Vliv školy na využívání soukromého doučování

Roč.24,č.1(2019)
Studia paedagogica

Abstrakt
Cílem studie je identifikovat faktory spojené se školou (a aktivitami jejích pracovníků), u nichž byla dosavadním empirickým výzkumem prokázána souvislost s vytvářením či snižováním poptávky žáků po soukromém doučování, a popsat mechanismy jejich působení. Analýzou dostupných empirických dokladů byly identifikovány následující proměnné: z působy jednání učitelů (zejména doporučování žákům využít soukromé doučování), kvalita školy/výuky, realizované kurikulum, velikost tříd, dostupnost bez platného doučování, partnerství školy a poskytovatelů soukromého doučování, diferenciace a socioekonomické složení žáků, další kontextuální charakteristiky školy. Výstupem studie je schematický diagram, který systematizuje identifikované faktory v dimenzích míry jejich ovlivnitelnosti školou (resp. učiteli) a (ne)přímostí vlivu na rozhodnutí využít soukromé doučování.

Klíčová slova:
soukromé doučování; stínové vzdělávání; škola; učitelé; doučující

Stránky:
51–78
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