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Educational values and teacher’s identity from students, parents and teachers’ perspective

Marina Diković orcid id ; Sveučilište Jurja Dobrile u Puli, Fakultet za odgojne i obrazovne znanosti, Hrvatska
Marlena Plavšić orcid id ; Sveučilište Jurja Dobrile u Puli, Filozofski fakultet, Hrvatska

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In Croatia, as well as around the world, teachers would rarely describe their profession as respected in the society. Most authors agree that the strengthening of the teacher’s identity might help in elevating the perceived value and the overall status of education. The objectives of this study are: to identify ways in which education increases the quality of life, to explore perception of teaching profession status, to examine the perception of both the teaching profession and changes in the educational system and, finally, to determine the motivation for becoming a teacher. The sample comprises 74 primary and secondary school students, 73 parents, 38 students of teacher studies and 35 primary and secondary school teachers. Results were interpreted in the context of Korthagen’s model. Results show that teachers view teacher’s identity as connected to the core values, while parents and students describe the teacher’s identity through characteristics related to behaviour and competences. The task of the initial teacher education is to encourage students to reflect upon the values of the teaching profession. Such reflection helps in building the core values of the teacher’s identity and increases one’s appreciation of it.

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teaching profession, Korthagen’s model, teachers, teacher’s identity, parents, students

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