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In the research it was aimed to explore the attitudes and metaphorical perceptions of science, primary school and elementary school mathematics pre-service teachers’ towards renewable energy resources. The sample of the study consisted of 140 pre-service teachers’ studying in the Science Education, Classroom Education and Elementary School Mathematics Education departments of the Faculty of Education of a state university in the 2020-2021 academic year. The attitudes of pre-service teachers’ towards renewable energy resources were determined by scanning method, which is one of the quantitative research methods. In the research, the Attitude Scale towards Renewable Energy Resources and the metaphor collection form were used as data collection tools. As a result of the research, it was determined that pre-service teachers’ attitudes towards renewable energy resources were generally positive and they aimed to educate students who were sensitive to the subject of renewable energy resources. When the 112 metaphors produced by pre-service teachers’ for renewable energy resources are examined under 3 categories and 10 code titles, it was determined that they expressed the first place is the metaphor of "water", second place is the metaphor of "life", in the third place the metaphors of "child", "oxygen" and "eternity".
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