Preservice Science Teachers Beliefs about Application of ScienceProcess Skills A Case Study

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Preservice Biology Teachers Perceived Efficacy Beliefs in Teaching Biology
Savran Gencer, Ayşe; Çakıroğlu, Jale (2001-01-01)
Self-efficacy beliefs have received increasing attention in educational studies. According to Bandura's Social Cognitive Theory, self-efficacy was measuredas two distinct constructs, personal self-efficacy and outcome expectancy. Self-efficacy can be defined as the teachers' belief in hislher ability to perform teaching; and outcome expectancy reflects a teacher's belief that student achievement can be influenced by effective teaching. The purpose of this study is to assess preservice biology teachers' self...
Preservice science teacher's efficacy beliefs regarding science teaching and their classroom management beliefs
Savran, Ayşe; Çakıroğlu, Jale Us; Department of Secondary Science and Mathematics Education (2002)
This study intended to explore preservice science teachers' science teaching efficacy beliefs and their classroom management beliefs. In addition, preservice science teachers' efficacy and classroom management beliefs were compared regarding gender, and grade level. Also, the intenelationships among their efficacy beliefs, classroom management beliefs, the number of university pedagogical courses completed and university cumulative point grade average (CGPA) were investigated. The present study was conducte...
Preservice Science Teachers' Informal Reasoning about Socioscientific Issues: The influence of issue context
TOPÇU, MUSTAFA SAMİ; Sadler, Troy D.; Yılmaz Tüzün, Özgül (2010-01-01)
The purpose of the current study is to explicitly test the extent to which issue contexts affect the informal reasoning processes engaged in by individuals. In order to address the research question framing this study, we engaged 39 Turkish preservice science teachers (PSTs) in interviews designed to elicit argumentation related to multiple socioscientific scenarios. Three scenarios related to gene therapy, another three related to human cloning, and the final scenario related to global warming. The data we...
Preservice elementary teachers beliefs about science teaching
Yılmaz Tüzün, Özgül (2008-01-01)
In this study, a Beliefs About Teaching (BAT) scale was created to examine preservice elementary science teachers’ self-reported comfort level with both traditional and reform-based teaching methods, assessment techniques, classroom management techniques, and science content. Participants included 166 preservice teachers from three different US universities. Analyses revealed significant correlations among participants’ confidence level with assessment techniques, classroom management, teaching methods, and...
Preservice science teachers informal reasoning regarding socioscientific issues and the factors influencing their informal reasoning
Topçu, Mustafa Sami; Yılmaz Tüzün, Özgül; Sadler, Troy (null; 2009-04-21)
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