Suunatud refleksiooni protseduuri rakendamise peamised kasutegurid ja kitsaskohad õpetajakoolituse üliõpilaste ja õpetajate hinnangul

  • Raili Allas
  • Äli Leijen
  • Auli Toom

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Tänapäeva maailm eeldab, et kõik professionaalid pööravad järjepidevalt tähelepanu oma teadmiste ja oskuste arendamisele. Hariduse valdkonnas rõhutatakse, et õpetaja pidev professionaalne areng on ühtlasi ka jätkusuutliku ja nüüdisaegse haridussüsteemi alus. Samas ei ole piisavalt uurimusi, et seletada, millised meetodid on õpetajate toetamiseks kõige sobivamad. Siinses artiklis uuritakse, kuidas tajuvad õpetajad professionaalse arengu eri etappidel suunatud refleksiooni protseduuri kasutegureid ja kitsaskohti. Uurimuses osales 21 õpetajakoolituse üliõpilast ja 80 õpetajat. Uurimuses keskenduti osalejate hinnangutele, mille kohta koguti andmeid grupiarutelude ja -intervjuudega ning mida analüüsiti temaatilist analüüsi kasutades. Kokkuvõttena tuuakse välja, kuidas rakendada suunatud refleksiooni protseduuri õpetajate toetamiseks professionaalse arengu eri etappidel.

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2020-11-01
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Allas, R., Leijen, Äli, & Toom, A. (2020). Suunatud refleksiooni protseduuri rakendamise peamised kasutegurid ja kitsaskohad õpetajakoolituse üliõpilaste ja õpetajate hinnangul. Eesti Haridusteaduste Ajakiri. Estonian Journal of Education, 8(2), 85-110. https://doi.org/10.12697/eha.2020.8.2.04
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