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Mentoring and integrated methodical practice

By Snezana Jovanova-Mitkovska and Biljana Popeska

Abstract

The realization of practical teaching of students from the teaching faculties is carried out in the laboratories, schools. The same is performed under the mentorship of a mentor professor from faculty, mentor teacher from the school (primary, secondary). Mentoring of this kind of teaching is not easy and simple thing, but work that involved great responsibility. Mentoring refers to two process: the learning and the teaching process. In that process of teaching and learning, both equal partners have benefit, i.e. the acquisition of practical experience for students, and on the other hand, the exchange of opinions with students, leads to a change in the style of learning, teaching, their advancement, innovation etc. The goal of mentoring is actually to allow development, career advancement. The mentor is a key person for development of the education and career of young individuals. In the paper we theoretically elaborated the problem of mentoring the integrated methodical practice of the students at the teaching faculties in the Republic of Macedonia. Also, we present the results of small, micro survey with students at the Faculty of educational sciences (FES) in Stip, whose goal was to obtain knowledge related to the identification of the roles implemented by the mentor for practical teaching. The descriptive-explicative method, the technique survey was applied in a deliberate sample of 45 students from FES. The obtained results are aimed at promoting this as an important role that teachers from the elementary and secondary schools, as well as the teachers of the faculties of teaching realize

Topics: Educational sciences
Year: 2017
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.ugd.edu.mk:18875

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