Eğitimde Yeni Yaklaşımlar: Kanıt Temelli Öğretim

Bu çalışmanın temel amacı özellikle fen bilimleri ve tıp alanlarında kullanılan kanıt temelli öğretim yaklaşımının eğitim bilimleri alanında ve öğretim uygulamalarında nasıl kullanılması gerektiğini ortaya koymaktır. Hem yabancı literatürde hem de ülkemizde bu alanda yapılan çalışma sayısı yok denecek kadar azdır. Bu sebeple çalışmada kanıt temelli öğretimin nasıl bir yapıya sahip olduğu ana hatlarıyla ortaya koyulmaya çalışılmıştır. Bu alanda çalışan eğitimcilere bir başlangıç noktası oluşturması ve rehberlik etmesi açısından çalışmanın önemli olduğu düşünülmektedir. Eğer eğitim bilimleri alanındaki çalışmalar da tıpkı pozitif bilimlerdeki gibi kanıt temelli olarak inşa edilirse, öğrenme düzeylerinin artacağı, daha kaliteli bir eğitim yapılacağı ve öğrenmelerin daha anlamlı olacağı düşünülmektedir.

NEW APPROACHES IN EDUCATION: EVIDENCE BASED TEACHING

The main purpose of this study is to reveal how the evidence-based teaching approach, used especially in the fields of science and medicine, should be used in the field of pedagogy and teaching applications. Both the international and national literature reveals that there have been few studies carried out in this field. The aim of the current study is to outline the structure of evidence-based teaching. The study is thought to be important in terms of creating a starting point and providing guidance for educators who study in this field. If pedagogical studies are carried out using an evidence-based approach in a similar way to the positive sciences, it is thought that the level of learning will increase, the quality of education will be better and learning will be more meaningful. 

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