Integrated Education Receiving Students during Socialization According to Teacher Opinions


  • Durmuş Kılıç Atatürk University
  • Aytaç Şahin Provincial Directorate of National Education
  • Şükrü Ada Atatürk University
  • Yavuz Sökmen Atatürk University


Integration, Integrated Education, Special Education, Classroom Teacher


In this research, examining of primary education classroom teachers’ integrated students’ socialization levels in terms of several variables is being targeted. Research population and sampling are comprised of 102 first-grade teachers from 26 primary schools of Erzurum Provincial Directorate of National Education in Turkey between 2009-2010 school years. As a tool to collect data, “Integrated Education Survey” was used. This survey was used by Battal (2007) and its reliability and validity was confirmed. According to the variables in the statistical analyses, t-test was used to find out whether there was a difference between two groups in terms of socialization levels of integrated students and one way ANOVA was used to find out whether there was a difference between socialization levels of three or more integrated student groups. According to the research results, it is found out that there were major differences between socialization levels of integrated students according to their class teachers’ faculty of graduation


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Kılıç, D. ., Şahin, A. ., Ada, Şükrü, & Sökmen, Y. . (2014). Integrated Education Receiving Students during Socialization According to Teacher Opinions. Psycho-Educational Research Reviews, 3(1), 35–43. Retrieved from