Kaasava hariduse rakendamist toetavate hoiakute kujundamine õpetajakoolituse esmaõppes

  • Katrin Poom-Valickis
  • Triin Ulla

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Õpetajakoolitusel on kaalukas roll kujundada tulevastes õpetajates positiivne hoiak kaasava hariduse suhtes ning oskused ja teadmised, et toetada erinevate õppijate õppimist. Siinse uuringu eesmärk oli kaardistada üliõpilaste hoiakuid kaasava hariduse rakendamise suhtes enne ja pärast õpetajate kutseõpingute mooduli õppeaine "Õppe diferentseerimine" läbimist. Lisaks kaardistati kursuse ülesehitusega seotud aspekte, mis toetasid üliõpilaste arvates enim nende arusaamade, oskuste ja hoiakute kujunemist. Eel- ja järelküsitluse tulemuste analüüs näitas, et üliõpilaste hoiakud muutusid kaasava hariduse rakendamise suhtes positiivsemaks ning kasvas usk enda suutlikkusse toetada erinevate õppijate õppimist. Avatud küsimuste vastuste analüüsist selgus, et üliõpilaste tähenduslikku õppimist mõjutas kõige enam õppetöö korraldus, kus teoreetilised teadmised seoti praktilise võimalusega õpitut töös erivajadustega õppijatega rakendada ning kogemust kaasõppijatega reflekteerida.

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2020-05-01
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Poom-Valickis, K., & Ulla, T. (2020). Kaasava hariduse rakendamist toetavate hoiakute kujundamine õpetajakoolituse esmaõppes. Eesti Haridusteaduste Ajakiri. Estonian Journal of Education, 8(1), 72-99. https://doi.org/10.12697/eha.2020.8.1.04
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