CELEP

AcronymDefinition
CELEPCenter for Language and Ecotours of Patzcuaro (environmental conservation; est. 1983; Michoacan, Mexico)
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* Celep F, Karabacak O, Malekmohammadi M, Fidan M, Dogan M (2016).
Celep C, 2002, The Correlation Of The Factors: The Prospective Teachers' Sense Of Efficacy And Beliefs And Attitudes About Student Control.
For example, the same root celep is glossed as 'go.into'.
There are studies in the related literature conducted on the relationship between teachers'-candidate teachers' sense of efficacy and classroom management, stressing the importance of this issue (Celep, 2000; Cerit, 2011; Emmer & Hickmen, 1991; Gencer & Cakiroglu, 2007; Gibson & Dembo, 1984; Henson, 2003; Latz, 1992; Savran & Cakiroglu, 2003; Woolfolk- Hoy & Hoy, 1990).
The sessions were held within the framework of CELEP project, financed by the Italian government, and aimed at enabling local societies and improving daily life conditions.
Teachers' attachment to their schools, students, educational activities, teaching profession and colleauges and their attitudes towards them affect the normative expectations of staff members and the effectiveness of the school (Celep, 2000).
Strongly committed to ecumenical cooperation, Ana led the Latin American Evangelical Center for Pastoral Studies (CELEP) and actively promoted the work of the Latin American Council of Churches.
This paper presents a selective review of studies conducted in India and abroad, including Anderson (2007), Shahriza (2007), Train (2007), Bostrom & Lassen (2006), Corradini (2006), Dent (2006), Celep & Cetin (2005), Brier & Lebbin (2004), but this type of research is unusual, since it studies the reading habit of the senior secondary students.
ODUL CELEP, Department of International Relations, Istk University, odul@isikun.edu.tr