Wednesday, March 23
5:30 PM-7:00 PM
CEST
Harborside Center

An analysis on the relationship between lifelong learning tendencies of pre-service teachers and their epistemological believes on Internet

Poster/Demo ID: 48942
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    Şahin Gökçearslan
    Gazi University
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    Funda Kamel Erdoğdu
    Ankara University
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    Tuğra Karademir
    Ankara University

Abstract: The aim of this study is to examine the relationship between lifelong learning tendencies of pre-service teachers and their epistemological believes on internet. The research was carried out in four government Universities, in Turkey, 2015-2016 with 119 pre-service teacher. In research Lifelong Learning Tendencies Scale and Internet-Specific Epistemological Belief Scale were used as data collection tools. It was made use of Pearson Moments Product Correlation Coefficient Analyze method to compute the data’s. At the end of this research, it is concluded that there is a significant relationship with lifelong learning tendency and Internet-specific epistemological belief on a low level. In terms of the relationship between sub-dimensions, the dimension of learning motivation can be said to be significant in terms of explaining the relationship between the two variables

Presider: Mehmet Ali Ozer, New Mexico State University

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