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Human Relations: En enkätstudie av en grupp blivande lärares kommunikationsfärdigheter
Örebro University, School of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences.
Örebro University, School of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences.
2010 (Swedish)Independent thesis Advanced level (degree of Master (Two Years)), 10 credits / 15 HE creditsStudent thesis
Abstract [sv]

Sammanfattning

Syftet med denna undersökning är att prova ut ett verktyg bland en grupp blivande lärare i träning i mänskliga relationer (Human Relations Training eller HRT). HRT är en utbildning i hur man kan kommunicera med bl a elever, kollegor och föräldrar för att skapa goda relatio-ner och konstruktivt hitta lösningar till konflikter och andra problem. Tidigare forskning visar att blivande lärare samt nyblivna lärare i Sverige anser sig ha goda ämneskunskaper men upp-lever en osäkerhet i det kommunikativa mötet vid exempelvis konflikter och vanliga problem som kan uppstå i det vardagliga mötet med elever och andra personer. I USA har det sedan decennier ingått HRT i lärarutbildningen, men då vi inte fann någon tidigare koppling till HRT i den svenska lärarutbildningen blev det intressant att prova HRT:s rekommendationer med kunskaperna som snart nyblivna lärare i Sverige har. En av oss författare fick en utbild-ning i HRT, i USA. En av böckerna som användes i utbildningen heter

Vilka hinder och möjligheter kan ses bland blivande lärare i kommunikation med elever, kollegor och föräldrar och hur jämförs de med riktlinjerna som finns i HRT-boken,

Hur svarar några blivande lärare på preciserade kommunikativa situationer i skolan såsom de presenteras i

En enkätundersökning gjordes på en universitetsgrupp snart nyblivna lärare, som läser sista terminen på sin lärarutbildning i Sverige. Totalt deltog 42 lärarstudenter. Resultaten på re-spondenternas enkäter jämfördes med de riktlinjer och definitioner som finns i

Human Relations De-velopment (HRD) och oss emellan växte följande två forskningsfrågor fram: HRD? HRD och hur skall man kunna förstå svaren med HRD som utgångspunkt? HRD. Under-sökningens resultat visade att enigheten mellan respondentgruppen och HRD ligger på en nivå som möjligen skulle nås om respondenterna svarade på enkäten på ett slumpvist sätt.

Abstract [en]

Abstract

The purpose of this study is to determine if there may be a benefit in introducing Human Re-lations Training (HRT) into the teaching education programs within Sweden. HRT has been shown to help teachers communicate with students, colleagues, parents and others in order to create beneficial relations and constructively find solutions when conflicts and other problems arise. Prior research has shown that teachers who are beginning their careers within Sweden find that they have been well-educated within their subjects but that they have difficulties when they are confronted with situations that involve Human Relations (HR), that is to say conflicts and arguments and just plain day-to-day getting along with students and other people. In the USA, HRT has been incorporated within teacher training programs for decades. Because of the difficulty in finding such training within Sweden’s teacher training programs, it is of interest to compare the HR-skills of a group of impending teachers (who have been educated in Sweden) with the skills that HRT recommends. One of the authors of this thesis received HRT in the USA.

What are the skills that can be found among a group of soon-to-be teachers, in regards to their communication with students, colleagues and parents, and how do these skills compare with the guidelines established in the HRT book,

How do these soon-to-be teachers respond to certain given situations that are presented in

A questionnaire study was performed on one group of students during their last term of teach-er training at a Swedish university. 42 students participated. The students’ responses in the questionnaire were compared to the guidelines and definitions contained within the said book,

Human Relations Development (HRD) is the title of the primary book used during the training and the book is what inspired these research questions: HRD? HRD and how does one interpret their responses while using HRD as an authoritative reference? HRD. The results of the questionnaire show that, as a group, the students performed at a level comparable with that which likely would be achieved if the group were to answer the ques-tionnaire’s questions in a random fashion.

Place, publisher, year, edition, pages
2010. , 84 p.
Keyword [en]
Human Relations, Communication
Keyword [sv]
Kommunikation, Mänskliga relationer, samtalsmetodik, Kommunikationsträning
National Category
Pedagogy
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URN: urn:nbn:se:oru:diva-10916ISRN: ORU-HUS/PDI-GY-2010/0131--SEOAI: oai:DiVA.org:oru-10916DiVA: diva2:322099
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Örebro universitet, Örebro (Swedish)
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