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This study aims to determine how the activities applied within the course ‘Introduction to Education’ affect learning the subjects about education. The research had the one-group post-test-only design, a type of quasi-experiment design. The study group of the research consisted of 97 prospective teachers. ‘Introduction to Education’ covered the discussion of 11 fundamental subjects, as well as different activities conducted in regard to each topic. Based on the results of the research, it was concluded that the activities used in the courses ensured effective learning, were appreciated by the prospective teachers and increased participation. The factors that decreased the effects of the activities, however, were found to have been mostly student-originated. Finally, it was recommended that instructors use effective activities that would increase the participation of students during the classes.
Keywords: Activities, introduction to education, teacher education.
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