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This tematic content analysis is done about teaching biotechnology which is researched in Turkey. is conducted a thematic content analysis of 64 articles, from a total of 45 magazines published in Turkey from 2003 to 2018. An analysis of the research trends of Turkish researchers based on teaching biotechnology. In this research, it has been tried to guide the researchers by determining the trends in the field and research methods frequently used in this field and research methods used in this field (changes according to publication years and languages, what kind of research problems on qualitative research subjects are emphasized, what research methods are used, data collection tools, sample or working group, data analysis methods). In studies conducted to investigate the biotechnology education in Turkey, it shows that there is not adequately address the issue of biotechnology education.
Key Words: Teaching biotechnology, Thematic Content Analysis, Academic Achievement
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