Writing rules

 Heading Shouldn't Exceed Twelve Words, It Should Be Written in 16 Punto Initial Letters should be Large, Centered and Thick


 


English Title Should Be Written In16 Punto Initial Letters Large, Centered and Thick



 

Name SURNAME *                      Name SURNAME **

 

Abstract

The article can be written in Turkish and English languages. English and Turkish abstracts should be written at the beginning of each study. The abstract should contain brief and clear information on the purpose, method and results of the article. It should be 10 pt size, single line spaced and written by maximum 250 words. No references should be given in the "Abstract".

Keywords:

Key words should be in italic and 10 points, at least 3 and at most 5 words. Key words should be separated by a comma (,) sign, should be written in lower case. 1 space line should be left between input and key words

INTRODUCTION

The chapters of the main section of the work should be written in 11 pt, bold and capital letters based on the left without numbering, The article should have Introduction, Method, Findings, Results and Discussion sections.

Paragraph headings should not be done in study. In the paragraphs section on the paragraphs; before and after the field should be 6 nk, line spacing 1. The problem state must be clearly indicated in the input section.

This template contains the styles to show how the "headings, essences, texts, paragraphs, tables, etc. structures" should be (the template at the end specifies which part of the style table will be applied to which section). . Any settings such as  Author (s) ın font and size, line spacing, pre-paragraph spacing, indentations, etc, need to be changed for the location where the settings are located. If you have trouble copying and pasting text or you are experiencing a problem with writing style, the template is complete and you can benefit from the "Using Styles" section in the last section.

Second level titles must be typed in left, 11 pt, capitalized, bold and italic, without numbering. A line from the previous paragraph must be separated by a space. You can delete this section and write article text without distorting the formatting.

Articles Extension Summary section must be at least 10000. The article should be saved in MS Office Word program as extension .doc or docx. Text, A4, top, bottom, right and left space 2.5 cm. must be written in single line spacing. Cambria should use writing character and be a single column.

METHOD

The "Introduction" section should follow the sections "Methodology", "Findings", "Results and Discussion".

Articles should be maximum 10000 words except Extended Abstract. Article Extension in MS Office Word program. doc or docx. Text, A4, top, bottom, right and left space 2.5 cm. must be written in single line spacing. The Times New Roman font should be used and should be a single column. The page number should not be given. Paragraph head should not be done. In the paragraphs section on the paragraphs; Before and after the field should be 6 nk line spacing 1.

The articles prepared in accordance with the prescribed writing principles and approved by the review board are published.

Sample / Working Group / Participants

In the survey, one of the topics: Sample, Study Group, or Participants should be used, depending on how the group was created. Information about the study group and the method of sampling are specified in this section.

Data Collection Tools / Data Collection Methods / Data Collection Techniques

Information on data collection tools used in the research can be specified in this section. One of the three preferred titles should be used.

Third Degree Title (Measuring Tool)

It should be typed on the left, 11 point, italic and only the first letter of the first lamb will be big. A line from the previous paragraph must be separated by a space.

Interview

It should be typed on the left, 11 point, italic and only the first letter of the first lamb will be big. A line from the previous paragraph must be separated by a space.

Data Collection

Information on the data collection process in the survey can be specified in this section.

Analysis of Data

Information on the analysis of the data obtained within the scope of the research can be given in this section. No descriptive information about the familiar statistics should be included. However, it would be useful to include brief descriptive information about unfamiliar statistics.

RESULTS

References, tables, figures to be used should be prepared in accordance with APA 6. Written rules and articles that do not fit APA are eliminated in the first stage by the editor. You need to check your references and check for APA 6 compliance. The table, together with the table number, must be included in the text.

Table 1. Test Results by Groups

 

 

N

Ss

Sd

 Average difference

Choen d

t

Group A

137

85.347

20.146

305

6.478

 

2.729

Group B

170

91.826

21.093

 

 


*p<0.05

Tables should be numbered and should be typed on the table heading table with a capital 11 pt. The table heading should not be in bold or slanted text. After the table number, the table name should be written with a period mark.

Inside table values ​​/ letters should be 9 pt. No space should be left between table title and table. Tables should be specified by giving the table number in the text. Tables should be included in the text or on the following page. Relevant notes and sources should be indicated after the "Note:" or "Source:" statements under the table. The space between the text and the table must be 1 line before and after the table

Figure 1. Average Success Points by Groups

Shapes must be based on the left and numbered with numbers. With figurehead number, 11 pt, under the figure, the initials of the words should be written on the left large. It should not be in thick or slanted text. After the figure number, place a point mark and write the figure name.

The figures in the figure should be 9 pt. The space between the figure and the figure head should not be left. Shaklin heading should be under the shape. If the source is used, it should be written in brackets. Shapes must be included in the text at all times. The space between text and shape before and after shape should be 1 line.

Results and discussion

The conclusion, discussion and suggestions should be added here and attention should be paid to the writing rules given above.

The text should be prepared in 11 font size, single line spacing and following the style given here.

REFERENCES

The bibliography must be prepared in accordance with the APA 6 Publication Manual. For more information; We go to http://www.apa.org. Sources must be typed in alphabetical order with no spaces in single line spacing with 10 points including title. The paragraph indent is 1.16 cm hanging from the right.

The second and subsequent lines, as shown in this text of each welder, should be prepared to be indented by 1.16 cm.

Acar, T., ve Kelecioğlu, H. (2010). Maddenin farklı fonksiyonlaşmasını belirleme tekniklerinin karşılaştırlması: GADM, LR veMTK-OO. Kuram ve Uygulamada Eğitim Bilimleri, 10(2), 639-649.

Angoff, W. H. (1971). Scales, norms and equivalent scores. In R. L. Thorndike (Ed.)Educational measurement. Washington, DC: American Council on Education

Bakan Kalaycıoğlu, D., & Kelecioğlu, H. (2011). Öğrenci Seçme Sınavı’nın Madde Yanlılığı Açısından İncelenmesi. Eğitim ve Bilim, 36, 3-13.

Baker, F. B., & Al-Karni, A. (1991). A comparison of two procedures for computing IRT equating coefficients. Journal of Educational Measuremet, 28(2), 147-162.

Brennan, R. L. (1998). Misconceptions at the intersection of measurement theory and practice. Educational Measurement: Issues and Practice, 17(1), 5–9.

Kamata, A. (2001). Item analysis by the hierarchical generalized linear model. Journal of Educational Measurement, 38(1), 79–93. doi:10.1111/j.1745-3984.2001.tb01117.x

Karasar, N. (2009). Bilimsel araştırma yöntemi. Ankara: Nobel Yayınevi.

Park, C., Kang, T., & Wollack, J. A. (2007, April). Application of multilevel IRT to multiple-form linking when common items are drifted. Paper presented at the 2007 annual meeting of the National Council on Measurement in Education, Chicago, IL.

Thorndike R. L., & Hagen, E. (1961). Measurement and evaluation in psychology and education. Newyork: John Wiley and sons.

Pastor, D. A. (2003). The use of multilevel ıtem response theory modeling in applied research: an illustration. Applied Measurement in Education, 16(3), 223–243. doi:10.1207/ S15324818AME1603_4

Turhan, A. (2006). Multilevel 2PL item response model vertical equating with the presence of differential item functioning (Doctoral Dissertation). Available from ProOuest Dissertations and Theses database. (UMI No. 3216552)


Attachments

It should start with a new page. It contains additional information such as scales used in the research. Attachments must be included in the text.

NOTES:

Your work should be compatible with this template.

Do not change page numbers on the template.

The top of the page can be edited after article acceptance. You can load your work on the system with the state of the template.

The authors are responsible for the thoughts expressed in the writings.

Submit your article electronically online via the "Submit Article" link at http://dergipark.gov.tr/jier web link.

Articles that do not comply with the writing rules described here are rejected by the editors, not sent to the referees for review.

 

Using Styles A:

Check whether the corresponding style is applied when pasting your texts while writing or copying from another file.

This can be done easily by following the steps below.

In MS Word 2003, select "Styles and Formatting" from the "Format" menu.

In MS Word 2007, 2010 and 2013, while in the "Login" menu, open the "Stiller" option displayed in the toolbar (by clicking on the shape next to the word Still).

After this, a style window will open on the right of the screen.

You can see which style has been applied from the related box by selecting the paragraph you want to check or by placing a cursor over the relevant paragraph (the style table below indicates which style will be applied in which style)

To apply the paragraphs that are listed in this window to the relevant paragraphs, first click anywhere in the paragraph about the mouse. Then click on the corresponding style in the style window. The window opened after this click will show the name of the style already applied. In Office (MS Word) 2003, the names of the applied styles are displayed on the small screen at the top of the style window.)

 

The Aim of The Journal

The Journal of Interdisciplinary Educational Researches (JIER) published by the Interdisciplinary Educational and Research Association (JIER)A) is an internationally eminent journal.

JIER, a nonprofit, nonprofit NGO, is concerned with improving the education system within the context of its corporate objectives and social responsibility policies. JIER, has the potential to solve educational problems and has a strong gratification for the contributions of qualified scientific researchers.

JIER has the purpose of serving the construction of an education system that can win the knowledge and skills that each individual should have firstly in our country and then in the world. In addition, JIER serves to disseminate the academic work that contributes to the professional development of teachers and academicians, offering concrete solutions to the problems of all levels of education, from preschool education to higher education.

JIER has the priority to contribute to more qualified school practices. Creating and managing content within this context will help to advance towards the goal of being a "focus magazine" and "magazine school", and will also form the basis for a holistic view of educational issues. It also acts as an intermediary in the production of common mind for sustainable development and education