Investigation of the Screen Reading Self-Efficacy Perceptions of Turkish Language and Literature and Turkish Teacher Candidates Perspective

Abdulkadir Kirbas, Mesut Bulut
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Abstract


The rapid development of information technologies in the century we live in has caused significant changes in the field of education. Today, in the information age, traditional reading models with printed materials such as books, newspapers, and magazines have been replaced by reading computers, mobile phones, presentations, and billboards. Thus, information is conveyed to students at all levels through tools such as computers, the Internet, CDs, videos, and printed materials during the education process. It has become necessary to understand the importance of this type of reading, screen reading, in the process of native language teaching and to use it effectively in practice. In this study, it was aimed to examine the Screen Reading Self-Efficacy Perceptions of Turkish Language and Literature and Turkish Teacher Candidates in terms of variables such as age, gender, income level, frequency of internet use, etc. The sample group of this study in the survey model consists of 379 Turkish Language and Literature and Turkish Language Teacher candidates studying at a university in the east of Turkey. The research data was collected with the screen reading self-efficacy perception scale (Ulu, 2018), which has three subcategories: understanding, page management, and eye health dimension. As a result of the research, it is seen that the Screen Reading Self-Efficacy Perceptions of Turkish Language and Literature and Turkish Teacher Candidates are generally in favor of screen reading. Additionally, as a result of the research, it was concluded that Turkish Language and Literature and Turkish Language Teacher candidates' gender and basic computer skills differ in their screen reading perceptions.


Keywords


Turkish Language, Teacher and Turkish Language and Literature, teacher candidates, screen reading perceptions, self-efficacy, investigation

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Kirbas, A. & Bulut, M. (2024). Investigation of the screen reading self-efficacy perceptions of Turkish Language and Literature and Turkish teacher candidates. International Journal of Education in Mathematics, Science, and Technology (IJEMST), 12(3), 621-641. https://doi.org/10.46328/ijemst.3958




DOI: https://doi.org/10.46328/ijemst.3958

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