The main purpose of the Journal of Bayburt Education Faculty; to create a scientific platform where scientists working in all fields of education share their knowledge, experience, evaluation, opinions, and suggestions, and to contribute to the studies in the field of education at national and international level.
Journal of Bayburt Education Faculty aims to provide solutions to problems at all levels of education, from preschool education to higher education. Our journal is a peer-reviewed national journal published in the field of educational sciences. The target audience of our journal; teacher candidates, teachers, academicians, and individuals and organizations that produce products and services for the education sector in all areas of educational sciences. In all areas of education, practical or theoretical studies, model recommendations, analysis and evaluations, quantitative and qualitative research are included in our journal.
The following rules should be taken into account in the article narration.
ii. Titles: The main title of the article should be 12 points, bold, centered, the first letters of all words should be large and no more than 14 words. First-level titles should not be numbered, 10 points, bold, the first letters of all words should be capitalized and centered. The second level titles should be written in 10 points, bold, the first letters of all words should be written in large and left-leaning. Third-level titles should be written 10 points to the left [1/2 indentation], only the first letter of the first word should be written in large and bold. The fourth title (only the first letter of the first word should be written according to the characteristics of capital, left-leaning [1/2 indentation], italic and bold).
iii. Author names: 10 points, centered, author name, and surname should be given only the first letters of capital letters. Author addresses should be given in 9 points as sub-information and should contain only the following information: University, faculty, department, province, country, e-mail (If it is an institution other than the University, it is enough to write the name of the institution instead of the university, faculty and department name).
For articles (if DOI number):
Ekici, G., & Erdogan, E. (2019). Perception of Peace in Gifted Students (Case of Kırıkkale). Journal of Bayburt Education Faculty, 14(28), 196-216. doi:10.35675/befdergi.465783
Display in parentheses within the text: (Ekici & Erdoğan, 2019)
Display in text: [For English Articles] Ekici and Erdoğan (2019); [For articles in Turkish] Ekici and Erdogan (2019)
For articles (if no DOI number):
Cetinkaya, P., & Erktin, E. (2002). Assessment of metacognition and its relationship with reading comprehension, achievement, and aptitude. Boğaziçi University Journal of Education, 19(1), 1-11.
Akkan, Y., & Çakıroğlu, Ü. (2011). Examination of primary school mathematics teachers and pre-service teachers' beliefs about the use of calculators in mathematics education. Educational Technology Theory and Practice, 1(2), 17-34.
Display in parentheses within the text: (Akkan & Çakıroğlu, 2011; Çetinkaya & Erktin, 2002)
Display in text: [For articles in English] Akkan and Çakıroğlu (2011) and Çetinkaya and Erktin (2002); [For articles in Turkish] Akkan and Çakıroğlu (2011) and Çetinkaya and Erktin (2002)
For articles in print:
Guler, M., Cekmez, E., & Celik, D. (in Press). Breaking with tradition: An investigation of an alternative instructional sequence designed to improve prospective teachers' noticing skills. Teaching and Teacher Education.
Notation in parentheses in the text: [First occurrence] (Güler, Çekmez & Çelik, in press); [Next screenings] (Güler et al./et al., in press/in press)
Notation for text: [First occurrence] Güler, Çekmez and Çelik (in press); [Next screenings] Guler et al./et al. (in press)
For books: (If there is a DOI number, it must be specified)
Baki, A. (2018). Knowledge of teaching mathematics (2nd ed.). Ankara: Pegem Academy. doi:10.14527/9786052410318
McMillan, J. H, & Schumacher, S. (2009). Research in education: Evidence-based inquiry (2nd ed.). Pearson
Notation in parentheses within the text: (Baki, 2018; McMillan & Schumacher, 2009)
Notation for text: [for articles in Turkish] Baki (2018) and McMillan and Schumacher (2009); [For articles in English] Baki (2018) and McMillan and Schumacher (2009)
For the chapter in the edited book: (If there is a DOI number, it must be specified)
Karademir, A. (2019). Characteristics of preschool teachers. In A. Yıldırım (Ed.), Introduction to early childhood education (1st edition, pp. 164-188). Ankara: Pegem Academy. doi:10.14527/9786052419625
Cockburn, A. D. (2008). Developing an understanding of children's acquisition of number concepts. In A. D. Cockburn & G. Littler (Eds.), Mathematical misconceptions (1st ed., pp. 86-100). London: SAGE Publications Inc.
Notation in parentheses within the text: (Cockburn, 2008; Karademir, 2019)
Display for text: [For articles in Turkish] Cockburn (2008) and Karademir (2019); [For articles in English] Cockburn (2008) and Karademir (2019)
For reports prepared by the institution and organization:
Ministry of Education. (2018). Visual arts course (9th, 10th, 11th and 12th grades) curriculum. Ankara: Ministry of National Education. http://mufredat.meb.gov.tr/Dosyalar/2018120204014821-gorsel%20sanatlar%20dop%20(2).pdf
Showing in parentheses in the text: (Ministry of National Education, 2018); [If abbreviation will be used] (Ministry of National Education [MEB], 2018), (MEB, 2018)
In-text representation: Ministry of National Education (2018); [If abbreviation will be used] Ministry of National Education [MEB] (2018)
For conference and symposium presentations:
Isler Baykal, I., & Knuth, E. (2013, July 28- August 2). Preservice teachers conceptions of algebra and knowledge of student thinking [Conference session]. 37th Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education, Kiel, Germany.
Display in parentheses within the text: (İşler Baykal & Knuth, 2013)
In-text representation: [for articles in Turkish] İşler Baykal and Knuth (2013); [For articles in English] İşler Baykal and Knuth (2013)
Ertor, E. (2015). Opinions of kindergarten teachers working in primary school on administrative problems they experience (Master's thesis). Erzurum, Ataturk University.
Showing in parentheses in the text: (Ertör, 2015)
For web pages:
NTV. (2017). Computer game addiction is becoming a mental illness! Retrieved on April 26, 2020 from https://www.ntv.com.tr/saglik/.
Scientific American (n.d.) What is 'fuzzy logic'? Are there computers that are inherently fuzzy and do not apply the usual binary logic? Retrieved April 26, 2020, from https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/what-is-fuzzy-logic-are-t/
Display in parentheses in the text: (NTV, 2017; Scientific American, n.d.)
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