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Güncel Eğitim Bilimleri Araştırmaları, Harun Şahin, Canan Ünvan, Şule Demirel Dingeç, Kısmet Deliveli, Mehmet Oran, Büşra Can, Burcu Sezginsoy Şeker, Tayfun Tutak, Adnan Baki, Beyzanur Topçu, Emine Özdemir, Şeyma Eşin, Ferahim Yeşilyurt, Turan Başkonuş, Vahit Çiriş Jan 2021

Güncel Eğitim Bilimleri Araştırmaları, Harun Şahin, Canan Ünvan, Şule Demirel Dingeç, Kısmet Deliveli, Mehmet Oran, Büşra Can, Burcu Sezginsoy Şeker, Tayfun Tutak, Adnan Baki, Beyzanur Topçu, Emine Özdemir, Şeyma Eşin, Ferahim Yeşilyurt, Turan Başkonuş, Vahit Çiriş

Educational Sciences

Eğitim Bilimleri ve Öğretmen Yetiştirme Temel Alanına özgü alt disiplin alanları ile ilgili çalışmaları kapsayan kitabımız, bu alanda yeni ve güncel çalışma ve araştırmalar yapan bilim insanlarını bir araya getirmeyi ve gelecekteki olası bilimsel tartışma ve araştırmalara ışık tutmayı amaçlamaktadır. Bu amaç doğrultusunda oluşturulan kitapta toplamda 10 çalışma yer almaktadır


Éducation Et Sociologie, Émile Durkheim Jan 2020

Éducation Et Sociologie, Émile Durkheim

Educational Sciences

Durkheim a enseigné toute sa vie la pédagogie, en même temps que la sociologie. À la Faculté des lettres de Bordeaux, de 1887 à 1902, il a toujours donné, hebdomadairement, une heure de cours à la pédagogie. Ses auditeurs étaient surtout des membres de renseignement primaire. À la Sorbonne, c'est dans la chaire de Science de l'Éducation qu'en 1902 il suppléa, qu'en 1906 il remplaça M. Ferdinand Buisson. Jusqu'à sa mort, il y a réservé, à la pédagogie, un tiers au moins, et souvent les deux tiers de son enseignement: cours publics, conférences pour les ...


The Content Analysis Of Studies On Individual Differences In Education In Turkey From 2000 To 2020, Dilara Demirbulak, Simge Kambur, Atilla Ergin Jan 2020

The Content Analysis Of Studies On Individual Differences In Education In Turkey From 2000 To 2020, Dilara Demirbulak, Simge Kambur, Atilla Ergin

Educational Sciences

The studies examined in this research, doctoral theses, master theses, and the main subject of education and individual differences are limited to the sources and data reviews. In this sense, more comprehensive and detailed content analysis can be made for individual differences. In this sense, broader and more detailed content analysis could be made regarding individual differences. In the studies reviewed, the suggestions variable was not included in the current study since it was not available in every study and was not generalizable. It was revealed that the effects of individual differences in students' attitudes and achievements in the learning ...


On The Best Method Of Studying The American Languages, James Hammon Trumbull Jan 2020

On The Best Method Of Studying The American Languages, James Hammon Trumbull

Educational Sciences

The collection of materials for the study of American aboriginal languages is already large. Indian vocabularies, grammars and grammatical notices may be reckoned by hundreds, and every year adds to their number. Among these are to be found many works of permanent value, indispensable to students of the languages of which they treat, a few of disti guished excellence, widely known and highly appreciated as contributions to comparative philology, and many others which, without imparting thorough or exact grammatical or lexical knowledge, have been very useful to explorers, missionaries and others, by facilitatiig communications with savage tribes.


Organization Of Education In The United States, Jonh Charles Muerman Jan 2020

Organization Of Education In The United States, Jonh Charles Muerman

Educational Sciences

The United States is a federation of 48 self-governing Commonwealths each of which exercises independently all powers not specifically conferred upon the Federal Congress by the Constitution or derived by implication therefrom. Since the Constitution does not provide for the control of education by the Federal Government, there is no national system; but the United States contains within its area 49 separate systems of education.


The Aims And Methods Of Liberal Education For Africans, Edward Wilmot Blyden Jan 2020

The Aims And Methods Of Liberal Education For Africans, Edward Wilmot Blyden

Educational Sciences

A college in West Africa, for the education of African youth by African instructors, under a Christian government conducted by Negroes, is something so unique in the history on Christian civilization, that wherever, in the civilized world, the intelligence of the existence of such an institution is carriage there will be curiosity if not anxiety as to its character, its work, and its prospects. A college suited in all respects to the exigencies of this nation and to the needs of the race cannot come into existence all at once. It must be the result of years of experience, of ...


Effectiveness Of Remote Training With Covid- 19 Pandemic Source, Yeliz Celen Jan 2020

Effectiveness Of Remote Training With Covid- 19 Pandemic Source, Yeliz Celen

Educational Sciences

In this context, the importance of open and distance education applications aiming to provide various educational options and to create different learning environments for individuals with different interests, needs, individual abilities, ages, educational levels, geographical and economic conditions, or educational disabilities for any reason increases.

In this context, it is understood that the content of the lessons is given faster in private schools and therefore the content given in eba or trt tv is given in advance in the private schools that are more advanced in terms of the acquisition. In this context, parents with synchronization problems tend to other ...


Multiple Intelligence Theory And Effective Learning In Visual Arts Education, Muhammet Inceagac Jan 2020

Multiple Intelligence Theory And Effective Learning In Visual Arts Education, Muhammet Inceagac

Educational Sciences

Gardner notes that true understanding occurs when people have various methods of representing knowledge about a concept or skill and can easily switch between these types of knowledge, emphasizing that no one can have all types of knowledge, but at least everyone should have several.


The Relationship Between The Views Of The Pre-Service Mathematics Teachers On Proof And Their Multiple Intelligence, Muhammet Doruk Jan 2020

The Relationship Between The Views Of The Pre-Service Mathematics Teachers On Proof And Their Multiple Intelligence, Muhammet Doruk

Educational Sciences

Multiple intelligence is one of the important individual differences of the students. However, there was no study to investigate the relationship between multiple intelligence of students and their views on proof as a result of the literature review. With the study to be done, it will be revealed which area of intelligence is related to the views on proof, and if there is a relationship, what will be the ratio of explaining the views of this relationship towards proof. Since it is known that the views on proof are related to their ability to prove, the results may contribute to ...


The Significance Of Science Centers In Science Education, Gülden Gürsoy Jan 2020

The Significance Of Science Centers In Science Education, Gülden Gürsoy

Educational Sciences

The national and international analysis of the science course curricula would demonstrate that they mainly aim to train science literate individuals. Thus, students are expected to approach problems as a scientist using their scientific process skills and reach solutions to these problems

In this context, out-of-school learning environments that provide significant opportunities such as acquisition of expert knowledge, scientific inferences through on-site observations, and gaining experience by doing/living, which lead to a serious learning potential


A Psychological Perspective On Organizational Loneliness, Abdullah Nuri Dicle Jan 2020

A Psychological Perspective On Organizational Loneliness, Abdullah Nuri Dicle

Educational Sciences

The lexical meaning of loneliness is defined as the state of being distant from other people. Loneliness is a state of mind induced by weak interpersonal relationships and social interaction. Loneliness is a mood that also includes cognitive, affective and behavioral elements that reflect the desire to establish close relations with others. The desires of individuals regarding their relationships and the things they obtain from their current relationships are evaluated and analyzed at the cognitive level. Positive or negative (mostly negative) affections that individuals experience as a result of analyses and evaluations performed are included in the affective level. Behavioral ...


Studies On Cognitive Load Theory In Turkey: A Literature Survey, Ayşe Yılmaz Virlan, Dilara Demirbulak Jan 2020

Studies On Cognitive Load Theory In Turkey: A Literature Survey, Ayşe Yılmaz Virlan, Dilara Demirbulak

Educational Sciences

The research aimed to identify studies in a Turkish context and characterize their features that focused on Cognitive Load Theory, which is highly important in current educational settings and designs. In so doing, it would provide researchers with the strengths and weaknesses of the implementation of cognitive load theory in the literature on a nation-wide scale and contribute to the design of future studies. With this in mind, the following research questions were addressed:

1. What are the characteristics of the studies conducted in Turkey on cognitive load theory?

2. What kinds of strategies, techniques, or procedures were used in ...


Nanoscience Education, Ruhan Benlikaya Jan 2020

Nanoscience Education, Ruhan Benlikaya

Educational Sciences

Some alternative conceptions on these topics were found. Some suggestions for teacher education were given based on the results obtained in this study.


Teachers’ Nonverbal Behavior In Repair Initiation: Leaning Forward And Cupping The Hand Behind The Ear, Cihat Atar, Steve Walsh, Paul Seedhouse Jan 2020

Teachers’ Nonverbal Behavior In Repair Initiation: Leaning Forward And Cupping The Hand Behind The Ear, Cihat Atar, Steve Walsh, Paul Seedhouse

Educational Sciences

This study set out to investigate how leaning forward and cupping the hand behind the ear contribute to repair initiation in an English as a second language context depending on the doctorate thesis by Atar.

Conversation Analysis was utilized, and the emic perspective was implemented by focusing on how the interlocutors oriented to the phenomenon. The analysis has shown that leaning forward can itself initiate repair without any verbal prompts, which is a rare observation in the literature. The fact that it makes a self-initiation of repair by the students relevant indicates that they are understood as a repair initiation ...


Effect Of Foreign Language Classroom Anxiety On Turkish Efl Learners’ Online Learning Anxiety, Yunus Doğan Jan 2020

Effect Of Foreign Language Classroom Anxiety On Turkish Efl Learners’ Online Learning Anxiety, Yunus Doğan

Educational Sciences

In spite of the advantages it provides especially for tertiary level students, taking a course online may turn out to be an anxious endeavour for EFL learners. While this apprehension is reported to be related to the very natural characteristics of the learning environment itself such as obligation of using computers and internet, it may also be associated with the online delivery mode of teaching/learning any course On the other hand, earlier anxiety experiences may account for a part of the anxiety the students develop in online settings. In this regard, this study identified that the foreign language anxiety ...


The Role Of Attitudes In Foreign Language Learning, Oliver Denis Jan 2020

The Role Of Attitudes In Foreign Language Learning, Oliver Denis

Educational Sciences

As the role of attitudes is well-established in the relevant literature, and the fact that foreign language attitudes are mostly shaped afterwards in the learning environment, there are some lessons that could be drawn. In this regard, teachers are the first and foremost determinants in the

formation of language attitudes in most countries. Thus, teachers need to make a foreign language an enjoyable learning and communication experience using more communicative methods that will enable students to get to know a different language and a different culture, rather than a lesson. It should not be forgotten that teacher attitudes towards foreign ...


Opinions Of The High School Students Regarding The Flipped Classroom Practice, Mehmet Ramazanoğlu Jan 2020

Opinions Of The High School Students Regarding The Flipped Classroom Practice, Mehmet Ramazanoğlu

Educational Sciences

When the results obtained in the study are summarized in general, it can be said that the opinions of the students towards the flipped classroom application are positive. In this context, it is anticipated that the use of flipped classroom practice in the learning-teaching process will yield positive results. In addition, it is thought that the flipped classroom practice can be effective for students to have an effective learning process and increase their academic success.


What The Schools Teach And Might Teach, Franklin Robbitt Jan 2019

What The Schools Teach And Might Teach, Franklin Robbitt

Educational Sciences

This book on "What the Schools Teach and Might Teach" is one of the 25 sections of the report of the Education Survey of Cleveland conducted by the Survey Committee of the Cleveland Foundation in 1915. Twentythree of these sections will be published as separate monographs. In addition there will be a larger volume giving a summary of the findings and recommendations relating to the regular work of the public schools, and a second similar volume giving the summary of those sections relating to industrial education. Copies of all these publications may be obtained from the Cleveland Foundation. They may ...


Hints And Suggestions To Leaders Of Mission Study Classes From Sea To Sea The Dominion, Janie Thomas Jan 2019

Hints And Suggestions To Leaders Of Mission Study Classes From Sea To Sea The Dominion, Janie Thomas

Educational Sciences

Mission Study Classes are formed for the united study of Missions. Two people can learn much more 'a subject if they get together and compare notes then if they study - ndependently. Three can do better than two and eaih additional member should be a strength to the rest. As soon as the numbers are too great for this the class is too large. Six is per- haps an ideal number though ten or twelve may not be too many. If there are sixteen students it would probably be found better to divide the class into two circles of eight members ...


Place Of Moving Pictures In Visual Education, Frederick Dean Mcclusky Jan 2019

Place Of Moving Pictures In Visual Education, Frederick Dean Mcclusky

Educational Sciences

Visual education not new. The recent emphasis upon visual education has created the impression in the minds of many persons that the movement is very new. This is not true. Slides and stereographs have been used in schools for over two decades and such visual aids as charts, models, diagrams, pictures and museum exhibits for a much longer period. Dudley Grant Hays of Chicago, A. W. Abrams of Albany, New York, C. R. Toothaker of Philadelphia, W. M. Gregory of Cleveland and others have been at the head of city or state distribution centers of visual education for many years.


State Boards Of Education, Ira Woods Howerth Jan 2019

State Boards Of Education, Ira Woods Howerth

Educational Sciences

By an amendment to the Constitution of the State of California, adopted by the people at the last election, the legislature is to provide for the appointment or election of a State Board of Education, which board is to "provide, compile or cause to he compiled, and adopt a uniform series of text-books for use in the day and evening elementary schools throughout the state," and to perform such other duties as may be prescribed by law. This in effect abolishes the existing State Board of Education and places upon the legislature the responsibility of creating a new one and ...


Syllabus Of A Course In Pedagogy, Edward Brooks Jan 2019

Syllabus Of A Course In Pedagogy, Edward Brooks

Educational Sciences

This syllabus of a general course in Pedagogy has been prepared for a two-fold purpose. First, it is designed as a basis of lectures by the Superintendent to the teachers of Philadelphia on the science and art of Teaching. Second, it is also intended as a suggestion or a guide to such teachers of the city as may desire to continue their educational reading or who may wish to make a more thorough study of Pedagogy than they have hitherto done.


Vocational Guidance In Secondary Education, U.S. National Education Association Jan 2019

Vocational Guidance In Secondary Education, U.S. National Education Association

Educational Sciences

Sir: In no other country in the world do so many boys and girls receive regular high-school education of a general cultural typo as in the United States and the number of such boys and girls in this country is rapidly increasing, having more than doubled since 1905 and increased more than 60 per cent since 1910. But American democratic ideals demand not only that all should have as nearly as possible equal opportunity for education, but also that all men and women should be employed in that form of work by which they may contribute most to their own ...


The Teaching Of History, Ernest C. Hartwell Jan 2019

The Teaching Of History, Ernest C. Hartwell

Educational Sciences

This book is offered as a guide to history teachers of the high school and the upper grammar grades. It is directly concerned with the teaching methods to be employed in the history period. The author assumes the limiting conditions that surround classroom instruction of the present day; he also takes for granted the teacher's sympathy with modern aims in history instruction. All discussions of purpose and content are therefore subordinated to a clear presentation of the details of effective teaching technique.


A Hand-Book Of School Management And Methods Of Teaching, Patrick Weston Joyce Jan 2018

A Hand-Book Of School Management And Methods Of Teaching, Patrick Weston Joyce

Educational Sciences

This book has been written with special reference to the wants of Irish national schools. While carefully avoiding all mere theory, I have endeavoured to render the instruction contained in it, plain, useful, and practical; there is not, I believe, a plan, opinion, or suggestion in the whole book, that has not been carried out successfully, either by myself, or by others under my immediate direction.