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ANTHROPOLOGY

Recent Trends in Education with Special Reference to Turkey

Yahya Altinkurt (MuglaSitkiKocman University, Turkey)

(Anthropologist Special Issue No. 11)

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CONTENTS

Editorial

  1. K. FundaNayir and SakirCinkir • The Roles of Teachers: Comparing Turkey and Ireland
  2. EgeAkgun and Denis Mellier • The Evaluation of Social Competence and Internalizing and Externalizing ProblemBehaviors of French and Turkish Children by their Attachment Representations
  3. KoksalBanoglu, Ruben Vanderlinde and Rauf Yildiz • Professional Self-Efficacy Scale for Information and ComputerTechnology Teachers: Validity and Reliability Study
  4. DemetGirgin • The Correlation between the Musical Interest and Achievement Motive
  5. GulayAslan • An Analysis Regarding the Equality Perceptions of Educational Administrators
  6. K. FundaNayir •The Relationship between Students’ Engagement Level and Their Attitudes Toward School
  7. VeliBatdi • A Meta-Analysis Study of Mind Mapping Techniques and Traditional Learning Methods
  8. SukranDiliduzgun and SerifeGenc • Improving the Summarizing Skills Through Text Structure-Based Strategies
  9. ArdaArikan • AnAutoethnography of Teaching English to Young Learners: FromTheory to Practice
  10. Gulden Akin • Attitudes of Academics towards Biographical Learning
  11. GunesSali • A Longitudinal Study on the Development of Creativity in Children
  12. Nalan KuruTurasli • Analysis of the Relationship Between the Social-emotional Adaptation and Self Perception of 5-6 YearOld Children and the Problem Solving Abilities of Their Mothers and Teachers
  13. CansesTican and Mehmet Taspinar • The Effects of Reflective Thinking-Based TeachingActivities on Pre-service Teachers’ Reflective Thinking Skills, Critical Thinking Skills, DemocraticAttitudes, and Academic Achievement
  14. Devlet AlakocPirpir • A Research into the Attitudes of Mothers of Twins and Singletons towards Their Children and the Receptive and Expressive Language Levels of Children
  15. NazanSezenYüksel and Ali Bülbül • Test Development Study on the Mental Rotation Ability
  16. BernaCoskunOnan • The Reflectivity in Practice Teaching of Visual Arts
  17. H. SezgiSarac • Practitioners’ Evaluations of the Effectiveness of Professional DevelopmentActivities
  18. CoskunKucuktepe •An Evaluation of Teachers’ Questions in Terms of Socratic Inquiry Technique
  19. Guliz Aydin • The Effects of Technology-Supported Mind and Concept Mapping on Students’Construction of Science Concepts the Effect of Mind Mapping in Science Education
  20. M. CemGirgin, YildizUzuner, Zehranur Kaya, GuzinKarasu, SemaUnluer, MeltemOztenAnay and AyseTanridiler • Current Status of Vocational Education Programs for Hearing-Impaired Studentsin Kosovo
  21. FatmaGölpek Sari and NesrinÖzdenerDonmey • Online Collaboration Tools in Education: GoogleDocs Sample
  22. GizemSaygili and HavvaSumeyraPektas • Analysis of Teachers’ Efficacy
  23. Ayla Oktay, Handan Dogan and ZeynepÇigdemÖzcan • Analysis of Basic Concepts Knowledge andAcademic Development of Children from Different Age Groups
  24. Bilal Duman and GülerGöcen • The Effect of the Digital Storytelling Method on Pre-ServiceTeachers’ Creative Writing Skills
  25. SevalEminogluKucuktepe • Analyzing the Effect of Instruction Based on Classroom AssessmentTehniquesProspectiveTeachers’ Achievement
  26. IlkerCirik • Relationships between Social Support, Motivation, and Science Achievement: StructuralEquation Modeling
  27. HakanKaratas • Correlation among Academic Procrastination, Personality Traits, and AcademicAchievement
  28. LütfiUredi • The Predictive Power of Classroom Teachers’ Self-efficacy Beliefs Related toImplementing the Constructivist Approach Upon Their Level of Creating a Constructivist LearningEnvironment: A Mersin Case
  29. LütfiÜredi and SaitAkbasli • Classroom Teachers’ Self-Efficacy Beliefs on Constructivist Approach
  30. YalinKilicTürel and MuhammetToraman • The Relationship between Internet Addiction andAcademic Success of Secondary School Students
  31. Ertug Can • Qualitative Obstacles in Turkish Education System and Suggestions
  32. NiluferKesgin and Mehmet Arslan • Attitudes of Students towards the English Language in HighSchools
  33. Cetin Erdogan • Responsibilities of Elementary School Principals in Turkey: Perceptions andExpectations
  34. CanayDemirhanIscan, AysegulBayraktar and ErtenGokce • Pre-service Teachers’ TeachingApplications Based on 5E Learning Cycle
  35. Liliana Mata • Problematic Aspects in Forming Pedagogical Competences for Pre-Service LanguageTeachers
  36. BaybarsRecepEynur • A Survey of the Attitudes of Dumlupinar University Physical EducationVocational College and Faculty of Education Students on Computer-Assisted Education (CAE)
  37. EsraEminogluOzmercan • Determining the Tendencies of Academic Dishonesty and Senses ofSelf-efficacy with Discriminant Analysiss
  38. ErtenGokce • The Development of a Scale to Determine General Competency for Primary SchoolTeachers in Turkey: A Validity and Reliability Study
  39. EmineErdem and FatmaAlkan • The Effect of Inquiry-Based Laboratory Application on ThinkingStyles of Students

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