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BİR ORTAÖĞRETİM ÖĞRETMEN ADAYININ GELİŞİMİNİN İNCELENMESİ: ÖĞRETİM İÇİN ÇIKARIMLARI

EXAMINING A PRESERVICE SECONDARY TEACHER’S GROWTH: IMPLICATIONS FOR TEACHING

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Abstract (2. Language): 
The purpose of this study was to examine a preservice mathematics teacher’s weaknesses in her content knowledge and pedagogical content knowledge of the concept of function when she taught an episode on exponential functions to a group of high school students. During her planning and teaching of a lesson to the group of high school students, I observed the results of her lack of teaching experience and incomplete content knowledge on her pedagogical content knowledge. The results of her teaching experience showed the preservice secondary teacher had misconceptions and during her teaching she passed on these misconceptions to her students.
Abstract (Original Language): 
Bu çalısmada bir matematik ögretmen adayının fonksiyon kavramı ile ilgili alan bilgisindeki eksiklikleri incelemeyi ve bu eksikliklerin ögretmen adayının üstel fonksiyon konusunu, bir grup lise ögrencisine anlatırken nasıl etkiledigini belirlemek amaçlanmıstır. Dersi planlama ve planladıgı dersi ögretme sürecinde, ögretmen adayının alan bilgisindeki ve pedagojik alan bilgisindeki eksiklikler belirlendi. Elde edilen bulgular, ögretmen adayının kavram yanılgılarının oldugunu ve ögretme sürecinde bu kavram yanılgılarını ögrencilerine aktardıgını gösterdi.
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