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Implementation and Evaluation of Technology Mentoring Program Developed for Teacher Educators: A 6M-Framework
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Qualitative Research in Education Volume 4, Number 2,

Abstract

The purpose of this basic research is to determine the problems experienced in the Technology Mentoring Program (TMP), and the study discusses how these problems affect the process in general. The implementation was carried out with teacher educators in the education faculty. 8 doctorate students (mentors) provided technology mentoring implementation for one academic term to 9 teacher educators (mentees) employed in the Education Faculty. The data were collected via the mentee and the mentor interview form, mentor reflections and organization meeting reflections. As a result, the problems based on the mentor, on the mentee and on the organization/institution were determined. In order to carry out TMP more effectively and successfully, a 6M-framework (Modifying, Meeting, Matching, Managing, Mentoring, Monitoring) was suggested within the scope of this study. It could be stated that fewer problems will be encountered and that the process will be carried out more effectively and successfully when the structure in this framework is taken into consideration.

Citation

Gunuc, S. (2015). Implementation and Evaluation of Technology Mentoring Program Developed for Teacher Educators: A 6M-Framework. Qualitative Research in Education, 4(2), 164-191. Retrieved May 30, 2020 from .

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