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In this study, the effects of university education on lifelong learning tendencies of teachers and preservice teachers by some variables were aimed to analyse. In this study, survey model was used. The population of the study consists of the teachers serving in Turkey and the preservice teachers having been studying at Faculty of Arts at a university in 2016–2017 academic year and its samples consist of the first and second grade teachers and 3rd—4th grade preservice teachers. The effect of university education on lifelong learning tendency scale developed by researchers was used in this study. The findings obtained at the end of the study indicate that teachers have better lifelong learning tendency level than those of preservice teachers; there is a significant difference on behalf of females by just sex variable among age, professional seniority, branch variables.
Keywords: Lifelong learning tendency, university education, teacher, preservice teacher.
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