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Articles from Vol. 15, No. 2, April

A Comparison of Least-to-Most Prompting and Video Modeling for Teaching Pretend Play Skills to Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder
One of the fundamental problems of individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is the failure in social interaction and communication skills. These failures constitute a significant part of the criterion included in guidelines published by the American...
A Learning Environment for English Vocabulary Using Quick Response Codes *
In the present day, English is one of the most important languages spoken, often finding itself as the second language in many countries whose native language is not English. In English language education, a variety of methods, techniques, and technologies...
A New Knowledge Society Index: Global Tendencies and an Analysis of Turkey
(ProQuest: ... denotes formulae omitted.)The notion of a knowledge society derives from the Latin word "informato" and is used in the meaning of "formation," "shaping," and "announcing." In general, knowledge is defined as an "intellectual product" or...
Beliefs of Counselor Trainees about Forgiveness *
Forgiveness is a concept that has been studied in different cultures and religions for thousands of years (Denton & Martin, 1998) through religious and philosophical studies. Until the 1980's the concept was ignored in psychological studies, but...
Effectiveness of Teaching Naming Facial Expression to Children with Autism Via Video Modeling
According to the American Psychiatric Association and Kanner, social inadequacies are one of the most distinctive features in diagnosing autism (Hall, 2000; Webber & Scheuermann, 2008). According to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental...
Effect of Female Education and Labor Force Ratio on Economic Development
(ProQuest: ... denotes formulae omitted.)One of the most significant problems in developing countries is the level of education. Rapid population growth in such countries has declined the schooling rate and quality of education, besides leading to shortages...
Effects of Female Education on Economic Growth: A Cross Country Empirical Study
(ProQuest: ... denotes formulae omitted.)More than half of the world's population lives in the Asia Pacific region. Many of them face extreme poverty, as close to half of them earn less than a dollar per day. This region has a high primary school enrollment...
Efficacy of the Cooperative Learning Method on Mathematics Achievement and Attitude: A Meta-Analysis Research *
In contemporary society, cooperation between groups and within groups has become important in line with scientific and technological developments. It is impossible to run a school or a company without collaboration (Simsek, 2005). People and societies...
In Public Education Expenditures We Trust: Does Trust Increase Support for Public Education Expenditures?
In his classic book, Putnam (1993) emphasizes the importance of social capital to institutions and economic development. Trust, defined as the propensity of a population to believe in the trustworthiness of other people whom they do not know personally,...
Investigating the Achievement Goals of University Students in Terms of Psycho-Social Variables *
Just like intellectual factors, non-intellectual factors also play an important role in the academic achievement level of individuals. In particular, one can notice that researchers in recent years have sought to prove the impact of non-intellectual...
Investigation of the Relations between Religious Activities and Subjective Well-Being of High School Students
In the modern field of psychology, pathology-based approaches and positive approaches, suggest that cultural factors be taken into account in explaining human behavior (Kaslow, 1996). In consideration of particularly positive psychology, the importance...
Monitoring of Educational Performance Indicators in Higher Education: A Comparison of Perceptions
Monitoring of educational performance indicators for educators (EPIE) has gained importance for those interested in designing education processes appropriately, improving education, and forming these processes creatively and innovatively. It is not possible...
Personality and Social Problem-Solving: The Mediating Role of Self-Esteem *
The capacity to solve problems successfully in the real world is a crucial life skill. Social problem-solving is the self-directed cognitive-behavioural process by which a person determines ways of dealing with problematic situations in everyday life...
Public and Private School Distinction, Regional Development Differences, and Other Factors Influencing the Success of Primary School Students in Turkey
Education accelerates a country's economic development by ensuring personal growth and social progress. Assuring the spread of community-specific values among generations, education is one of most basic elements of human capital. A country's investments...
Relation between Video Game Addiction and Interfamily Relationships on Primary School Students
In the related literature, the situation which related to problematic playing computer games is described by different concepts. These concepts are game addiction, video addiction, internet addiction, pathological use of computer. In addition to this...
Sector-Based Analysis of the Education-Occupation Mismatch in the Turkish Labor Market
In economics, there is a consensus that education is an essential ingredient of economic growth and personal welfare. The growth literature (i.e., Barro, 1989, 1999; Lucas, 1988; Mankiw, Romer, & Weil, 1992) theoretically and empirically shows that...
Simulations of Technology-Induced and Crisis-Led Stochastic and Chaotic Fluctuations in Higher Education Processes: A Model and a Case Study for Performance and Expected Employment
(ProQuest: ... denotes formulae omitted.)Education has a number of complexity-generating, interrelated features that present considerable challenges to the orthodox economic theory. First, it creates, for individuals in particular and society in general,...
The Effect of Job Resources on Work Engagement: A Study on Academicians in Turkey
Nowadays, it is scarcely possible to say that studies on positive psychology, which focuses positive and strong aspects of employees' feelings and features, have caught up with the literature on employees' negative situations. Martin Seligman, who was...
The Impact of Education Level and Gender on Job Search Duration in Turkey
There are two fundamental components that determine the reservation wage and the optimum point to conduct a job search: The education level of the job seeker (i.e., the main element of the reservation wage determination) and the market's current unemployment...
The Impact of Household Heads' Education Levels on the Poverty Risk: The Evidence from Turkey
(ProQuest: ... denotes formulae omitted.)The globalization period observed after the1980s has caused the countries to attach more importance to the link between poverty and education. When the literature is examined, it is seen that education has a dramatic...
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