Exploring prospective early childhood teachers innovativeness to facilitate the change in education system.

Yılmaz, Nursel
Olgan, Refika


Exploring technology integration approaches and practices of preservice and in-service english language teachers
Akcaoğlu, Mete; Eröz Tuğa, Betil; Department of English Literature (2008)
In this study, three aspects of technology integration in English Language Teaching within the context of private universities in Ankara, Turkey were investigated. Firstly, preservice and in-service teachers’ computer usage frequencies/types, computer competence levels, perceived barriers to technology integration and attitudes toward computers were explored. Then, factors (age, gender, work experience, institutional factors being preservice or in-service) that might potentially affect the findings of the f...
Exploring prospective secondary mathematics teachers' interpretation of student thinking through analysing students' work in modelling
Kabar, Makbule Gözde Didiş; Erbaş, Ayhan Kürşat; Çetinkaya, Bülent; Çakıroğlu, Erdinç; Alacacı, Cengiz (Springer Science and Business Media LLC, 2016-09-01)
Researchers point out the importance of teachers' knowledge of student thinking and the role of examining student work in various contexts to develop a knowledge base regarding students' ways of thinking. This study investigated prospective secondary mathematics teachers' interpretations of students' thinking as manifested in students' work that embodied solutions of mathematical modelling tasks. The data were collected from 25 prospective mathematics teachers enrolled in an undergraduate course through fou...
Exploring preservice science teachers’ adaptive expertise and reformed beliefs about science teaching and learning
Kazakova, Alina; Öztürk, Gökhan; Department of Science Education (2021-8-09)
The main purposes of the study are to explore (1)the level of preservice science teachers’ adaptive expertise and reformed beliefs, (2) the differences between pre-service teachers’ adaptive expertise and reformed beliefs about science teaching and learning in terms of their academic majors, (3) the differences between levels of years regarding adaptive skills and reformed science beliefs, (4) the differences between male and female preservice teachers’ holding adaptive expertise and reformed science belief...
Exploring preservice science teachers’ energy conservation behavior through motivation, psychological needs and attitude: further supported with their awareness
Çakır Yıldırım, Birgül; Yılmaz Tüzün, Özgül; Department of Elementary Education (2017)
The primary focus of this study was to examine the relationships among attitudes toward energy conservation, self-determined motivation and basic psychological needs of preservice science teachers. To this end a model showing the relationship among these variables was suggested. In order to better understand the observed relationships in the model, interviews with PSTs were conducted. For the purpose of the study mixed method was used. In quantitative part of the study, 1136 preservice science teachers, who...
Exploring and communicating user diversity to inform the design of products promoting sustainable behaviors
Coşkun, Aykut; Erbuğ, Çiğdem; Department of Industrial Design (2015)
Promoting sustainable behavior through design has become an important and a relevant research area for the design community. As very few designers really know and very few design schools teach how to do this, any research in this field would provide guidance. Aimed at such guidance, this thesis proposes a method for exploring and communicating the diversity in users’ orientations towards sustainable behaviors, an important but ignored topic for behavior change and sustainability. This method involves determ...
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N. Yılmaz and R. Olgan, “Exploring prospective early childhood teachers innovativeness to facilitate the change in education system.,” 2019, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/77113.