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2022, vol. 12, br. 1, str. 238-252
Metaphoric perceptions of special education pre-service teachers regarding assistive technology
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aGazi University, Department of Special Education, Ankara, Turkey
bAksaray University, Department of Special Education, Aksaray, Turkey

e-adresacemaslan@gazi.edu.tr, gulistanyalcin@aksaray.edu.tr
Ključne reči: Metaphor; perception; assistive technology; special education preservice teachers
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This study aims to determine the metaphoric perceptions of special education pre-service teachers regarding the concept of assistive technology. The phenomenology pattern, one of the qualitative research approaches, was employed in this study. In this study, 81 special education pre-service teachers participated. The study used a questionnaire consisting of two parts. In the first part, the teachers' demographic information and the second part, an open-ended questionnaire in which "Assistive technology is like/similar to...because..." prompt exists. For the analysis of the study data, content analysis was conducted. At the end of the research, it was determined that special education pre-service teachers created 76 different metaphors for the concept of assistive technology. In general, metaphors such as "friend", "organ", "guide," and "light" came to the fore. In addition, the metaphors created by the pre-service teachers were grouped under seven different themes: "providing/being support", "guidance", "integration", "facilitating life", "independence", "acceleration," and "individualization.".
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DOI: 10.5937/IstrPed2201238A
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