Search results for: Yilmaz-Tuzun Ozgul
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Preservice Elementary Science Teachers’ Connections among Aspects of NOS: Toward a Consistent, Overarching Framework
This research examined the connections elementary preservice science teachers made among various aspects of nature of science (NOS). Data analysis focused on preservice teachers’ ability to connect their understandings of the various aspects of NOS to one another. 43 of preservice teachers made connections among NOS aspects and generally, these connections were emphasized at the end of the semester following the intervention.
Updated: Dec. 27, 2015
Turkish Preservice Science Teachers’ Informal Reasoning Regarding Socioscientific Issues and the Factors Influencing Their Informal Reasoning
In this study, the authors explore Turkish preservice science teachers’ informal reasoning regarding socioscientific issues and the factors influencing their informal reasoning. The authors found that the factors influencing informal reasoning were: personal experiences, social considerations, moral-ethical considerations, and technological concerns.
Updated: Jan. 28, 2013
A scale was created to examine preservice elementary teachers comfort about reforms teaching methods, assessment techniques, classroom management techniques, and science content. The study included 166 participants from three American universities. Analysis revealed correlations among confidence levels with assessment techniques, classroom management, teaching methods' and science methods.
Updated: Oct. 24, 2008