As you know the registration to the International ICT Seagulls and Leading Seagulls Project is still going on. The deadline is 1st March. Up to now, 41 Turkish teams/circles have already registered. 25 projects had already been finalized. We hope more teams will register during the Spring Term, which starts on 9th February. I would like to share the basic information of registered teams and projects’ topics with you.
Within the ICT Seagulls Project;
1.Gaziantep College Foundation, Private Schools; “Creating Awareness for the Disabled People through empathy” project,
2.Galatasaray High School along with Galatasaray University; “Creating Awareness on Cultural Differences” project,
3.Muğla Turgut Reis Anatolian High School, “Our Key is Peace” project,
4.Private Beykent Doğa Anatolian High School, “Qualified Mathematics Teaching” and “Qualified English Teaching” Projects,
5.Üsküdar Hacı Sabancı Anatolian High School will conduct four projects; “Family Pressure on children” , “Brain Cage-Quality Education”, “Preserving Rights” and “Stigma-Moral values” projects.
ICT Leading Projects are for universities and three universities took part in it. They are as follows;
1.Istanbul Aydın University students are studying on three different projects. They are about; “Mentally Retarded Students_Their Sexual Lives and their Families”, “Shadow Teaching” and “Mentorship Training for the Gifted Students” projects.
2.Gaziantep University, Foreign Languages Higher School students and lecturers are conducting 4 ELT Projects.
3.Boğaziçi University, Faculty of Education students have just finalized 25 projects within two courses named; “Classroom Management” and “Introduction to Teaching Profession”.
During the Spring Term, more students are expected to register to the project.
As is known, the 2015 projects are not only taking schools as a target. Retired teachers, parents, business people and NGO leaders are also invited to the project. They might form their circles, determine a problem area and then start studying collaboratively. If you have any questions about this, you might write to me (firstname.lastname@example.org).
I wish a good term holiday to Turkish students and teachers. After February 9, 2015, hard work has been waiting for them. Loves,