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2015 INTERNATIONAL ICT LEADING SEAGULLS_Beyond handicaps 2015

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2015 INTERNATIONAL ICT LEADING SEAGULLS_Beyond handicaps 2015

  1. 1. LET’S START TO DESTROY HANDICAPS FROM PRE-SCHOOL EDUCATION DR. HAYAL KOKSAL www.bilisimcimartilar.com BEYOND HANDICAPS
  2. 2. Ezgi ERARSLAN : Group Leader Rojda DEMİR : Coordinator Cumhur YAZGAN : Event Manager Cemile Büşra DUMAN : Communication 20 yaşında 19 yaşında 20 yaşında 21 yaşında Average Age: 20 Let’s Start to Destroy Handicaps from Pre-school Education
  3. 3. CONTENT  Gantt Card  Brain Storming  Matrix Diagram  Fishbone  Matrix Diagram  Literature Review  Survey  Suggestions  Conclusion
  4. 4. GANTT CARD May Steps W2 W3 W4 W1 W2 W3 W4 W1 Months Weeks March April Plan Literature review identifying targets Final video takig and presenting it to Dr. Koksal Check Act Share Determination of the problem Approval of the problem area by Dr.Koksal Determination of the main and root causes Probable solutions, developing strategies Preparing data collection tools Do Collecting data Survey Analysis data To evaluate results of survey Solution,suggestion,conclusion Ppt preparation Presentation
  5. 5. BRAIN STORMING 1- Disabled students cannot join sportive activities. 2- These people cannot live safety in daily life. 3- There are not kindergarten for disabled students. 4- They are excluded in social life. http://www.thompson-pharmacy.com/wp- content/uploads/2010/03/Gait-Trainer- New.jpg
  6. 6. MATRIX DIAGRAM
  7. 7. AWARENE SS SYSTEM FINANCIA L PEOPLE Lack of knowledge Weak interaction İgnoranc e by state Sllyabus Teacher Other children Fund Insensitivity of private sector FISHBONE
  8. 8. MATRIX DIAGRAM Awarene ss System Financial People Rojda 3 7 6 4 Ezgi 6 7 5 4 Cumhur 4 6 7 3 Cemile Büşra 5 4 3 6 TOTAL 18 24 21 17 % 22,5 30 26,25 21,25
  9. 9. LITERATURE REVIEW  "This is a child they said would not make it," said Debbie Kowalski, Amy [Kowalski]'s mother and a Coral Springs resident. "She had no control of her head at all. She could maybe roll from her belly to her back and smile a little but that was all. Pretty much, she had no motor abilities.’’ That's the condition Amy was in when she came to the Achievement and Rehabilitation Centers of Broward preschool program for disabled kids in Sunrise.
  10. 10.  Amy, 3, is one of 115 children with disabilities who attend the yearlong program at ARC of Broward, a nonprofit private agency that helps adults and kids with developmental impairments. At the preschool, kids get free individualized attention, help and training to match their specific disability.  Sanchez, O. (1995). PRESCHOOL PROGRESS ARC PROGRAM HELPS DISABLED CHILDREN. Sun Sentinel
  11. 11.  First kindergarten is established in Bursa for vision disabled children.  One another kindergarten in Turkey is Denizli Special Education Kindergarten.  This year one kindergarten is also established in Düzce for disabled children.  As you can see, there is not enough kindergarten in Turkey for preschool education of disabled children.
  12. 12. SURVEY Question 1 Do you have any familiar who is handicaped at pre- schooler ages? 40 YES NO
  13. 13. Question 2 If there is, did she/he get pre-school education ? 50 YES NO
  14. 14. Question 3 Do you know kindergarten for disabled students?
  15. 15. Question 4 There is not enough kindergarten for disabled children. In your opinion, should this problem be solved ? 95 3.2 YES NO
  16. 16. Question 5 Do you support kindergarten which are special for disabled children?
  17. 17. Question 6 Do you support that disabled students get education with your children ?
  18. 18. Question 7 Does the education system of Turkey appropriate for that both disabled children and healthy children get education together ? YES NO
  19. 19. Question 8 Does the idea of mixed class (disabled and healthy students) lead to students mental disease ? YES NO
  20. 20. Question 9 Will you support such a Project if it is started ? 80 3.2 YES NO
  21. 21. Question 10 / SUGGESTIONS What can be done to increase awareness about disabled children at the age of pre-school ? • Aid campaign could be started via social media. • The parents’ awareness about education of their disabled children should be raised. •The state should institute more special education centers. •We can make the disabled and non-disabled children friends by making playground available for the disabled children.
  22. 22. CONCLUSION  The state does not encourage this topic enoughly.  The private sector ignores this problem.  Some parents do not want disabled children in their childrens’s class.  Foundations are not interested in our subjects.  We started a campaign at www.change.org.  People support our campaign and they comment so possitively. https://www.change.org/p/cumhur-yazgan-engelli-%C3%A7ocuklar- i%C3%A7in- anaokulu?recruiter=61222566&utm_source=share_petition&utm_medium=face book&utm_campaign=share_facebook_responsive&utm_term=des-lg-no_src-
  23. 23. THANKS TO HAYAL KOKSAL FOR SUPPORT S
  24. 24. THANKS FOR LISTENING AND THANKS TO ERSOY ERDEMIR FOR HİS ASSISTANCE
  25. 25. REFERENCES  Imece Circles by Dr. Hayal Koksal  Sanchez, O. (1995). Preschool Progress Arc Program Helps Disabled Children. Sun Sintel. 5  Mavi Bilye Children Workplace- Sanem Bay  Pink Kindergarten- Asiye Yildirim Yavuz  Darıca Menekse Kindergarten- Beyhan Cam

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