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This study examined what pedagogical advisors perceive as factors affecting their professional self-efficacy. The major finding is that pedagogical advisors perceive their professional autonomy as a necessary condition for the effective fulfillment of their role. Autonomy allows them to develop their potential in the intrapersonal, interpersonal and organizational domains of their work. Their sense of autonomy is based on a connection between freedom and commitment to the teaching profession.
Updated: Aug. 01, 2016
How Is the Internship Going Anyways? An Action Research Approach to Understanding the Triad Relationship between Interns, Mentors, and Field Advisors
The author examines at the relationship between mentors, interns, and field advisors on a theological internship programme from an action research perspective. The author uses the work of Hans Georg Gadamer as a conceptual framework. The findings reveal that three themes emerged: One of the behavioural themes that came out of each interview with the interns and mentors was the as sense of the initial emotional uncertainty it is connected with the field advisor. Another finding that emerged is the role of the field advisor as the reflective friend. The third finding centres on the theme of the field advisor as being an insider/outsider.
Updated: Aug. 05, 2013
This article reports on a programme in which senior advisers from different regions in Croatia developed action research projects in Croatian schools. The authors wanted to learn: How educational action research might be used by advisers and teachers in Croatia; and how educational action research is understood in this context. The authors found that the concept of action research was thoroughly understood by nearly all the advisers; the principles of action research were produced evidence of practical change, collaboration and mutual understanding.
Updated: Jul. 20, 2010