Teachers Opinion about Support Program in Primary Schools (SPPS)

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Hüseyin Anılan, Kübra Özgan


The aim of this study is to examine the opinions of teachers’ about the Support Program in Primary Schools (SPPS) implemented in the 2018-2019 academic years. In this study, which is based on qualitative research, the study group consisted of 18 teachers who were determined with maximum diversity technique and criterion sampling technique. The data of the study was collected by semi-structured interview form and analyzed by content analysis. As a result of the research, teachers believe that the program is helpful for students in terms of providing students with one-to-one interest and compensating the deficiencies of the students. In addition, the participating teachers found that the SPPS materials are appropriate but suggested that the levels should be diversified. On the other hand, it was seen that teachers were not informed enough about SPPS. All of the teachers who participated in the research stated that the program had positive effects on the students and emphasized that the academic achievement of the students increased and their self-confidence and motivation towards the lesson increased.

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