Yıl 2013, Cilt 12, Sayı 3, Sayfalar 443 - 467 2013-12-01

Öğretmen, Öğretme, Öğrenme, Öğretim Materyali ve Değerlendirmeye ilişkin Metaforlar: Yapısal Bir Analiz
Metaphors Regarding Teacher, Teaching, Learning, Instructional Material and Evaluation: A Structural Analysis

Altay EREN [1] , Erkan TEKİNARSLAN [2]

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Bu araştırmanın amacı, öğretmen adaylarının öğretmen, öğretme, öğrenme, öğretim materyali ve değerlendirme kavramlarına ilişkin metaforlarını açıklayan faktörlerin incelenmesi ve bu faktörler arasındaki ilişkilerin keşfedilmesidir. Toplam 678 öğretmen adayı araştırmaya gönüllü olarak katılmıştır. Araştırmada kullanılan veri toplama araçları Tekinarslan ve Eren (2011) tarafından öğretmen, öğretme, öğrenme, öğretim materyali ve değerlendirme kavramlarına ilişkin olarak tanımlanan faktörlerden hareketle oluşturulmuştur. Araştırmanın amacı doğrultusunda açıklayıcı ve doğrulayıcı faktör analizlerini takiben, model karşılaştırmalarına ilişkin analizler gerçekleştirilmiştir. Ayrıca, öğretmen adaylarının metaforları aracılığıyla tanımlanan faktörler arasındaki ilişkilerin incelenmesi için sıfır-sıra korelasyon analizi de gerçekleştirilmiştir. Araştırmadan elde edilen bulgular iki önemli sonuç ortaya koymuştur. Birincisi, öğretmen adaylarının öğretmen, öğretme, öğrenme, öğretim materyali ve değerlendirme kavramlarına ilişkin metaforlarının hem bilişsel hem de duyuşsal faktörlerle anlamlı ve demografik değişkenlerin etkisinden bağımsız bir biçimde tanımlanmasıdır. İkincisi, söz konusu kavramlara ilişkin faktörlerin birbirleriyle anlamlı ve pozitif yönlü olarak ilişkilenmesidir. Araştırmada öğretmen eğitimine ilişkin çıkarsamalar ve gelecekte yapılacak araştırmalarda tartışılmıştır
The aim of this study was to examine the factors explaining prospective teachers’ metaphors regarding the concepts of teacher, teaching, learning, instructional material, and evaluation, and to explore the relationships among these factors. A total of 678 prospective teachers voluntarily participated in the study. Research instruments were developed based on the factors which were described by Tekinarslan and Eren (2011) in relation to the concepts of teacher, teaching, learning, instructional material, and evaluation. In line with the aim of the study, model comparisons were conducted following the exploratory and confirmatory factor analyses. Furthermore, a zero-order correlation analysis was also conducted in order to examine the relationships among the factors which were described through the prospective teachers’ metaphors. The findings of the present study lead to two major conclusions. The first one is that the prospective teachers’ metaphors regarding teacher, teaching, learning, instructional material, and evaluation are significantly described both through cognitive and affective factors regardless of the effects of the demographic variables. Second one is that the factors regarding the mentioned concepts are significantly and positively related to each other. Implications for teacher education and directions for future studies were also discussed in the study
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Yazar: Altay EREN
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Yazar: Erkan TEKİNARSLAN
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Bibtex @ { jss256874, journal = {Gaziantep University Journal of Social Sciences}, issn = {1303-0094}, eissn = {2149-5459}, address = {Gaziantep Üniversitesi}, year = {2013}, volume = {12}, pages = {443 - 467}, doi = {}, title = {Metaphors Regarding Teacher, Teaching, Learning, Instructional Material and Evaluation: A Structural Analysis}, key = {cite}, author = {TEKİNARSLAN, Erkan and EREN, Altay} }
APA EREN, A , TEKİNARSLAN, E . (2013). Metaphors Regarding Teacher, Teaching, Learning, Instructional Material and Evaluation: A Structural Analysis. Gaziantep University Journal of Social Sciences, 12 (3), 443-467. Retrieved from http://dergipark.gov.tr/jss/issue/24232/256874
MLA EREN, A , TEKİNARSLAN, E . "Metaphors Regarding Teacher, Teaching, Learning, Instructional Material and Evaluation: A Structural Analysis". Gaziantep University Journal of Social Sciences 12 (2013): 443-467 <http://dergipark.gov.tr/jss/issue/24232/256874>
Chicago EREN, A , TEKİNARSLAN, E . "Metaphors Regarding Teacher, Teaching, Learning, Instructional Material and Evaluation: A Structural Analysis". Gaziantep University Journal of Social Sciences 12 (2013): 443-467
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ISNAD EREN, Altay , TEKİNARSLAN, Erkan . "Öğretmen, Öğretme, Öğrenme, Öğretim Materyali ve Değerlendirmeye ilişkin Metaforlar: Yapısal Bir Analiz". Gaziantep University Journal of Social Sciences 12 / 3 (Aralık 2013): 443-467.