The views and experiences of 4th year English language teacher candidates in relation to remote education during the covid-19 pandemic

Eret, Esra
Tetik, Sena
Cehri, Aysu
Koç, Sevde
7th International Eurasian Educational Research Congress Online


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E. Eret, S. Tetik, A. Cehri, and S. Koç, “The views and experiences of 4th year English language teacher candidates in relation to remote education during the covid-19 pandemic,” presented at the 7th International Eurasian Educational Research Congress Online, Eskişehir, Türkiye, 2020, Accessed: 00, 2022. [Online]. Available: