Volume 13 Number 1

Published: 31 July 2020

Responsible Editor: Iuliana Zsoldos-Marchis

 

 

Articles


1. Dilşad GÜVEN AKDENIZ (Turkey), Yüksel DEDE (Turkey): Normatıve aspects of ınstructıonal plannıng actıvıtıes of mathematıcs teacher candıdates, 1-12, DOI: 10.24193/adn.13.1.1

2. Nusirat Bolanle YUSUF (Nigeria): Colleges of Education Students’ Awareness of Use of Multiple Representations in Explaining Chemistry Concepts in Kwara State, Nigeria, 13-18, DOI: 10.24193/adn.13.1.2

3. Gábor GEDA (Hungary), Csaba BIRÓ (Hungary): A possible way to develop algorithmic thinking, 19-28, DOI: 10.24193/adn.13.1.3

4. Melike ÖZÜDOĞRU (Turkey): The Use of a Student Response System in Teacher Training Classrooms and Its Effect on Classroom Environment, 29-42, DOI: 10.24193/adn.13.1.4

5. Feride OZYILDIRIM-GUMUS (Turkey), Gulnar OZYILDIRIM (Turkey): Reflectıve Thınkıng and Probabılıstıc Thınkıng: An Example of Elementary School Students, 43-56, DOI: 10.24193/adn.13.1.5

6. Carmen Alina POPA (Romania), Laura Nicoleta BOCHIȘ (Romania), Simona CHIȘ (Romania): Integrated Teaching Approach of the Curriculum in Readiness Grade, 57-64, DOI: 10.24193/adn.13.1.6

7. Sándor KIRÁLY (Hungary), Tamás BALLA (Hungary): The effectiveness of a fully gamified programming course after combining with serious games, 65-76, DOI: 10.24193/adn.13.1.7

8. Irena GOLUBOVIĆ-ILIĆ (Republic of Serbia), Ivana ĆIRKOVIĆ-MILADINOVIĆ (Republic of Serbia): Learning science in preschool by using research approach, 77-86, DOI: 10.24193/adn.13.1.8

9. Francisco Regis Vieira ALVES (Brazil), Paula Maria Machado Cruz CATARINO (Portugal), Renata Passos Machado VIEIRA (Brazil), Milena Carolina dos Santos MANGUEIRA (Brazil): Teaching recurrent sequences in Brazil using historical facts and graphical illustrations, 87-104, DOI: 10.24193/adn.13.1.9

10. Gül ÖZÜDOĞRU (Turkey), Hasan ÇAKIR (Turkey): An Investigation of the Effects of Digital Storytelling Activities on Engagement and Writing Self-Efficacy, 105-116, DOI: 10.24193/adn.13.1.10

11. Berna CANTÜRK GÜNHAN (Turkey): The Mediating Role of Prospective Mathematics Teachers’ Beliefs on the Relationship between Perceptions and Attitudes, 117-126, DOI: 10.24193/adn.13.1.11

12. Çiğdem ARSLAN (Turkey): Examining the relationship between 5-8th grade students' test anxiety and mathematics anxiety, 127-137, DOI: 10.24193/adn.13.1.12

13. Funda OKUŞLUK (Turkey), Fatma YAZAR (Turkey), Ayda GÖK (Turkey), Fatih ÖZDEMİR (Turkey), Ali ALBAYRAK (Turkey): An application sample based on the stem approach with entrepreneurship: colors, 138-153, DOI: 10.24193/adn.13.1.13

14. Abdulrasaq Oladimeji AKANBI (Nigeria), Abdulrazaq SHEHU (Nigeria): Influence of time-of-day of instruction on the performance of senior school students in physics in Ilorin, Nigeria, 154-163, DOI: 10.24193/adn.13.1.14

15. Serdar ARCAGOK (Turkey), Durmuş OZBASI (Turkey): An Investigation of Preschool Instructional Materials: A Mixed Method Study with Many Facet Rasch and Nvivo, 164-182, DOI: 10.24193/adn.13.1.15

16. Petronela TUDORACHE (Romania): International view on the Evolution of the e-Learning  in the Romanian Higher Education Institutions, 183-188, DOI: 10.24193/adn.13.1.16

17. Funda AYDIN-GÜÇ (Turkey), Mihriban HACISALIHOĞLU-KARADENIZ (Turkey): Determination of Students’ Performance in Tessellations, 189-200, DOI: 10.24193/adn.13.1.17