Rozwijanie kompetencji interkulturowej nauczycieli języka angielskiego w kontekście autonomicznym z perspektywy teorii systemów złożonych – refleksje ze szkoły letniej

Ariadna Strugielska, Katarzyna Piątkowska

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.12775/RA.2018.05

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Pomimo iż badania nad kompetencją interkulturową nauczycieli języków obcych podejmowane są przez ostanie 20 lat, jedną z najmniej omawianych kwestii jest zarówno rozwijanie tej kompetencji w środowisku autonomicznym, jak i osadzanie jej w perspektywie ujednoliconego podejścia. Artykuł wskazuje na kontrybucję, jaką teoria systemów złożonych może wnieść do badań nad rozwijaniem kompetencji interkulturowej nauczycieli języka angielskiego w środowisku autonomicznym. Podstawą do rozważań są wyniki badania, które pokazuje jak różne typy autonomii oddziałują dynamicznie z kompetencją interkulturową uczestników badania, co prowadzi do nieprzewidywalnych efektów. Stąd też w artykule postulowana jest potrzeba interpretacji wzajemnego oddziaływania pomiędzy środowiskiem autonomicznym a kompetencją interkulturową z perspektywy teorii systemów złożonych.


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kompetencja interkulturowa; kształcenie nauczycieli; autonomia; teoria systemów złożonych

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