Student Centered Coaching: A Promising Model of Instructional Mentoring,



Student discipline problems and classroom management strategies.
Olgan, Refika (2007-02-14)
Student engagement in foreign language education: a multi-method investigation of personal and social facilitators in a higher education context
Vardal Ocaklı, Şermin; Ok, Ahmet; Department of Educational Sciences (2019)
Inspired by the theoretical predictions of Skinner and Pitzer (2012), this study aimed to investigate personal and social facilitators of student engagement in foreign language education by adopting a multi-method concurrent research design. Under the title of personal facilitators, how well students’ sense of belongingness, self-efficacy, language learning strategy use, and language learning autonomy would predict their English language performance was questioned. In this part, the correlational method was...
Student Course Evaluation in Higher Education: A Qualitative Inquiry into Faculty Perceptions
Çapa Aydın, Yeşim; Gülmez, Gülçin (2017-08-22)
Achieving excellence in teaching is tightly germane to high quality in higher education. In order to safeguard the quality of teaching activities at higher education institutions, particularly universities, a wide range of methods have so far been used. In the literature, student course evaluation appears as one of the most frequently consulted way of assessing the quality and effectiveness of teaching activities engaged by the university professors. This endeavor is enhanced through the administration of c...
Student evaluation of instruction: comparison between in-class and online methods
Çapa Aydın, Yeşim (Informa UK Limited, 2014-12-4)
This study compares student evaluations of instruction that were collected in-class with those gathered through an online survey. The two modes of administration were compared with respect to response rate, psychometric characteristics and mean ratings through different statistical analyses. Findings indicated that in-class evaluations produced a significantly higher response rate than online evaluation. In addition, Rasch analysis showed that mean ratings obtained in in-class evaluation were significantly ...
Student perceptions on a web-enhanced introductory chemistry course: A case study.
Yıldırım, Hamide; Yıldırım, Soner; Kiraz, Ercan; Department of Computer Education and Instructional Technology (2002)
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