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EEO. 2014; 13(2): 453-467

Efficacy Perceptions of Pre-school Teachers Regarding Their Implementation of Creative Drama Activities

Duygu Çetingöz.

This is a qualitative study conducted to determine the efficacy perceptions of preschool teachers on their implementation of creative drama activities. The research group was composed of 16 preschool teachers who worked in elementary schools in central Izmir during the Fall semester of 2011-2012 academic-year. The participants were selected through the maximum variety sampling method. The data was collected through semi- structured interview forms and individual interviews were conducted in order to collect data from the preschool teachers. The data analysis was conducted through the content analysis technique. The research indicated that the findings support the literature on the efficacy perceptions of preschool teachers regarding their implementation of creative drama activities, and that their efficacy perceptions on their implication needs to be improved, and the teachers expect more support when implementing the technique.

Key words: Preschool Education, Preschool Teachers, Creative Drama Activities, Efficacy Perception

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