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Eurasian Journal of Educational Research

2012 Volume 49, Number

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Number of articles: 3

  1. Application of Computerized Adaptive Testing to Entrance Examination for Graduate Studies in Turkey

    Okan Bulut & Adnan Kan

    Problem Statement: Computerized adaptive testing (CAT) is a sophisticated and efficient way of delivering examinations. In CAT, items for each examinee are selected from an item bank based on the... More

    pp. 61-80

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  2. The Effect of Personality on Cyberbullying among University Students in Turkey

    Serkan Çelik, Hasan Atak & Atilla Erguzen

    Problem Statement: Cyberbullying is associated with significant psychological issues among young people such as depression, emotional distress, low self-esteem, and poor academic achievement. It is... More

    pp. 129-150

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  3. How to Teach Critical-Thinking in Social Studies Education: An Examination of Three NCSS Journals

    Ülkü S. Karabulut

    Problem Statement: Teaching a student critical-thinking skills has always been an important mission of social studies education. Over the years, literature and scholarly interest in critical... More

    pp. 197-214

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