STUDENT SELF-EVALUATION OF CO-LECTURE ACTIVITIESJournal: Problems of Education in the 21st Century (Vol.14, No. 1)
Publication Date: 2009-10-10
Authors : Darinka Sikosek;
Page : 116-122
Keywords : teaching skills and competences; student autonomy; self-evaluation; students-colecturers;
This article argues a greater stress to student-centered, active-learning approaches in teacher education beginning already in lectures by the subjects of DCEM methodological module. Our approach in increasing lecture's activity of students is involving them as teacher's co-lecturers. In order to monitor the efficiency and quality improvement of their outcomes-teacher's activities, we make use of the students'-co-lecturers, as well as students-listeners feedback, which continuously takes place at the end of a program of specific curricular units. Students self – reflections are confronted with techer's trainer noticings. Some significant findings are interpreted in compliance with teacher competences. CO-lecture's activities are valued regarding to optional AADIDG didactic pinciples.
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