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Beliefs about the Consistency of Primary School Teaching Undergraduate Program and Perceptions on the Efficiency of Pre-Service Education

The aim of this study is to determine the effects of beliefs on the consistency of primary school teaching undergraduate program, which was put into practice by The Council of Higher Education on 2018-2019 academic year, on teaching planning and implementation and relations with students, professionals, managers, parents and society, which is one of the sub-dimensions of perception scale related to adequacy of pre-service education. This research conducted in a screening model is a cross-sectional-correlational screening.  As a matter of fact, the aim of Cross-sectional-Correlational screening is to test some correlational results over the instant photograph of the sample group in which the research was conducted in a certain time interval. The study group of this research consisted of 74 teacher candidates who study at 2nd grade of primary school teaching in 2019-2020 academic year fall semester in the faculty of education at a university from Western Black Sea region in Turkey. In the research, “Beliefs of Elementary Mathematics Teacher Candidates About the Consistency of Teacher Training Program Scale, which was developed by Tatto, Ingvarson, Schwille, Peck, Senk and Rowley (2008) and adapted to Turkish by Aydın and Celik (2017), and “Teacher Perception Scale Regarding the Adequacy of Pre-service Education” developed by Kozikoglu and Senemoglu (2018) was used. SPSS and SmartPLS programs were used in the analysis of the research data. According to the results of the analysis, it has been determined that the beliefs of teacher candidates about the consistency of the teacher training program were high, and perceptions of the teacher candidates about the adequacy of pre-service training are good in total and sub-dimensions of the scale. Both of the hypotheses put forward in this study were accepted as a result of statistical analysis. In other words, the beliefs about the consistency of the teacher training program developed for primary school teacher candidates have been found to affect positively the perceptions related to the planning and implementation of teaching, which is one of the sub-dimensions of perceptions about the adequacy of pre-service training, and the adequacy of the program for students, professionals, administrators, parents and society

Primary School Teaching Undergraduate Program, Effect, Belief, Consistency


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