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    • Motivating students through project work Adam Stępiński
    • Motivating students through project work
    • Motivating students through project work
      • Boosting students’ engagement
    • Motivating students through project work
      • Developing learners’ autonomy
    • Motivating students through project work
      • Autonomous student
      • motivated 29%
      • responsible 19%
      • self-confident 16%
      • open-minded 13%
      • creative 7%
    • Motivating students through project work
      • Autonomous 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 learner’s 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 student’s 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 work
      • Unfinished sentences
      • The big number of learning areas / school subjects in an interdisciplinary project will result in ...
    • Motivating students through project work
      • Unfinished sentences
      • An autonomous environment will lead to ...
    • Motivating students through project work
      • Unfinished sentences
      • Forming specialised teams (groups of students) working on specified fields and acting as experts in that particular area will benefit because ...
    • Motivating students through project work
      • Unfinished sentences
      • If we link school / subject matters with ethic issues and students’ everyday experiences, this will ...
    • Motivating students through project work
      • Unfinished sentences
      • Students’ words ‘We are responsible for all the things we do / don’t do” mean that ...
    • Motivating students through project work
      • Unfinished sentences
      • Feeling the freedom from the constraints of the curriculum will lead to ...
    • Motivating students through project work
      • Unfinished sentences
      • When students face a challenge and they will successfully cope with it, they will ...
    • Motivating students through project work
      • Unfinished sentences
      • A 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 work
      • The SOFT analysis
      • S ATISFACTIONS
      • O PPORTUNITIES
      • F AULTS  
      • T HREATS
    • Motivating students through project work
      • The SOFT analysis:
      • helps in effective communication in various situations,
      • teaches how to co-operate in a group and how to build interpersonal bonds,
      • can be used to solve problems in a creative way,
    • Motivating students through project work
      • helps in presenting your point of view and thanks to it prepares for public presentations,
      • teaches how to make individual decisions and group decisions,
      • guides you how to make use of knowledge in everyday life situations.
    • Motivating students through project work
      • SATISFACTION
      • a) MATTER-OF-FACT ASPECT
      • What things go well?
      • What gives positive results?
      • Why is it satisfying? (criteria, reasons)
      • b) PERSONAL ASPECT
      • What personally makes me feel content?
      • Why does it satisfy me? (motivation, aims)
    • Motivating students through project work
      • OPPORTUNITIES
      • a) MATTER-OF-FACT ASPECT
      • What are the chances to succeed? And to what extent
      • What are the chances which haven't been used so far?
      • Where can we look for further opportunities?
      • b) PERSONAL ASPECT
      • What opportunities can I see for myself?
      • What can I do to maximise the effects?
    • Motivating students through project work
      • FAULTS
      • a) MATTER-OF-FACT ASPECT
      • What are the mistakes / obstacles / weaknesses?
      • What factors lead to conflicts, tensions and disappointments?
      • b) PERSONAL ASPECT
      • What are my weaknesses, limitations etc.?
      • What disturbs me in controlling the situation? (reasons, hidden reasons)
    • Motivating students through project work
      • THREATS
      • a) MATTER-OF-FACT ASPECT
      • What negative changes take place? Why is it so?
      • What will happen if no action is taken?
      •   From where we know that it's not a problem for the time being and may become a problem in the future?
      • b) PERSONAL ASPECT
      • What threat can you see for yourself?
      • What will happen to me if no action is taken?
      • Are the current obstacles important?
      • What consequences will that have for my personal and professional life?
    • Motivating students through project work
      • Developing students' key competencies
    • Motivating students through project work
      • communication 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 graduation a 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 work
      • Structure
      • of an interdisciplinary project
    • Motivating students through project work
    • Motivating students through project work
    • Motivating students through project work
      • Clues from the comic strips
      • http://pixton.com/pl/comic/8zlb51vm/new
      • http://pixton.com/pl/comic/f1mrwcq0/new
      •   http://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
    • Motivating students through project work
      • Balancing between the educational and enteraining dimensions of the activity
    • Motivating students through project work
      • Use of media resources
      • and attractive means of communication
    • Motivating students through project work
      • 'Living Darfur' by M a t t afix
      • 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 work
      • http://topdocumentary
      • films.com /
      • www.missioneurope.eu
    • Motivating students through project work
      • Some e- tools to motivate students
      • www.pixton.com
    • Motivating students through project work
      • http://dfilm.com
      • http://voicethread.com
    • Motivating students through project work
      • http://prezi.com/
      • http://edu.glogster.com
    • Motivating students through project work
      • www.myebook.com
    • Motivating students through project work
      • Ice breakers
      • f rom
      • 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 rather…or…
      • TV interview
    • Motivating students through project work
      • May your project activities be motivational, inspirational, engagiging, creative
      • and funny!
    • Motivating students through project work
    • Motivating students through project work
    • Motivating students through project work