Koostöö kutseõpetaja professionaalsust määrava tegurina

Meidi Sirk, Meril Ümarik, Krista Loogma, Katrin Niglas

Abstract


Eesti haridusmaastikul toimunud reformid on toonud kaasa muutused õpetajate professionalismis ja professionaalsuses. Hargreaves (2006) eristab õpetajate professionalismi ajajärke ja osutab, et tänapäeval on autonoomiaperiood asen dunud kollegiaalse koostöö ajajärguga. Hoyle (1974) vastandab oma professionaalsuse mudelis autonoomia ja koostöö, eristades seejuures piiratud ja avaravaatelist professionaalsust. Artikli eesmärk ongi mõista kutseõpetajate professionaalsust kollegiaalse professionalismi ajajärgul. Analüüs põhineb kõikse küsitlusuuringu andmestikul, mille sihtrühma moodustasid kutseõpetajad. Vastused saadi 501 kutse õpetajalt. Andmete analüüsimisel rakendati klasteranalüüsi, tuginedes Hoyle’i professionaalsuse mudelile. Kutseõpetajate professionaalsust iseloomustava koostöö ulatuse alusel eristus kolm klastrit: ulatuslikult võrgustunud, omaette hoidvad ja koolikesksed professionaalid. Uurimistulemustest selgus, et esimesse klastrisse kuuluvad õpetajad on teistega võrreldes enam rahul oma töö ja valitud ametiga.

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haridusmuutused, autonoomia, koostöö, professionaalsus, professionalism, kutseõpetajad, klasteranalüüs

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