Kuram ve Uygulamada Egitim Bilimleri

Articles from Vol. 16, No. 2, April

A Comparison of the Results of Many-Facet Rasch Analyses Based on Crossed and Judge Pair Designs
The many-facet Rasch model (MFRM) is an extension of the item response theory, a one-parameter model. The one-parameter model, also known as the simple Rasch model, was created by George Rasch (1960). It includes two facets: ability level and item difficulty...
Assimilation as a Co-Articulation Producer in Words and Pronunciation Problems for Turkish English Teachers
Coarticulation incident in pronunciation and phonology is probably the most important and common feature of connected speech in all languages. In fact, it is ubiquitous in real speech and connected speech, creating dynamic transitions between or among...
Developing Students for University through an International High School Program in Turkey
Access to international education has gained importance worldwide. In a globalized world, traditional education methods are found to be increasingly insufficient for educating well-rounded individuals who can contribute to their community. To develop...
Effectiveness of the Preschool Version of the First Step to Success Early Intervention Program for Preventing Antisocial Behaviors
Problem behaviors are defined as negative/harming/aggressive behaviors that can be consistently demonstrated in various environments such as at school, home, or in the community (Walker, Colvin, & Ramsey, 1995). A wide range of problem behaviors...
Illustrated Storybooks for Preschool Children Published in Turkey between 1980-2013: A Study Based on Preschool Education Reforms
Reading is one of mankind's most important cognitive activities. Interest in reading starts in childhood and develops with encouragement from adults who are close to the child (Lin, 2012). In general, picture books contain artistic images and topics...
Investigating Test Equating Methods in Small Samples through Various Factors
(ProQuest: ... denotes formulae omitted)In education and psychology, tests and scales are widely used for monitoring the learning levels of examinees, placing them within upper-instructional levels, selecting staff members, conducting guidance, and performing...
Motivational Factors for School-Based Teacher Learning: Turkish Pre-Service Teachers' Experiences and Expectations
Teaching practice has long been central for teacher learning. Pre-service teachers learn best when they develop their capabilities as teachers by controlling and testing their own experiences. Currently, the most important context where learning occurs...
Pre-Service Teachers' Mind Maps and Opinions on STEM Education Implemented in an Environmental Literacy Course
As the world undergoes rapid industrialization and globalization, environmental pollution and other ecological problems are rapidly increasing. As a result, the importance of increasing individual levels of environmental literacy is emphasized by researchers...
School Administrators' Opinions on Frequently Changing Regulations Related to Appointments and Relocation: A New Model Proposal
Recruitment, selection, training and retention of school administrators have great importance for all education systems because effective educational leadership is vital to provide improvement in all educational activities and processes for schools that...
Serial Multiple Mediation of General Belongingness and Life Satisfaction in the Relationship between Attachment and Loneliness in Adolescents
Attachment is defined as the emotional bond a person builds with someone significant in their lives (Ainsworth, 1969, p. 2; Becker-Weidman & Shell, 2010, p. 1; Bridges, 2003, p. 177). During infancy and childhood, bonds are established with parents...
The Effect of Educational Leadership on Organizational Variables: A Meta-Analysis Study in the Sample of Turkey
Leadership, which is prominent in every occasion where the concept of organization is articulated and which is addressed in different dimensions by each organization, is a concept that is very important in the field of education, and it is becoming the...
The Landing of CMS Missionaries to an Ottoman Dominion: Missionary Education in Egypt (1825-1862)
No part of missionary effort appears to commend itself more universallyto approbation than the education of youth,And in no part of the world may more auspicious consequences be anticipated,from its due exercise, than in the Levant(From Mr. Hartley's...
Using Horn's Parallel Analysis Method in Exploratory Factor Analysis for Determining the Number of Factors
Psychological characteristics are of an abstract or latent nature rather than a tangible, observable one and they are called constructs or factors (Kline, 2005; Nunnaly & Bernstein, 1994). Constructs are hypothetical concepts and the existence of...
Views of Academicians, School Administrators, and Teachers regarding the Use of E-Portfolios in Transition from Elementary Education to Secondary Education
(ProQuest: ... denotes formula omitted)Since the time when attention towards universities began to grow in Turkey in 1970, students have become interested in secondary schools that offer better education in order to be able to study at better universities....
Who Are the Most Disadvantaged? Factors Associated with the Achievement of Students with Low Socio- Economic Backgrounds
The achievement gap between distinct groups of students has increasingly been an important subject of focus in the contemporary educational literature, governments' educational policies (irrespective of their development level), and the endeavors of...
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