Identification with the Teaching Profession: Critical analysis of the self and critical awareness through Digital Storytelling



Çomak, Özge; Göktürk Ağın, Duygun; Department of Educational Administration and Planning (2021-12-24)
The latest transformations in economic and social life in Turkey, as in the world, have also been reflected in the academia. Precarious, temporary and flexible employment in academia and employing part-time instructors, which is widely preferred in foundation universities, especially affects many graduates who plan to become foreign language instructors. This study aims to understand the conditions which result in precariousness and precariatization for the part-time language instructors working in the fore...
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Karışan, Dilek; Yılmaz Tüzün, Özgül; Zeidler, Dana L.; Department of Elementary Education (2014)
This study aimed to explore preservice teachers’ (PTs) reflective judgment skills and determine the argumentation pattern used during argumentation in socioscientific issues (SSI) based Inquiry Laboratory Course (ILC). The association between reflective judgment skills and argumentation pattern was also investigated in SSI-based ILC. The participants of the study were 20 PTs from the Department of Elementary Education at a large, research oriented public university in Turkey. Qualitative research method was...
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Engaging preservice EFL teachers in self evaluation and peer evaluation for reflection
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In this study, 27 pre-service EFL teachers were involved in written self-evaluation and peer-evaluation processes as a reflective practice in the first practicum course. At the end of the course, 10 of them were interviewed to gain their insights about these processes. The results show that they gain awareness on their teaching, increase self-confidence, obtain multiple and critical perspectives.
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This paper focuses on deep and meaningful learning approaches and outcomes associated with online and blended communities of inquiry. Applying mixed methodology for the research design, the study used transcript analysis, learning outcomes, perceived learning, satisfaction, and interviews to assess learning processes and outcomes. The findings for learning processes and outcomes indicated that students in both online and blended courses were able to reach high levels of cognitive presence and learning outco...
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N. Çakır and N. Gök Ayyıldız, “Identification with the Teaching Profession: Critical analysis of the self and critical awareness through Digital Storytelling,” presented at the European Conference on Educational Research (ECER 2019), Hamburg, Almanya, 2019, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: