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Evaluating an online professional learning community as a context for professional development in classroom-based research
This study examines how an online training into teacher research has been evaluated in relation to the three main elements of the community of inquiry framework (CoI): teaching, social, and cognitive presences. We held the ...
Investigating the impacts of coaching and mentoring through induction on the experienced teachers
(IGI Global, 2021-06)
Since induction programs are generally implemented for beginning teachers, those designed in response to experienced teachers' pedagogical needs are rare, and their impacts on these teachers are not so widely researched. ...
Investigating the perceptions of students on the use of L1 in departmental courses in a Turkish EMI university
(Gazi Yabancı Diller Derneği, 2020-06-30)
This paper reports on an investigation of Turkish English-medium university students’ perceptions of the use of L1 in departmental courses in a Turkish foundation university, where the medium of instruction is English. ...
Establishing teacher presence in online teaching
(TESOL International Association, 2021-03-08)
This resource aims to provide some hints for teachers to have a stronger teacher visibility and presence in online education.
Exploring source use, discourse features and their relation to proficiency in source-based writing assessment in a turkish eap context
(Karadeniz Technical University, 2020-06)
Source-based writing, using content from reading texts into writing, constitutes a prominent aspect of academic writing. Both research and classroom practice have demonstrated that effective use of sources poses challenges ...
Native English speaking teachers as cosmopolitans or citizens of the world: An anthropological study in Istanbul, Turkey
The study of cosmopolitans – citizens of the world— and cosmopolitanism, traceable to ancient Greece, has, after a long decline in interest, made a strong comeback in social sciences since the 1990s, particularly in sociology ...
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