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Research in Social Sciences and Technology

May 29, 2016 Volume 1, Number 1



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Number of articles: 5

  1. Virtually Ready? Pre-service teachers' perceptions of a virtual internship experience

    Stewart Waters & William Russell

    The purpose of this phenomenological study was to understand the experiences of six secondary pre-service teachers that completed a semester long internship with a supervising mentor at a virtual... More

  2. A Prediction for Teacher Commitment; Effects of Managerial Style, Burnout and Demographics

    Gökhan Demirhan & Cemil Yücel

    The Purpose of this study is to determine the effects of managerial style, teacher burnout and demographics on teacher commitment. In accordance with this aim, a quantitative casual research design... More

  3. Innovation and Education

    Bulent Tarman

    We are living in a world that is changing rapidly and becoming more globalized. Especially the changes in the areas of science, technology and economy are becoming effective in the areas like... More

  4. Turkish Pre-Service Teachers' Experiences with Contemporary Technology Games and Perceptions About Teaching with Instructional Games

    Ummugulsum Korkmaz & Zeynep Yutrtseven Avci

    The present study investigates pre-service teachers' experience about playing technology games and their opinions about using contemporary technology to play games as an instructional tool. The... More

  5. Teachers' Attitudes Toward the Use of Technology in Social Studies Teaching

    Emin Kilinc, Seray Kilinc, Mehmet Kaya, Enis Başer, Hafize Er Türküresin & Alper Kesten

    Technology integration in education is one of the most popular topics in the last decades. Many countries have invested millions of dollars to equip classrooms with technological devices. As well... More