Seosed õppejõu õpetamisviisi ja üliõpilase õppimist toetavate ning takistavate tegurite vahel õppeaines

  • Kai Uiboleht
  • Mari Karm

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Kõrghariduses võib õppeaine õpikeskkonda kirjeldada õppejõu õpetamisviisi kaudu. Varasemad uurimused on kirjeldanud sisu- ja õppimiskeskset õpetamisviisi ning nende põimumist. Uurimused, mis on keskendunud üliõpilaste kirjeldatud õppimist toetavate ja takistavate õpikeskkonna elementidele, ei selgita, kuidas need on seotud õppejõu sisu- või õppimiskeskse õpetamisviisiga konkreetse õppeaine kontekstis. Samas on õppeaine arendamise seisukohast oluline seda seost mõista. Selle artikli eesmärk on tuua välja seoseid õppejõudude kirjeldatud õpetamisviisi ning üliõpilaste kirjeldatud õppimist toetavate ja takistavate õpikeskkonna elementide vahel just õppeaine tasandil. Artikkel tugineb mitme õppeaine  uuringule, kus intervjueeriti kolme õppeaine õppejõudu ja üliõpilasi. Andmete kvalitatiivsest analüüsist selgub, et üliõpilased ei taju õpetamisviiside põimumist alati õppimist takistavana. Pigem takistavad üliõpilaste õppimist õppejõu ebaselged ootused ja üldsõnalised juhendid.

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Avaldatud
2020-11-01
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Uiboleht, K., & Karm, M. (2020). Seosed õppejõu õpetamisviisi ja üliõpilase õppimist toetavate ning takistavate tegurite vahel õppeaines. Eesti Haridusteaduste Ajakiri. Estonian Journal of Education, 8(2), 57-84. https://doi.org/10.12697/eha.2020.8.2.03
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