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									   Bursa and
Uludağ University
Bursa, is the4th
biggest city in Turkey and
also it is the twin city of
Oulu. We have a main
street named as “OULU
STREET”
 Bursa is an important city
in the field of textile
because of its strategic
position which was on the
way of Silk Road.
Bursa is on the Silk Road
Bursa on the map


          İstanbul


      BURSA

                     Ankara
  İzmir
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TRADITIONAL BURSA HOUSES
GREEN TOMB-TOMB OF AN OTTOMAN
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Uludağ University Campus
ULUDAĞ UNIVERSITY OF
BURSA
 Established in 1970
 8 Faculties
  Faculty of Education
  Faculty of Medicine
  Faculty of Arts and Sciences
  Faculty of Economics and Administrative
  Faculty of Veterinary Sciences
  Faculty of Engineering and Architecture
  Facuty of Agriculture
  Faculty of Theology 11 Vocational Schools in various parts of
    the city.
  The School of Foreign Language
  3 Research Institutes
Uludag University
Faculty of Education
Departments in the
Faculty of Education
 Foreign Language Education
 Primary Education
 Turkish Language Education
 Computer Science Education
 Educational Sciences
 Physical Education
 Fine Arts
Primary Education
Department

 The department of Primary
  Education offers four-year
  programs leading to bachelor’s
  degree in classroom teaching.
Primary Education
Department
  The branch of classroom
   teaching is a special career
   which is responsible from the
   education, instruction and
   management of the first 5
   years of elementary schools.
Primary Education
Department

  It doesn’t have special
   branches; it is a four year
   curriculum that contains
   general culture, knowledge of
   the field and knowledge of
   teaching. It aims the students
   to have the needed quality of a
   classroom teacher.
Primary Education
Department
 The integrated Department
  currently has an academic staff
  of four professors, nine
  associate professors, thirteen
  lectures and eleven assistants
  and academic groups focusing
  on many aspects of education
Primary Education
Department
  As Department of Primary Education, we
   are offering three undergraduate
   programs including Elementary Education
   Program, Early Childhood Education
   Program, and Science Education Program.
   In adddition, we are also offering
   MA and PhD programs under the
   Department of Primary Education. We have
   adapted all our courses to ECTS credits and
   offering Diploma Supplement to
   all our graduates.
     Primary Education
        Department

 The main purpose of the
  program is to educate teachers
  with a good self-image, an
  outgoing personality, a sense
  of humour and an interest in
  helping children achieve a
  positive image of their own.
Primary Education
Department
 The program also aims to develop
  teachers with a sound understanding of
  how children learn; confident in using
  technology; capable in problem-
  solving; attentive to human rights,
  democracy, and ethics. The program
  emphasises critical thinking, personal
  reflection, and professional
  development of preservice teachers.
 We would like to continue to our
  presentation with a dedication to Joan
  Amos Comenius (1592-1670) whose
  name given to this Project. He was an
  educator who worked for peace and
  unity between nations. He was
  convinced that ”Education is the only
  way to achieve full human potential”
    Since cultural perspectives
    are not usually considered in
    the curriculum, teachers have
    difficulties in dealing with the
    cultural diversity.
 Considering the fact that, teachers are
  amongst the most effective agents of
  reproduction of societies and human
  civilization, and within the framework
  of their task, they have to possess
  flexibility to comprehend multiple
  viewpoints within a broader social,
  cultural and political context.
 Thus we believe that this project
 have a potential for training teachers
 who understand different ethnic life
 styles and cultures. In other words
 “international teachers” not only be
 able to communicate and emphatisize
 better with ethnic students, but also
 be able to gain an insight into the
 other countries, their education
 systems, their languages and their
 culture.
 Given the way that diversity, similarly
  to Turkey, is one of Europe's main
  assets, furnishing teachers with
  tools will enable them to deal with
  diversity in classrooms. Thus we
  hope, collabrating in this project will
  allow us to address some of the
  questions raised by the issue of
  diversity which we face in Turkey.
 Turkey is young, dynamic, already
  assimilated to the west, already
  heavily involved in the economy of the
  EU, and with a sturdy entrepenurial
  spirit. Additionally, numbering nearly
  four million, Turkish migrants form the
  largest immigrant group in Europe,
  and they reside in a number of
  European countries.
 In this context, it is of great importance for
  us being a part of this project which
  mainly focus on the issue of European
  diversity, Europen citizenship cultural
  herritage, and specifically international
  teachers as being potential generators of
  changes that determine the ethnic
  discrimination which individual face in the
  schools, in the classroom and even in the
  family.
 Thus,teachers can help children
  develop skills, attitudes and
  values through play activities
  which allows to one to explore
  and examine ethnic and cultural
  differences in a natural setting.
 The Faculty of Education of
  Uludag University is one of the
  biggest teacher training institutes
  in Turkey so it is very relevant to
  this Project. In this context with
  the support of our teaching stuff:
 We can direct our students to
  international projects;
 We can open elective courses
  related to the awareness of
  cultural diversity;
 We can perform master and
  doctoral thesis on these issues;
 We can open international classes
  in which educational language is
  English;
 We can prepare exhibitions about
  our rich cultural heritage. Anatolia
  is very rich about folcloric
  elements of different cultures,
  ancient cities, monuments etc.
  Related to the above item folk
  dancing allows students to enjoy
  themselves while learning and
  examining dance in historical,
  cultural, ethnic, and regional
  perspective.
 We can give information about
  ethnic leisure activities.
 Like most other cultures our children live in
  ethnic enclaves while they often play
  together anda reencoureged to do so by
  teachers and parents. Neither their teachers
  nor their parents capitalize upon the natural
  opportunities provided by play activities to
  explore to examine ethnic and cultural
  differences with children. Consistent this
  we can offer courses or several activities
  about play in our culture.

								
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