The Contribution of self-control, emotion regulation, rumination, and gender to test anxiety of university students

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2012
Ayvaz Düzyol, Müberra
This study aimed at investigating the effectiveness of induction program applied to candidate teachers. The effectiveness of the program was evaluated by focusing on the perceptions of the stakeholders of the induction program; the managers, the implementers of the program; candidate teachers to whom the program implemented; and the mentor teachers, implementers of the practical training. To this end, the CIPP evaluation model was utilized. Through in-depth interviews, the data were collected from 14 candidate teachers, 4 program managers and 4 mentor teachers from 6 public schools. The challenges and/or problems in implementation of the Teacher Induction Program perceived by the stakeholders of the Teacher Induction Program were revealed as the discrepancy between the needs of the program participants and aims of the program; lack of effective methods, materials and equipment; unnecessary courses in the program; unreliable and invalid exams and inefficient program instructors.

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M. Ayvaz Düzyol, “The Contribution of self-control, emotion regulation, rumination, and gender to test anxiety of university students,” M.S. - Master of Science, Middle East Technical University, 2012.