Anadolu University, Open Education Faculty, Turkish Language and Literature Department Graduated Students’ Views towards Pedagogical Formation Training Certificate, Special Teaching Methods Courses and Turkish Language and Literature Education from: Sampl

Mesut Bulut


The aim of this study is to find out Anadolu University Open Education Faculty Turkish Language and Literature graduated students’ views towards Pedagogical Formation Training certificate and their opinions about special teaching methods. This study has been done in one of the universities of East Karadeniz in Turkey in which the 20 Turkish Language and Literature graduated students participated in Pedagogical Formation training certificated program. The data are collected from teachers’ candidate (prospective teachers) of Turkish Language and Literature who joined special teaching methods in Pedagogical Formation training program, as a result interviewing sessions had been held. During the interview, the approvals of participants have been taken into the consideration. The data collected from interviews has been analyzed according to content analysis method with emphasizing on accurate translation as possible. After approving its reliability by participants, audio recordings were shattered. The data which was collected with interviews was analyzed by content analysis method. At the end of study the teachers express that their participation in pedagogical training program and taking part in special teaching methods course helped them to overcome their deficiencies. So, especially in Turkish Language and Literature teaching they experienced difficulties in practice with the intense use of theoretical knowledge in textbooks, and are not able to develop written and oral expression skills in test-driven examination system. Accordingly at the end of Pedagogical Formation Education program it represented the efficiency of teaching methods and techniques, effective and efficient learning. So this paper signifies the practice opportunity which participants have experienced during the program and in this regard the recommendations have been suggested to the possible problems.

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Journal of Education and Training Studies  ISSN 2324-805X (Print)   ISSN 2324-8068 (Online)

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