Six hat thinking technique in program evaluation: the evaluation of the quality of mathematics teacher training program in Turkey
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CitationErişen, Y. ve Katmer bayraklı, V. (2016). Six hat thinking technique in program evaluation: the evaluation of the quality of mathematics teacher training program in Turkey. International Online Journal of Education Sciences. 8(4), s. 31-45.
In this research, the aim was to get the primary school mathematics teacher training program evaluated by the prospective teachers by using the six hat thinking technique. In this study, phenomenology, which is a qualitative research design, was used. The participants of the study consisted of 18 senior university students who are prospective teachers and were chosen considering their experiences in the program. The data were collected by means of a written form on which the prospective teachers expressed their ideas about the program under each hat. The data collected were subject to content analysis. Result of the research show that the opinions of prospective teachers’ on the quality of the mathematics teacher training program were gathered under the following themes: the curriculum, teaching staff, educational environment and their occupation. In conclusion, prospective teachers have positive and negative opinions about quality of mathematics teacher training program. Aspects of the curriculum were emphasized by the prospective teachers in all the themes that emerged.
SourceInternational Online Journal of Educational Sciences
- Makale Koleksiyonu 
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