Educational Research and Reviews

  • Abbreviation: Educ. Res. Rev.
  • Language: English
  • ISSN: 1990-3839
  • DOI: 10.5897/ERR
  • Start Year: 2006
  • Published Articles: 1777

Table of Content: 10 January, 2014; 9(1)

January 2014

Effect of teacher education program on science process skills of pre-service science teachers

Over the past three or more decades, many studies have been written about teacher education and the preparation of science teachers. Presented study is one of which investigated the effectiveness of scientific process skills on pre-service science teachers of Pamukkale University Primary Science Teacher Education Program for four years. This study uses a simple descriptive survey approach which is one-shot survey for...

Author(s): Yakar Zeha

January 2014

Analysis of the relationship between the emotional intelligence and professional burnout levels of teachers

The purpose of this study is to analyze the relationship between the emotional intelligence and professional burnout levels of teachers. The nature of the study consists of high school teachers employed in city center of Kirsehir Province; 563 volunteer teachers form the nature of sampling. The statistical implementation of the study is performed using SPSS.16.0 software. T-test was applied in percentage frequency and...

Author(s): Adilogullari Ilhan, Ulucan Hakki and Senel Ender    

January 2014

The instrument for determining the levels of reflective thinking among elementary school students

The purpose of this research is to develop a reliable and valid instrument in order to determine the elementary school students' levels about reflective thinking. A total of 320 students of 6th, 7th and 8th grades from 6 different primary schools participated in the study. It was identified that the instrument was composed of totally 17 items with one factor and the whole instrument has a reliability coefficient of...

Author(s): Taşkin Can Bilge and Yildirim Cennet

January 2014

Influential factors on students’ vocational aspiration in Turkish elementary schools

This study explored the fifth grade elementary school students’ vocational aspiration and the factors affecting it. The sample consisted of 115 students in 20 elementary public schools with whom face-to-face interviews were conducted. The findings showed that engineering, medical doctor, and school teachers were the most frequently mentioned three vocations to which students aspired. Boys were found to aspire to...

Author(s): Fulya Damla Kentli

January 2014

To what extent should schools be autonomous?

The aim of the research is to present school managers’ viewpoints about “school autonomy” program in our country and accordingly determine the degree of school managers’ autonomy request. The research was made by using scanning method. The research consists of school managers who are working in preschools, elementary schools, secondary schools and high schools in Istanbul center. The sample...

Author(s): Göksoy Süleyman

January 2014

The variables affecting the success of students

The aim of this study is to determine the variables affecting the success of students. This research, which was conducted through the relational screening model, has a sampling of students who were selected from a middle city in Turkey. The schools are classified into three as low, medium and high. A total of 3491 students are selected by using the random stratified sampling model. The data were gathered by a survey...

Author(s): Savaş, Behsat and Gürel, Ramazan