Investigating the Training Needs of EFL Instructors for ICT



The Impact of Online ICT on the Dimensions of Social Capital
Gürsoy, Serkan (Science And Technology Policies Research Center, Middle East Technical University (Ankara, Turkey), 2014)
This study aims to investigate the impact of information and communication technologies on social capital. It evaluates ICT in terms of “knowledge sharing.” Similarly, social capital is taken into consideration in terms of organizational context. Within such a framework, constructs affiliated with these two concepts have been investigated. This investigation shows that communication technologies and social media technologies do have similar as well as varied...
Examining the predictive roles of cyber victimization, gender, revenge, and empathy on cyber bullying perpetration
Çokluk, Gizem; Erdur Baker, Özgür; Department of Educational Sciences (2019)
This study investigates whether gender, cyberbullying victimization, revenge, emotional empathy and cognitive empathy are possible predictors of cyberbullying perpetration. Sample was selected among university students and 852 (460 female, 392 male) participants responded to the study survey. In this study, the survey included a Demographic Information Form, Basic Empathy Scale (BES), The Vengeance Scale (VS), and The Revised Cyber Bullying Inventory for University Students. Research design of this study wa...
An adult learning model for the professional development of language instructors at a state university
Tanrıverdi Köksal, Fatma; Daloğlu, Ayşegül (2016-06-15)
Teaching is an occupation which requires lifelong learning (Kemp, Eaton, & Poole, 2008) in order to be able to keep up with the recent changes and help learners receive education appropriate to the context and time. In order to achieve this, teachers need to follow recent trends in educational approaches and implementations, share their ideas and experiences with their colleagues, and thus evaluate their own performance both as the teacher and the learner. For this reason, offering ongoing professional deve...
Investigating the Impact of Long-term Professional development through Teacher Evaluation
Oktay, Özlem; Eryılmaz, Ali (Nesibe Aydın Education Inst, 2020-9-8)
Educational reform efforts support professional development (PD) programs for teachers as a means to establishing possible outcomes that may affect changing teacher practices, student learning, and impact on economic and educational foundations. PD programs require evaluation in order to appraise their effectiveness, and seeking participant opinion following program implementation is one such valid method. The aim of the current study is to determine in-service physics teachers' evaluation about the impact ...
Investigating the selection process for initial English teacher education: Turkey
ERDOĞAN, PELİN; Savaş, Perihan (2022-02-01)
This explanatory case study analyses student selection to English teaching programs in Turkey and suggests a new procedure. Students, teacher educators, and teachers from a language teaching department at a state university made up the study participants. Data were gathered through surveys and interviews, which were analyzed by descriptive and inferential statistics and content analysis. The results presented the strengths and weaknesses of the selection system and suggestions and implications for improveme...
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S. Tekir, “Investigating the Training Needs of EFL Instructors for ICT,” presented at the VIII. Internetional Eurasian Educational Research Congress Online, Aksaray, Türkiye, 2021, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: