Assessing pre service chemistry teachers perceptions of mentors pedagogical content knowledge through school experience course

Kutucu, Elif Selcan
Ekiz, Betül
Boz, Yezdan


Evaluating expert advice in forecasting: Users' reactions to presumed vs. experienced credibility
ÖNKAL, DİLEK; Gönül, Mustafa Sinan; Goodwin, Paul; Thomson, Mary; Oz, Esra (2017-01-01)
In expert knowledge elicitation (EKE) for forecasting, the perceived credibility of an expert is likely to affect the weighting attached to their advice. Four experiments have investigated the extent to which the implicit weighting depends on the advisor's experienced (reflecting the accuracy of their past forecasts), or presumed (based on their status) credibility. Compared to a control group, advice from a source with a high experienced credibility received a greater weighting, but having a low level of e...
Evaluation of classroom management course curriculum in teacher education through Stake’s countenance model
Ural, Fadime; Özcan, Burcu; Ok, Ahmet (2022-12-01)
Assessing Faculty’s Use of Social Network Tools in Libyan Higher Education via a Technology Acceptance Model
Aburagaga, İsmail; Agoyi , Mary; Elgedawy, İslam (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2020)
Recently, many educational institutes are expanding their education delivery methodologies to incorporate online, remote, and flexible learning, which is a strategic response to facilitate and fulfil the increasing demand for access to higher education. Unfortunately, online education requires substantial investments in different online education platforms, technologies, and infrastructure, creating obstacles for realising the online education strategy for many developing countries. In this paper, we ar...
Evaluation of Classroom Teachers’ self-confidence in teaching games and physical activity course
Ulu, Nilgün; Yazıcı, Tuba; Hürmeriç Altunsöz, Irmak (2018-04-26)
Investigating Pre-Service English Teachers Stages of Concern toward Using Wiki
Kayaduman, Halil ; Delialioğlu, Ömer (2016-01-01)
Concern Based Adaption Model (CBAM) was used as the theoretical framework for examining the Stages of Concerns of English Language pre-service teachers regarding the use of a Wiki for English as Foreign Language (EFL) classes. Stages of concern are used as a measure for adaptation of new technologies to instruction. Learning by Design (LBD) instructional method was implemented for three weeks in the context of an undergraduate course, “Approaches to English Language Teaching”, in the department of Foreign ...
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E. S. Kutucu, B. Ekiz, and Y. Boz, “Assessing pre service chemistry teachers perceptions of mentors pedagogical content knowledge through school experience course,” 2015, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: