Technology is advancing day by day and like all countries, our country follows the changes brought by new technologies. The development of societies lies on adapting to these changes. However, adopting these changes as a society is possible through innovative approaches being embedded into country policies, and the most important actors of this process are school-age students, the active workforce of the future. Creating innovative flexible learning spaces for students and raising them as self-confident individuals who have 21st century skills are the duties and responsibilities of policy makers in the field of education.
Design of the Project / MoNE YEGITEK
Methodological Framework for Innovative Classrooms Training / EUN Prt.AISBL Teacher Trainings
Scenarios Development / PADAGOGIS CHE HOCHSCHU LE WIEN
Establishing the Innovative Online Platform (IOP)/ MoNE YEGITEK
Project Evaluation & Dissemination / MoNE YEGITEK
The main objectives of the project are to create new learning environments using information and communication technologies and to develop high-level skills such as scientific, creative and critical thinking by integrating innovative practices in education with STEAM Education that supports 21st century skills and multi-disciplinary learning areas. It is pretty important for the adults to have digital competencies and to use technology correctly in order to grow up healthy individuals in the society. In this context, there is a need for competent teachers and educational first. The trainer trainings for the significant infrastructure will be provided to the teachers during the project.
In addition, it will be given importance to make the educational scenarios to ensure sustainability, which are challenging for students, and based on with real life.
Students are individuals mentally ready to question and any practise they will experience under STEAM education will reinforce their learning desires and support their creative thinking skills.
Plot studies will be carried out to evaluate the consistency of the project for its purposes, to eliminate deficiencies and improve the activities. Also, expert teams in the field will evaluate the process.
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