A case study: assessment of preservice secondary mathematics teachers’ metacognitive behaviour in the problem-solving process

Demircioğlu, Handan
Argün, Ziya
Bulut, Safure


A case study: students'attitudes towards computer assisted learning, computer assisted language learning and foreign language learning
Tunçok, Bezen; Daloğlu, Ayşegül; Department of English Language Teaching (2010)
Being one of the most epoch making invention of the 21st century, computers have fundamentally altered every aspect of people’s lives, including the education domain. Thus, for decades, computer-assisted language learning has received considerable amount of attention among researchers and language teachers by serving interactive, multi-sensory, and autonomous learning opportunities. In this respect, innumerable large or small-scale projects blazed a trail for other teachers to follow. The present study, the...
A Case study: exploring the experiences of educational stakeholders in relation to refugee education at a public school in Mamak
Erçakır Kozan, Begüm; Gökalp, Gökçe; Department of Educational Sciences (2019)
The aim of this study is to investigate the experiences of educational stakeholders in relation to the refugee education process in a public school in Mamak district in Ankara that serves refugee students as well as special need students. A qualitative case study was conducted. Data were gathered through semi-structured interviews with five administrators, ten teachers and five refugee and five local parents. Descriptive analysis was used for the analysis of the participants’ data and the thematic analysis ...
Sağır, Kıvanç; Gürsel, Bahar; Department of Latin and North American Studies (2022-7-09)
Costa Rica is proud of its pacifist and democratic tradition based on the idea of being a white nation. It is indeed one of the most developed countries in Latin America in terms of human development, human rights, access to health care services and technologies. It is also one of the few countries that do not possess a regular army since 1948. On the other hand, there is a great amount of migration flow especially from Nicaragua bordering the north of the country. There are many reasons for this flow of Ni...
A qualitative case study of ELT pre-service teachers: Gains of study abroad and perceptions of ICC
Temel, Büşra; Eröz , Betil; Department of English Language Teaching (2022-6)
This study investigated perceived gains of study abroad experiences and perceptions of ICC and interculturally competent speaker of pre-service English teachers with previous short-term Erasmus+ experiences. The cohort consisted of seven senior prospective teachers at METU who were in their last semester in the FLE program taking their practicum course. The researcher collected multiple forms of data via qualitative means: a background questionnaire, an online sharing platform (WhatsApp), two semi-structure...
A modeling study : the interrelationships among elementary students’ epistemological beliefs, learning enviroment perceptions, learning approaches and science achievement
Uysal, Emel; Eryılmaz, Ali; Department of Secondary Science and Mathematics Education (2010)
This study is aimed to explore the relationships among elementary students’ epistemological beliefs of science, perceptions of learning environments, learning approaches and science achievement. For this purpose, a model of the associations among these variables was proposed and tested by structural equation modeling. In this model, it was hypothesized that a) students’ perceptions of their learning environments would directly influence their epistemological beliefs of science and learning approaches, b) st...
Citation Formats
H. Demircioğlu, Z. Argün, and S. Bulut, “A case study: assessment of preservice secondary mathematics teachers’ metacognitive behaviour in the problem-solving process,” ZDM-MATHEMATICS EDUCATION, pp. 493–502, 2010, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/81677.