E-Learning as a Teaching Strategy Actively Used in FATIH Project
Selami Eryilmaz, Hayati Adalar, Abdullah Icinak
APA 6th edition
Eryilmaz, S., Adalar, H., & Icinak, A. (2015). E-Learning as a Teaching Strategy Actively Used in FATIH Project. European Journal of Educational Research, 4(1), 38-47. doi:10.12973/eu-jer.4.1.38
Eryilmaz S., Adalar H., and Icinak A. 2015 'E-Learning as a Teaching Strategy Actively Used in FATIH Project', European Journal of Educational Research , vol. 4, no. 1, pp. 38-47. Available from: http://dx.doi.org/10.12973/eu-jer.4.1.38
Chicago 16th edition
Eryilmaz, Selami , Adalar, Hayati and Icinak, Abdullah . "E-Learning as a Teaching Strategy Actively Used in FATIH Project". (2015)European Journal of Educational Research 4, no. 1(2015): 38-47. doi:10.12973/eu-jer.4.1.38
The changes and innovations in information and communication technologies influence the economic and social lives of the societies to a great degree. The countries accordingly take new decisions to benefit effectively from these technologies. The new media system scrolling traditional educational paradigms has also required changes in educational systems. Thanks to the new media-equipped education system in which equality of facility and opportunity parallel to world standards is provided and technologic improvement is individualized, a new generation student profile will emerge who has global competitive skill and individual conscious and awareness. The new generation student profile has to carry the skills of problem solving, using the language eloquently, creativity, critical thinking, life-long learning, media, technology and information literacy, social responsibility and teamwork. Notebooks, projectors and internet infrastructure are aimed to provide for the six hundred thousand classes of all the schools in preschools, primary-elementary and high schools to ensure equality of opportunity, amend the technology in schools and make it possible to use more effective use of CT media in teaching-learning process, which will address more senses. The studies on the issue are still continuing. This study is based on qualitative research methods and techniques in which scanning model is used. The actual case has been presented by doing examinations on FATIH project, Turkish education system, teaching strategies used, e-learning and management information systems and a study is executed on teaching strategies of FATIH project in the light of this information.
Keywords: Teaching strategies, learning management, information system, e-learning, FATIH project
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