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Nyexaminerade lärares första år som yrkesverksamma

By Sebastian Silvander

Abstract

This essay is about how newly graduated teachers experience their first year in teaching. The main focus is linked to the theory about the pedagogy triangle of Bermuda. It involves two dimensions with six main aspects. The first dimension is the psychosocial-, including, ambition, demands and the possibility to achieve ambition and demands. The second dimension is the didactic-, including the what-, why- and how-qustions.  The results of the study shows that teachers experience their first year in teaching different, depending primarly of the ascpets of the psychosocial dimension. The didactic dimension tends to incoroprate into the psychosocial dimension via ambition and demands. Ambition and demands are vital for the understanding of  how newly graduated teachers experience their first year in teaching. It is throw these aspects they look upon the reality and estimate their performance. If the ambition and the demands are inline with the how the reality develop the feeling of satisfaction grow

Topics: ambition, demands, possibility to achieve ambition and demands, ambition, krav, möjligheten att leva upp till ambition och krav, Education, Pedagogik
Publisher: Södertörns högskola, Lärarutbildningen
Year: 2009
OAI identifier: oai:DiVA.org:sh-2354
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