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Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Education.

By: Rata, Georgeta.
Contributor(s): Kocayörük, Ercan | Içbay, Mehmet Ali | Arslan, Hasan.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Newcastle upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2014Description: 1 online resource (548 p.).ISBN: 9781443861724.Subject(s): Applied linguistics -- Research -- Congresses | Language arts -- Research -- Congresses | Language arts -- Research -- Methodology -- CongressesGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Multidisciplinary Perspectives on EducationDDC classification: 428.0072 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
TABLE OF CONTENTS; LIST OF TABLES; LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS; FOREWORD; CHAPTER ONE; EMPOWERING LEARNER AUTONOMY; RESEARCH USE LEVELS AND LIFELONGLEARNING COMPETENCIES OF ELEMENTARYSCHOOL TEACHERS; PROBLEM-SOLVING STRATEGIESUSED BY PRE-SERVICE SCIENCE TEACHERSWHILE SOLVING PHYSICS PROBLEMS; CONTENT CHARACTERISTICS OF SCIENCEAND NATURE BOOKS FOR CHILDREN; PERCEPTION OF GIFTEDNESSIN PRIMARY SCHOOL TEACHERS; INVESTIGATION OF JOB SATISFACTIONAMONGST TEACHERS; HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS' METAPHORICPERCEPTIONS OF TEACHER IMAGE
EFFECTS OF KEEPING PORTFOLIOSON TRAINEE TEACHERS' PERCEPTIONSOF THE WRITING PROCESSEFFECTS OF METACOGNITIVE STRATEGIESAND COOPERATIVE LEARNINGON MATHEMATICAL PROBLEM SOLVING; FOREIGN LANGUAGE ASSISTANTSIN ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS; THE CONVERSION-INTEGRATIONMETHODOLOGY FOR DEVELOPINGNUMERACY SKILLS; EXAMINATION OF PRE-SERVICE PHYSICSTEACHERS' SCIENCE PROCESS SKILLSIN AN INQUIRY-BASED LABORATORYENVIRONMENT; ATTITUDES OF PRE-SCHOOL TEACHERCANDIDATES TOWARDS CHEATING; DESCRIPTION OF THE KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDEAND BEHAVIOURS OF CANDIDATE TEACHERSREGARDING GENETICALLY MODIFIEDPRODUCTS
SIGNIFICANCE OF RELIGIOUS VALUESIN ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATIONSTUDY SKILLS OF DIFFERENTACHIEVEMENT GROUPS; MATHEMATICS TEACHERS' ATTITUDESTOWARDS THE INTEGRATION OF TECHNOLOGYINTO MATHEMATICS CLASSES; MEDICAL STUDENTS' NOTE-TAKINGSTRATEGIES IN CLINICAL ENCOUNTERS; CHAPTER TWO; PARENTS' PERCEPTIONSREGARDING SCHOOL ATTENDANCE; ANALYSIS OF ADOLESCENTS'COMMUNICATION SKILLS ACCORDINGTO SCHOOL TYPE AND GENDER; REASONS FOR AND IMPACTSOF SCHOOL DROPOUT; PARENTS' ATTITUDES TOWARDSCHILDREN'S RIGHTS ACCORDINGTO THE CHILD'S AGE AND GENDER; EXAMINING ELEMENTARY SCHOOLSTUDENTS' OPINIONS ON VIOLENCE
EXPLORATION OF TRAINEE TEACHERS'EXPERIENCES OF BEING CYBER BULLIESOR VICTIMSPROBLEMS PARENTS AND CHILDREN FACEIN FAMILIES WITH DIFFERENT INCOMESAND THEIR EXPECTATIONS FROM EACH OTHER; EDUCATION AND FAMILY; SCHOOL ADJUSTMENT OF 5-6 YEAR-OLDCHILDREN OF DIVORCED AND UNDIVORCEDFAMILIES; YOUTH AND POSTMODERNIDENTITY PATTERNS; PSYCHOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF NATURALDISASTERS ON STUDENTSAND EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLANS; BEHAVIOUR OF PRE-SCHOOLERSAND ADAPTATION TO SCHOOL; UNIVERSITY STUDENTS' PERCEPTIONOF THE FAMILY; QUALITY IN EARLY CHILDHOOD; CHAPTER THREE; TEACHING DEMOCRACY AND CITIZENSHIP
WHY TEACHER AUTONOMY?ARE GYPSIES WITHOUT EDUCATIONOR IS EDUCATION WITHOUT GYPSIES?GYPSY WOMEN AND EDUCATION; UNIVERSITY AS A TAYLORIST INSTITUTIONAND THE PERCEPTION OF THE MOTTO; TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADERSHIPIN HIGHER EDUCATION; WHAT IS HAPPENING TO ECONOMICSDEPARTMENTS IN TURKISHHIGHER EDUCATION?; COUNTERPRODUCTIVE WORK BEHAVIOURIN RELATION TO PERSONALITY TYPEAND COGNITIVE DISTORTION LEVELIN ACADEMICS; POTENTIAL EDUCATIONAL EMIGRATIONOF GEORGIAN STUDENTSFOR STUDY PURPOSES; IMPACTS OF THE TURKISH EDUCATIONSYSTEM ON MIGRATION; MONITORING TEACHER'S COMPETENCES; THE IMPORTANCE OF SERVICE-LEARNING
LOGISTICS VOCATIONAL EDUCATIONIN GERMANY AND TURKEY
Summary: Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Education
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TABLE OF CONTENTS; LIST OF TABLES; LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS; FOREWORD; CHAPTER ONE; EMPOWERING LEARNER AUTONOMY; RESEARCH USE LEVELS AND LIFELONGLEARNING COMPETENCIES OF ELEMENTARYSCHOOL TEACHERS; PROBLEM-SOLVING STRATEGIESUSED BY PRE-SERVICE SCIENCE TEACHERSWHILE SOLVING PHYSICS PROBLEMS; CONTENT CHARACTERISTICS OF SCIENCEAND NATURE BOOKS FOR CHILDREN; PERCEPTION OF GIFTEDNESSIN PRIMARY SCHOOL TEACHERS; INVESTIGATION OF JOB SATISFACTIONAMONGST TEACHERS; HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS' METAPHORICPERCEPTIONS OF TEACHER IMAGE

EFFECTS OF KEEPING PORTFOLIOSON TRAINEE TEACHERS' PERCEPTIONSOF THE WRITING PROCESSEFFECTS OF METACOGNITIVE STRATEGIESAND COOPERATIVE LEARNINGON MATHEMATICAL PROBLEM SOLVING; FOREIGN LANGUAGE ASSISTANTSIN ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS; THE CONVERSION-INTEGRATIONMETHODOLOGY FOR DEVELOPINGNUMERACY SKILLS; EXAMINATION OF PRE-SERVICE PHYSICSTEACHERS' SCIENCE PROCESS SKILLSIN AN INQUIRY-BASED LABORATORYENVIRONMENT; ATTITUDES OF PRE-SCHOOL TEACHERCANDIDATES TOWARDS CHEATING; DESCRIPTION OF THE KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDEAND BEHAVIOURS OF CANDIDATE TEACHERSREGARDING GENETICALLY MODIFIEDPRODUCTS

SIGNIFICANCE OF RELIGIOUS VALUESIN ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATIONSTUDY SKILLS OF DIFFERENTACHIEVEMENT GROUPS; MATHEMATICS TEACHERS' ATTITUDESTOWARDS THE INTEGRATION OF TECHNOLOGYINTO MATHEMATICS CLASSES; MEDICAL STUDENTS' NOTE-TAKINGSTRATEGIES IN CLINICAL ENCOUNTERS; CHAPTER TWO; PARENTS' PERCEPTIONSREGARDING SCHOOL ATTENDANCE; ANALYSIS OF ADOLESCENTS'COMMUNICATION SKILLS ACCORDINGTO SCHOOL TYPE AND GENDER; REASONS FOR AND IMPACTSOF SCHOOL DROPOUT; PARENTS' ATTITUDES TOWARDSCHILDREN'S RIGHTS ACCORDINGTO THE CHILD'S AGE AND GENDER; EXAMINING ELEMENTARY SCHOOLSTUDENTS' OPINIONS ON VIOLENCE

EXPLORATION OF TRAINEE TEACHERS'EXPERIENCES OF BEING CYBER BULLIESOR VICTIMSPROBLEMS PARENTS AND CHILDREN FACEIN FAMILIES WITH DIFFERENT INCOMESAND THEIR EXPECTATIONS FROM EACH OTHER; EDUCATION AND FAMILY; SCHOOL ADJUSTMENT OF 5-6 YEAR-OLDCHILDREN OF DIVORCED AND UNDIVORCEDFAMILIES; YOUTH AND POSTMODERNIDENTITY PATTERNS; PSYCHOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF NATURALDISASTERS ON STUDENTSAND EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLANS; BEHAVIOUR OF PRE-SCHOOLERSAND ADAPTATION TO SCHOOL; UNIVERSITY STUDENTS' PERCEPTIONOF THE FAMILY; QUALITY IN EARLY CHILDHOOD; CHAPTER THREE; TEACHING DEMOCRACY AND CITIZENSHIP

WHY TEACHER AUTONOMY?ARE GYPSIES WITHOUT EDUCATIONOR IS EDUCATION WITHOUT GYPSIES?GYPSY WOMEN AND EDUCATION; UNIVERSITY AS A TAYLORIST INSTITUTIONAND THE PERCEPTION OF THE MOTTO; TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADERSHIPIN HIGHER EDUCATION; WHAT IS HAPPENING TO ECONOMICSDEPARTMENTS IN TURKISHHIGHER EDUCATION?; COUNTERPRODUCTIVE WORK BEHAVIOURIN RELATION TO PERSONALITY TYPEAND COGNITIVE DISTORTION LEVELIN ACADEMICS; POTENTIAL EDUCATIONAL EMIGRATIONOF GEORGIAN STUDENTSFOR STUDY PURPOSES; IMPACTS OF THE TURKISH EDUCATIONSYSTEM ON MIGRATION; MONITORING TEACHER'S COMPETENCES; THE IMPORTANCE OF SERVICE-LEARNING

LOGISTICS VOCATIONAL EDUCATIONIN GERMANY AND TURKEY

Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Education

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