OrtaË†gretim Alan Ogretmenligi Tezsiz YÂ¸ksek Lisans ProgramËna Devam Eden Ogretmen AdaylarËnËn Umutsuzluk Duzeylerinin Incelenmesi
AbstractInvestigation of Hopelessness Levels of Prospective Teachers Attending Non-thesis Master Programs: In this study, it was aimed to determine the hopelessness levels of the prospective teachers attending two different non-thesis master program and whether or not their hopelessness levels differed according to some personal variables. This study was conducted with 71 prospective teachers attending to the last semester of the program. The data were collected by Beck Hopelessness Scale and Information Questionnaire, and analyzed by Mann-Whitney U Test. The findings of the study showed that the hopelessness levels of prospective teachers were generally low, but some prospective teachers experienced severe hopelessness levels. It was also found that males demonstrated significantly higher hopelessness level than females. Furthermore, the ones not believing to find a job related with teaching profession when they graduate from the program had higher levels of hopelessness than those believing.
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Bibliographic InfoArticle provided by Anadolu University in its journal Anadolu University Journal of Social Sciences.
Volume (Year): 4 (2004)
Issue (Month): 1 (June)
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Teacher training; Prospective teachers; Hopelessness.;
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