The Evaluation Of The Ideas Of 4th And 5th Class Students On Student-Centered Science Teaching (Erzurum City Sample)

Gürbüz OCAK*, İclal OCAK
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Abstract


The primary goal of student-centered education is to help student learn by himself. In this model, it is of greater importance for the student to evaluate, know himself and expres his/her ideas freely. In this context, the basic purpose of this study is to evaluate the opinions and ideas of the 4th and 5th class students on science-centered education. The data obtained by questionnaire have been evaluated by statistics. At the end of the study, it has been concluded that the students in general have given support to student-centered science teaching.

 


Keywords


Student-centered education, science.

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