Õpetaja kui tegevusuuringu tegija: võimalusi talletada õpilaste arusaamu didaktilistest suhetest

  • Reetta Niemi

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Selle uurimuse tarbeks olen õpetaja ja teadlasena uurinud enda kui õpetaja tööd. Artiklis vastan küsimusele, kuidas kasutada pedagoogilist tegevusuuringut metoodikana, mis võimaldab saada ülevaate sellest, kuidas õpilased tajuvad didaktilisi suhteid. Kirjeldan, kuidas mul õnnestus saavutada õppekavas püstitatud eesmärke ning samal ajal koos õpilastega koguda ja analüüsida uurimisandmeid. Artiklis kasutatud andmed on kogutud narratiivses vormis ja need koosnevad 4. klassi õpilaste loodud 136 pildist ja 25 audiovisuaalsest materjalist (20 pildiraamatut, kolm iMovie videot ja kaks PowerPointi esitlust). Tehtud uuring toetas mitmel tasandil õpilaste kaasatust, mis on pedagoogilise tegevusuuringu põhieesmärk. Õpilastel oli võimalik valida rakendusi ja nii palju pilte, kui nad soovisid. Uuringus kasutatud meetodid pakkusid õpilastele võimalusi avaldada arvamust ainedidaktika ja didaktika põhiküsimuste kohta – mida, kuidas ja miks õppida? – ning võimaldasid mul kujundada oma õpetamistavasid vastavalt õpilaste soovidele. Samas ei suutnud ma selle uuringu raames välja selgitada õpilaste seisukohti nende ja minu vaheliste pedagoogiliste suhete kohta. 

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