Curriculum Literacy Perception Level of Teachers

Forthcoming Issue Volume 8 Issue 3 (July 2023)
Gizem Gündoğan İsmail Şan Ahmet Uyar
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The main purpose of this study is to determine the curriculum literacy levels of the teachers. For this purpose, the study was designed as correlational research. The participants of the study consisted of 447 teachers working in Birecik district of Şanlıurfa. The data were collected using the “Curriculum Literacy Scale” developed by Bolat (2017). In analyzing the data, measures of central tendency (mode, median, arithmetic mean) were used to determine teachers’ curriculum literacy perception levels. Mann Whitney U test was used to determine whether their perception level differed according to gender variable. Kruskal Wallis H test was used for measurements related to the school level, year of work experience, and age variables. As a result of the study, it was found that the reading perception level (X̄=89.86), writing perception level (X̄=85.57) and curriculum literacy level of teachers were at a very high level (X̄=87.79). Curriculum literacy perception levels of the teachers were found to differ according to gender variable. On the contrary, no significant difference was obtained between curriculum literacy levels and age, school level, year of work experience and postgraduate education status variables.


  • Literacy
  • curriculum literacy
  • teacher
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