Yıl 2019, Cilt 15 , Sayı 4, Sayfalar 350 - 362 2019-12-30

Öğretmen Mesleki Gelişiminde Güncel Görüşlere ve Uygulamalara Bir Bakış
An Overview of the Recent Views and Practices in Teacher Professional Development

Özlem CANARAN [1] , İsmail Hakkı MİRİCİ [2]


Bu makale öğretmenlerin mesleki gelişimlerindeki (MG) güncel eğilimlerin ve uygulamaların genel bir değerlendirmesini sunmaktadır. Makalenin amacı, öğretmenlere, öğretmen eğiticilerine ve eğitimcilere literatürde son 25 yılda tartışılan teorileri ve uygulamaları sunmaktır. Veriler; öğretmenlerin mesleki gelişimi üzerine olan dergi veri tabanlarına, kütüphane kataloglarına ve internet sitelerine ilgili sözcük grupları girilip kaynaklara ulaşılarak toplanmıştır. Bu makale, öncelikle etkili MG’nin ve MG modellerinin prensiplerine değinmektedir. Ardından literatürde etkili olduğu belirtilen MG çeşitlerinin ortak paydalarını belirlemek amacıyla ilgili MG çeşitleri incelenmiştir. Bu MG çeşitleri, öğrencilerin öğrenimini etkilediği kadar öğretmenlerin bilgi ve becerilerini geliştirmesini de sağlayan uygulamaları da içermektedir. Bu makale ayrıca araştırmacılar, öğretmenler ve öğretmen eğiticileri için değerli olacak sonuçları ve çıkarımları da sunmaktadır. Genel değerlendirme, etkili bir MG’nin hem yansıtıcı düşünmeyi, sınıf araştırmasını ve işbirliğini teşvik etmesi, hem de öğretmenleri karar verme sürecine dahil etmesi gerektiğini ortaya koymaktadır. Makale, bunlarla birlikte, etkili MG programlarının istenen sonuçlara ulaşabilmesi için, değerlendirme, izlem, öğrenciler ve öğrencilerin algılarını da içermesi gerektiğine eğilmektedir.    

This paper presents an overview of the current trends and practices in teacher professional development (PD). The paper is intended to provide teachers, teacher educators, and trainers with the theories and practices discussed in the literature over the last 25 years. The data were selected from resources by entering relevant search phrases in journal databases, library catalogs, and websites on teacher PD. The paper primarily addresses the principles of effective PD and the models of PD. Next, different kinds of PD, including the practices that can enable teachers to improve their knowledge and skills as well as impacting student learning, are analyzed to determine the common denominators of those kinds that are considered effective in the literature. The paper also provides some implications that will be of value to researchers, teachers, and teacher trainers. The overview reveals that effective PD must involve teachers in decision-making as well as encourage reflection, classroom research, and collaboration. The paper further mentions that effective PD programs should include students and their perceptions in addition to evaluation and follow-up support in order to achieve the desired outcomes.   

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Birincil Dil en
Konular Eğitim, Bilimsel Disiplinler
Bölüm Makaleler
Yazarlar

Orcid: 0000-0003-2605-7884
Yazar: Özlem CANARAN (Sorumlu Yazar)
Kurum: Türk Hava Kurumu Üniversitesi
Ülke: Turkey


Orcid: 0000-0002-0906-0259
Yazar: İsmail Hakkı MİRİCİ
Kurum: Yakın Doğu Üniversitesi
Ülke: Turkey


Tarihler

Yayımlanma Tarihi : 30 Aralık 2019

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APA CANARAN, Ö , MİRİCİ, İ . (2019). An Overview of the Recent Views and Practices in Teacher Professional Development. Eğitimde Kuram ve Uygulama , 15 (4) , 350-362 . DOI: 10.17244/eku.559281
MLA CANARAN, Ö , MİRİCİ, İ . "An Overview of the Recent Views and Practices in Teacher Professional Development". Eğitimde Kuram ve Uygulama 15 (2019 ): 350-362 <https://dergipark.org.tr/tr/pub/eku/issue/51511/559281>
Chicago CANARAN, Ö , MİRİCİ, İ . "An Overview of the Recent Views and Practices in Teacher Professional Development". Eğitimde Kuram ve Uygulama 15 (2019 ): 350-362
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AMA CANARAN Ö , MİRİCİ İ . An Overview of the Recent Views and Practices in Teacher Professional Development. Journal of Theory and Practice in Education. 2019; 15(4): 350-362.
Vancouver CANARAN Ö , MİRİCİ İ . An Overview of the Recent Views and Practices in Teacher Professional Development. Eğitimde Kuram ve Uygulama. 2019; 15(4): 362-350.