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Prospective Teachers' Cognitive Constructs Related to Ideal Lecturer Qualifications: A Case Study Based on Repertory Grid Technique

Şenol Sezer

ss. 255 - 273   |  DOI: https://doi.org/10.29329/mjer.2018.153.14   |  Makale No: MANU-1808-20-0002.R1

Yayın tarihi: Ekim 01, 2018  |   Okunma Sayısı: 72  |  İndirilme Sayısı: 195


Özet

In this study, it was aimed to reveal prospective teachers’ cognitive constructs related to the ideal lecturers’ qualifications. The study was conducted based on case study design which is one of the qualitative research patterns. The study group was 21 prospective teachers. The study group was determined by using criterion sampling method. Data were collected via a repertory grid technique. The participants have produced 210 valid cognitive constructs related to ideal lecturers’ qualifications. The most frequently mentioned cognitive constructs are namely, communication skills, professional competence, acknowledged expert, motivation skills, good humoured, treats fairly, respectful to different opinions, innovative/inventive, academically/scientifically accoutred, and classroom management skills. 210 cognitive constructs were collected in eight different cognition, groups considering functionality and the similarities. The main cognition groups were personal qualifications, academic efficacy, professional competency, communication skills, student centeredness, motivation, professional ethics, and democratic attitude. It can be suggested that the lecturers before anything else should have personal qualifications, communication skills and they should also be academically efficient.

Anahtar Kelimeler: Prospective teacher, ideal lecturer, qualification, repertory grid


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APA 6th edition
Sezer, S. (2018). Prospective Teachers' Cognitive Constructs Related to Ideal Lecturer Qualifications: A Case Study Based on Repertory Grid Technique. Akdeniz Eğitim Araştırmaları Dergisi, 12(25), 255-273. doi: 10.29329/mjer.2018.153.14

Harvard
Sezer, S. (2018). Prospective Teachers' Cognitive Constructs Related to Ideal Lecturer Qualifications: A Case Study Based on Repertory Grid Technique. Akdeniz Eğitim Araştırmaları Dergisi, 12(25), pp. 255-273.

Chicago 16th edition
Sezer, Senol (2018). "Prospective Teachers' Cognitive Constructs Related to Ideal Lecturer Qualifications: A Case Study Based on Repertory Grid Technique". Akdeniz Eğitim Araştırmaları Dergisi 12 (25):255-273. doi:10.29329/mjer.2018.153.14.

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