The Relationship between Problem Solving Skills and Preschool Self-Efficacy Perceptions of Preschool Teacher Candidates - İngilizce Özet

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The purpose of the present research is to examine the relationship between problem solving skills and self-efficacy perceptions of the pre-school teacher candidates’. For this purpose, a research was carried out in the relational screening model. The population of the research consists of the students that have attended to the preschool education program in İnönü and Mersin Universities (Faculties of Education) in 2016-2017 and the sample consists of 207 teacher candidates. Preschool Teachers' Self Efficacy Beliefs Scale’ and ‘Problem Solving Inventory’ have been used as data collection instruments. Mean, standard deviation and Pearson coefficient of correlation have been used in data analysis. As a result of the research, it has been found that the pre-school teacher candidates are at the level of problem solving skills (=93.97), teacher self-efficacy perceptions (=151.94). There is a middle positive and significant correlation between the pre-school teacher candidates’ problem solving skills and total self-efficacy perceptions (p<.01).
 
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