid to brag about your learning
    • 67. Do more to boost your motivationFind a motivational quote that you can rememberDon’t be afraid to brag about your learningGet in contact with what you have learnedregularly
    • 68. Rewards when succeed
    • 69. Rewards when succeedIntrinsic motivation is hindered by tangiblerewards (control the motivation)
    • 70. Rewards when succeedIntrinsic motivation is hindered by tangiblerewards (control the motivation)Motivation: enjoyment, performance, vitality,self-esteem
    • 71. Rewards when succeedIntrinsic motivation is hindered by tangiblerewards (control the motivation)Motivation: enjoyment, performance, vitality,self-esteemIs there a way to receive a reward without itbeing seen as controlling?
    • 72. Rewards when succeedIntrinsic motivation is hindered by tangiblerewards (control the motivation)Motivation: enjoyment, performance, vitality,self-esteemIs there a way to receive a reward without itbeing seen as controlling?By making it unexpected.
    • 73. Reflecting on Experience Concrete DO IT. Experience Active ReflectiveNOW WHAT? WHAT?Experimentation Observation Theory SO WHAT? Building
    • 74. Reflecting on Experience DO IT. Active ReflectiveNOW WHAT? WHAT?Experimentation Observation Theory SO WHAT? Building
    • 75. Reflecting on Experience DO IT. ActiveNOW WHAT? WHAT?Experimentation Theory SO WHAT? Building
    • 76. Reflecting on Experience DO IT. ActiveNOW WHAT? WHAT?Experimentation SO WHAT?
    • 77. Reflecting on Experience DO IT.NOW WHAT? WHAT? SO WHAT?
    • 78. Advanced Students - C1 87 90 85 90 80 7565 75 62 61 60 45 30 15Reading Writing 0 Listening Speaking
    • 79. Advanced Students - C1 2 groups not using the strategies 2 groups using the strategies 87 90 85 90 80 7565 75 62 61 60 45 30 15Reading Writing 0 Listening Speaking
    • 80. The real reward for motivating teachers is when their passion is caught by the students.
    • 81. Email: malusciamarelli@gmail.comWebsite: www.malusciamarelli.com Twitter: @malusciamarelli Facebook: Malu Sciamarelli
    • 82. Email: malusciamarelli@gmail.comWebsite: www.malusciamarelli.com Twitter: @malusciamarelli Facebook: Malu Sciamarelli

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