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ISSN 2148-6123 | Period Biannually | Founded: 2014 | Publisher Özgen KORKMAZ | https://www.perjournal.com/


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Participatory Educational Research (PER)publishes research employing a variety of qualitative and/or quantitative methods and/or mixed approaches which take account of how participants can become involved in research processes in all areas of the education field amongst others inclusive education, curriculum issues and the like instructional technology, educational psychology, guidance and counseling, educational administration, science education, social science education, art education… The aim of the journal is to increase understanding of participatory research relating to learning and teaching in pre-primary, primary, secondary, higher and adult education, and to contribute to the improvement of educational processes and outcomes.

PER is an open access journal that publishes high-quality articles, in English. All articles published in PER will be peer-reviewed.

PER will be published three times a year (one volume per year), in March, August, and December starting from 2020.

PER is an open access journal which means that all content is freely available without charge to the user or his/her institution. Users are allowed to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of the articles in this journal without asking prior permission from the publisher or the author. This is in accordance with the BOAI definition of open access.

Per is indexed by ERIC, SCOPUS, EBSCO, Tei, İdeal online, Scilit,  and under Process in E-SCI 

Participatory Educational Research

ISSN 2148-6123 | Period Biannually | Founded: 2014 | Publisher Özgen KORKMAZ | https://www.perjournal.com/
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One www.perjournal.com other https://dergipark.org.tr/per Per has two web addresses. Both addresses are current. But to the article tracking system https://dergipark.org.tr/per available at.

Participatory Educational Research (PER)publishes research employing a variety of qualitative and/or quantitative methods and/or mixed approaches which take account of how participants can become involved in research processes in all areas of the education field amongst others inclusive education, curriculum issues and the like instructional technology, educational psychology, guidance and counseling, educational administration, science education, social science education, art education… The aim of the journal is to increase understanding of participatory research relating to learning and teaching in pre-primary, primary, secondary, higher and adult education, and to contribute to the improvement of educational processes and outcomes.

PER is an open access journal that publishes high-quality articles, in English. All articles published in PER will be peer-reviewed.

PER will be published three times a year (one volume per year), in March, August, and December starting from 2020.

PER is an open access journal which means that all content is freely available without charge to the user or his/her institution. Users are allowed to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of the articles in this journal without asking prior permission from the publisher or the author. This is in accordance with the BOAI definition of open access.

Per is indexed by ERIC, SCOPUS, EBSCO, Tei, İdeal online, Scilit,  and under Process in E-SCI 

Volume 7 - Issue 1 - Feb 19, 2020
  1. INVITED ARTICLE: Eliciting Children’s/Young People’s (Group) Engagement with Scenarios as Participatory Research Practice for Exploring and Extending Responses to Climate Change
    Pages 1 - 1
    Norma ROMM
  2. The Effect of Gamification Activities on Students' Academic Achievements in Social Studies Course, Attitudes towards the Course and Cooperative Learning Skills
    Pages 1 - 15
    Özgen KORKMAZ , Çilem ÖZTÜRK
  3. Determining the Mistakes of Secondary School Mathematics Teachers on Operation Priority
    Pages 16 - 29
    Tayfun TUTAK , Ahmet Burak SÜZEN , İbrahim Enam İNAN
  4. The Experiences, Opinions and Suggestions of Special Education Teachers Regarding Leisure Activities Selected by Students with Intellectual Disability
    Pages 30 - 46
    Müzeyyen ELDENİZ ÇETİN , Evgin ÇAY
  5. The Mediating Role Of Self-Efficacy In The Relationship Between Problem Solving And Hope
    Pages 47 - 58
    Zekeriya ÇAM , Mustafa EŞKİSU , Ferhat KARDAŞ , Özkan SAATÇİOĞLU , Sedat GELİBOLU
  6. A Self-Study on The Values and Beliefs of Science Teachers and Their Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Applications
    Pages 59 - 79
    İsmail DÖNMEZ , Mehmet Fatih TAŞAR
  7. Turkish culture in the metaphors and drawings by learners of Turkish as a foreign language
    Pages 80 - 110
    Gökçen GÖÇEN , Akif Yavuz ÖZDEMİREL
  8. The Effect of Deduction and Induction Methods Used in Modelling Current Environmental Issues with System Dynamics Approach in Science Education
    Pages 111 - 126
    Hasret NUHOĞLU
  9. Evaluation as an Opportunity for Reflection: Stakeholder View of Teacher Performance
    Pages 127 - 142
    Hasan TABAK
  10. The Effect of Using Out-of-School Learning Environments in Science Teaching on Motivation for Learning Science
    Pages 143 - 161
    Halil İbrahim YILDIRIM
  11. An Evaluation on the Advantage and Disadvantage of Revolution History Teaching in Turkey in Light of Friedrich Nietzsche’s Views on the Advantage and Disadvantage of History for Life
    Pages 162 - 183
    Bülent AKBABA
  12. What are the Factors that Affect the Motivation of Digital Gamers?
    Pages 184 - 200
    Osman EROL , Neşe SEVİM ÇIRAK
  13. Investigating the Effects of Web-Based Science Material for Guided Inquiry Approach on Information and Communication Skills of Students
    Pages 201 - 219
    Ümmühan ORMANCI , Salih ÇEPNİ
  14. The relationship between prospective middle school mathematics teachers’ critical thinking skills and reflective thinking skills
    Pages 220 - 241
    Fatma ERDOĞAN
  15. An investigation into the opinions of pre-service teachers toward uses of digital storytelling in literacy education
    Pages 242 - 256
    Gül ÖZÜDOĞRU , Hasan ÇAKIR
  16. Self- efficacy beliefs of pre-service teachers in teaching First Reading and Writing and Mathematics
    Pages 257 - 270
    Dilara YILMAZ , Hakan TURAN
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