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Pepe, Kadir – Educational Research and Reviews, 2011
This study is a descriptive study based on the screening model, and was conducted in order to inquire the effect of games and the relation between gender and class success variables and game preferences in primary school students. The universe of the study was the primary schools in city center in Province of Burdur and the sample group of the…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Games, Females, Age Differences
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Tezci, Erdogan – Educational Technology Research and Development, 2011
The current study aimed at identifying Turkish primary school teachers' perceptions of school culture regarding ICT integration in education. In addition, the current study was designed to investigate factors that might influence their perceptions. The participants were 1540 primary school teachers. The findings revealed that the teachers'…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, School Culture, Computer Uses in Education, Internet
Kuzu, Abdullah – Online Submission, 2009
Increasing use of information and communication technologies (ICTs) help individuals to solve several everyday problems, which used to be harder, more complicated and time consuming. Even though ICTs provide individuals with many advantages, they might also serve as grounds for several societal and ethical problems which vary in accordance with…
Descriptors: Copyrights, Content Analysis, Ethics, Interviews
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Deryakulu, Deniz; Olkun, Sinan – Educational Technology & Society, 2007
This study, using content analysis technique, examined the types of job-related problems that the Turkish computer teachers experienced and the types of social support provided by reciprocal discussions in an online forum. Results indicated that role conflict, inadequate teacher induction policies, lack of required technological infrastructure and…
Descriptors: Technical Support, Feedback (Response), Social Support Groups, Informal Education