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Articles from Vol. 15, No. 3, June

An Analysis of High School Students' Mental Models of Solid Friction in Physics
Physics courses include many abstract concepts, such as force and energy, and students' difficulties in fully grasping these concepts are frequently discussed in related literature. It is hard for students who have incorrect or missing information about...
A View of the Symbolic-Experiential Family Therapy of Carl Whitaker through Movie Analysis
The background of family therapy resembles an exciting novel. Several models of family therapy abundantly suggest creative ideas and new techniques. The leaders in creativity, such as Minuchin, Ackerman, Whitaker, Haley, and Satir are quite distinct...
Comparing the Effectiveness of SPSS and EduG Using Different Designs for Generalizability Theory
G theory has formed a comprehensive structure by employing variance analysis which provides a broad conceptual framework for social sciences such as psychology and education (Brennan, 2000, 2001a; Cronbach, Gleser, Nanda, & Rajaratnam, 1972; Shavelson...
Comparison of Simultaneous Prompting and Constant Time Delay Procedures in Teaching Children with Autism the Responses to Questions about Personal Information
Despite the fact that scientific studies on the autism spectrum disorder (ASD) have been conducted for half a century, there are still various topics that have not yet been explained. A huge variety of researchers from diverse fields such as medicine,...
Content Analysis of the Studies in Turkey on the Ability of Critical Thinking
Thinking is one of the concepts that has attracted the most interest since the beginning of man's existence. Therefore, it is very hard to identify the first studies on thinking. Aristotle, however, the great scientist from ancient Greek thought, said...
Effectiveness of Instruction Performed through Computer- Assisted Activity Schedules on On-Schedule and Role-Play Skills of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder
Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a neurobiological and complex developmental disability (Haney, 2013; Kircaali-Iftar, 2012). According to the DSM IV-TR guidelines published by the American Psychiatric Association (APA) (2000), which were widely used...
Effects of Classroom Management Intervention Based on Teacher Training and Performance Feedback on Outcomes of Teacher-Student Dyads in Inclusive Classrooms *
Education in general is the process of changing the behaviors of individuals in a desired direction (Demirel, 2007; Ertürk, 1994). There is a direct relationship between the quality of education and the quality of the teacher; effective teachers who...
Examination of the Psychometric Properties of the Children's Loneliness Scale for Students with and without Special Needs in Inclusive Classrooms *
Loneliness is a rather common experience encountered in various periods of life by children as well as adolescents and adults. Loneliness is defined as an unpleasant experience that is felt when there is a qualitative or quantitative discrepancy between...
Implementation of a Performance Task for Developing the Value of Love of Nature
Developments in industry and technology have resulted in negative changes in nature, the environment, and the ecological structure. Reasons for these adverse effects are the contamination and destruction of nature and insensible misuse of natural resources....
Investigation into How 8th Grade Students Define Fractals
Recently, fractals began to emerge in mathematics and mathematics education. Studies of the learning and teaching of fractals (e.g., Fraboni & Moller, 2008; Goldenberg, 1991; Kern & Mauk, 1990; Naylor, 1999) often included activities that can...
Modeling Processes of 4th-Year Middle-School Students and the Difficulties Encountered *
In recent years, one of the basic concerns that have led mathematics teachers to work on approaches to models and modeling has been the inadequacy of traditional problem-solving activities in teaching students how to develop their problem-solving skills...
Overview of the Dissertation Process within the Framework of Flow Theory: A Qualitative Study
Time is a silent saw.Emmanuel KantThe purpose of doctoral training, located at the center of academic practices, is to allow students to conduct independent studies, to interpret scientific phenomena from a wide and deep perspective and to gain the ability...
Personality Traits and Positive/Negative Affects: An Analysis of Meaning in Life among Adults
Meaning in life is an evolving concept rooted in existential psychology and addressed frequently in studies related to modern positive psychology. Positive psychology considers meaning in life as an element of satisfaction and happiness (Park, Peterson,...
Structural Equation Modeling towards Online Learning Readiness, Academic Motivations, and Perceived Learning
The internet is one of the most important technologies effectively used in almost every area of human life today, primarily in education . The internet is used for distance education applications as a complete learning setting as well as for supporting...
The Effect of Organizational Trust on the Culture of Teacher Leadership in Primary Schools
Today, schools struggle with the growing problems of school safety and absenteeism while striving to raise the level of academic achievement. In order to cope with these problems, school administrators and teachers are required to work in collaboration...
The Influence of Documentary Films on 8th Grade Students' Views about Nature of Science *
Cultivating engaged and scientifically literate citizens is defined as one of the main objectives of several science curricula and policy documents; namely, the American Association for the Advancement of Science [AAAS], 1990; the National Research Council...
The Moderating Role of Positive and Negative Affect on the Relationship between Perceived Social Support and Stress in College Students
Stress, a force that many people face and try to cope with in the normal flow of life, is also an inevitable and natural part of the daily life of university students who face the peculiar difficulties of college life. College years are a time when students...
The Relationship between Spiritual Leadership and Organizational Citizenship Behaviors: A Research on School Principals' Behaviors *
Leadership and SpiritualityLeadership has been defined and explained differently throughout the ages in various ways. Particularly in this uncertain and rapidly evolving socio-economic world, an understanding of leadership is not only shaped by certain...
The Relationship between Teachers' Motivational Support and Engagement versus Disaffection
Instead of minimizing the in-class role of the teacher, student centered approaches to the learning-teaching process and increasing technological support have drawn attention to the importance of teacher's professional roles. Teachers who design and...
Views of Teachers, Parents, and Counselors toward the Preschool Version of First Step to Success Early Intervention Program (FSS-PSV) in Preventing Antisocial Behaviors *
Along with rapid growth and development in early childhood, some negative behaviors, including crying easily, shouting, raging and demonstrating unexpected reactions, might temporarily appear (Özbey & Alisinanoglu, 2009; Wakschlag et al., 2007)....
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