Yıl 2018, Cilt 8, Sayı 4, Sayfalar 214 - 231 2018-12-30

Analysis of a Turkish Mathematics Textbook in the Late Ottoman Era with respect to the Principles of Contemporary Elementary Education
Osmanlı Geç Dönemine ait bir Türkçe Matematik Ders Kitabının Çağdaş İlköğretim Eğitiminin Dayanakları Açısından Incelenmesi

Esra YAPRAK [1] , M. Sencer ÇORLU [2] , Emin AYDIN [3]

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Developing an understanding of the foundations of the educational tradition of the Turkish Republic is connected to an exploration of the specifics of Ottoman education. This qualitative study explored an Ottoman mathematics textbook published in the early twentieth century. Under the influence of naturalistic inquiry, the textbook was analyzed in terms of content, organization, and principles of elementary mathematics education. It was concluded that the textbook is successfully presented multiple representations and real-life examples while the development of content did not provide opportunities to develop reasoning skills.

Türkiye Cumhuriyeti'nin eğitim geleneğinin temellerinin anlaşılması, Osmanlı Devletindeki eğitim anlayışının özelliklerinin araştırılmasına bağlıdır. Bu nitel çalışmada, yirminci yüzyılın başlarında yayınlanan bir Osmanlı matematik ders kitabı inceleme konusu edildi.  Natüralist araştırma metodolojisinin etkisi altında, bu ders kitabı ilköğretim matematik eğitiminin içeriği, organizasyonu ve ilkeleri açısından analiz edilmiştir. Araştırmanın sonunda, ders kitabında çoklu temsiller ve gerçek yaşam örnekleri başarılı bir şekilde sunulurken, içeriğin akışı, akıl yürütme becerilerini geliştirmek için yeterli fırsatlar sağlamadığı sonucuna varılmıştır.

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Orcid: 0000-0000-0000-0000
Yazar: Esra YAPRAK
Ülke: Turkey


Orcid: 0000-0002-1741-028X
Yazar: M. Sencer ÇORLU

Orcid: 0000-0003-4298-2623
Yazar: Emin AYDIN (Sorumlu Yazar)

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APA YAPRAK, E , ÇORLU, M , AYDIN, E . (2018). Analysis of a Turkish Mathematics Textbook in the Late Ottoman Era with respect to the Principles of Contemporary Elementary Education. Sakarya University Journal of Education, 8 (4), 214-231. DOI: 10.19126/suje.446057
MLA YAPRAK, E , ÇORLU, M , AYDIN, E . "Analysis of a Turkish Mathematics Textbook in the Late Ottoman Era with respect to the Principles of Contemporary Elementary Education". Sakarya University Journal of Education 8 (2018): 214-231 <http://dergipark.gov.tr/suje/issue/40218/446057>
Chicago YAPRAK, E , ÇORLU, M , AYDIN, E . "Analysis of a Turkish Mathematics Textbook in the Late Ottoman Era with respect to the Principles of Contemporary Elementary Education". Sakarya University Journal of Education 8 (2018): 214-231
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ISNAD YAPRAK, Esra , ÇORLU, M. Sencer , AYDIN, Emin . "Osmanlı Geç Dönemine ait bir Türkçe Matematik Ders Kitabının Çağdaş İlköğretim Eğitiminin Dayanakları Açısından Incelenmesi". Sakarya University Journal of Education 8 / 4 (Aralık 2018): 214-231. http://dx.doi.org/10.19126/suje.446057