Yıl 2018, Cilt 26, Sayı 2, Sayfalar 271 - 280 2018-03-15

Kaynaştırma Eğitimi ile ilgili Düşünce, Tutum ve Endişe Ölçeğinin Türkçe Formunun Geçerlik ve Güvenirlik Çalışması
The Validity and Reliability Study of Turkish Version of the Sentiments Attitudes and Concerns about Inclusive Education Scale

Nurcan Cansız [1] , Mustafa Cansız [2]

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Bu çalışmanın amacı, Loreman, Earle, Sharma ve Forlin'in (2007) geliştirdikleri Sentiments, Attitudes, and Concerns about Inclusive Education (SACIE) ölçeğini Türkçeye uyarlamaktır. Türkçe formun yapı geçerliğini incelemek amacıyla 304 öğretmen adayından toplanan veriye Açımlayıcı Faktör Analizi uygulanmıştır. Sonrasında ölçek, 368 öğretmen adayına uygulanmış ve elde edilen veriye Doğrulayıcı Faktör Analizi yapılmıştır. Açımlayıcı faktör analizi ölçeğin Düşünce, Tutum ve Endişe olarak üç faktörlü yapısını ortaya koymuştur. Doğrulayıcı faktör analizi de toplamda 19 maddeden oluşan üç faktörlü ölçek yapısını desteklemiştir. Diğer taraftan ölçek, öğretmen adaylarının özyeterliklerini ortaya koymada makul bir yordama geçerliği göstermiştir. Ölçeğin Türkçeye uyarlanmasının önemi tartışılmıştır.

The purpose of this study is to translate and adapt the Sentiments Attitudes and Concerns about Inclusive Education Scale (SACIE) for use in the Turkish context. For this purpose, translated version of SACIE was administered to 304 and 368 preservice teachers (PTs) for performing exploratory and confirmatory factor analysis respectively. The result of exploratory factor analysis revealed the three-factor structure of SACIE as sentiments, attitudes, and concerns. The confirmatory factor analysis supported three-factor structure of SACIE including 19 items. Moreover, the scale indicated a reasonable predictive validity to the self-efficacies of preservice teachers. The importance of the adaptation of the scale into Turkish was discussed.

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Yazar: Nurcan Cansız
E-posta: nurcansiz7911@gmail.com
Kurum: Artvin Çoruh Universitesi, Matematik ve Fen Bilimleri Eğitimi Bölümü, Artvin
Ülke: Turkey


Yazar: Mustafa Cansız
E-posta: mustafacansiz@gmail.com
Kurum: Artvin Çoruh Universitesi, Matematik ve Fen Bilimleri Eğitimi Bölümü, Artvin
Ülke: Turkey


Bibtex @araştırma makalesi { kefdergi389872, journal = {Kastamonu Eğitim Dergisi}, issn = {1300-8811}, address = {Kastamonu Üniversitesi}, year = {2018}, volume = {26}, pages = {271 - 280}, doi = {10.24106/kefdergi.389872}, title = {The Validity and Reliability Study of Turkish Version of the Sentiments Attitudes and Concerns about Inclusive Education Scale}, key = {cite}, author = {Cansız, Nurcan and Cansız, Mustafa} }
APA Cansız, N , Cansız, M . (2018). The Validity and Reliability Study of Turkish Version of the Sentiments Attitudes and Concerns about Inclusive Education Scale. Kastamonu Eğitim Dergisi, 26 (2), 271-280. DOI: 10.24106/kefdergi.389872
MLA Cansız, N , Cansız, M . "The Validity and Reliability Study of Turkish Version of the Sentiments Attitudes and Concerns about Inclusive Education Scale". Kastamonu Eğitim Dergisi 26 (2018): 271-280 <http://dergipark.gov.tr/kefdergi/issue/31580/389872>
Chicago Cansız, N , Cansız, M . "The Validity and Reliability Study of Turkish Version of the Sentiments Attitudes and Concerns about Inclusive Education Scale". Kastamonu Eğitim Dergisi 26 (2018): 271-280
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