Learning Study : rozvoj školy skrze kolegiální učení učitelů

Variant title
Learning Study : school development through collegial cooperation of teachers
Source document: Studia paedagogica. 2015, vol. 20, iss. 2, pp. [59]-79
Extent
[59]-79
  • ISSN
    1803-7437 (print)
    2336-4521 (online)
Type: Article
Language
Czech
License: Not specified license
Abstract(s)
Tento článek si klade za cíl popsat z působ, jakým byla metoda Learning Study (LS) zaváděna na švédské škole vyššího sekundárního vzdělávání, a dále jak byl dopad tohoto kroku na výuku a rozvoj školy vnímán řediteli a učiteli zapojenými do projektu. Jedná se o empirickou studii, která byla realizována formou akčního výzkumu probíhajícího po dobu tří let. Projekt zavedení metody LS se opíral o předpoklad, že náležité profesní vzdělávání je výsledkem kolegiální aktivity, k níž dochází, když se učitelé učí od sebe navzájem. Obecně můžeme říci, že učitelé zapojení do této studie vnímali využívání této metody pozitivně. Vznikly díky ní příležitosti k setkávání a debatování o učitelských dovednostech, vedla ke zlepšení profesních vztahů mezi kolegy a poskytla učitelům systematickou metodu pro plánování, realizaci a sledování výuky. Pro společnou práci na zavádění metody LS je však nezbytné vyhradit si čas. Tento aspekt hraje klíčovou roli, neboť se jedná o poměrně nákladný z působ rozvoje školy. S tím souvisejí značné nároky kladené na ředitele škol při vytváření podmínek nezbytných pro zavádění metody LS.
The aim of this article is to describe how the Learning Study method (LS) was implemented in a Swedish upper secondary school, as well as how the principals and the teachers involved perceived this to affect teaching at, and the development of, the school. It is an empirical study that was conducted as an action research project over a period of three years. The project to implement the LS method was based on the assumption that proper training is the result of collegial activity that occurs when teachers learn from each other. The teachers in this study were, in general, positive about using the LS method. It created opportunities to meet and talk about teaching skills, developed better professional relationships between colleagues, and offered a systematic method for planning, implementing and monitoring teaching. However, working together requires that time be set aside to allow for implementation of the LS method. This is crucial, as the LS method is a rather expensive way to make school development work. This places heavy demands on principals to create the necessary conditions for the implementation of the LS method.
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