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Motivacija za poučevanje in zavezanost učiteljskemu poklicu pri slovenskih študentih pedagoških smeri

Katja Depolli Steiner

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Povzetek: Motivacija učiteljev za poučevanje in njihova zavezanost učiteljskemu poklicu je raziskovalno področje, ki je v zadnjih dveh desetletjih pridobilo na priljubljenosti. Vendar pa je to področje v Sloveniji še precej nepreučeno, tako pri bodočih kot tudi pri aktivnih učiteljih. V pričujočem članku predstavljamo ugotovitve raziskave, v kateri smo se osredotočili na motivacijsko ozadje odločitve skupine slovenskih študentov pedagoških smeri za učiteljski poklic in na njihovo zavezanost učiteljskemu poklicu. V raziskavi je sodelovalo 399 študentov prvega letnika magistrskih smeri pedagoškega študija na Filozofski fakulteti Univerze v Ljubljani. Študenti so izpolnili vprašalnik, ki je v enem delu namenjen osvetlitvi vzrokov, zaradi katerih so se študenti odločili za učiteljski poklic, v drugem delu pa je usmerjen na zavezanost učiteljskemu poklicu. Rezultati kažejo, da študente pedagoških smeri za učiteljski poklic motivirajo mnogovrstni dejavniki, še zlasti altruistični in intrinzični vzroki. Zavezanost učiteljskemu poklicu je zelo visoka, lahko pa jo napovemo z več motivacijskimi dejavniki, še zlasti z notranjo motivacijo. V članku prikazujemo tudi primerjave med skupinami študentov glede motivacije za poučevanje in zavezanosti učiteljskem poklicu.

Ključne besede: izobraževanje učiteljev, bodoči učitelji, motivacija za poučevanje, zavezanost učiteljskemu poklicu


Citiraj:
Depolli Steiner, K. (2022). Teacher motivation and commitment to the teaching profession among Slovenian teacher education students. Psihološka obzorja, 31, 516–525. https://doi.org/10.20419/2022.31.559


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