Caroline Koh

Caroline Koh is an Associate Professor with Psychology and Child & Human Development Academic Group, National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University. She obtained her B.A. and M.A. at the University of Cambridge, and her Ed.D. from the University of Durham, U.K. Her research projects, past and present, include studies in diverse fields such as student motivation, teacher education, the development of moral judgment, pre-service teachers’ perceptions of national education, the effectiveness of simulation-based learning and the use of the e-portfolio and the flipped classroom approach. Besides publishing in international journals, she was the editor for ‘Motivation, Leadership and Curriculum Design’, and co-edited ‘Motivation and Practice for the Classroom’.

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Motivating Gen Z Learners: What Parents and Teachers Need to Know (Coursera)

The purpose of this course is to equip parents and educators with the knowledge of motivational theories and their application in real-life contexts. Following the storyline of two children, Bob and Sarah, course participants are presented with a variety of problem scenarios. These depict common motivational issues that [...]