PAHLJINA-REINIĆ, ROSANDA - She teaches courses in educational psychology, psychology of creativity, and teaching of psychology. She is currently working on two projects: “Personal and Contextual Determinants of Learning and Teaching of Different Age Groups” and “Teacher Beliefs as Determinants of Self-Regulation and Creativity of Students in the STEM Field of Education” (University of Rijeka Grant).
Her research is focused on examining personal and situational determinants of student motivation and self-regulated learning. She is particularly interested in achievement motivation and the relationship between motivation, emotion, and learning. Specific topics of her research interest also include self-regulation of motivation, metacognition, and conceptual change in learning and instruction. She also investigates how teachers' beliefs and approaches to teaching, as well as education-related strategies and interventions, such as the implementation of information and communication technology (ICT) in teaching and learning processes, affect student motivation and achievement.
Academic portfolio (of the University of Rijeka employee) can be found here: https://portal.uniri.hr/Portfelj/Details/1141
Google scholar: https://scholar.google.hr/citations?hl=hr&user=dovgXMsAAAAJ