The Reflections of Visual Literacy Training in Pre-Service Teachers’ Perceptions and Instructional Materials Design
Gülgün Bangir Alpan

This study was conducted to describe the visual literacy training perceptions of pre-service pre-school teachers and the way they use the design tools learned during visual literacy training in their instructional materials. Participants were 57 pre-service teachers and 226 pre-school students. Qualitative data were collected by using semi-structured interviews and student diaries, while quantitative data were collected through the use of graded materials evaluation forms and observation forms for pre-school students. The findings suggested that pre-service teachers had positive perceptions of the visual literacy course. In instructional materials design, they were often successful at the use of design tools.

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