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ACADEMIC RESEARCH IN SOCIAL, HUMAN AND ADMINISTRATIVE SCIENCES-II

INSTRUMENT TEACHERS BELIEFS RELATED TO SELF-REGULATED LEARNING

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Uğur Alpagut, Ersin Turhal

Rapid changes in our lifestyles in the age of information and technology have influenced many aspects of life as well as changing our understanding of today’s education and as a result of this they leave the concept of learning to the “student” centered understanding of learning centered education. The self-regulated learning strategy, which is regarded as a continuation of social learning theory, can also be defined as the assumption of responsibility for the learners’ own learning environment. Instrumental education, which is an indispensable dimension of music education, is still mostly centered on learners, where current approaches to education / teaching differ from traditional “master / apprentice” understanding. This study was carried out with the aim of revealing the beliefs of the instrument teachers about self-organized learning. Forty six (N: 46) teachers who attended instrumental training in five institutions were reached in the study, two of whom from the Department of Music Teaching at the Faculty of Education in the Western Black Sea, East Marmara and Central Anatolia regions, two of whom from the High School of Fine Arts and one of whom from the Conservatory. In this research, Ozan, C., Çelik, N., & Kıncal, RY (2014), a researcher named “Self-Regulated Learning Teacher Belief Scale” developed by Lombaerts, De Backer, Engels, van Braak and Athanasou Self-regulated learning teacher belief scale “was used. Mann Whitney-U test and Kruskal Wallis-H tests were used for the non-parametric tests and Pearson correlation was applied for correlation analysis because the data did not show normal distribution. It is revealed that the beliefs about self-organized learning are positive when there is no meaningful difference in the demographic characteristics of the teachers working in instrument education in the research results. As a result of the research, it is assumed that instrument teachers recommend self-regulated learning approach.

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Research and Development on Social Sciences

FIFTY YEAR OF TURKISH TELEVISION BROADCASTING IN THE BALKANS: 1969-2019

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Ersoy Soydan

Turkish TV broadcasting in Balkans firstly started on 16th April, 1969, in Macedonia Television, in Skopje. Following Macedonia Television, Pristina Television in Kosovo started Turkish broadcasting in 1974. Turkish television broadcasting is important for keeping Turkish language and culture alive and still being one of the most important witnesses of Turk existence in Balkans. In this study, Turkish television broadcasting in Balkans is described from the beginning to the day with the emerging developments in countries having these broadcastings. Today, with a population of about 1.4 million Turks, there is no TV channel broadcasting in Turkish 24/7. But within Macedonia, Kosovo, Gagauzia and Bulgaria state televisions; and in two private television channels in Romania and Macedonia broadcasting in Turkish in limited times. This study is limited to Turkish television broadcasting in Balkan countries. The fifty years of Turkish television broadcasts in five countries are described. But Turkish television broadcastings from Turkey can be watched thorough the Balkans via satellite broadcastings and internet. Therefore the importance and function of broadcastings those from Turkey for Balkan Turks was highlighted.

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XV. European Conference on Social and Behavioral Sciences

RECEP IVEDIK FILMS AND VALUES

2018 •

Melike DOĞAN ŞEN

The films appeal to both the vision and the audio. Films facilitate upskilling cognitive and emotional qualification to students which provide memorability. Especially the use of films in the education of values covering abstract educational attainment allows the values to be presented in a concrete way. It also makes it easy to translate values into behavior. Recep Ivedik films have achieved significant successes since the beginning of their debut and are a current example. The purpose of the research is to examine the films of Recep Ivedik according to the Schwartz Values List. The qualitative research method was used in the study, datas were collected by the the method of document analysis. The obtained data were analyzed by descriptive analysis method. The most emphasized values in the films are; benevolence in the first series, power in the second series, tradition in the third series, benevolence in the fourth series and the of successlast series. When all the series are taken into consideration, the most emphasized value is benevolence, while the least mentioned value is hedonism. Consequently, it can be said that Recep Ivedik films emphasize universal values. When considered the scenes in which values are emphasized, it can be said that films include positive messages for social, communal and values education.

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