“Interest” and the Domains of Interest in the Curricula of CEIT Departments / “İlgi” ve BÖTE Öğrencilerinin Çalışma Alanlarındaki Önemi

Can MEŞE, Seda ÖZER, Muhterem DİNDAR, H. Ferhan ODABAŞI
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İlgi, bireylerin öğrenme ve öğrenmeye ilişkin eğilimlerini anlama ve yönlendirmede büyük öneme sahip bir motivasyon türü olarak görülmektedir. Bu bakımdan ilginin nasıl oluştuğu, bireylerin öğrenmeleri ve ilgileri arasındaki ilişkiyi etkileyen değişkenlerin neler olduğu dikkate değer bir araştırma alanı olarak karşımıza çıkmaktadır. Bu çalışmada ilgi kavramı ve ilginin ne şekilde oluştuğu, geliştiği ve bu gelişime etki eden faktörlerin neler olduğu alanyazın taramasından elde edilen bilgiler ışığında ayrıntılı olarak incelenmiştir. Ayrıca çalışmada ülke genelinde lisans düzeyinde örgün eğitim vermekte olan 43 Bilgisayar ve Öğretim Teknolojileri Eğitimi bölümünün öğretim programı incelenmiş ve öğrencilere ne tür ilgi alanlarının sunulduğu ortaya çıkarılmaya çalışılmıştır. Çalışmada tespit edilen ilgi alanları ve bu ilgi alanlarının geliştirilmesine ilişkin öğrencilere sunulan olanaklar tartışılmış, öğrencilerin gelecekte iş fırsatları da göz önünde bulunularak lisans eğitimleri süresince belli alanlara ilişkin ilgillerinin geliştirilmesi sürecinde yapılması gerekenler tartışılmıştır.  


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Motivasyon, ilgi ve öğrenme, ilgi türleri, BÖTE müfredatı.

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