Turkish perceptions of "the west" key to exercises



Turkish prospective chemistry teachers' beliefs about chemistry teaching
Boz, Yezdan; Kondakçı, Esen (Informa UK Limited, 2006-11-17)
In order to study the beliefs of Turkish prospective chemistry teachers about teaching chemistry, semi-structured interviews were conducted with 12 prospective teachers. Analysis of the interviews revealed that most of the prospective teachers held intermediate (transition between constructivist and traditional) beliefs about chemistry teaching. Most of the student teachers exhibited inconsistencies in their beliefs about teaching chemistry. The findings indicate the complexity of the teachers' belief syste...
Turkish Political Elite Perceptions on Security
Şenyuva, Özgehan (Lexington Books, 2013-01-01)
Turkish student teachers' concerns about teaching
Boz, Yezdan (Informa UK Limited, 2008-01-01)
The purpose of this study was to examine the teaching concerns of Turkish student teachers and how these concerns differ among year groups within the teacher education programme. Data were collected from 339 student teachers using the Teacher Concerns Checklist. Analysis of the data, including both descriptive statistics and multivariate analysis of variance (MANOVA), showed that student teachers held more task-related concerns, but had the fewest self-survival concerns. In addition, fifth-year prospective ...
Turkish adaptation of the objectified body consciousness scale and the self-objectification questionnaire
Yilmaz, Tugba; Bozo Özen, Özlem (2019-09-01)
Objective: The scope of this study was to adapt two important measurement tools from the body image literature: the Objectified Body Consciousness Scale (OBCS) and the Self-Objectification Questionnaire (SOQ). These instruments are important in the assessment of eating and feeding disorders. The objectified body consciousness scale has three subscales: body surveillance, body shame, and control beliefs. Although the two scales had been translated to Turkish before, the psychometric properties had not been s...
Turkish prospective teachers' perceptions regarding the use of computer games with educational features
Can, Gülfidan; Çağıltay, Kürşat (2006-01-01)
Teachers' perceptions are critical to the success or failure of integrating computer games with educational features into classrooms. Consequently, it is essential to gather information about concerns they might have in regard to using these games in the classroom. This study was conducted to investigate the perceptions and future plans of a group of prospective computer teachers in Turkey. One-hundred sixteen students, from four different universities' Computer Education and Instructional Technology (CEIT)...
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K. Ertuğrul, Turkish perceptions of “the west” key to exercises. 2012.