Universal Journal of Educational Research Vol. 6(12), pp. 2925 - 2930
DOI: 10.13189/ujer.2018.061228
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The Prediction of Success of TEOG in the History of Revolution and Kemalism Course at the Stage of Transition from TEOG to LGS


İbrahim Sari *
Faculty of Education, Dumlupiar University, Kutahya, Turkey

ABSTRACT

This research was conducted in order to predict the success of TEOG in the History of Revolution and Kemalism course. This research conducted with quantitative research method was carried out on the data of 477 students attending in 5 different secondary schools and 18 classrooms in these state schools affiliated to Kütahya Provincial National Education Directorate. The data of the study consisted of the fall and spring semester written exam success scores in 8th grade Revolution History and Kemalism Course and the success scores of TEOG I and II in the same course in the 2016-2017 academic year. In the analysis of the data, firstly, the correlational analysis was applied and then regression analysis was performed. As a result of the research, it was determined that the first written exam of the Revolutionary History and Kemalism course announced about 59% of the variance in the TEOG I success scores. Another conclusion reached was that the first written exam in the spring semester of the Turkish Revolution History and Kemalism course accounted for approximately 65% of the variance in the TEOG II success scores. In addition, TEOG I and Revolution History and Kemalism course, the first written exam in the spring semester variables were found to explain approximately 77% of the variance in TEOG II success scores. Based on the results of the research, discussions and suggestions were made.

KEYWORDS
TEOG, Academic Achievement Prediction, History of Revolution and Kemalism Course

Cite this paper
İbrahim Sari . "The Prediction of Success of TEOG in the History of Revolution and Kemalism Course at the Stage of Transition from TEOG to LGS." Universal Journal of Educational Research 6.12 (2018) 2925 - 2930. doi: 10.13189/ujer.2018.061228.