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Articles from Vol. 15, No. 4, August

Criteria for High Quality Biology Teaching: An Analysis
Helmke (2009) stresses that the detailed and temporal sequence of educational and teaching activities whose topic domain is restricted in educational institutions and which are didactically planned should be understood from the concept of teaching. Setting...
Determination and Interpretation of the Norm Values of PreSchool Social Skills Rating Scale Teacher Form
That a child is raised to exhibit behaviors as expected by the society depends on social development. In this respect, childrens social development in their early years constitutes the basis of their future social behaviors (Çubukçu & Gültekin, 2000)....
Development and Implementation of an Instructional Design for Effective Teaching of Ecosystem, Biodiversity, and Environmental Issues
Ecological problems grow with each passing day. Therefore, more importance should be attached to educational activities about environmental subjects and concepts. Education plays a great role in implementing national and international policies for preventing...
Emotional Competence and Emotion Socialization in Preschoolers: The Viewpoint of Preschool Teachers
Emotional competence based on the emotional intelligence model is defined as the interaction of emotion and cognition (Mayer & Salovey, 1997). The integrated model approach which explains emotional intelligence in terms of social behaviors and personality...
Evaluating a Newly Developed Differentiation Approach in Terms of Student Achievement and Teachers' Opinions
Consciously selected tools, and equipment and consciously organized teaching environments and activities that are presented to gifted students support these children in a healthy way and enable them to use their own capacities at their highest levels...
Identifying Higher-Education Level Skill Needs in Labor Markets: The Main Tools Usable for Turkey *
(ProQuest: ... denotes formulae omitted)The skills expected from employees change dynamically with technological and economic developments such as industrial shifts from industry to services after moving to a post-industrial society, the emergence of...
Investigating the Relationship between Self-Handicapping Tendencies, Self-Esteem and Cognitive Distortions
Jones and Berglas (1978) have described self-handicapping as a set of behavioral strategies enacted before a performance that permits the individual to externalize failure and internalize success (as cited in Rhodewalt & Davison, 1986). In other...
Kindergartners' Mental Models of the Day and Night Cycle: Implications for Instructional Practices in Early Childhood Classrooms
Children, even at early ages, construct explanations for how the natural world works based on their daily observations of nature and the information they are exposed in their culture. The day and night cycle is one of the regularities that is easily...
Mobility-Related Teacher Turnover and the Unequal Distribution of Experienced Teachers in Turkey
The unequal distribution of high-quality teachers across schools, districts and regions has been an overriding concern in national education policies all over the world. Despite various policy interventions, a fair distribution of high-quality, experienced...
Organizational Commitment of Teachers: A Meta-Analysis Study for the Effect of Gender and Marital Status in Turkey
In its simplest form, organizational psychology deals with employees' perceptions that they develop over time for their organization. More specifically, most studies that attempt to understand the nature of an organization intend to identify the perceptions...
Performance and Difficulties of Students in Formulating and Solving Quadratic Equations with One Unknown
(ProQuest: ... denotes formulae omitted)Quadratic equations have been a fundamental topic, not only in secondary mathematics curricula around the world but also in the historical development of algebra. Various approaches for solving quadratic equations...
Predictor Relationships between Values Held by Married Individuals, Resilience and Conflict Resolution Styles: A Model Suggestion
Values have become as of late one of the more popular topics of interest in the social sciences. The concept of values has been discussed by a number of different branches within the social sciences, and a wide range of research has been conducted on...
Suicide Risk in College Students: The Effects of Internet Addiction and Drug Use
In Turkey, 788 young people aged between 15 and 24 years committed suicide in 2012, and 417 of these young people were college-aged (Türkiye îistatistik Kurumu [TÜÎK], 2013). College life signifies a period in which one prepares for both a profession...
Teacher and Administrator Views on School Principals' Accountability
Substantial social, legal, economic, and technological transformations in the developing and changing world have caused organizations to question their managerial styles and gravitate toward new approaches and practices. Management and administration...
Teaching Play Skills to Visually Impaired Preschool Children: Its Effect on Social Interaction
It is has come to be expected that children with special needs (SN) should be mainstreamed in regular education classes and thereby learn their cognitive, behavioral, and social skills from their typically developing (TD) peers by taking them as models...
The Effects of Testlets on Reliability and Differential Item Functioning
(ProQuest: ... denotes formulae omitted)Numerous large-scale international examinations (TOEFL, GRE, PISA, TIMMS, PIRES, etc.), as well as national examinations (KPSS, YDS, ALES, YGS, LYS, etc.), are administered every year. On the basis of the results...
The Mathematics Education I and II Courses' Effect on Teacher Candidates' Development of Number Sense
(ProQuest: ... denotes formulae omitted)Number sense has been recognized as one of the major objectives of the elementary school mathematics in the "Everybody Counts" document created by the National Research Council in 1989 (National Research Council...
The Place of Learning Quantum Theory in Physics Teacher Education: Motivational Elements Arising from the Context
It is acknowledged that motivation is one of the most important affective elements that have an impact on learning, and it is 'a polymorphous concept containing attitudes, goals, and strategies" (Donald, 1999, p. 27). Schunk (1990) defines motivation...
Using Students' Performance to Improve Ontologies for Intelligent E-Learning System
The most important goal of Artificial Intelligence (AI) is to improve computer understanding and make it as close to human intelligence as possible. One of the most significant areas of application for artificial intelligence is within the E-learning...
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