Projeler

3 April 2012

PART I

PART II

 

INNOVATIVE HISTORY EDUCATION EXAMPLAR ACTIVITIES (.pdf 3.84 Mb)

PROGRAMME

DAY 3: A KEY TO EUROPE: INNOVATIVE METHODOLOGY FOR TURKISH HISTORY EDUCATION AND ALL (SEE PAGE 15 FOR DETAILS) TUESDAY 3 APRIL

09.00

09.45     Presentations: A Key to Europe: Innovative Methodology for Turkish History Education

Dr. Semih Aktekin (EUROCLIO Board Secretary, KaradenizTechnical University, Fatih Faculty of Education, EUROCLIO Project Coordinator) & Dr Huseyin Koksal (Chief-Editor Key to Europe, Gazi University, Ankara):

- Official Presentation of the Publication and Website

- Introduction of the project; Aims and activities; Expectations; Results and effects; Activities and outputs; Teaching materials

Stepan Ihrig (University of Cambridge/University of Regensburg)

-Initial observations on the project publication “Innovative History Education, Examplar Activities”

10.00     Prof. Dr. Ziya Selcuk (Gazi University, Ankara): Barriers to Innovative Methodology in Turkey: A Critical Analysis

11.00     Coffee and Tea Break

11.30     Eight parallel turkish workshops; Showcasing and Peer-Reviewing Teaching Material from A Key to Europe by Authors and Editors

Titles of the workshops:

1. Secil Buket Meydan

From emigrants’ perspectives, How does forced migration affect people?

2. Prepared by Dr. Ayten Kiriş, Presented by Selahattin Kaymakci:

Peace carrying ship ‘Kurtulus’, How Turkish and Greece friendship developed?

3. Prepared by Hasan Sungur, Presented by Ahmet Tokdemir:

1908: Was it a coup or revolution, Was the Second Constitution in 1908 a coup or revolution?

4. Hakan Herdem:

Great fire of Izmir, Who burned Izmir?

5. Prepared by İbrahim Hakkı Öztürk, Presented by Ayşe Bilgiç & Gulsen Tural:

Reading Historical Sources Critically, Who won Kadesh war? Do historical sources tell the truth?

6. Hasan Sungur:

Anatomy of a concept, How many means can be loaded on a concept over time?

7. Dr Gülin Karabağ:

Hittites - the life, culture and beliefs of Hittites

8. Dr. Yasin Dogan:

Ottomans in Tunisia from Ottoman and Spanish Perspective, How claims are created from historical sources?

NOTE: For division of groups, please see workshops participants list in conference folder.

NOTE: See below for detials

13.00     Lunch in Hotel Kervansaray

14.30     Presentation & Discussion:

Dr. Teyfur Erdoğdu :Turkish historiography: from tradition to modern perspectives; implications for the learning and teaching of history

15.30     Coffee and tea break

16.00     Panel Discussion chaired by Alain Servantie (Advisor in DG Enlargement since 2004, European Commission) with participants including teachers, parents and students from a variety of background, living in Turkey

How do we deal with History when we live abroad?:

- Foreigners in Turkey and Turks abroad

- Perspectives from Teachers

- Parents and Education Administrators

18.00     Antalya by Night

City Tour / Free Evening in town.