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Teacher opinions on use of self-regulation strategies at science and art centers: Turkey sample

Eker C. | İnce M.

Makale | 2018 | Universal Journal of Educational Research6 ( 7 ) , pp.1486 - 1496

The purpose of this study is to identify the usage status of self-regulation strategies at Science and Art Centers (BİLSEMs) that provide the gifted students with education in Turkey. This research was designed within qualitative study and survey model was used. It was conducted with 24 teachers at Science and Art Centers each in the Western Black Sea, Marmara and Aegean regions in Turkey. The teacher interview form designed by the researchers was used as the data collection instrument. Descriptive analysis and content analysis methods were used for analyzing the data. It was concluded in the research that the teachers do not find t . . .hemselves competent about self-regulation strategies. The most observed self-regulation deficiencies among BİLSEM students are deficiencies of motivation and meta-cognitive strategies. The teachers think that BİLSEM curricula do not aim to bring self-regulation skills to students. It was determined that the activities performed by teachers in BİLSEM curricula (Adaptation, Supportive Education, Realizing Individual Abilities, Improving Special Skills, and Project) are rather for actualizing motivation, meta-cognitive and cognitive strategies. © 2018 by authors, all rights reserved Daha fazlası Daha az

The investigation of the attitudes of teachers towards using student centered teaching methods and techniques

Akdemi E. | Özçelik C.

Makale | 2019 | Universal Journal of Educational Research7 ( 4 ) , pp.1147 - 1153

The importance given to student-centered teaching methods and techniques is increasing as a reflection of the constructivist approach. This study was conducted with the aim of determining the attitude of teachers working in secondary schools to use student centered teaching methods and techniques and compare it based on the gender, subject, seniority year, and school type variables. The survey method was used in the study. The population of the research is 409 subject teachers who work in the central schools of one city located in the Blacksea Region of the Turkey in the 2017-2018 academic year. 10 middle school were selected using . . .random sampling. 135 teachers participating in the research voluntarily. The data related to the study were obtained by attitude scale for using student centered teaching methods and techniques. Findings indicated that teachers’ attitudes towards using student- centered teaching methods and techniques do not change according to gender, school type and seniority year variables. However, according to the subject variable, there was a significant difference in the given importance sub-dimension when there was no meaningful difference in resistance, cost-benefit, positive effects sub-dimensions and scale-wide differences. Further studies should investigate why teachers’ attitudes towards using student centered teaching methods and techniques are high in skills lessons than verbal and numerical lessons. © 2019 by authors, all rights reserved Daha fazlası Daha az

The effect of agility exercises on the COD speed and speed in terms of the frequency of the training

Eler N. | Eler S.

Makale | 2018 | Universal Journal of Educational Research6 ( 9 ) , pp.1909 - 1915

The aim of this study is to analyze the effect of agility exercises applied on female students who play handball in school teams on the change of direction (COD) speed and speed in terms of different exercise frequencies for 10 weeks. 75 female students have participated in the study. The first group has been applied agility exercises of 20 minutes during the handball work-out after the warm-up exercises for 5 times a week, the second group was applied these exercises for 3 times a week and the third group was applied these exercises for 2 times a week. Before and after the 10 week agility exercises, the athletes' age, sports age, h . . .eight, weight, Zigzag test (COD speed) and 20m speed test measurements were taken. After the exercises, COD speed and 20m speed measurements displayed a significance level of difference in terms of the groups (p<0,05). In terms of the COD speed, the average of the 3 rd group is significantly higher than the average of the 1 st group. In terms of 20m speed, the average of the 1 st group is significantly lower than the averages of the 2 nd group and the 3 rd group and there is no significant difference between the 2 nd and 3 rd groups. In terms of the COD speed, the decrease in the 1 st group is significantly higher than the decrease in the 2 nd group and the measurements of the 1 st and 2 nd groups are significantly higher than the decrease in the 3 rd group (3>2>1). In terms of the 20m speed measurement, the decrease in the 1st group is significantly higher than the decrease in the other two groups and there is no significant difference between the decrease values of the 2 nd and 3 rd groups. As a result, frequency in the agility exercises of female children who play handball in this age group is important. Within the scope of yearly planning, giving place to agility exercises in a regular manner 5 times a week each for 20 minutes can be stated to affect speed, agility and COD speed performance which are more important in this sport. © 2018 by authors, all rights reserved Daha fazlası Daha az

Examination of legibility and writing speeds of primary school students with respect to writing disposition and writing style

Memiş A.D.

Makale | 2018 | Universal Journal of Educational Research6 ( 5 ) , pp.1050 - 1059

Relational screening from descriptive screening models was used in this study in which legibility and speeds of writings of primary school students with respect to writing disposition and different writing styles were examined. A sample of 325 children in the 4th and 5th grades attending schools in the Kdz. Eregli participated into the study. According to the results of the study, writing dispositions of the girl students in both grades were higher than those of the boy students, and there was a significant different there between. While the writing dispositions of the fifth grade students were higher, it did not differentiate with . . .the fourth grade students. There was a high-level, positive and significant relationship between cursive italic writing and manuscript writing legibility. There was a positive, medium-level and significant relationship between cursive italic writing legibility and writing speed with manuscript letters. There was a medium-level, positive and significant relationship between manuscript writing speed and cursive italic writing speed. In both writing style, as legibility increased, writing disposition points also increased; in all legibility dimensions, a significant difference was determined between the students in terms of writing disposition. © 2018 by authors, all rights reserved Daha fazlası Daha az

The effect of balance exercises on speed and agility in physical education lessons

Acar H. | Eler N.

Makale | 2019 | Universal Journal of Educational Research7 ( 1 ) , pp.74 - 79

The aim of this study is to investigate the effects of 8-week balance exercises on the speed and agility in 10-12 year-old children in physical education lessons. A total of 789 students participated in the study voluntarily. The students were randomly divided into two as experimental group (n=399) and control group (n=390). In addition to their physical education lessons, the experimental group participated in the balance training program 3 days a week, for 8 weeks. The control group students only participated in physical education lessons. Height, body weight, body fat ratio measurements were taken before and after exercise progra . . .m, flamingo balance test, 20 m speed test and Illinois agility test were applied. The data were evaluated in SPSS 16 program. T-test was used in dependent and independent groups in statistical analysis ( Daha fazlası Daha az

The effects of the rope jump training program in physical education lessons on strength, speed and VO 2 max in children

Eler N. | Acar H.

Makale | 2018 | Universal Journal of Educational Research6 ( 2 ) , pp.340 - 345

The aim of this study is to examine the effects of rope-jump training program in physical education lessons on strength, speed and VO 2 max in 10-12 year old boys. 240 male students; rope-jump group (n=120) and control group (n=120) participated in the study. Rope-Jump group continued 10 weeks of regular physical education and sport lessons and at the same time rope jump training program exercise 3 days a week, while the control group continued physical education and sports lessons only. Body weight, body fat percentage, leg strength, 20m speed test and VO 2 max test measurements were taken before and after the 10 week period in bot . . .h groups. The obtained data were evaluated in the SPSS 16 program. In the statistical analysis, t test was used in dependent and independent groups. As a result of pre-test and post-test, significant differences were found in all parameters except speed of control group (p<0.05). When the measurement differences between pre-test and post-test were compared according to the groups, it was determined that weight, body fat ratio, 20m sprint, VO 2 max and leg strength measurements were significantly different in favor of rope jump group (p<0.05). In 10-12 year old boys, rope-jump training program was the result of having a positive effect on strength, VO 2 max and especially speed. As a result, the inclusion of rope-jump programs in physical education and sports lesson and in sports branch training programs may the development of children's motor skills e the development of the children. © 2018 by authors, all rights reserved Daha fazlası Daha az

Effects of perceived social support and psychological resilience on social media addiction among university students

Bilgin O. | Taş İ.

Makale | 2018 | Universal Journal of Educational Research6 ( 4 ) , pp.751 - 758

This research investigated the effects of perceived social support and psychological resilience on social media addiction among university students. The research group was composed of 503 university students. The ages of participant students varied between 17 and 31 years old. 340 (67.6%) of the participants are female and 163 (32.4%) of them are male. The Personal Information Form, Perceived Social Support Scale, Psychological Resilience Scale, and Social Media Addiction Scale were used as data collection instruments. The data obtained were analyzed with the Pearson’s correlation and hierarchic regression. Negative relationship was . . . observed between perceived social support and social media addiction and between psychological resilience and social media addiction. Furthermore, it was found that perceived social support significantly predicted the subscale of perceived social support from friends and psychological resilience was a significantly predictor of social media addiction. The findings were discussed in the light of the related literature. © 2018 by authors. All rights reserved Daha fazlası Daha az


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