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My Talk in 17. International Convention on Students' Quality Circles, held in Kingston University, london, UK by the WCTQEE between 23-28 June 2014.

My Talk in 17. International Convention on Students' Quality Circles, held in Kingston University, london, UK by the WCTQEE between 23-28 June 2014.

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  • 1. COMBINING ‘INNOVATIVECOMBINING ‘INNOVATIVE TEACHING PROGRAM’TEACHING PROGRAM’ WİTHWİTH ‘SQCS (İMECE CIRCLES)’‘SQCS (İMECE CIRCLES)’ INTURKEYINTURKEY Hayal KÖKSAL (Ph.D.) DG (Turkey), WCTQEE
  • 2. EMPOWERING GLOBAL CITIZENS
  • 3. “...Students’ Quality Circles (SQCs) is one of the innovative educational pedagogies which empower young students to be a total quality person. It is already proven and exercised in different parts of the world since more than a decade...” (Chapagain, 2014)
  • 4. “For a peaceful and productive life within the community and in the work; communication especially through technology and team-work for solving problems are essential ingredients. From the combination of all, we can conclude the importance of innovative and creative teachers who are good at ICT for all level of students attending various schools and classes.” Köksal, 2005
  • 5.  The success of next generations in any country will depend on the harmoniously use of above mentioned issues by teachers along with the effective use of technology.  This forms the essence of change. This is just the point which should be realized by teachers.
  • 6. In order to train such teachers, my main concern is pre-service education of teachers.
  • 7. “If teachers do not acquire and display this capacity to redefine their skills for the task of teaching, and if they do not model in their own conduct the very qualities _flexibility, networking, creativity_ that are now key outcomes for students, then the challenge of schooling in the next millennium will not be met”.  Hargreaves (1999:193)
  • 8. “Partners in Learning (PiL)” Program, Microsoft Innovative Teaching and Learning (ITL) Research Project=  to assess teachers’ adoption of innovative classroom teaching practices and the degree to which those practices provide students with personalized learning experiences.
  • 9. TURKEY’S “MICROSOFT INNOVATIVE TEACHERS PROGRAM” STARTED in 2004 UNDER THE GUIDANCE OF DR. KÖKSAL
  • 10. Microsoft WORLD WIDE Forum in USA, 2007
  • 11. INNOVATIVE TEACHING COURSE at BOĞAZİÇİ UNIVERSITY since 2005-2006 Academic year with İMECE CIRCLES (SQCs)
  • 12. “Innovative teaching philosophy” has influenced all my courses . During the “Classroom Management” & “Conflict Resolution” courses for the students of the Faculty of Education, some innovative methodologies were used along with SQC. One of them was videotaping and forming a kind of MOOC for the next generations. The Faculty administration is now collaborating on it.
  • 13.   BOĞAZİÇİ UNIVERSITY FACULTY OF EDUCATION FOREIGN LANGUAGE EDUCATION DEPARTMENT   ED 401.01Classroom Management (May, 2014)   Fun in EFL Education  http://www.slideshare.net/HayalKoksal/fun-in-education Submitted By:  Tuba AYDOĞAN  & İrem KONUK To: Dr. Hayal KÖKSAL A SAMPLE PROJECT FROM BOĞAZİÇİ UNIVERSITY STUDENTS
  • 14. THANK YOU! TOGETHER WE STAND!