The purpose of this study is to compare policies and practices relating to teacher in-service training in Japan and Turkey. On the basis of the findings of the study, suggestions are made about in-service training activities in Turkey. The research was carried using qualitative research methods. In-service training activities in the two education systems were investigated through visits to the educational institutions and semi-structured interviews. The study indicates that the most important problems facing in-service training activities in Turkey are a lack of professional staff, no collaborative partnerships between teachers, no provision for feedback and no systematic in-service training model.
Bayrakcı, M. (2009). In-Service Teacher Training in Japan and Turkey: a Comparative Analysis of Institutions and Practices. Australian Journal of Teacher Education, 34(1). https://doi.org/10.14221/ajte.2009v34n1.2