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Aktas, C. (2013). Eksel Gazetenin, Çevrimiçi Gazete Île Artan Rekabet Potansiyeli Üzerine Bir Tart?sma. Selçuk Üniversitesi Îletisim Fakültesi Akademik Dergisi, 7.

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  • TITLE: Usage of Mobile Technologies in Social Skills Development

    AUTHORS: Yunus Günindi

    KEYWORDS: Frame Code, Social Skills, Preschool, Mobile Learning

    JOURNAL NAME: Creative Education, Vol.5 No.16, September 29, 2014

    ABSTRACT: In this study, it has been aimed to reveal that pre-school children’s social adaptation skills can be supported by the application of frame code. The other aim of this study is to create awareness about the possible application areas of mobile learning technologies within the frame code in pre-school education. For this purpose, the study that consists of four experimental and four control group classes coming from similar socio-economic families children in five age groups that continued in kindergarten was carried out. 162 children participated in this study including 81 applications and 81 control groups. “Social Skills Training Program” supported by Frame Code Application (consisting of 12 acquisitions and 41 indicators) was prepared and during seven weeks, it was administered under the guidance of teachers. In order to evaluate the data before and after implementation, “Social Adaptation and Skills Scale” was used. According to the results of the study, in terms of sub-factors and social adaptation of the scale of “Social Adaptation and Skills Scale”, it was found that there was a significant difference in favor of the experimental group between experimental and control groups after application; however, after the application, social inadaptability sub-factor scores of the children in the experimental group were lower than the scores of control group children.