“Projekt Schule für alle” as a mentoring programme in university teacher education: Professionalization processes of student teachers in different practical university phases

Kottmann B, Pieper C (2020)
Hungarian Educational Research Journal 10(3): 232–251.

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Abstract / Bemerkung
In the mentoring programme project“Schule f€ur alle”(“School for all”) at the University of Bielefeld inNorth Rhine-Westphalia, university students of primary or special education support a child who is in asituation of crisis for more than one year. In addition, the university students receive ongoing, systematicuniversity support (cf. Kottmann, 2007, p. 32; Kottmann, 2014, p. 380).The accompanying research by“Schule f€ur alle”focuses on the professionalization processes of studentteachers during practical phases at universities; accordingly, control groups were included on a pro ratabasis. In the pre-post design, all students completed a questionnaire (cf. Pieper, Kottmann & Miller, 2018,p. 294), the evaluation of which shows few changes in the professional perception of competence. Studentsof the mentoring programme also regularly reflected on their practical experience. Based on the objectivehermeneutics it was discovered that the conception of the project supports the process of perceiving,acknowledging and becoming more sensitive in regard to heterogeneous realities in life (cf. Pieper &Kottmann 2019b, p. 312) and that students can consciously perceive and reflect their own normativeexpectations (cf. Pieper & Kottmann 2019a, p. 79).The article primarily presents the results of the pre-post survey in detail and adds insights into thequalitative evaluation processes. In the conclusion, the potential of the project and mentoring programmesin general, specifically for teacher training students, is described.
Stichworte
professionalization of teacher training students; practical university phases; teacher training at universities; men-toring programmes
Erscheinungsjahr
2020
Zeitschriftentitel
Hungarian Educational Research Journal
Band
10
Ausgabe
3
Seite(n)
232–251
eISSN
2064-2199
Page URI
https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2949684

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Kottmann B, Pieper C. “Projekt Schule für alle” as a mentoring programme in university teacher education: Professionalization processes of student teachers in different practical university phases. Hungarian Educational Research Journal. 2020;10(3):232–251.
Kottmann, B., & Pieper, C. (2020). “Projekt Schule für alle” as a mentoring programme in university teacher education: Professionalization processes of student teachers in different practical university phases. Hungarian Educational Research Journal, 10(3), 232–251. doi:10.1556/063.2020.00022
Kottmann, B., and Pieper, C. (2020). “Projekt Schule für alle” as a mentoring programme in university teacher education: Professionalization processes of student teachers in different practical university phases. Hungarian Educational Research Journal 10, 232–251.
Kottmann, B., & Pieper, C., 2020. “Projekt Schule für alle” as a mentoring programme in university teacher education: Professionalization processes of student teachers in different practical university phases. Hungarian Educational Research Journal, 10(3), p 232–251.
B. Kottmann and C. Pieper, ““Projekt Schule für alle” as a mentoring programme in university teacher education: Professionalization processes of student teachers in different practical university phases”, Hungarian Educational Research Journal, vol. 10, 2020, pp. 232–251.
Kottmann, B., Pieper, C.: “Projekt Schule für alle” as a mentoring programme in university teacher education: Professionalization processes of student teachers in different practical university phases. Hungarian Educational Research Journal. 10, 232–251 (2020).
Kottmann, Brigitte, and Pieper, Catania. ““Projekt Schule für alle” as a mentoring programme in university teacher education: Professionalization processes of student teachers in different practical university phases”. Hungarian Educational Research Journal 10.3 (2020): 232–251.

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