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  • Reviewer Acknowledgements for Journal of Education and Learning, Vol. 10,
           No. 4

    • Abstract: Reviewer Acknowledgements for Journal of Education and Learning, Vol. 10, No. 4, 2021
      PubDate: Sat, 31 Jul 2021 05:08:53 +000
       
  • Opinions of Primary Teacher Education Students on Extra-Curricular
           Activities in Education

    • Abstract: The aim of this study is to reveal the opinions of the Primary Teacher Education students in terms of the Extra-Curricular Activities in Education (ECAE) course. In this study, in which a qualitative research method was used, the case study design was preferred. In this context, the subjects of the research consist of 77 Primary Teacher Education students studying in Sivas Cumhuriyet University, Faculty of Education. Data were collected through a semi-structured interview form consisting of 7 open-ended questions. The content analysis method was employed in the analysis of the data. As a result of the research, it was determined that most of the students did not have an idea on the ECAE course at the beginning of the term. The ECAE course contributed to the students in “Cognitive”, “Social”, “Affective” and “Psychomotor” fields. The ECAE course improved the skills of receiving support, increasing self-confidence in public, and establishing an ability to communicate about communication with stakeholders. While preparing the activities related to the ECAE course, the students encountered problems related to the activity, personal, intra-group, technical, material related, time, official procedure, and place problems and they offered solutions to these problems. The ECAE course enabled students for learning material properties, developing handicraft skills, developing creativity, improving imagination, augmenting one’s willingness to utilize materials, increasing the frequency for utilizing materials, and ensuring ideas to be put into practice regarding students’ skill to utilize materials. Finally, the ECAE course positively affected the students’ skills to use educational technology. The students stated that they learned to use a computer, to make use of the internet, how to use technology more effectively, and that they became practical in utilizing the technology.
      PubDate: Mon, 12 Jul 2021 23:39:06 +000
       
  • The History from the View of the Founder Fathers of the Republic of
           Turkey: The War of Independence

    • Abstract: This study aims to reveal how the Turkish War of Independence was told in the history textbooks in elementary schools to the Republic of Turkey’s first generation. The research has been carried out using the historical research method, one of the qualitative research methods. The data of the study have been collected through the primary school history textbooks published between 1924-1928. The data have been obtained through document review. According to the research findings, the subjects of Istanbul’s occupation, the occupation of Izmir, the resistance against invasions, the Battles of Inonu, the Eastern Front, the Battle of Sakarya and the Battle of Dumlupınar are included in the textbooks. In contrast, the Battle of Kütahya-Eskişehir is not included. It is understood that since the textbooks were written right after the War of Independence, this directly affected the content and the language used. It is possible to see the enthusiasm, emotion, excitement, and perspective of the Turkish War of Independence in the textbooks. This situation shows that the process and the atmosphere in the country affect the history education. Moreover, it has been observed that the subjects were told in the form of stories, taking into account the students’ cognitive levels. It is remarkable how the Republic’s fathers told and conveyed the Turkish War of Independence to the Republic’s children about the events that took place just recently. In conclusion, this study demonstrates how the present-day Turkish history textbooks have evolved from those entirely subjective textbooks of the early Republic era.
      PubDate: Sat, 10 Jul 2021 09:01:57 +000
       
  • Examination of Narcissistic Behaviors of Physical Education Teachers and
           Their Relationship with Job Satisfaction

    • Abstract: This study was conducted to reveal the relationships between physical education teachers’ narcissistic behaviors and job satisfaction. This research was designed in a correlational survey model, 195 physical education teachers, 41 females, and 154 males were selected by the simple random sampling among the physical education teachers working in Kırıkkale and Osmaniye provinces, participated in the study voluntarily. In the study, “Personal Information Form” was used to determine the demographic characteristics of the participants, “Narcissistic Personality Inventory-13 (NPI-13)” was used to determine the demographic characteristics of the participants, and the “Job Satisfaction Scale” was used to determine the level of job satisfaction. In the analysis of the data, it was decided whether the descriptive statistics (standard deviation, frequency, arithmetic mean) met the conditions of the parametric tests or not by looking at the Skewness and Kurtosis values and the Levene test results. Since the skewness and kurtosis values obtained in the study were between (-1) and (+1), the applicability of the parametric tests was decided and T-test, One-Way analysis of variance (ANOVA) Pearson correlation coefficient, and simple linear regression analysis were used. As a result of the study, it was determined that the narcissistic behaviors of physical education teachers were moderate and their job satisfaction was high. It was found that there is no significant relationship between narcissistic behaviors and job satisfaction p> 0.05. It was determined that the narcissistic behaviors showed a significant difference between the variables of educational status, age, and status of taking part in sportive activities p < 0.05. The results obtained from this research; showed that physical education teachers’ narcissistic behavior levels did not differ significantly according to gender and branch type, but it was concluded that there was a significant difference according to the variables of educational status, age, the status of taking part in sportive activities and the levels of narcissistic behavior did not affect the job satisfaction of physical education teachers in their professional lives.
      PubDate: Tue, 06 Jul 2021 09:55:48 +000
       
  • Investigation of the Preschool Teacher Candidates’ Philosophical Views
           on the Nature of Mathematics

    • Abstract: Teachers’ views on the nature of maths have a crucial effect on their interactions with children, their choice of method and technique to be used while preparing the curriculum, their decision on the type and frequency of activities to be applied, their behaviors in the classroom, children’s attitudes towards maths and their achievement. With this research, it is aimed to examine teacher candidates’ philosophical views on the nature of maths. The research is in relational scanning model. “The Scale of Philosophical Thoughts on the Nature of Mathematics” was implemented to 141 pre-school teacher candidates studying in 2019-2020, which constitute the sample of the study. As a result of the analysis, it has been found that 52.5% of teacher candidates have an absolutist view, the views of female and male teacher candidates support each other and there is a significant difference between the grade level in they study.
      PubDate: Thu, 24 Jun 2021 09:06:10 +000
       
  • The Effectiveness of the Semantic Concept Map Method in Concept Teaching
           to Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders

    • Abstract: This study aimed to examine the effectiveness of the semantic concept map method in teaching the family concepts of life studies lessons to students with Autism Spectrum Disorder. A multiple probe model with probe phase between subjects, one of the single-subject research methods, was used. The subjects of the study are 10-year-old three boys diagnosed with ASD. Inter-observer reliability and implementation reliability data were also collected in the study. Graphical analysis of the obtained data was made. As a result of the research, it was revealed that the semantic concept map method was effective in teaching the concepts within the theme of our family to students with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
      PubDate: Thu, 24 Jun 2021 09:05:04 +000
       
  • Investigating Life Quality of the Department of Computer Education and
           Instructional Technologies (CEIT) Students in Terms of Various Variables

    • Abstract: The purpose of the study was to analyze the life quality of CEIT (Computer Education and Instructional Technologies) students according to their perception of gender, age, health status and level of income. The data were collected from the students studying at the third and fourth grades in CEIT undergraduate programs of Education Faculties affiliated to two different state universities. Among these students, 129 were third grade and 44 were fourth grade students. 86 of the students were female and 87 were male. While there were 34 students with a current disease, the number of students without a current disease was 139. Students’ perception of family income was at medium and low levels. 123 students who had the perception that their family had a medium level of income and 50 students who had the perception that their family had a low level of income were within the scope of the study. The World Health Organization Quality of Life Scale-Short Form (WHOQL-BREF) was used as the measurement tool. The scale adapted into Turkish included 29 items and five sub-dimensions. In terms of the variable of gender, physical health life quality perception of the students was found to be different in favor of female students. It was determined that the perception of physical health quality of life did not differ between students according to the presence of a current disease and family income. No significant difference was found in psychological life quality perceptions of the students in terms of their gender, current disease and level of income. However, the difference between the scores related to the psychological sub-dimension were found to be significant according to the common effect of gender-health, gender-income and gender-health-income perceptions. The social relations life score average of male students was found to be higher rather than the average score of females, and moreover, average score of the students with low-income perception was found to be higher rather than the average score of students with a perception of medium level of income. The perception of social relations life quality of students with low-income perception and without a current disease was determined to be higher rather than the life quality perceptions of the students with low-income perception. It was determined that the age of CEIT students was not a significant predictor of their perceptions related to physical health, and psychological and environmental life quality. However, the variable of age was specified to be a significant predictor of students’ perception on social relations quality of life.
      PubDate: Thu, 24 Jun 2021 09:03:38 +000
       
  • Effectiveness of Online Positive Psychology Intervention on Psychological
           Well-Being Among Undergraduate Students

    • Abstract: Positive psychology intervention is mediation that aims to promote quality of life and well-being. Current research integrating positive psychology with the Internet is called online positive psychology (OPP) which promotes and prevents mental health problems, improves well-being, and reduces depression. This experimental research aimed 1) to compare the psychological well-being of the experimental group that received online positive psychology intervention in the phase of pre-test, post-test, and follow up and 2) to compare the psychological well-being between the experimental group and the controlled group. The subjects were 24 undergraduate students from Mahasarakham University, Thailand, selected by purposive sampling. Thereafter, the subjects were equally divided into experimental and controlled groups. Measures used in this study were as follows: 1) the online positive psychology intervention to improve psychological well-being and 2) the scale of psychological well-being based on Ryff’s psychological well-being. The statistics used in the data analysis were the Friedman Test, Wilcoxon signed-rank test, and the Mann Whitney U Test. The results of the pre-test and the post-test showed that the mean scores of psychological well-being of the experimental group were significantly different at 0.05 levels. Additionally, the mean scores of psychological well-being between the experimental group and the controlled group in the phases of post-test and follow-up were significantly different at 0.05 levels. The online positive psychology intervention was effective in increasing the psychological well-being of undergraduate students.
      PubDate: Thu, 24 Jun 2021 09:02:19 +000
       
  • Analysis of Critical Thinking Dispositions Regarding Teachers’ Schematic
           Representation of Resource Systems

    • Abstract: Studies in recent years have focused heavily on teacher practice and analyzing textbooks and their contents. The schematic representation of the resource system can be used to analyze the composition of teachers’ creation of the document. It is also thought to be an effective process for revealing their critical thinking dispositions. This study aims to determine whether teacher candidates reflect critical thinking dispositions to their schematic representation of the resource systems. The case study design, one of the qualitative research methods, was used in this study. The research was conducted with 26 third-year students from the mathematics department in the faculty of education. In this study, it has been revealed that teacher candidates reflect the resources and critical thinking dispositions they preferred in their schematic representations of resource systems. The five themes “truth-seeking”, “open-minded”, “analytic”, “systematic” and “self-confidence” were found in the schematic presentation of mathematics teacher candidates’ critical thinking dispositions. Also, it was noted that mathematics teacher candidates were more oriented towards digital resources, especially internet resources. As a result, this study showed the resources that affect the professional development of teacher candidates and the relationships between these resources and their critical thinking orientations by the schematic representation of the resource system.
      PubDate: Thu, 24 Jun 2021 09:00:49 +000
       
  • Proposal to Structure Social Studies Course According to Toulmin’s
           Argumentation Model

    • Abstract: Argumentation Method, which is based on data, claims, justifications, is used in education when it comes to scientific and controversial issues. The purpose of this research, is to demonstrate how argumentation method can be used in social studies courses and to guide social studies pedagogy. Examples of activities related to how argumentation can be used in social studies courses, and suggestions about the role of teachers in the teaching process are presented throughout the research. The research emphasizes forms of argumentation based on reason, particularly the analysis of cause and effect in the analysis of human actions. Using this socio-scientific framework as the basis for social studies classroom instruction allows for meaningful in-class discussions concerning individual and global problems. In this context, argumentation can be used in teaching Content-Based Critical Thinking. In evaluating the use of the argumentation model in social studies courses, this analysis examines three interrelated variables: goals, educational backgrounds and evaluation models.
      PubDate: Thu, 24 Jun 2021 08:59:11 +000
       
  • Predicting Teamwork Performance in Collaborative Project-Based Learning

    • Abstract: Pulse of the Profession, published by Project Management Institutes (2017), reported that failed projects always lacked (a) clearly defined objectives to measure progress and (b) poor communication between team members. Minimizing communication costs and maximizing trust levels are essential to improve the efficiency of team performance. This study’s objectives required including how to formulate the problem and design the theoretical framework. The approach used involved a five-step team formation model with related definitions, including initial team forming, depending on group size, team agreement, role assignment, and team performance. The Predicting Teamwork Performance (PTPA) system was developed to help identify the functional roles of each member automatically. Role assignment provided a strong positive effect on team projects, while the role identification mechanism can assign team members responsibilities for some role(s) to enable learning. Self-assessment was used to identify team members’ strengths and weaknesses so that team leaders could easily recognize suitable types of roles for each member. Three primary team performance indicators—”Good”, “Pass” and “Marginal”—were reflected in the teamwork collaboration outcomes. The Predicting Teamwork Performance system reveals information about those outcomes through 1) individual performance indicator; 2) teamwork performance indicator; 3) personal skill sets results; 4) recommended skill sets improvements. The relationship between those indicators and practical roles was examined as analytical information for further project team formation.
      PubDate: Thu, 24 Jun 2021 08:57:41 +000
       
  • How to Effectively and Efficiently Communicate Research Results'
           Experimental Study on the Influence of Interactivity and Presentation form
           on Knowledge Transfer and Cognitive Activity

    • Abstract: When it comes to presenting research results, the usual approach is to use PowerPoint or similar slide applications, or to opt for alternative presentation tools. A central question is how well the knowledge is transferred and to what extent the target audience is addressed emotionally. Based on a 2*2 factorial design, the effects of presentation form (PowerPoint slide presentation vs. explainer video) and interaction (no interaction vs. interaction by means of additional questions on the topic) were investigated. Overall, the presentation factor is more important for learning success than the interaction factor and explainer videos perform significantly better than the PowerPoint presentation. This applies to the objective and subjective learning success, but also to the emotional appeal and the increase in engagement, interest and other cognitive activities. The effects of the interaction factor are relatively low, achieving minor improvements in combination with the PowerPoint presentation, while no statistically significant and relevant effects were found in combination with the explainer video.
      PubDate: Thu, 24 Jun 2021 08:56:18 +000
       
  • “I Feel Quite Hopeful that My Future Is Still Going to be Okay”:
           Educational Aspirations During COVID-19

    • Abstract: The COVID-19 pandemic has radically altered how we learn, work, and live. This qualitative research aimed to study the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on the educational and occupational aspirations of young Canadian adults. All close to 29 years of age, sixteen participants took part in one-on-one semi-structured interviews conducted through Zoom. Questions probed participants’ hopes, dreams, and perceived obstacles regarding school and work. Coding was completed using the research software Dedoose. Thematic content analysis was performed using both deductive and inductive approaches. Three themes emerged: the benefits and drawbacks of working and learning from home; financial changes and concerns; and hope and optimism despite challenges posed by the pandemic. Working and learning from home were discussed by 88% of participants, making it the most prominent theme. Participants generally agreed that working and learning from home had many benefits, but some expressed concern about the quality of online education. In addition, the pandemic caused financial hardship for a few participants, forcing them to delay educational or occupational plans. However, the majority (75%) expressed positivity and hope for the future. Overall, although the timeline of some participants’ educational or occupational plans changed, their aspirations largely remained the same.
      PubDate: Thu, 17 Jun 2021 01:52:45 +000
       
  • The Relationship Between Writing Anxiety and Writing Self-Efficacy of
           Students Learning Turkish as a Foreign Language

    • Abstract: The study aimed to determine the relationship between writing anxiety and writing self-efficacy of students learning Turkish as a foreign language. The study sample consisted of 247 international students at B1 and B2 levels at the Turkish Education Application and Research Center of a foundation university. The Writing Anxiety Scale for Learners of Turkish as a Foreign Language, developed by Şen and Boylu (2017), was used to determine students’ writing anxiety. There were 13 items and two factors on the scale: Action-Oriented Anxiety and Environmental Oriented Anxiety. The Writing Self-Efficacy Scale for Turkish Students who Learn Turkish was developed by Büyükikiz (2012) to determine the students’ writing self-efficacy. This two-factor scale had 16 items and explained 56.85% of the variance. The research was designed based on the relational screening model. SPSS 21.0 package programs were used to analyze the data. The study results indicated a significant positive relationship between writing anxiety and writing self-efficacy of students who learned Turkish as a foreign language. Besides, there was no significant difference between the Turkish learners’ scores from the writing anxiety scale and their language level.
      PubDate: Mon, 14 Jun 2021 09:17:57 +000
       
  • SafeGuard: A Web-Based Application to Guard Against Cyberbullying

    • Abstract: In this day and age there is a consistent rise in the usage of social media amongst all age groups thus, more people have established an online presence that makes these users more susceptible to becoming a target of cyberbullying. SafeGuard is a web-based application that monitors social media accounts and detects critical keywords such as “hurt”, “die”, etc., and phrases to detect cyberbullying threats and emotional distress in a person’s social media post. Once a monitor discovers a match, an alert is generated for the end user in which they can initiate human intervention. This application is a new strategy for academic institution that allows them to be proactive rather than reactive against cyberbullying.
      PubDate: Tue, 01 Jun 2021 04:41:50 +000
       
  • Challences Facing Tutors in the Teaching of Visual Arts Education in
           National Teacher Colleges in Uganda

    • Abstract: The study examined the challenges faced by tutors in the teaching of the visual arts education (VAE) in national teachers’ colleges (NTCs) in Uganda. The study adopted a qualitative approach where tutors’ and pre-service visual arts teachers’ (PVATs) views about the challenges facing them in the teaching and learning in visual arts were expressed. Data were collected from two pur­posively selected NTCs, and ten tutors. Yet, the 48 second year PVATs who participated in this study, were randomly selected from the many who were available. The researchers used interviews, document reviews and focus group discussions to collect data. The findings show that the challenges facing tutors in the teaching of visual arts have a great impact on what PVATs learn. Some visual art disciplines have too much content to be covered within a short period of two years. There is a general lack of teaching resources, such as art materials, tools and equipment, textbooks, and inadequate teaching space. The researchers recommended the reduction of the content of some visual art disciplines to fit the available time; provide art materials, tools and equipment as well as adequate teaching space which would allow the use of more appropriate teaching methods which would avail tutors with the opportunity to perform to their expectations in visual arts teaching.
      PubDate: Wed, 26 May 2021 02:55:44 +000
       
  • Project-Based Learning and E-Portfolios for Preservice Teachers in
           Japanese Language Education

    • Abstract: This study involved classroom action research that aimed to 1) develop the learning management competency for preservice teachers using the project-based learning approach and e-portfolios and 2) study the reflection of those preservice teachers in terms of learning management using the project-based learning approach and e-portfolios. The target groups for this research comprised 27 fourth-year students of the Teaching Japanese Language Program, Faculty of Education, Khon Kaen University. I divided the research tools into two categories: (a) tools for learning management (four learning management plans and teaching logs) and (b) tools for collecting research data (the portfolio assessment form and e-portfolios). The research results revealed the project-based learning approach and e-portfolios improved the Japanese language and culture learning management competency in each indicator at different levels; in addition, the results reflected the Japanese language and culture learning management focusing on learners and the use of learning materials stimulated learners’ interest and systematic working and helped them appreciate the efficiency of work and ability to work with others.
      PubDate: Wed, 26 May 2021 02:53:40 +000
       
  • Developing an Ecological Approach to the Strategic Implementation of UDL
           in Higher Education

    • Abstract: This paper argues that, as Canadian Higher Education campuses embark on large scale Universal Design for Learning (UDL) implementation, it is essential for them to take the time to strategically consider inherent institutional challenges before pushing ahead. As a result, it is argued that ecological theory will represent a unique and powerful lens in this process of implementation. The first section of the paper examines two inherent dangers being perpetuated in current UDL drives on the vast majority of Canadian campuses that have embarked on this adventure: (i) overreliance on disability service providers, and (ii) a conceptualization of UDL work in silos. The second half of the paper focuses on solutions, and on the idea of developing a strategic approach to UDL integration framed around ecological theory. The paper draws on an analysis of phenomenological data emerging from the author’s own lived experience as a consultant responding regularly to the needs of post-secondary campuses with regards to the institutional adoption of UDL.
      PubDate: Wed, 26 May 2021 02:52:39 +000
       
  • Impact of Covid-19 on Teaching and Learning in Africa Assessed by the
           Education Unions

    • Abstract: The study investigated the situation and views of the Education International (EI) member unions in Africa regarding the Covid-19 pandemic. The EI, a global body of education unions with over 32.5 million members in 384 unions across 178 countries in the world, is a critical global education stakeholder. It commissioned this study to obtain evidence to inform its policies about the pandemic. The primary data are based on the opinions of union leaders from 58 education unions in 34 African countries who responded to a semi-structured online questionnaire, while additionally, thirteen union leaders across the African countries and the Chief Regional Coordinator of the EI Africa Region were interviewed. The findings revealed a massive disruption of education, exacerbated educational inequalities, teachers’ poor digital skills and lack of infrastructure, and increased vulnerability of the marginalized learners shut out of school. Recommendations were made for EI, African Union and Governments.
      PubDate: Thu, 20 May 2021 02:03:52 +000
       
  • Were Higher Education Institutions Communication Strategies Well Suited
           for the COVID-19 Pandemic'

    • Abstract: The immediacy of the COVID-19 pandemic highlighted the sheer importance of internal and external communication with stakeholders. Universities had to rapidly grasp an unfolding and fast-changing crisis, gauge their level of preparedness, review decision and implementation processes, devise strategies, and adapt communication approaches. This exploratory study conducts a literature review in order to identify relevant studies that address how higher education institutions communicated to their stakeholders during the COVID-19 pandemic. The review of the literature revealed that although many higher education institutions had disaster recovery plans in place, few were well-equipped for a disruption of global proportions. Using a grounded theory approach, five important themes emerged from the relevant studies.
      PubDate: Thu, 20 May 2021 02:02:44 +000
       
 
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