Research

Books and Edited Volumes


Book Chapters


Articles

    • Çelik, S., & Özbay, A. Ş. (2011). Should we “give them a fish” or “teach them to fish”? Finding equilibrium between teacher-fronted and student-fronted pedagogies in foreign language education in Turkey. In Proceedings of the Riga Teacher Training and Educational Management Academy’s 6th Young Scientist Conference, Riga, Latvia (pp. 88-89).
    • Çelik, S., & Özbay, A. Ş. (2010). Teacher-centered versus student-centered learning: Which approach is most effective in EFL classrooms? In Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference of Young Scientists (Humanities and Social Sciences 2010), Lviv, Ukraine (pp. 88-89).
    • Amaç, Z., & Çelik, S. (2010). Pre-service teachers’ perspectives about early field experiences: How do they view their student-teaching programs? In Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference of Young Scientists (Humanities and Social Sciences 2010), Lviv, Ukraine (pp. 224-225).

Conference/Symposium Presentations

    • Çelik, S. (2016, September). How can we develop pre-service English teachers’ intercultural awareness? The takeaway from a course in American culture. Paper presented at the 10th International Congress on Social Sciences, Madrid, Spain. PDF
    • Çelik, S., Ismailov, A., & Çaylak, N. (2015, May). Supporting multicultural competence in Lithuania: Motivational factors and expectations for learning about Turkic cultures. Paper presented at the 3rd annual Conference on Sustainable Multilingualism: Language, Culture and Society, Kaunas, Lithuania. PDF
    • Çelik, S. (2014, May). Towards the need for a hands-on approach to teaching foreign cultures in the EFL classroom. Paper presented at the International Conference on Language, Literature and Culture in Education (LLCE2014), Nitra, Slovakia. PDF
    • Çelik, S., & Karaca, B. (2014, May). Considering culture in developing an EFL curriculum for K-8 learners in Turkey. Paper presented at the International Conference on Language, Literature and Culture in Education (LLCE2014), Nitra, Slovakia. PDF
    • Kırkgöz, Y., Çelik, S., & Arıkan, A. (2014, April). Designing an ELT curriculum for young Turkish learners: Pedagogical foundations, practical considerations, and procedures. Paper presented at the 1st Eurasian Educational Research Congress, Istanbul, Turkey. PDF
    • Çelik, S., Kazazoğlu, S., & Karaca, B. (2013, September). Intercultural experiences of foreign students: Erasmus students’ perspectives on their development of cross-cultural awareness. Paper presented at the 2nd International Scientific Conference “Sustainable Multilingualism: Research, Studies, Culture,” Kaunas, Lithuania. PDF
    • Sadık, O., Çelik, S., & Ottenbreit-Leftwich, A. (2013, November). Preparing future teachers for the movement to increase opportunities and technology (FATIH) Project goals. Paper presented at the 2013 AECT International Convention, Anaheim, California. PDF
    • Çelik, S., & Aytın, K. (2013, October). Authentic materials use in university preparatory classes: The experiences of Turkish EFL instructors. Paper presented at the 6th Social Sciences Education Congress, Trabzon, Turkey. PDF
    • Çelik, S., & Bayram, E. (2013, October). The benefits of teaching foreign languages to students with special needs: Opinions of Turkish special education teachers. Paper presented at the 6th Social Sciences Education Congress, Trabzon, Turkey.
    • Çelik, S., Mačianskienė, N., & Aytin, K. (2013, September). Becoming the “good” language teacher through ongoing professional development: A comparative study of the attitudes and practices of Turkish and Lithuanian EFL Instructors. Paper presented at the 2nd International Scientific Conference “Sustainable Multilingualism: Research, Studies, Culture,” Kaunas, Lithuania.
    • Çelik, S., & Aytin, K. (2013, February). Digital literacies in the EFL classroom: Challenges faced by Turkish instructors of English as a foreign language. Paper presented at the International Conference on Interdisciplinary Research in Education, Kyrenia, Cyprus.
    • Çelik, S., & Kasapoğlu, H. (2013, February). Implementing the recent curricular changes to English language instruction in Turkey: Opinions and concerns of elementary school administrators. Paper presented at the International Conference on Interdisciplinary Research in Education, Kyrenia, Cyprus.
    • Çelik, S., Bayraktar-Çepni, S., & İlyas, H. (2012, May). The need for ongoing professional development: Perspectives of Turkish university-level EFL instructors. Paper presented at the Akdeniz Language Studies Conference, Antalya, Turkey.
    • Çelik, S. (2012, May). Plurilingualism, pluriculturalism, and the CEFR: Are Turkey’s foreign language objectives reflected in classroom instruction? Akdeniz Language Studies Conference, Antalya, Turkey.
    • Çelik, S., Aytin, K., & Bayram E. (2012, May). Implementing cooperative learning in the language classroom: Opinions of Turkish teachers of English. Paper presented at the Akdeniz Language Studies Conference, Antalya, Turkey.
    • Amaç, Z., Akgün, İ. H., & Çelik, S. (2012, September). Multicultural experiences of teacher educators in the US: What can we learn from them? Paper presented at the European Educational Research Association’s European Conference on Education (ECER2012), Cadiz, Spain.
    • Çelik, S., & Özbay, A. Ş. (2010, December). Should we “give them a fish” or “teach them to fish”? Finding equilibrium between teacher-fronted and student-fronted pedagogies in foreign language education in Turkey. Paper presented at the Riga Teacher Training and Educational Management Academy’s 6th Young Scientist Conference, Riga, Latvia.
    • Çelik, S., & Özbay, A. Ş. (2010, November). Teacher-centered versus student-centered learning: Which approach is most effective in EFL classrooms? Paper presented at the 2nd International Conference of Young Scientists (Humanities and Social Sciences 2010), Lviv, Ukraine.
    • Amaç, Z., & Çelik, S. (2010, November). Pre-service teachers’ perspectives about early field experiences: How do they view their student-teaching programs? Paper presented at the 2nd International Conference of Young Scientists (Humanities and Social Sciences 2010), Lviv, Ukraine.