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Online Submission, US-China Education Review B v3 n6 p470-479 Jun 2013

This study has been figured for the purpose of comparing attitudes of teacher candidates toward inclusion education in terms of several variables and self-compassion levels. Sampling of the study consists of Grade 4 students of (547) Marmara University Ataturk, Faculty of Education and Faculty of Science and Letters. In this study, a personnel information questionnaire is used to collect the demographic data of the participants. Also, to measure participants' attitudes towards inclusion "Attitudes" toward Mainstreaming Scale is used. Besides, to measure self-compassion levels, a SCS (Self-compassion Scale) developed by Neff (2003a) and adopted to Turkish by U. Akin, A. Akin, and Abaci (2007) is used. Self-compassion levels were at medium levels. It has been found that self-compassion total scores and sub-dimension scores affected attitudes towards to inclusion education. (Contains 13 tables.)

Descriptors: Measures (Individuals), Altruism, Student Teacher Attitudes, Preservice Teachers, Predictor Variables, College Seniors, Inclusion, Rating Scales, Questionnaires, Correlation, Statistical Analysis, Attitude Measures, Foreign Countries





Author: Aydin, Aydan; Kuzu, Seher

Source: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=884&id=ED544116







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