Inonu University Journal of the Faculty of Education
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ISSN 1300-2899 | e-ISSN 2149-9683 | Period Tri-annual | Founded: 2002 | Publisher Inonu University | http://dergipark.gov.tr/inuefd

Inonu University Journal of the Faculty of Education (INUJFE) is a refereed open access electronic journal devoted to the dissemination, criticism, interpretation, and encouragement, interpretation, and encouragement of all forms of systematic enquiry into education and fields related to or associated with education. Our audience includes members of government education departments, school boards, school councils, faculties of education, parent organizations, school staff, and a broad audience of persons interested in educational issues.

INUJFE is published triannually in the Spring, Summer and Fall by the Faculty of Education, Inonu University, in Malatya, Turkey. It was founded by the Faculty of Education of Inonu University in 2000. The journal publishes articles related to all educational issues from early childhood to adult and continuing education, special education, vocational and professional education, curriculum, educational administration, policy and planning, educational research techniques, etc.

The Editorial Board invites submissions related to various educational issues. Submissions can take various forms:

·         articles on current quantitative or qualitative research

·         conceptual papers

·         reflective commentaries on published submissions, etc.


INUJFE is indexed by ULAKBIM (TR DİZİN)EBSCOHost Education Research CompleteIndex CopernicusDOAJ Open AccessSOBIAD 

Inonu University Journal of the Faculty of Education

ISSN 1300-2899 | e-ISSN 2149-9683 | Period Tri-annual | Founded: 2002 | Publisher Inonu University | http://dergipark.gov.tr/inuefd
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Inonu University Journal of the Faculty of Education (INUJFE) is a refereed open access electronic journal devoted to the dissemination, criticism, interpretation, and encouragement, interpretation, and encouragement of all forms of systematic enquiry into education and fields related to or associated with education. Our audience includes members of government education departments, school boards, school councils, faculties of education, parent organizations, school staff, and a broad audience of persons interested in educational issues.

INUJFE is published triannually in the Spring, Summer and Fall by the Faculty of Education, Inonu University, in Malatya, Turkey. It was founded by the Faculty of Education of Inonu University in 2000. The journal publishes articles related to all educational issues from early childhood to adult and continuing education, special education, vocational and professional education, curriculum, educational administration, policy and planning, educational research techniques, etc.

The Editorial Board invites submissions related to various educational issues. Submissions can take various forms:

·         articles on current quantitative or qualitative research

·         conceptual papers

·         reflective commentaries on published submissions, etc.


INUJFE is indexed by ULAKBIM (TR DİZİN)EBSCOHost Education Research CompleteIndex CopernicusDOAJ Open AccessSOBIAD 

Volume 19 - Issue 1 - Apr 2018
  1. A Review on Opinions of Preservice Teachers on the Electronic Portfolio: The Example of Weebly
    Pages 1 - 14
    Barış Çukurbaşı, Mübin Kıyıcı
  2. Examining the Basic Psychological Needs of Middle School Students on Mathematics
    Pages 15 - 30
    Deniz KAYA
  3. Comparing the Scale Values Obtained from Pairwise Comparison Scaling Method and Rasch Analysis
    Pages 31 - 48
    Neşe GÜLER, Mustafa İLHAN, Gülşen TAŞDELEN TEKER
  4. Effect of Problem Based Learning Activities about Coenzymes on Undergraduates' Achievement and Attitude toward Biochemistry Lesson
    Pages 49 - 65
    Ayfer Mutlu, Hülya Ayar Kayalı
  5. Analysis of Science Achievements of Middle School Students in TEOG Exam in Terms of Some Variables
    Pages 66 - 81
    Sezayi OKUTAN, İkramettin DAŞDEMİR
  6. Examination of the Relationship between Teachers’ Cyberbullying Awareness and Online Technologies Self-Efficacy (İstanbul Silivri Sample)
    Pages 82 - 100
    Aslı GÜRPINAR, Ebru OĞUZ
  7. Exploring Students’ Views about Healthy Nutrition by Using Draw and Write Technique
    Pages 101 - 118
    MURAT OZARSLAN, Gülcan ÇETİN
  8. What Do the Research About Preschool Inclusion in Turkey Tell Us?*
    Pages 119 - 150
    Hatice BAKKALOĞLU, Betül YILMAZ, Nilüfer ALTUN-KÖNEZ, Gülistan YALÇIN
  9. The Investigation of the Belongings Requirements of the Students to their University with the Various Variables
    Pages 151 - 173
    Ömer KARAMAN, Yüksel ÇIRAK
  10. Writing Skills’ Level Of Students Studying At Turcology Departments In Poland
    Pages 174 - 184
    Cem ERDEM
  11. A Study into the Effective Communication and Social Skills of Preschool Children
    Pages 185 - 199
    Derya ATABEY
  12. The Relationship between International Students` Attitude toward the University Website and University Attractiveness
    Pages 200 - 211
    Yaser ARSLAN, Evren ŞUMUER, Soner POLAT
  13. Atomic Theories That Preservice Science Teachers Confuse and Underlying Reasons
    Pages 212 - 220
    Volkan BİLİR, Azize DİGİLLİ BARAN, Sedat KARAÇAM
  14. Effects of Coloring Mandalas on Test Anxiety
    Pages 221 - 229
    Başaran GENÇDOĞAN, Semanur KODAN ÇETİNKAYA, Esra GÜMÜŞ
  15. The Effect of the Decision Making Skills Education Programme on the Preschool Children’s Decision Making Skills
    Pages 230 - 244
    Serpil PEKDOĞAN, İlkay ULUTAŞ
  16. School Counselor’s Opinions About Their Competence of Child Counseling
    Pages 245 - 256
    Emine Feyza AKTAŞ, Selen DEMİRTAŞ ZORBAZ
  17. Systematic Investigation of Organizational Culture and Climate Studies: A Content Analysis
    Pages 257 - 275
    Ferudun SEZGİN, Emre SÖNMEZ
  18. Middle School Studentsʹ Metaphors of Scientific Inquiry
    Pages 276 - 286
    Zeynep KOYUNLU ÜNLÜ, İlbilge DÖKME
  19. Teaching and Learning Beliefs of Preservice Science Teachers from Different Grade Levels
    Pages 287 - 296
    Erdal ŞENOCAK, Cemal TOSUN
  20. Investigation of 5th Grade Students’ Awareness about Chemical and Organic Fertilizers: An Action Research
    Pages 297 - 314
    Ümran Betül CEBESOY, Büşra AYAZ
  21. The ways school principals meet the needs that require financial resources in primary schools
    Pages 315 - 334
    Asiye TOKER GÖKÇE, Ömer Faruk USLU
  22. The Opinions of School Administrators about Social Media
    Pages 335 - 355
    Münir ŞAHİN, Mehmet ÜSTÜNER