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Hanife Akar

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Preparing Pre-service English Language Teachers for Classroom Realities: Strengthening Their Competence in Instructional Materials
Tekir, Serpil; Akar, Hanife (Ani Publishing and Consulting Company, 2020-01-01)
Purpose: English as Foreign Language (EFL) teachers tend to demonstrate low literacy levels in instructional materials and feel unprepared to use materials effectively. To better prepare pre-service EFL teachers for real c...
Evaluation of the current school-parent association policy in two public primary schools Yürürlükteki okul-aile birliği politikasının iki devlet ilköğretim okulunda değerlendirilmesi
Çalık, Başak; Kılıç, Koray; Akar, Hanife (SynthesisHub Advance Scientific Research, 2019-01-01)
Impact of internal population movements on the schooling process in turkey: Supervisors’ views Impacto dos movimentos migratórios no processo de escolarização na Turquia: Pareceres dos supervisores Impacto de los movimientos de población internos en la escolarización proceso en Turquía: Las opiniones de los supervisores
Akar, Hanife; Şen, Derya (2017-02-20)
This study attempted to examine the impact of interregional and urban–rural population movements on schools located in areas subjected to high in-migration and outmigration flows in Turkey based on data collected from prim...
Investigating academic performance of migrant students: A system dynamics perspective with an application to Turkey
Pedamallu, Chandra Sekhar; Ozdamar, Linet; Akar, Hanife; Weber, Gerhard-Wilhelm; Ozsoy, Aysegul (2012-10-01)
The system dynamics approach is a holistic way of solving problems in real-time scenarios. This is a powerful methodology of modern Operational Research for framing, analyzing, and discussing complex issues and problems. S...
A Study on Primary Classroom and Social Studies Teachers' Perceptions of Moral Education and Their Development and Learning
Temli, Yeliz; Sen, Derya; Akar, Hanife (2011-09-01)
The purpose of this study was to examine teachers' perceptions of moral education, to what extend teacher education, both pre-service and in-service, prepared teachers to deal with morality and moral education in their pro...
The Influence of the Physical Environment on Early Childhood Education Classroom Management
Sahin, Ikbal Tuba; Erden, Feyza; Akar, Hanife (2011-06-01)
Problem Statement: The physical environment of the classroom has an impact on various components of the teaching and learning processes. Recently, there has been research into the relationship between classroom management ...
Comparing teachers' views on morality and moral education, a comparative study in Turkey and the United States
LePage, Pamela; Akar, Hanife; Temli, Yeliz; Sen, Derya; Hasser, Neil; Ivins, Ilene (Elsevier BV, 2011-02-01)
In this study, the researchers examined how K-8 teachers approach morality, moral education, and the moral development of children in Turkey and in the United States. Both countries have diverse cultures and long histories...
Challenges for schools in communities with internal migration flows: evidence from Turkey
Akar, Hanife (Elsevier BV, 2010-05-01)
Turkey is a country that has experienced and continues to experience a dramatic degree of both rural-to-urban and inter-regional internal migration. Migrants tend to settle in gecekondu areas in either established inner-ci...
Effect of Constructivist Learning on Student Achievement in Pre-service Teacher Education
Akar, Hanife; Yıldırım, Ali (2010-01-01)
The purpose of this study was to understand the impact of the social constructivist environment on student achievement in teacher education. An experimental design where the experimental group (n = 66) was subjected to soc...
Foreign Language Teacher Education: The Polish Case
Akar, Hanife (2009-01-01)
Foreign Language Teacher Training Colleges (FLTTC) were established in Poland as an answer to the need for drastic changes in education in 1992. By the year 2001, FLTTC had managed to graduate the number of teachers the ma...