Educational Research and Reviews

  • Abbreviation: Educ. Res. Rev.
  • Language: English
  • ISSN: 1990-3839
  • DOI: 10.5897/ERR
  • Start Year: 2006
  • Published Articles: 1956

Table of Content: June 2020; 15(6)

June 2020

Notice of Retraction: Analysis of the educational bulletin presented to the teachers of the basic stage in the Jordanian Ministry of Education and the future model extracted

The editors of the Educational Research and Reviews (ERR) are retracting the article, “Notice of Retraction: Analysis of the educational bulletin presented to the teachers of the basic stage in the Jordanian Ministry of Education and the future model extracted” published in 2019 (Vol. 14(16), pp. 559-571, October, 2019). 

Author(s): Mohammad Salman Al-Khaza’leh, Mohammad Issa Al-Hourani and Bilal Ayed Al-Khaza’leh

June 2020

Policy initiatives for improving the contributions of university agricultural education and extension institutions to environmental and sustainable development in agriculture

This study determined policy initiatives for improving the contributions of university agricultural education and extension institutions to environmental and sustainable development (ESD) in agriculture. The study was carried out in Cross River State. Survey research design was adopted for the study. The population for the study of 534, comprising 195 registered farmers who have continuously participated in ADP farmer...

Author(s): David A. Alawa, Ikutal Ajigo, Fidelis Unimna, Elizabeth A. Udie and John B. Adie

June 2020

Using films to teach Turkish as a foreign language: A study of classroom practice

In recent years, developing communication skills is the main goal of foreign language learning, so the most effective way of developing this skill is to expose the learners to real life situations. Movies provide exposures to real language, used in authentic settings and in the cultural context. Movies are the most effective audiovisual materials both in teaching basic language skills and reflecting the language and...

Author(s): Fatih Yilmaz

June 2020

Satisfaction, utilitarian performance and learning expectations in compulsory distance education: A test of mediation effect

People using the distance education system are students as well as consumers who use the services. In this sense, determining satisfaction with the use of this service is vital to the success of the system. The aim of this study is to determine the relationships between perceived utilitarian performance, expectation confirmation and learning satisfaction structures in universities that have been switched from formal...

Author(s): Caner Özgen and Servet Reyhan  

June 2020

Empathy trend of student-athletes in Turkey: Ardahan example

The aim of the study is to analyze empathy tendencies among students who are involved in sporting activities at Ardahan Province. In accordance with this aim, this study has been conducted through the survey modelling of quantitative research methods. For the data analysis, T-Testing and ANOVA were applied. According to the obtained findings, it is detected that there is a significant difference in the ability of...

Author(s): Abdullah KürÅŸad AKBULUT  

June 2020

Evaluation of attainments in 2018 Life Sciences curriculum based on the views of primary school teachers

Life Science is a course that has been taught since the beginning of the first years of Turkish Republic. Life Science curriculum was revised in 1924, 1936, 1948, 1968 and 1998, 2004, 2009, 2015, 2017 and 2018. When the structure of 2018 Life Sciences curriculum is examined, it is seen that the curriculum is composed of general aims, values, basic survival skills, concepts, units and attainments. In Life Sciences...

Author(s): Selçuk ÅžimÅŸek and Ali Rıza Erdem  

June 2020

Scale of vocabulary learning strategies for learners of Turkish as a foreign language: A scale development study

It does not seem to be possible to teach all the words needed by learners of Turkish as a foreign language in the target language just through classroom applications. Thus, students should be taught vocabulary learning strategies that will contribute to their independent learning and raise their awareness of vocabulary learning processes. In this regard, the purpose of the current study is to develop a scale to...

Author(s): Deniz MelanlioÄŸlu  

June 2020

The use of contingency contracting in educational settings: A review of the literature

Respecting individual differences among students and meeting their unique needs may be one of the greatest challenges faced by teachers. When having a heterogeneous group of students, teachers need to consider a variety of instructional methods. The literature details a large number of teaching strategies supported by research findings, and the purpose of this review is to add to the literature by highlighting important...

Author(s): Abdullah Alwahbi  

June 2020

Field specific competencies for French language teachers in Turkey: A model proposal

The Republic of Turkey’s Ministry of National Education has long been working on the general professional and field specific competencies for teachers in Turkey in collaboration with universities. As a result of these efforts, the “General Competencies for Teaching Profession” was prepared in 2006. Later in 2008, the field specific competencies that teachers should have in their respective fields were...

Author(s): Füsun Saraç