Eine interessante Dissertation aus dem Jahr 2014 habe ich entdeckt:
Coninx, N. S. (2014). Measuring effectiveness of synchronous coaching using Bug-In-Ear device of pre-service teachers. Retrieved from https://pure.tue.nl/ws/files/22989497/20160528_Coninx.pdf [Stand: 27.1.2017].
Worum geht es?
Schools and teacher preparation programs are acting as professional development schools and are responsible for the guidance of pre-service teachers doing their teaching practice. The school as a learning environment may reduce the gap between practice and theory. There is now more emphasis placed on the school as a learning environment where teachers
professional learning can be supported. … The aim of this PhD research is to measure the effectiveness of synchronous coaching using bug-in-ear technology (BIE technology). The general research question is: „What are the effects of synchronous coaching using BIE by pre-service teachers?“
The results of this in vivo study supported the hypotheses that the use of structured keywords for delivering immediate performance feedback is more beneficial than the ad hoc mode of delivering performance feedback, in terms of cognitive load and ambiguity for pre-service teachers. In the ad hoc mode, the coach is free in which feedback messages are whispered to the pre-service teacher. Usually this ends up that the feedback messages consist out of more than one sentence. In the structured mode, coach and pre-service teacher always have to select and discuss the keywords in advance that they are going to use, therefore diminishing the chance of ambiguity. By structuring the messages and only using the selected keywords it is expected that cognitive load (i.e. extraneous load) can be reduced.
Die Untersuchung(en) von Coninx zeigen, dass diese strukturierte Vorgehensweise mittels BIE tatsächlich ein synchrones Coaching darstellt, welches die angehenden Lehrpersonen bei ihrer Professionsentwicklung unterstützt. Ein interessanter Ansatz!
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