Doktorarbeit: Wertschätzung in deutschen und finnischen Schulen

Wertschätzung in deutschen und finnischen Schulen

Eine rekonstruktive Untersuchung der Schüler- und Lehrerorientierungen

EUB. Erziehung – Unterricht – Bildung, Band 190

Hamburg 2019, 428 Seiten
ISBN 978-3-339-11072-5 (Print), ISBN 978-3-339-11073-2 (eBook)

Anerkennung, Bildungsgerechtigkeit, Bohnsack, Deutschland, Didaktik, Dokumentarische Methode, Finnische Schulen, Finnland, Gerechtigkeit, Gruppendiskussionen, Honneth, Internationaler Schulvergleich, Kulturvergleich, Lehrerorientierungen, Leistungsbewertung, Schüler-Lehrer-Verhältnis, Schülerorientierungen, Schularten in Deutschland, Schule, Schulpädagogik, Wertschätzung

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Several years of collaboration with German colleagues, teachers and teacher trainers gave the author the initial impetus for this study. The idea was to get to the core of school life by comparing Finnish and German school systems, which are almost opposite to each other.

The study examines the manifestations of the concept of appreciation (Wertschätzung) and Axel Honneth’s theory of recognition (Anerkennungstheorie) in pupils’ everyday life: between the teacher and the pupil, in school evaluation, and in the opportunities provided by the school system. The subjects of comparison are the experiences and perceptions of German (Baden-Württemberg) and Finnish students and teachers. The crux of the study is how different levels of emotional, cognitive and social recognition are realized in school and when they are not realized.

The empirical research material of the thesis was compiled by interviewing approximately 200 students in Germany with the help of group discussions (Gruppendiskussion), and approximately 100 students in Finland. Group discussions were analyzed according to Professor Ralf Bohnsack’s (2013) documentary method (dokumentarische Methode), which also includes the comparative analysis enabling the comparison.

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