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Psihološka istraživanja
2019, vol. 22, br. 2, str. 189-206
jezik rada: engleski
vrsta rada: izvorni naučni članak
objavljeno: 30/01/2020
doi: 10.5937/PSISTRA22-20024
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Mišljenje nastavnika o implementaciji obrazovnih standarda u Srbiji i Hrvatskoj
aCollege for Early Years Education and Care, Šabac
bZagreb, Croatia

e-adresa: aleksandramaksimovic82@gmail.com

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Cilj ovog rada je da uporedimo kako nastavnici u Srbiji i Hrvatskoj shvataju koncep-ciju obrazovnih standarda i njihovo uvođenje u obrazovnu politiku i školsku praksu. Dalje, ovaj članak ispituje perspketive nastavnika o obrazovnim standardima u osnovnim i srednjim školama u Srbiji i Hrvatskoj i upoređuje ih sa razumevanjem ovog koncepta od strane nastavnika u drugim zemljama. Primenjen je kvalitativni metodološki pristup, sprovedeni su individualni i fokus-grupni intervjui sa nastavnicima, kao i tematska analiza prikupljenih podataka. Intervjui su realizovani tokom izrade dve doktorske disertacije. Uzorak čini 101 nastavnik, od toga su 57 nastavnici u osnovnim školama u Srbiji, a 44 su nastavnici u srednjim školama u Hrvatskoj. Rezultati pokazuju da nastavnici u ovim zemljama imaju vrlo slične doživljaje kada je u pitanju implementacija obrazovnih standarda u njihovim zemljama i mi smo ih prikazali prateći tri međusobno povezane teme: 1) nepoverenje u obrazovnu administraciju; 2) shvatanje obrazovanja kao javnog dobra i 3) standardi kao način prevazilaženja određenih nedostataka u profesionalnom identitetu.

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