Education Viruses That Agonizing Education Systems Components

İsmail Gelen


The purpose of the research is to define the factors that negatively affect education and learning process. Descriptive content analysis, one of the non-interactive qualitative research designs, was used to analyze the data. The analyses were conducted in six stages. First, aim, subject, and research questions were determined. Literature review was done according to the inclusion and exclusion criteria, the literature was read, the literature tags were created in the form of a table, the codes, categories, themes were created inductively according to the descriptive content analysis, and finally, analysis, association, interpretation, signification, and reporting were made. To this aim, 238 research conducted between 2014 and 2018 were jointly investigated within the framework of determined criteria. Correlation between raters was determined as rp= 0.94. According to the obtained results, variables that negatively affect learning related to technology and media may be indicated as phone, tablet, computer, game, internet, cartoons, social media, television, and TV series. Private teaching institutions and central examinations that negatively affect teaching are among the variables related to exams. Negative and disruptive factors arising from the school, education system, and educational practices; assignments, disconnection from real life, discipline problems, legislation and procedures, teaching practices that do not change or be updated, and a low possibility for failing a class are educational fashions. Addiction related viruses such as drugs, technology addiction, smoking habits affect education negatively. Obesity and excessive consumption culture and unhealthy nutrition problems that are health-related problems are also observed. Violence, swearing, using slang words, peer bullying, moral collapse, noise pollution, and problems stemming from ignoring others are the problems arising from all kinds of school environments.

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World Journal of Education
ISSN 1925-0746(Print)  ISSN 1925-0754(Online)

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