Läbi raskuste tähtede poole: doktoritööde juhendajate kraadiõpingute kogemused ja nende seosed juhendamispraktikaga

Liina Lepp, Marvi Remmik, Äli Leijen, Mari Karm

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Doktoriõppe eesmärkide mitmekesistumine ja muutused doktoriõppe korralduses on andnud ainestikku erinevateks uurimusteks. Juhendamispraktikat analüüsivate uurimuste keskmes on olnud juhendajate juhendamistegevused ja arusaamad doktoriõppe eesmärkidest. Üks juhendamispraktikat mõjutavaid tegureid on juhendajate kraadiõppe kogemus. Uurimuse eesmärk on kirjeldada Eestis tegutsevate juhendajate kujunemise tausta ning osutada võimalikele seostele nende kraadiõpingute kogemuste ja juhendamispraktika vahel. Andmeid koguti poolstruktureeritud intervjuuga 21-lt haridus- ja loodusteaduste valdkonna juhendajalt. Andmete analüüsimisel kasutati temaatilist analüüsi. Uurimuse tulemused osutasid, et juhendajad väärtustasid õpinguteaegset võimalust pühenduda väitekirja koostamisele, hoolivaid suhteid juhendaja ja juhendatava vahel ning toetava kogukonna olemasolu. Juhendamispraktikasse on üle võetud näiteks avatud suhtlusviis, toetava konstruktiivse tagasiside andmine, üliõpilase toetamine iseseisvaks uurijaks kujunemisel.

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kraadiõpe, aspirant, doktoriõpe, doktorant, juhendamine, intervjuu

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