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Öğretmenlerin Yaşam Boyu Öğrenme Yeterlikleri

Teachers’ Lifelong Learning Competencies

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Abstract (2. Language): 
The professional competencies of English Language Teachers were determined a research in 2007, and the research results showed that ELT Teachers’ competencies consisted of four main subgroups, namely Curriculum Competencies, Lifelong Learning Competencies, Social- Cultural Competencies and Emotional Competencies. As a result of the research, Lifelong Learning Competencies emerged as the most important competencies for ELT Teachers. Teachers’ lifelong learning competencies support sustainable development of students. Thus, teachers must also have lifelong learning competencies to acquire their roles and responsibilities. Depending on this result, teachers’ lifelong learning competencies are discussed in this paper in relation to sustainable development of teachers, students and society.
Abstract (Original Language): 
2007’de yapılan çalışmada İngilizce öğretenlerinin mesleki yeterlikleri belirlenmiştir. Bu araştırma sonucunda İngilizce öğretmenlerinin yeterlikleri Program Yeterlikleri, Yaşam boyu Öğrenme Yeterlikleri, Sosyo-Kültürel Yeterlikler ve Duyuşsal Yeterlikler olarak dört temel grupta toplandığı saptanmıştır. Araştırma sonucuna Yaşam boyu Öğrenme Yeterlikleri İngilizce öğretmenleri için en önemli yeterlik alanı olarak ortay çıkmıştır. Öğretmenlerin yaşam boyu öğrenme yeterlikleri öğrencilerin sürekli gelişimini desteklemektedir. Bu nedenle, öğretmenlerin kendi rol ve sorumluluklarını yerine getirebilmeleri için yaşam boyu öğrenme yeterliklerine sahip olmaları gerekmektedir. Elde edilen sonuca dayalı olarak, bu çalışmada toplumun, öğrencilerin ve öğretmenlerin sürekli olarak gelişmesi ile ilişkili olan öğretmenlerin yaşam boyu öğrenme yeterlikleri tartışılmıştır.



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