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Assessing In-service Teachers' Instructional Beliefs about Student-centered Education: A Turkish Perspective
The main purpose of this research is to investigate in-service teachers' instructional beliefs about student-centered education. The inventory was designed to measure teachers' student-centered educational beliefs based on four components of the educational curriculum. A quantitative research analysis showed that in-service teachers held positive beliefs about student-centered education.
Updated: Mar. 30, 2009
The article describes the effectiveness of an educational methods course for early childhood education. Based on a constructionist believe teaching principles, 78 of early childhood education preservice teachers who were enrolled in this course filled out the Teacher Belief Survey at the beginning and end of the 15-week course. Results from both quantitative and qualitative data analysis indicated that participation in the teaching methods course had significantly increased constructionist believes.
Updated: Sep. 04, 2008