A case study on the best educator outstanding service awardees in Turkish university What makes them best



A descriptive study on learninig styles preferences of the engineering students at METU
Arslan, Berna; Aksu, Meral; Department of Educational Sciences (2003)
The purpose of the study is to find out preferred learning styles of the engineering students at METU. It is also aimed to search whether learning style preferences differ according to sex and department variables. Additionally the study tried to find out if engineering students' CGPA (Cumulative Grade Point Average) differ according to their learning style preferences. The instrument, Index of Learning Style (ILS), which was developed especially for engineering students, was administrated to 400 engineerin...
A case study on professional identity development during practice teaching main content
Taşdemir, Hanife; Seferoğlu, Gölge (2017-08-25)
A cross-cultural study on dissertation acknowledgments written in english by native speakers of Turkish and American English
Karakaş, Özlem; Hatipoğlu, Çiler; Department of English Language Teaching (2010)
The aim of this thesis is to compare and contrast the ways in which native speakers of Turkish (NST) and native speakers of American English (NSAE) write the acknowledgment sections of their MA and PhD dissertations. The analysis in the study focuses on the pragmatic and discourse strategies used by the authors in the texts written in English. First, the study uncovers the organization of the dissertation acknowledgments and the thanking strategies employed in the acknowledgment sections written in English ...
A study on the most commonly used web 2.0 tools among turkish high school teachers of english
Kayar, Sümeyra; Seferoğlu, Gölge.; Department of English Literature (2019)
This survey study reports the results of a survey which was conducted with high school Turkish EFL teachers in Turkey to find out the most commonly used Web 2.0 tools in English language teaching in high schools in Turkey and the advantages and disadvantages of using them. 100 Turkish high school teachers of English completed the survey. The survey comprised three questions. The first question allowed the participants to check off all the tools that they used in their English classes from a previously liste...
A comparative case study on the manifestation of the five disciplines of a learning organization in the english language preparatory programs of two higher education institutions
Erişken Sertdemir, Yelda; Şimşek, Hasan; Department of Educational Sciences (2007)
This comparative case study aimed to explore the elements that align with Senge’s framework of the Learning Organization, comprised of the disciplines of Personal Mastery, Shared Vision, Mental Models, Team Learning, and Systems Thinking, in the English Language Preparatory Programs of two selected higher education institutions to determine what characteristics of a learning organization they possess. In this study, qualitative case study method was employed. The study was conducted in two organizations, on...
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S. Emil, “A case study on the best educator outstanding service awardees in Turkish university What makes them best,” 2015, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/75158.