Беијардов модел професионалног идентитета наставника

Предраг Ж. Живковић, Универзитет у Крагујевцу, Факултет педагошких наука у Јагодини, имејл: predrag.zivkovic@pefja.kg.ac.rs
Иновације у настави, XXXII, 2019/3, стр. 107–116

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doi: 10.5937/inovacije1903107Z

 

Резиме: Циљ рада је логистичком регресијом утврдити предиктивне и класификационе вредности тродимензионалног Беијардовог модела професионалног идентитета наставника (наставник као стручњак за наставни предмет и научну област, наставник дидактичар експерт и наставник педагог експерт). Предикторске варијабле у провери су пол наставника, дужина радног стажа, искуство у другој професији и наставна област. Логистичка регресија у провери овог модела није досад рађена. Најважнији резултати истраживања су: изабрани скуп предикторских варијабли за сваки елемент критеријумске варијабле даје у моделу добре резултате; збирни показатељи перформанси модела су у захтеваним границама; модел класификује задовољавајући проценат случајева за сва три елемента модела професионалног идентитета.

Кључне речи: професионални идентитет наставника, модел, логистичка регресија, Д. Беијард.

 

Summary: The aim of the research is to use logistic regression to determine the predictive and classification values of the three-dimensional Beijaard’s model of teachers’ professional identity (teachers as subjectmatter experts, didactical experts, and pedagogical experts). Logistic regression as an analyticalstatistical procedure for testing this model has not been done so far. The most important results of the research are as follows: the selected set of predictor variables for each element of the criterion variable gives good results in the model; the aggregate performance indicators of the model are within the required limits; the model classifies a satisfactory percentage of cases for all three elements of the professional identity model.

Keywords: teachers’ professional identity, model, logistic regression, Douwe Beijaard.

 

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