Year 2020, Volume 11 , Issue 3, Pages 619 - 645 2020-12-15

Öğrencilerin Matematiksel Öğrenmeleri Boyutunda Öğretmenlerin Sınıf Uygulamalarının bir Video Kulüp Sürecinde İncelenmesi
Examination of Teachers' Classroom Practices through a Video Club Process in terms of Students’ Mathematical Thinking

Gülşah ÖZDEMİR BAKİ [1] , Elif KILIÇOĞLU [2]


Bu çalışmada öğrencilerin matematiksel düşünmesini fark etmeye yönelik öğretmenlerin sınıf içi uygulamaları incelenmiştir. Çalışma, Erzurum ilinde görev yapan beş ortaokul matematik öğretmeni ile gerçekleştirilmiştir. Nitel araştırma desenlerinden durum çalışmasının kullanıldığı bu çalışmanın verileri video kulüp sürecinde toplanmıştır. Öğretmenlerin kendi sınıf videoları ile yansıtıcı raporlarının analizinde betimsel ve içerik analizi teknikleri kullanılmıştır. Çalışma sonucunda aynı sürece katılan öğretmenlerin sınıf içi uygulamalarında öğrenci düşünmesine yönelik farklı yaklaşımları benimsedikleri ortaya çıkmıştır. On bir hafta süren video kulüp sürecinde öğretmenlerin öğrencilerin matematiksel düşünmesi için daha fazla yer açtıkları, öğrencinin nasıl düşündüğünü anlamaya ve yorumlamaya çalıştıkları, öğrenci açıklamalarını detaylı bir şekilde inceledikleri görülmüştür. Ayrıca öğretmenler yansıtıcı raporlarında, öğrencilerin matematiksel düşünmelerini fark etmenin ve bu düşünceleri ortaya çıkarmak için fırsat vermenin öneminden bahsetmiş ve kendi öğretim uygulamalarıyla ilişkilendirerek değerlendirmeler yapmışlardır. Elde edilen bulgular doğrultusunda, video kulüplerin öğrencilerin matematiksel düşünmelerini fark etmeye yönelik öğretmenlerin sınıf içi uygulamalarını desteklediği söylenebilir.
In this study, the teachers’ classroom practices for noticing student mathematical thinking were examined. The research was carried out with 5 secondary school mathematics teachers working in Erzurum. Case study, one of qualitative research patterns, was used. The data of the research were collected using video club, and descriptive and content analysis techniques were employed to analyze the data obtained from teachers' own class videos and reflective reports. As a result of the study, it was revealed that the teachers who participated in the same process adopted different approaches towards student thinking in their classroom practices. During the video clubs, which lasted for eleven weeks, the teachers allocated more time to the students’ mathematical thinking, tried to understand and interpret how the students thought, and examined the students’ explanations in detail. In addition, in the reflective reports, they mentioned the importance of noticing students' mathematical thinking and giving them the opportunity to reveal these thoughts and made assessments by associating them with their own teaching practices. As a result, it can be stated that video clubs aided the teachers’ classroom practices to notice the students’ mathematical thinking.
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Primary Language en
Subjects Education and Educational Research
Journal Section Research Articles
Authors

Orcid: 0000-0002-1497-6528
Author: Gülşah ÖZDEMİR BAKİ (Primary Author)
Institution: Atatürk Üniversitesi
Country: Turkey


Author: Elif KILIÇOĞLU
Institution: Hatay Mustafa Kemal Üniversitesi
Country: Turkey


Dates

Publication Date : December 15, 2020

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APA Özdemi̇r Baki̇, G , Kılıçoğlu, E . (2020). Examination of Teachers' Classroom Practices through a Video Club Process in terms of Students’ Mathematical Thinking . Turkish Journal of Computer and Mathematics Education (TURCOMAT) , 11 (3) , 619-645 . DOI: 10.16949/turkbilmat.704596
MLA Özdemi̇r Baki̇, G , Kılıçoğlu, E . "Examination of Teachers' Classroom Practices through a Video Club Process in terms of Students’ Mathematical Thinking" . Turkish Journal of Computer and Mathematics Education (TURCOMAT) 11 (2020 ): 619-645 <https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/turkbilmat/issue/58294/704596>
Chicago Özdemi̇r Baki̇, G , Kılıçoğlu, E . "Examination of Teachers' Classroom Practices through a Video Club Process in terms of Students’ Mathematical Thinking". Turkish Journal of Computer and Mathematics Education (TURCOMAT) 11 (2020 ): 619-645
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ISNAD Özdemi̇r Baki̇, Gülşah , Kılıçoğlu, Elif . "Examination of Teachers' Classroom Practices through a Video Club Process in terms of Students’ Mathematical Thinking". Turkish Journal of Computer and Mathematics Education (TURCOMAT) 11 / 3 (December 2020): 619-645 . https://doi.org/10.16949/turkbilmat.704596
AMA Özdemi̇r Baki̇ G , Kılıçoğlu E . Examination of Teachers' Classroom Practices through a Video Club Process in terms of Students’ Mathematical Thinking. Turkish Journal of Computer and Mathematics Education (TURCOMAT). 2020; 11(3): 619-645.
Vancouver Özdemi̇r Baki̇ G , Kılıçoğlu E . Examination of Teachers' Classroom Practices through a Video Club Process in terms of Students’ Mathematical Thinking. Turkish Journal of Computer and Mathematics Education (TURCOMAT). 2020; 11(3): 619-645.
IEEE G. Özdemi̇r Baki̇ and E. Kılıçoğlu , "Examination of Teachers' Classroom Practices through a Video Club Process in terms of Students’ Mathematical Thinking", Turkish Journal of Computer and Mathematics Education (TURCOMAT), vol. 11, no. 3, pp. 619-645, Dec. 2020, doi:10.16949/turkbilmat.704596