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International Journal of Cognitive Research in Science, Engineering and Education / IJCRSEE
2017, vol. 5, br. 2, str. 75-81
jezik rada: engleski
vrsta rada: originalan članak
doi:10.5937/ijcrsee1702075T

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The impact of using social media on academic achievement and attitudes of prospective
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Near East University, Atatürk Education Faculty, North Cyprus

e-adresa: murat.tezer@neu.edu.tr, atataspolat@gmail.com, ome

Sažetak

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The current study was conducted to investigate the impact of using social media and internet on the academic achievement of prospective teachers. Focus group of the research could be expressed as 204 prospective teachers that were studying in 2016-2017 fall semesters. To collect data, Attitudes Towards to Social Media Scale was employed. Result of the study revealed that, prospective teachers’ attitudes towards to social media had an influence on academic achievement. Furthermore, it could be stressed that prospective teachers with lower attitudes towards to social media were more likely to have lower academic success when compared with the prospective teachers with higher attitudes towards to social media. In addition to these, results of the current study also expressed that prospective teachers with social media accounts were achieved better grades when compared with the prospective teachers who did not have any social media account. Lastly, it could be indicated that prospective teachers’ attitudes towards to social media was at a moderate level.

Ključne reči

proficiency teachers; academic success; university; social media; student beliefs

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