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This is the presentation of the article "Who Achieves Better" that I have presented in WCES2009

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  • Nazime TUNCAY & Hüseyin UZUNBOYLU 05.02.2009 Who Achieves Better? Presented by Nazime Tuncay Authors: World Conference on Educational Sciences 2009 Title:
  • 05.02.2009 World Conference on Educational Sciences 2009 [email_address]
  • 05.02.2009 Presented by Nazime Tuncay Computer Education & Instructional Technology Teacher Education (CEIT) students Physical Education and Sport Teacher Education (PESTE) students English Language Teaching (ELT) students A BLENDED DISTANCE EDUCATION COURSE IS DELIVERED TO.. World Conference on Educational Sciences 2009 [email_address]
  • 05.02.2009 Form2 and Form3 Teacher education learners, ages differing between 19 and 21 attended a blended learning course (in Spring, 2008). In particular, there were 41 CEIT, 40 ELT and 42 PESTE students from Near East University (NEU). ELT students had better English language skills, CEIT students had better computer language skills and PESTE students had lower computer skills and english language skills. World Conference on Educational Sciences 2009 [email_address]
  • 05.02.2009
    • same instructor,
    • same course subjects,
    • same exam,
    • same online web-page
    • same interview questions.
    These three groups of learners had the Course was:
    • In Turkish (because students native language was Turkish)
    • student-centered
    • constructivist learning perspective
    World Conference on Educational Sciences 2009 [email_address]
    • A questionarrie cosisting of multiple choice questions, short answered questions and matching questions was prepared.
    • In order to evaluate the items in the exam, experts evaluation (n = 17) was wanted.
    • Under the suggestions of experts, necessary corrections were done to the draft form.
    • Hense, content validity was maintained by the help of the educational technologist experts.
    End-of Course Exam: World Conference on Educational Sciences 2009 [email_address] 05.02.2009
    • SPSS 16 was used.
    • One way ANOVA was used to analyse the differences between the three groups of learners.
    • Significance was set at the 0.05 level of confidence.
    DATA ANALYSIS: World Conference on Educational Sciences 2009 [email_address] 05.02.2009
  • RESULTS 1: World Conference on Educational Sciences 2009 [email_address] 05.02.2009 Department N Mean Std. Deviation Std. Error CEIT 41 62.04 27.83 4.34 ELT 40 77.10 18.95 3.00 PESTE 42 47.33 28.57 4.57
  • RESULTS 2: World Conference on Educational Sciences 2009 [email_address] 05.02.2009 (I) department (J) department Mean Difference (I-J) Std. Error Sig. CEIT ELT PESTE -15.06 14.70 5.77 5.70 .03 .03 ELT CEIT PESTE 15.06 29.77 5.77 5.74 .03 .00 PESTE CEIT ELT -14.70 -29.77 5.70 5.74 .03 .00
  • ELT STUDENTS CEIT STUDENTS PESTE STUDENTS TO SUM UP World Conference on Educational Sciences 2009 [email_address] This study is limited with the 123 students in NEU. 05.02.2009
  • Thank you for listening! Dinlediğiniz için teşekkür ederim! Ευχαριστώ που με ακούσατε! Ich danke Ihnen für Ihre Aufmerksamkeit! Merci pour l'écoute! Vă mulţumim pentru a asculta! Gracias por escuchar! Grazie per l'ascolto! Благодаря ви за слушане! 聞いていただき、ありがとうございます! 感謝您聽! Salamat sa pakikinig! Köszönöm, hogy meghallgattak! Terima kasih untuk mendengarkan! Muito obrigado pela atenção! Tack för att ni lyssnade! World Conference on Educational Sciences 2009 [email_address] 05.02.2009