Mathematics and Physics teacher
Martina obtained an MA degree in Physics and Mathematics Education at the Faculty of Physics in Rijeka. She worked as a mathematics and physics teacher in several elementary schools in Rijeka and the surrounding area. During her studies, she volunteered in various scientific workshops that aim to popularize physics through student laboratory research, such as the Festival of Science, the Rijeka School of Physics, and Baltazar on Gradina, where she gained experience in working with children of different ages. In Adria, Martina teaches physics and Mathematics, where she strives to promote inquiry-based teaching and the importance of developing conceptual knowledge in students. As a STEM teacher, she strives to inspire the next generation of young people to explore how the world works, while they also gain a set of useful research, problem-solving, and critical reasoning skills.