Abstract The purpose of this research is to identify the curriculum development efficacy perceptions of pedagogical formation students, their views regarding their professional attitudes and pedagogical formation education via distance education they receive. The universe of the study includes 438 students who receive Pedagogical formation education via distance education in Near East University. The sampling of the study consists of 235 pedagogical formation students to implement the efficacy scale, 290 to implement the attitude scale and 73 for semi-structured interview. In the study, it was concluded the students generally perceive themselves as sufficient in the curriculum development. There are not any differences when the overall professional attitude of the students is considered. Students generally reported positive views regarding the education they receive.
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