Evaluation of Teachers ' Views Concerning Ideality Levels

Volume 3-Issue 1
Fatma Ferhan Bahcuvanoglu
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Abstract:


The purpose of this research to evaluate of teachers’ view about idealism and ideality levels. In this research interviewing technique was used which is one of the qualitative research. I created Semi-structured interview form as a researcher. Interview forms have been finalized with the help of expert opinions. Questions were asked to the 15 teachers, working at Erenler College, the definition of the ideal teacher, the factors that affect the level of idealism, the degree of professional burnout, and about the level of idealism when graduated and after taking the profession. Data from interviews were analyzed by descriptive analysis. The basis of results from interviews: 1- An idealistic teacher is someone who stands behind his own values, who is diligent, knows the needs of the times and keeps up with the future, and teaches his knowledge efficiently and beautifully..2- The best source of motivation for being an idealist teacher is, learning and success of students. 3- The teachers' opinions about professional burnout is monotony in the professional sense, not being ready for lessons, is the ordinary of the course work.4- Factors affecting the level of idealism are environmental factors such as the quality of the school, the attitude, the family, friends, the environment in which the person lives. 5- The level of idealism teachers had when they were undergraduates decreased after they were been to the profession.

Keywords

  • Idealism
  • Ideal teacher
  • Burnout levels.
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