Yıl: 2021 Cilt: 11 Sayı: 2 Sayfa Aralığı: 439 - 444 Metin Dili: Türkçe DOI: 10.2399/yod.20.656321 İndeks Tarihi: 08-10-2022

Üniversite Ö¤rencilerinin Epistemolojik ‹nançlar›na Göre Bilimin Do¤as›na Yönelik Görüfllerinin ‹ncelenmesi

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Bu çal›flmada üniversite ö¤rencilerinin bilimsel epistemolojik inançlar› ile bilimin do¤as›na yönelik görüfllerinin incelenmesi hedeflenmifltir. Ayr›ca ö¤rencilerin sahip olduklar› olas› bilimsel epistemolojik inançlar›na göre bi- limin do¤as›na yönelik görüfllerinin de¤erlendirilmesi amaçlanm›flt›r. Çal›fl- maya bir devlet üniversitesinde ö¤renim gören 161 üniversite ö¤rencisi gö- nüllü olarak kat›lm›flt›r. Veri toplama arac› olarak; Bilimsel Epistemolojik ‹nançlar Ölçe¤i ve Bilimin Do¤as› Görüfl Ölçe¤i kullan›lm›flt›r. Verilerin analizi sonucunda; ö¤rencilerin %88.2’sinin geleneksel bilim anlay›fl›na, %11.8’inin ise geleneksel olmayan bilim anlay›fl›na sahip olduklar›, bilimin do¤as›na yönelik görüflleri ça¤dafl, geçiflken ve naif olma durumuna göre in- celendi¤inde ise %49.7’sinin ça¤dafl, %50.3’ünün ise geçiflken görüfle sahip oldu¤u belirlenmifltir. Ayr›ca ö¤rencilerin bilimin do¤as›na yönelik görüfl- leri boyut ve toplam puanlar›n›n geleneksel ve geleneksel olmayan bilim anlay›fl›na sahip olmalar›na göre anlaml› farkl›l›k gösterdi¤i bulunmufltur. Bu bulgu bilimin do¤as›na yönelik görüfller ile bilimsel epistemolojik inanç- lar aras›nda anlaml› bir iliflkinin oldu¤u fleklinde yorumlanabilir.
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Üniversite Ö¤rencilerinin Epistemolojik ‹nançlar›na Göre Bilimin Do¤as›na Yönelik Görüfllerinin ‹ncelenmesi

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This study aims to examine the scientific epistemological beliefs of uni- versity students and to analyze their views on the nature of science on the basis of these beliefs. A total of 161 university students from a pub- lic university participated voluntarily in the study. The Scientific Epistemological Beliefs Survey and The Nature of Science View Scale (NOSVS) were used as the data collection tools. The data analysis revealed that 88.2% of the students hold a traditional conception of sci- ence and 11.8% of them have a non-traditional conception of science. Also, the analysis of their nature of science views showed that 49.7% of them have a contemporary, while 50.3% have a transitional view of the nature of science. In addition, it was found that factor and total scores of students’ nature of science views have a statically significant difference, depending on their traditional and non-traditional conception of sci- ence. This finding can be interpreted as a significant relationship between scientific epistemological beliefs and views about the nature of science.
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APA Dinçol Özgür S, TEMEL S (2021). Üniversite Ö¤rencilerinin Epistemolojik ‹nançlar›na Göre Bilimin Do¤as›na Yönelik Görüfllerinin ‹ncelenmesi. , 439 - 444. 10.2399/yod.20.656321
Chicago Dinçol Özgür Sinem,TEMEL SENAR Üniversite Ö¤rencilerinin Epistemolojik ‹nançlar›na Göre Bilimin Do¤as›na Yönelik Görüfllerinin ‹ncelenmesi. (2021): 439 - 444. 10.2399/yod.20.656321
MLA Dinçol Özgür Sinem,TEMEL SENAR Üniversite Ö¤rencilerinin Epistemolojik ‹nançlar›na Göre Bilimin Do¤as›na Yönelik Görüfllerinin ‹ncelenmesi. , 2021, ss.439 - 444. 10.2399/yod.20.656321
AMA Dinçol Özgür S,TEMEL S Üniversite Ö¤rencilerinin Epistemolojik ‹nançlar›na Göre Bilimin Do¤as›na Yönelik Görüfllerinin ‹ncelenmesi. . 2021; 439 - 444. 10.2399/yod.20.656321
Vancouver Dinçol Özgür S,TEMEL S Üniversite Ö¤rencilerinin Epistemolojik ‹nançlar›na Göre Bilimin Do¤as›na Yönelik Görüfllerinin ‹ncelenmesi. . 2021; 439 - 444. 10.2399/yod.20.656321
IEEE Dinçol Özgür S,TEMEL S "Üniversite Ö¤rencilerinin Epistemolojik ‹nançlar›na Göre Bilimin Do¤as›na Yönelik Görüfllerinin ‹ncelenmesi." , ss.439 - 444, 2021. 10.2399/yod.20.656321
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APA Dinçol Özgür S, TEMEL S (2021). Üniversite Ö¤rencilerinin Epistemolojik ‹nançlar›na Göre Bilimin Do¤as›na Yönelik Görüfllerinin ‹ncelenmesi. Yükseköğretim Dergisi, 11(2), 439 - 444. 10.2399/yod.20.656321
Chicago Dinçol Özgür Sinem,TEMEL SENAR Üniversite Ö¤rencilerinin Epistemolojik ‹nançlar›na Göre Bilimin Do¤as›na Yönelik Görüfllerinin ‹ncelenmesi. Yükseköğretim Dergisi 11, no.2 (2021): 439 - 444. 10.2399/yod.20.656321
MLA Dinçol Özgür Sinem,TEMEL SENAR Üniversite Ö¤rencilerinin Epistemolojik ‹nançlar›na Göre Bilimin Do¤as›na Yönelik Görüfllerinin ‹ncelenmesi. Yükseköğretim Dergisi, vol.11, no.2, 2021, ss.439 - 444. 10.2399/yod.20.656321
AMA Dinçol Özgür S,TEMEL S Üniversite Ö¤rencilerinin Epistemolojik ‹nançlar›na Göre Bilimin Do¤as›na Yönelik Görüfllerinin ‹ncelenmesi. Yükseköğretim Dergisi. 2021; 11(2): 439 - 444. 10.2399/yod.20.656321
Vancouver Dinçol Özgür S,TEMEL S Üniversite Ö¤rencilerinin Epistemolojik ‹nançlar›na Göre Bilimin Do¤as›na Yönelik Görüfllerinin ‹ncelenmesi. Yükseköğretim Dergisi. 2021; 11(2): 439 - 444. 10.2399/yod.20.656321
IEEE Dinçol Özgür S,TEMEL S "Üniversite Ö¤rencilerinin Epistemolojik ‹nançlar›na Göre Bilimin Do¤as›na Yönelik Görüfllerinin ‹ncelenmesi." Yükseköğretim Dergisi, 11, ss.439 - 444, 2021. 10.2399/yod.20.656321
ISNAD Dinçol Özgür, Sinem - TEMEL, SENAR. "Üniversite Ö¤rencilerinin Epistemolojik ‹nançlar›na Göre Bilimin Do¤as›na Yönelik Görüfllerinin ‹ncelenmesi". Yükseköğretim Dergisi 11/2 (2021), 439-444. https://doi.org/10.2399/yod.20.656321