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Learning is made of beliefs, not barriers!

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Learning is made of beliefs, not barriers!

  1. 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. 2. Motivation(Teachers)
  3. 3. Motivation (Teachers)Curiosity
  4. 4. Motivation (Teachers)CuriosityHardworking
  5. 5. Motivation (Teachers)CuriosityHardworkingPurpose
  6. 6. Motivation (Teachers)CuriosityHardworkingPurposeWillingness to do better
  7. 7. Motivation (Teachers)CuriosityHardworkingPurposeWillingness to do betterPassion
  8. 8. Motivation (Teachers)CuriosityHardworkingPurposeWillingness to do betterPassionRelevance
  9. 9. Motivation (Teachers)CuriosityHardworkingPurposeWillingness to do betterPassionRelevanceEngagement
  10. 10. Motivation (Teachers)CuriosityHardworkingPurposeWillingness to do betterPassionRelevanceEngagementChallenge
  11. 11. Motivation (Teachers)CuriosityHardworkingPurposeWillingness to do betterPassionRelevanceEngagementChallengeInterest
  12. 12. Motivation (Teachers)CuriosityHardworkingPurposeWillingness to do betterPassionRelevanceEngagementChallengeInterestNeed
  13. 13. Motivation(Students)
  14. 14. Motivation (Students)challenge
  15. 15. Motivation (Students)challengecareer development
  16. 16. Motivation (Students)challengecareer developmentnetworking with the world
  17. 17. Motivation (Students)challengecareer developmentnetworking with the worldneed
  18. 18. Motivation (Students)challengecareer developmentnetworking with the worldneedpursue of happiness
  19. 19. Motivation (Students)challengecareer developmentnetworking with the worldneedpursue of happinesstravel
  20. 20. Motivation (Students)challengecareer developmentnetworking with the worldneedpursue of happinesstravelstatus
  21. 21. Motivation (Students)challengecareer developmentnetworking with the worldneedpursue of happinesstravelstatusunderstand music and movies
  22. 22. Motivation (Students)challengecareer developmentnetworking with the worldneedpursue of happinesstravelstatusunderstand music and moviesInternet and games
  23. 23. Motivation (Students)challengecareer developmentnetworking with the worldneedpursue of happinesstravelstatusunderstand music and moviesInternet and gamesculture
  24. 24. We can not motivate anybody!!!
  25. 25. Martin Ford:
  26. 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. 27. Facilitation, not control, should be theguiding idea in attempts to motivatehumans.
  28. 28. Challenge: how to do it?
  29. 29. Challenge: how to do it?Why people decide to do something
  30. 30. Challenge: how to do it?Why people decide to do somethingHow hard they are going to pursue it
  31. 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. 32. Motivational Strategies
  33. 33. Motivational StrategiesTechniques that promote a certain individual’s behaviour.
  34. 34. Motivational StrategiesTechniques that promote a certain individual’s behaviour. There are many ways of promoting it, because human behavior is rather complex.
  35. 35. Motivational Teaching Practice
  36. 36. Motivational Teaching Practice
  37. 37. Motivational Teaching Practice
  38. 38. Motivational Teaching Practice
  39. 39. Running When it comes tostaying motivated, running is a mind game!
  40. 40. Set clear goals
  41. 41. Set clear goalsLearning contract with the class
  42. 42. Set clear goalsLearning contract with the classSyllabus + needs analysis
  43. 43. Set clear goalsLearning contract with the classSyllabus + needs analysisPut it up on the wall where it can be easilyreferred to
  44. 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. 45. Utilize a log
  46. 46. Utilize a logLog: helps to keep the eyes on the goals
  47. 47. Utilize a logLog: helps to keep the eyes on the goalsLearning record or diary (paper / FB / iPad /Software)
  48. 48. Implement the buddy system
  49. 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. 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. 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. 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. 53. Surround yourself with reminders
  54. 54. Surround yourself with remindersRemember: habit is what keeps you going:
  55. 55. Surround yourself with remindersRemember: habit is what keeps you going:Notes in the classroom (on the wall / chairs)
  56. 56. Surround yourself with remindersRemember: habit is what keeps you going:Notes in the classroom (on the wall / chairs)Videos
  57. 57. Surround yourself with remindersRemember: habit is what keeps you going:Notes in the classroom (on the wall / chairs)VideosOnline posts
  58. 58. Be creative with the learning process
  59. 59. Be creative with the learning processDifferent physical places
  60. 60. Be creative with the learning processDifferent physical placesDifferent / Unexpected activities
  61. 61. Be creative with the learning processDifferent physical placesDifferent / Unexpected activitiesDifferent pace; changing the order
  62. 62. Be creative with the learning processDifferent physical placesDifferent / Unexpected activitiesDifferent pace; changing the orderPractical projects with or without technology
  63. 63. Be creative with the learning processDifferent physical placesDifferent / Unexpected activitiesDifferent pace; changing the orderPractical projects with or without technologyBackground music
  64. 64. Do more to boost your motivation
  65. 65. Do more to boost your motivationFind a motivational quote that you can remember
  66. 66. Do more to boost your motivationFind a motivational quote that you can rememberDon’t be afraid to brag about your learning
  67. 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. 68. Rewards when succeed
  69. 69. Rewards when succeedIntrinsic motivation is hindered by tangiblerewards (control the motivation)
  70. 70. Rewards when succeedIntrinsic motivation is hindered by tangiblerewards (control the motivation)Motivation: enjoyment, performance, vitality,self-esteem
  71. 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. 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. 73. Reflecting on Experience Concrete DO IT. Experience Active ReflectiveNOW WHAT? WHAT?Experimentation Observation Theory SO WHAT? Building
  74. 74. Reflecting on Experience DO IT. Active ReflectiveNOW WHAT? WHAT?Experimentation Observation Theory SO WHAT? Building
  75. 75. Reflecting on Experience DO IT. ActiveNOW WHAT? WHAT?Experimentation Theory SO WHAT? Building
  76. 76. Reflecting on Experience DO IT. ActiveNOW WHAT? WHAT?Experimentation SO WHAT?
  77. 77. Reflecting on Experience DO IT.NOW WHAT? WHAT? SO WHAT?
  78. 78. Advanced Students - C1 87 90 85 90 80 7565 75 62 61 60 45 30 15Reading Writing 0 Listening Speaking
  79. 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. 80. The real reward for motivating teachers is when their passion is caught by the students.
  81. 81. Email: malusciamarelli@gmail.comWebsite: www.malusciamarelli.com Twitter: @malusciamarelli Facebook: Malu Sciamarelli
  82. 82. Email: malusciamarelli@gmail.comWebsite: www.malusciamarelli.com Twitter: @malusciamarelli Facebook: Malu Sciamarelli

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