Bir Şiir Vikisi Kullanmak: Bu Ortam Dijital Bir Çağda İngilizce Öğretmen Adaylarının Şiir Yazma ve Şiir Yazmayı Öğretme Konusunda Meslekî Bilgi Öğrenmelerine Nasıl Destek Olabilir?

Bu makalede bir grup İngilizce öğretmeni adayının katılımıyla şiir hakkında işbirlikli bilgi yapılandırmak üzere oluşturulan çevrimiçi bir Viki topluluğu ile ilgili yapılan nitel bir çalışmanın bir bölümünü sunuyoruz. Makalemiz öğretmen adaylarının dijital bir ortamda yazma deneyimlerini ve yazar olarak kendileriyle ilgili algılarını araştırmaktadır. Biz özellikle hizmet öncesi yılları boyunca Birleşik Krallık ve Kanada'da farklı ortamlarda çalışan iki grup öğretmen tarafından bu dijital ortamda girişilen (hem işbirlikli hem de bağımsız) şiir yazma süreçlerine odaklanmaktayız. Çok çeşitli iletişim olanaklarını içinde barındıran Viki ortamının bu öğretmenlere şiir yazmayı öğrenmeleri için sunduğu imkânları (Laurillard, Stratford, Lucklin, Ploughman ve Taylor, 2000) araştırıyor ve bu imkânların öğretmenlerin yaptıkları işbirlikleri ve yazdıkları şiirler üzerindeki etkisini sorguluyoruz. Bu çalışmada öğretmen adaylarının Viki yazışmalarını analiz ederken yazar olarak kendilerini nasıl biçimlendirdiklerini ve dijital bir üçüncü alanda birbirlerinin devam eden çalışmalarına nasıl müdahale ettiklerini gözlemlemekle ilgilendik. Ayrıca, Viki'nin kendilerine eğitim aldıkları yılda şiir yazma öğretimi konusunda meslekî bilgi öğrenmelerine nasıl destek olduğunu ve bu desteğin yazma öğretmenleri olarak gelecekteki sınıf içi uygulamaları için getirebileceği sonuçları araştırmak istedik.

Using a Poetry Wiki: How Can the Medium Support Pre-service Teachers of English in their Professional Learning about Writing Poetry and Teaching Poetry Writing in a Digital Age?

In this paper we report on one aspect of a qualitative study about an online wiki community, which was developed to build collaborative knowledge about poetry among a group of pre-service English teachers. Our paper explores pre-service teachers’ experiences of writing in a digital medium and their perceptions of themselves as writers. We focus specifically on the processes of poetry writing (both collaborative and independent) undertaken in this digital medium by two groups of teachers, who were working in contrasting settings in the UK and Canada during their pre-service year. We investigate the affordances (Laurillard, Stratford, Lucklin, Plowman, & Taylor, 2000) that a multimodal, wiki environment offered these teachers for learning about poetry writing and question the impact that these affordances have had both on the teachers’ collaborations and the poetry they wrote. In analysing the pre-service teachers’ wiki writings we were interested to observe how they shaped themselves as writers and intervened in each other’s work in progress within a digital third space. We also wanted to explore how the wiki had supported their professional learning about the teaching of poetry writing during their training year and the implications that this support could have for their own future classroom practice as teachers of writing.

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Ana Dili Eğitimi Dergisi
  • ISSN: 2147-6020
  • Yayın Aralığı: Yılda 4 Sayı
  • Başlangıç: 2013

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