Professional Identity Development During Video Cases Discussions: Does It Make a Difference Whether Teacher Candidates Focus Their Own Videos or Experts’ Videos?
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Keywords:Professional development, Professional identity, Teacher candidates, Video cases discussion
Bu araştırma, öğretmen adaylarının farklı video vaka tartışmalarına yansıyan profesyonel kimlik boyutlarını araştırmayı ve kendi ve uzman video vaka tartışmaları arasındaki farkları keşfetmeyi amaçlamıştır. Bu nitel durum eğitimi, iki ayrı grup arasında üç döngüde gözetleme video durum tartışmaları yoluyla sekiz öğretmen adayından elde edilmiştir. Tartışma platformunda bir grubun kendi videolarına odaklanırken, diğer grup uzmanlarının videolarına odaklanmaktadır. Sonuç olarak, görev temelli, meslek temelli ve kendini yürütme temelli göstergeler olmak üzere üç tema altında toplanan mesleki kimlik oluşturma tartışmalarına yansımıştır. uzantı,profesyonellerin 'mesleğe dayalı' ve 'kendini yorumlamaya dayalı' boyutlarında kendi video-vaka tartışma grubu ile uzman video-vaka tartışma grubu arasındaki farklar dikkat çekicidir. Sonuçlar, özellikle kendi video vakalarını tartışmanın, öğretmen adaylarının daha güçlü teori-uygulama ilkeleri kurmalarına ve 'profesyonel bir öğretmen' gibi hissetmelerine yardımcı olan verimli bir araç olabileceğini göstermektedir.
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