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The aim of this study is to determine the level of practice and utilization of the seven principles for good practice developed by Chickering and Gamson of the instructors of science department in faculty of education. In this study, descriptive method but not experimental, which is one of the quantitative research was used as appropriate for this aim the samples of this study consist of 52 instructors studying in universities. In this study, the seven principles for good practice by Chickering and Gamson, interaction of faculty-student, corporation among student, active learning, giving profit feedback, emphasizing time on task, communicating high expectations and respecting diverse talents and ways of learning styles were defined as Standard and this study focused on to what extent the instructors utilize from the principles. A scale or measure consists of 70 questions was used as data collection tool, which involves 7 principles, and in which there were 10 items. The total internal reliability coefficient of scale was calculated as 0.68. Results show that scale items in terms of total item correlation changed between 0.542 and 0.715. Results indicate that factor values also changed between 0.476 and 0.731. The data were evaluated with ANOVA, which is descriptive, statistic and unidirectional, within the instructors' answers given to scale items/questions. The findings of this study as a result of the implementation of the principles, they entered the classroom lessons teaching staff is more than the number of students was seen as the most important problem. 6 the most common teaching staff principle, and then 5 principle behind the 3 and 2 determined that principle.