From in-service to pre-service: a comparative look at my action research mentoring experience
AuthorTuyan Eraldemir, Seden
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CitationTuyan Eraldemir, Seden.(2018).From ın-service to pre-service: a comparative look at my action research mentoring experience.Energizing Teacher Research,12-18.
Through the AR course, the students learned the basics of conducting action research, by focusing on their own teaching practice and preparing their action plan regarding an area of their teaching practice they would like to change or improve. Then, as a requirement of the course, they would present their plans to their peers and to the course tutor who also supervised the teaching practice. Only after clarifying their AR cycles, could the students start their implementations and collect their data. Studentteachers were also given critical feedback during their data collection process to help them interpret their collected data and see appropriate solutions regarding the issue they experienced in their teaching practice. As another requirement of the AR course, they were expected to write their reports in the form of assignments to be evaluated for their progress. In 2016, the MySIP project also encouraged the organisation of an in-house conference where students were provided with the opportunity to share their AR studies in the form of poster presentations at the end of the semester
SourceEnergizing Teacher Research
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