Recent Trends in Education with Special Reference to Turkey

KursadYilmaz(MuglaSitkiKocman University, Turkey)

(Anthropologist Special Issue No. 12)




  1. Inayet Aydin, TugbaGunerDemir and OzgeErdemli • Teacher’s Views Regarding the Social Status of the Teaching Profession
  2. Mehmet Demirezen • Evaluation of the Production of the Intonation of Adverb Clauses with Time by Turkish English Teachers: A Demonstration by Computer Application
  3. AbdulkerimKaradeniz • An Examination of Critical Reading Self-efficacy Perceptions among the Students of the Faculty of Education Over Different Variables
  4. TugbaKontas and LaleCerrahOzsevgec •Investigating the Development of Theory of Mind: Post Pre-school Children
  5. TugbaYanparYelken,, HalilErdemCocuk, GamzeYavuzKonokman and VolkanLutfi Pan • The Effect of Digital Story Preparation on Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPCK) Self confidence
  6. NilgunAcikOnkas • Interpretation Theory and Creative Writing
  7. AycaKartal, Kaya TuncerCaglayan, CennetKarakus and OzlemOzcakirSumen • Opinions of the Primary School Teacher Candidates Toward Mind Mapping
  8. ZuhalGizir and AyselKoksalAkyol• How the Project Approach Affects Pre schoolers’ Creativity
  9. NeslihanYucelsen, MeldaKaragoz and DuyguAkBasogul • The Opinions of Students about Choosing Thesis Subjects in Turkish Education and Turkish as a Foreign Language Department
  10. DenizSaribas • Pre-service Elementary Teachers’ Preferences and Competencies in Relation to Inquiry-based Instruction and High Quality Questions
  11. AyseTanridiler, YildizUzuner and UmitGirgin • Teaching and Learning Mathematics with Hearing Impaired Students
  12. ZeynepCetinkayaEdizer • An Analysis of Prospective Turkish Teachers’ Metacognitive Reading Strategy Use
  13. AhmetBedel • Analysis of the Peer Mediation Process’ Effect on Interpersonal Problems of University Students
  14. DuyguMutlu-Bayraktar and NesrinOzdenerDonmez • Comparison of Communication Patterns of Students in Online and Face-to-Face Collaborative Learning Environments with Discourse Analysis
  15. IzzetGorgen • The Effect of Reciprocal and Direct Teaching Approaches on Summarizing Skill
  16. ErdoganTezci, FahriSezer, UgurGurgan and Sumer Aktan • A Study on Social Support and Motivation
  17. RamazanSak • Young Children’s Difficult Questions and Adults’ Answers
  18. SenarAlkin-Sahin •The Relationship between the Educational Beliefs and Learning Approaches
  19. NeseDokumaciSutcu, KeremSutcu and IlhamiBulut • Examination of the Relationship between Classroom Teachers’ Multiple Intelligence Areas and Their Students’ Academic Achievements
  20. Ali FuatArici and Abdullah Kaldirim • The Effect of the Process-based Writing Approach on Writing Success and Anxiety of Pre-service Teachers
  21. CelalInce • Family Background, Different Forms of Capital, and Student Achievement in Turkish High Schools
  22. HilalKazu and DemetDemiralp • The Determination of Levels of Active Listening Competencies of Pre-service Teachers
  23. Olga Pilli • The Changes in Social Media Usage: Students’ Perspective
  24. DavutPeaci (William Peachy) • A Class of Cultures: European and Turkish Goals in Language Education versus University Academic Requirements.
  25. MelekDemirel and EdibeKaragedik•Prospective English Teachers’ Teaching Practices in Primary Education
  26. CelalGulsen •Opinions of Provincial Executives on Readiness for Transfer of Authority in the Management of Educational Services
  27. GulenUygarer and BahireOzad •What Do Soap Operas Tell About Family Relationships?
  28. EzelTavsancil and SeherYalcin • A Determination of Turkish Student’s Achievement Using Hierarchical Linear Models in Trends in International Mathematics-Science Study (TIMSS) 2011
  29. Hale Ozgit and Mehmet Caglar • The Effectiveness of the Tourism and Hospitality Management Programmes in the Professional Careers of Their Graduates in North Cyprus
  30. CeyhunOzan ,NilayCelik-Ercoskun and Remzi Y. Kincal • The Turkish Adaptation of Self-regulated Learning Teacher Belief Scale
  31. NihanDemirkasimoglu • The Meaning of Work in Teachers’ Lives: A Qualitative Study
  32. HulyaKasapoglu • Efficient Teacher Behavior in Classroom Management According to the Views of Primary School Students

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