Koostöine õpetamine ülikoolis: õppejõu ja assistendi vaade

  • Eleri Lõhmus
  • Henry Narits
  • Kadri Ugur

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Märksõna koostöö on kõrghariduse võlu- ja võtmesõna, mis aitab toime tulla piiratud ressursside ning kasvava konkurentsiga. Ühise õpetamise vorme on kõrgkoolides kasutusel palju, alates loengute jagamisest eri õppejõudude vahel kuni õpetamiseni võrdselt vastutavate ja panustavate partneritena dialoogi pidades. Artiklis kirjeldatakse ja analüüsitakse Eleri Lõhmuse ja Henry Naritsa koosõpetamise kogemust audiovisuaalse produktsiooni praktilisel kursusel Tartu Ülikooli ühiskonnateaduste instituudis 2018. aasta sügissemestril. Artikkel põhineb autoetnograafiliselt dokumenteeritud materjalil, mida Lõhmus ja Narits kogusid ühistöö käigus. Artikli kolmas autor tegi intervjuud üliõpilastega, et lisada autoetnograafilistele tähelepanekutele õppija vaatepunkt. Kogutud empiirilise materjali analüüs osutab, et koosõpetamine kõrgkoolis on efektiivne ja arendav kõigile osalistele, aga õppetöö õnnestumine sõltub planeerimis- ja refleksioonioskustest ning vajab praegusest rohkem formaalset tuge.

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