Ortaokul Zeka Oyunları Dersi Öğretim Programına İlişkin Öğretmen Ve Öğrenci Görüşleri
Çalışkan, Sümeyra Hesna
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This research has been practiced in order to determine teachers' and students' remarks about the instruction schedule of Intelligent Games, which is taught at secondary school grade as elective course at state schools bounded to the Ministry of Education. Teachers of Intelligent Games Courses, who have been working at secondary schools in central districts in Ankara and students, who chose this course between 2018-2019 constitute the basis of this research. Schools, which took part in this research, has been selected from among schools with stratified sampling method, at which Elective Course Schedule of Intelligent Games were applied. In this research, "Teacher Interview Questionnaire", Student Interview Questionnaire " and " Teacher Questionnaire" have been used as data collection tool. According to the research's results, it has been observed that teachers generally have positive remarks about elements of instruction schedule of Intelligent Games Courses but there are some setbacks while applying. Concerning that the schedule has been applied at school and classroom environment, it has been observed that teachers experienced setbacks about insufficient interdisciplinary association, students' ignored individual differences, insufficient weekly course duration, assigning untrained teachers and deficient quantification materials for evaluation. Concerning the practice of schedule, the students experienced setbacks about insufficient course materials, less subject diversity, insufficient weekly course duration, their ignored individual differences and quantification materials. Considering teachers' and students' remarks, it has been observed that in fact, both groups have same setbacks about same subjects. It is possible to say that Intelligent Games Courses are enjoyed by teachers and students and are believed to be beneficial and if deficiencies are eliminated, then better results about learning outcomes can be obtained.