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Elementary Students’ Scientific Epistemological Beliefs in Relation to Socio-Economic Status and Gender
The current study explored students’ scientific epistemological beliefs in relation to socio-economic status (SES) and gender. Eight grade Turkish elementary school students participated in the study. The analysis indicated that students with a working mother and educated parents as well as greater number of books at home together with a separate study room are more likely to have tentative views and less likely to have fixed views about science compared to students with unemployed mother, uneducated parents, less books at home, and no separate study room.
Updated: May. 19, 2011
Turkish Preservice Science Teachers’ Efficacy Beliefs Regarding Science Teaching and their Beliefs about Classroom Management
The article explored Turkish preservice teachers science teaching and science efficacy. 584 teachers were tested utilizing the Science Teaching Efficacy Belief Instrument and the attitudes and beliefs on classroom control (ABCC) inventory and data analysis indicated that preservice science teachers generally expressed positive efficacy beliefs regarding science teaching.
Updated: Jul. 30, 2008