The challenging journey: needs and expectations of graduates of CI graduate degree program

Ok, Ahmet
Erdoğan, Mehmet
Eret, Esra


The habitus of sustainability: daily life consumption practices among green consumers in Turkey
Bozdoğan, Melike; Rittersberger Tılıç, Helga İda; Department of Sociology (2018)
This thesis examines the influence of habitus of sustainability on consumption patterns and ecologically sustainable transitions of lifestyles of green consumers living in an urban environment in Turkey. This study uses the conceptual framework of the theories of practice by referring to Bourdieús notions of field, habitus, and capital and to Giddenś notion of discursive consciousness. In addition, daily routines and habits are analyzed as part of sustainable consumer behavior through the relationship est...
The Unknown territory of STEM: the perceptions of high school administrators
Kulakoğlu, Büşra; Kondakçı, Yaşar; Department of Educational Sciences (2019)
Science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education is an educational approach gained importance in the last decade and became a trendy topic among the educators, policy makers and academicians beginning in the United States of America and spread all over the world. The aim of this study is to investigate the perception of school principals about STEM education who are working in the prominent high schools in the Ankara province in Turkey. The sample is selected from three different school typ...
The mentoring relationship: A comparison of counseling students in the United States of America and Turkey.
Büyükgöze Kavas, Ayşenur; Taylor, John; Neımeyer, John; Güneri, Oya (2011-09-01)
The increasing internationalization of counselling psychology invites considerations regarding the different ways in which the specialty might be translated into varying cultural contexts. The present study examined the perceived differences in graduate student mentoring in samples of United States of America (n = 92) and Turkish (n = 102) students. In general, US students experienced higher levels of socioemotional support within their mentoring relationships and higher levels of satisfaction. No differenc...
The Digital Transformation of Foreign Language Education: What does the future hold for us?
Gürbüz, Nurdan (2018-10-24)
We have gone through significant changes in every area of our lives in the last decades due to the social, economic and technological advances in the world. This reality is transforming the way we work, the way we live and the way we learn. As the educational and learning needs change at all levels in this transformation process, the educational expectations are increasing and changing, making it necessary for the individuals to gain the 21st century skills. In this connection, this paper will discus...
The online survey: An efficient and effective means of engineering graduate student assessment
Padhye, Lokesh; Goktas, Recep; Kurt, Zöhre (null; 2009-09-01)
A survey is a potent tool for assessing student needs and concerns to improve an engineering graduate program as demonstrated by recent, documented survey studies conducted in an environmental engineering graduate program. We extended the work done in prior studies employing paper surveys by conducting an online student assessment for the first time in the program history. With regard to survey design and analysis methods, we mostly adopted the methods established in the prior studies. The online format was...
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A. Ok, M. Erdoğan, and E. Eret, “The challenging journey: needs and expectations of graduates of CI graduate degree program,” presented at the The European Conference on Educational Research (ECER) (2009), Viyana, Avusturya, 2009, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: