In this study, the effect of gender on Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPACK) was investigated by meta-analysis method. In this context, master's and doctoral theses about TPACK in Turkey were examined. A total of 123 theses have been examined and used to determine which theses are included in the meta-analysis. These criteria are that the theses done in Turkey were published, and the effect of gender variable on TPACK was examined, and the arithmetic means, standard deviation values or the values required for calculating them were given, and sample size values were given separately as male and female. In the meta-analysis study, 37 theses were evaluated. The impact value of the study was calculated using the random-effects model. In the research, technological pedagogical content knowledge levels of male and female teachers were statistically significant in terms of Q statistic Q (37) = 133.625, p <.001. According to the effect size (ES = -0.058), the level of technological pedagogical content knowledge of men is higher than that of women. When the effect sizes of the studies included in the meta-analysis were compared, it was found that the thesis type, sample group and the number of samples did not change the effect size of gender on TPACK.
TPACK, meta-analysis, gender, theses made in Turkey.