Abstract This study aims to examine and evaluate the views of teachers, school directors and school inspectors based on parameter such as "gender", "seniority basis", "academic background" and "the participants' roles in teaching-learning process" in terms of the 2005 elementary education science and technology curriculum. This study was implemented in 2008-2009 academic year by 153 teachers, school directors and inspectors from 69 different schools in the province of Afyonkarahisar, and its districts-Sandıklı and Hocalar. As an evaluation form, a survey with two sections were applied. In the first section there were questions to learn the participants' personal information; in the second section, there were 38 questions aimed at identifying their views of the new 4th grade science and technology curriculum. For the data obtained from this survey, Independent Samples T-Test and One-Way ANOVAs were used. The results suggested that school directors and teachers stated some deficiencies of the new science and technology curriculum in terms of its content, teaching-learning process and its objectives. However, "evaluation and assessment" part was considered to be successful. On the other hand, school administrators expressed more positive opinions than teachers. Co-directors reported either inconsistent or similar opinions for all aspects of the curriculum. Inspectors however, indicated that the curriculum, in general, is consistent with its objectives, but there is some inefficiency in some parts. Key Words: Primary education, curriculum, teachers, primary school inspectors, administrators, science and technology.
İlköğretim, program, öğretmen, müfettiş, yönetici, fve teknoloji