Title: Assistant professor
university integrated undergraduate and graduate
She was born on 15 November 1956 in Labin. In 2004 she completed her post graduate scientific master's study at the Faculty of Teacher Education in Rijeka (the today's Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences). In 2015 she completed the university doctoral study of pedagogy at the Department of Pedagogy of the Zagreb Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences.
She acquired her first work experience as a classroom teacher in Italian primary schools, continuing as a lecturer at the Faculty of Humanities and the Teacher Training College in Pula, University of Rijeka. During the reorganization of the Pula higher education institutions she kept working at the Juraj Dobrila University of Pula, at the today's Faculty of Educational Sciences. She is the module co-ordinator and performer of a few methodology courses in the Italian language. Along with her teaching work she participated in the design and improvement of more than one study programme undertaking responsible organisational and leading duties. She was also the committee and board member at the level of University departments. Since 2000 she has been the president of the State Licence Exam Committee for preschool teachers in the Italian language.
She has published numerous specialist and scientific papers and took part in two national and one international scientific project.
Initial Teacher Education: Appropriate Models for a Knowledge Society?
Competency Profile of the Teaching Profession in Croatia after Initial Education
Do we need to train teachers and students to care about other living beings?
The Role of the School Space in Preschoolers' Learning Processes
Experiential learning and acquisition of music competences of teachers in lower primary school classes
20 years of the "Pietas Iulia" Study and Research Society 1995-2015
The environment as a crucial learning factor at preschool
Curricular Approach to Preschool Teacher Training
55 years of primary school and kindergarten teachers' university education in Pula
Teacher Education in Croatia: The Strength of Future Generations
Curricular models of teachers' pedagogical competences in pre- service education
The role of the pedagogical practice in the development of competences of future teachers
Pupils' activities and use of experiments in teaching nature and society classes
Classroom management in the teaching practice at primary school
The multiannual opera of Claudio Desinan at the University of Pula
Managing a primary school class: an empirical study
The role of teacher's emotional support in the treatment of mood disorders
Should parent-child therapy include teachers to treat depressed preschoolers when caregiver shows affective disorders?
The role and the tasks of a teacher in education
Active Teaching Strategies in Higher Education
The importance of collaboration between teachers and school psychologists in helping primary schoolchildren to cope with mood disorders
Teacher for the Knowledge Society. Pedagogical and Technological Paradigms of Bologna Process
Theoretical and practical dimension of teachers education about dialectical relationship between culture and sustainability
Professional practice and teacher competence development
Microteaching and the process of acquiring teaching competences
Vocational pedagogic practice and development of teacher competences
Active teaching strategies in higher education
LEARNING AND TEACHING STRATEGIES FOR COMPETENCE DEVELOPMENT
Which Competence for Teachers. Italy and Croatia in Comparison
Sustainable Development: the Italian Educational Outline Inside a European Perspective
Planning a Course on the Basis of Learning Outcomes
Students' permanent achievements during their twelve-year-long eduction
Students permanent achievements during their twelve-year-long education
The review of the book: Becoming a Teacher. Towards a Teaching Theory.
Teaching practice programmes for students of teacher training study in Croatia
Tasks of teachers in the school made to measure
The results of the introductory "orientational– motivational practicum" and the Bologna process
Semistructured tests of pupil's achievements: a step toward objective measurement in the processes of globalization
Implications of the Bologna process: student's position in the educational process
Sustainable development in the context of pedagogical changes in high education
Teacher's professional identity
Students qualification on the last year of study of the teacher training college for working in a modern school