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The Practice and Assessment to Use a Dialogue System to Bring Relief for Beginning Teachers in Higher Education

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  • 大学初任者教員が悩みについて対話するオンライン環境を用いた実践と評価
  • 教育実践研究論文 大学初任者教員が悩みについて対話するオンライン環境を用いた実践と評価
  • キョウイク ジッセン ケンキュウ ロンブン ダイガク ショニンシャ キョウイン ガ ナヤミ ニ ツイテ タイワ スル オンライン カンキョウ オ モチイタ ジッセン ト ヒョウカ

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This research aims to propose the framework to support beginning teachers in higher education to deal with their problems at their workplace. We developed the online environment "Aloha!", utilizing the dialogue rule proposed by Kato (2009) referred to narrative-approach. "Aloha!" enables to have a dialogue and discuss their problems using video conferencing on the web. From the practice participated 8 beginning teachers using "Aloha!", it revealed that this practice contributed to solve their problems and change their perspectives on their problems. It suggested that the functions of "Aloha!" encouraged their dialogue, and the equal footing of beginning teachers influenced the senses of their security to talk with their own problems.


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