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Preservice Chemistry Teachers' Thoughts and Decisions in Microteaching Context
|Issue Date: ||2012-11-22T07:42:37Z
|Abstract: ||本研究的目的在探究職前化學教師在微試教情境中於試教前、中、後所持的想法，及影響其想法的因素。 |
This study is to investivgate two preservice chemistry teachers' thoughts and decisions before, during, and after teaching in microteaching context, and also to discover factors which influence their thoughts and decisions.
Qualitative Research methods was applied in this study. Data collection included formal and informal interviews, classroom observations. Data resoures consisted of interview transcripts, field notes, and students assignments from the course. The findings from this study indicated that two preservice chemistry teachers' thoughts before teaching focused on organizing instruction sequence before microteaching, but this organizing was self centered, they did not put students' ability and teaching objectives into consideration. During microteaching, the student teachers taught science concepts with lecturing. What they thought most important was whetherall science concepts were covered and whether all the teachings equences went smoothly. They did not examine students' learning progress, neither did they effectively control the instructional procedures and transmited science concepts. After micro- teaching, the student teachers were more concerned about one's teaching preformance, contextual constraints, and peers' interference. They did not deeply think about science teaching strategy and nor did they reflect the content taught in the class. It's worth while to note that the preservice chemistry teachers could not reflect one's teaching ability durning microteaching, but they could reflect more in observating realteaching in the classroom.
Study generated three factors which affected subjects' thought sand decisions, these were teachers' thoughts about science teaching and learning, contextual factors, personal characteristic. Suggestions on how to implement microteaching course would be disscussed.
|Relation: ||科學教育, 5: 167-184|
|Appears in Collections:||[科學教育研究所] 期刊論文|
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