Department of Primary School Teaching



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I. Semester

MB-Introduction to Education (2-0-2-3)

Basic concepts of education and training; aims and functions of education; the relationship of education with other fields and sciences; legal, social, cultural, historical, political, economic, philosophical and psychological foundations of education; method in educational sciences; school and classroom as an educational and learning environment; current developments in the teaching profession and teacher training; educational trends in the twenty-first century.


MB-Sociology of Education (2-0-2-3)

Basic concepts of sociology: Society, social structure, social phenomenon, social event etc.; pioneers of sociology (Ibn-i Haldun, A. Comte, K. Marx, E. Durkheim, M. Weber et al.) and educational views; education in terms of basic sociological theories (functionalism, structuralism, symbolic interactionism, conflict theory, critical theory, phenomenology and ethnomethodology); social processes (socialization, social stratification, social mobility, social change, etc.) and education; social institutions (family, religion, economy, politics) and education; The development of sociology and sociology of education in Turkey (Ziya Gökalp, İsmail Hakkı Baltacıoğlu, Nurettin Topçu, Mümtaz Turhan et al.); culture and education; School as a social, cultural, moral system and community.


GK-Atatürk's Principles and History of Revolution 1 (2-0-2-3)

Internal and external reasons that prepared the collapse of the Ottoman Empire; XIX. Innovation movements in the Ottoman Empire in the 19th century; The currents of ideas in the last period of the Ottoman Empire; XX. The political and military situation of the Ottoman Empire at the beginning of the century; World War I and the Armenian question; Invasion of Anatolia and reactions; Mustafa Kemal Pasha's departure to Samsun and his activities; congress period and organization; the opening of the last Ottoman Chamber of Deputies and the acceptance of the National Pact; Preparation for the National Struggle and the material and moral foundations of this preparation; The opening and activities of the TGNA; Treaty of sevr; the struggles on the Southern and Eastern fronts; the establishment of the regular army, the Greek offensive and the wars on the Western front, the signing of the Armistice of Mudanya, the convening of the Lausanne Conference and the signing of the Peace Treaty.


GK-Foreign Language 1 (2-0-2-3)

Now; present tense; verbal, reading, writing and listening skills during these times; verbal skills (introducing oneself, being able to describe something/place, giving directions, question and answer patterns for personal information); reading skills (reading lists/labels in restaurants, buses, trains, etc., shopping malls, asking questions, etc.); writing skills (writing text messages, writing poster content, filling out forms); listening skills (directions, directions to places/persons, etc.).

GK-Turkish Language 1 (3-0-3-5)

Written language and its features; spelling and punctuation; characteristics of written and oral expression; paragraph creation and paragraph types (introductory, body, conclusion paragraphs); ways of developing thinking (explanation, discussion, narration, description; definition, exemplification, witnessing, comparison, etc. applications); text structure (structural features of the text, introduction-development-result sections); textuality features (cohesiveness, coherence; purposefulness, acceptability, contingency, informational, intertextuality); writing text (drafting, writing, editing and sharing); writing informative-explanatory text; writing a narrative text; writing descriptive text; writing argumentative and persuasive text.


GK-Information Technologies (3-0-3-5)

Information technologies and computational thinking; problem solving concepts and approaches; algorithm and flowcharts; computer systems; basic concepts of software and hardware; basics of operating systems, current operating systems; file management; utilities (third party software); word processing programs; calculation/table/graph programs; presentation programs; desktop publishing; database management systems; Web designing; internet use in education; communication and collaboration technologies; safe internet use; IT ethics and copyrights; effects of computers and internet on children/youth.


AE- Basic Mathematics in Primary School

Number systems and hierarchical model, closure properties of number systems with respect to four operations, mathematical modelling, problem solving and construction involving four operations, writing a base 10 number in other bases and converting a number written in other bases to base 10, base 10 divisibility rules for 2, 3, 4, 5 and 10 with proofs, least common multiple and greatest common divisor, four operations with fractions and fractions, relation between fractions and ratios, writing numbers in decimal fractions and four operations, pattern , basic geometric shapes, basic space geometry – geometric objects and their expansions, the concept of measurement and basic units of measurement.


AE- Türkiye Geography and Geopolitics

Turkey's place and location: Turkey's geopolitical and geostrategic situation and features, mathematical location features, special location features (neighborhoods), country groups features (political, military, economic, cultural organizations), Turkey's physical features (climate, hydrographic features, soil structure, vegetation), socioeconomic characteristics (population, settlement, agriculture, forestry, animal husbandry, energy, industry, transportation, tourism).

II. Semester

MB-Educational Psychology (2-0-2-3)

Basic concepts of psychology and educational psychology; research methods in educational psychology; development theories, areas of development and development processes; individual differences in development; basic concepts of learning; factors affecting learning; learning theories within the framework of education-learning processes; motivation in the learning process.


MB-Educational Philosophy (2-0-2-3)

Basic subjects and problem areas of philosophy; philosophy of existence, knowledge, morals/values and education; basic philosophical movements (idealism, realism, naturalism, empiricism, rationalism, pragmatism, existentialism, analytical philosophy) and education; educational philosophy and educational movements: Perennialism, essentialism, progressivism, existential education, critical/radical education; Educational views of some philosophers (Plato, Aristotle, Socrates, J. Dewey, İbn-i Sina, Farabi, J. J. Rousseau et al.) in the Islamic world and in the West; human nature, individual differences and education; education in terms of some political and economic ideologies; The currents of thought and education that are effective in the modernization process in Turkey; Philosophical foundations of Turkish education system.


GK-Atatürk's Principles and History of Revolution 2 (2-0-2-3)

Reforms made in the political field (abolition of the Sultanate, proclamation of the Republic, abolition of the Caliphate, etc.); social reforms (Hat reform, closure of lodges and lodges, Calendar, Clock and Surname Law); reforms realized in the field of education and culture (Tevhid-i Tedrisat Law, Alphabet Revolution, Turkish History and Language Revolution); reforms in the field of law; Attempts to transition to multi-party life in the Atatürk period and reactions (establishment and closure of the Progressive Cumhuriyet Fırka, Sheikh Said rebellion and assassination attempt on Atatürk); Attempts to transition to multi-party political life in the Atatürk period (establishment and closure of the Free Republican Party and the Menemen Incident); Turkey's economic resources and policy in the Republican era (İzmir Economics Congress); Atatürk period Turkish foreign policy (Population Exchange, membership to the League of Nations, Balkan Entity and Loyalty Pact); Atatürk period Turkish foreign policy (Montreux Convention, Hatay's accession to the Motherland, Turkey's bilateral relations with other countries); Definition, scope and principles of Atatürk's thought system; Turkey after Atatürk, the ruling years of the Democrat Party, Turkey in the 1960s and 1970s, Turkey's foreign policy after 1960.


GK-Foreign Language 2 (2-0-2-3)

Past tense; future tense; mods (can, could, may, must, etc.); speaking, reading, writing and listening skills in these tenses and moods; verbal skills (asking questions in restaurants, ordering food, etc.); reading skills (internet weather reports, recipe, poster/poster text, etc.); writing skills (writing text messages, giving written directions, writing e-mails/invitations, etc.); listening skills (weather report, recipe, etc.).


GK-Turkish Language 2 (3-0-3-5)

Features of academic language and writing; using definitions, concepts and terms in academic writings; objective and subjective expression; structure and types of academic texts (articles, reports and scientific abstracts, etc.); making a claim, proposition (justifying, defending, or opposing an idea); formal features of scientific reports and articles; the steps of writing a report; explanation, discussion, establishing intertextual relations, citing references (citing and footnotes, bibliography); writing titles, summarizing, writing keywords; ethical principles to be considered in scientific writings; academic writing practices.

AE-Environmental Education (2-0-2-3)

Basic ecological concepts and principles, ecosystems, food chains, food web, habitat, competition; common life and mutual living, energy flow, circulation of matter, population growth, ecological impact, erosion, soil and water resources, environmental awareness, studies on environmental awareness in the world, institutions and organizations; environmental education in primary school programs.


AE- Basic Science in Primary School (3-0-3-5)

Subject and principles of natural/science science, basic concepts of science, place of science among other sciences, historical development, aims of science teaching, general information about science subjects in primary school curriculum, their characteristics and daily life equivalents and usage areas.


AE -Turkish History and Culture (2-0-2-4)

The first homeland of the Turks-The first civilizations established in the homeland, the lives of the Turks before the Huns, Huns: Great Hun State-Clans migration and European Huns-Akhuns, Tolunoğulları-İhşit-Karahanlılar-Ghaznavids, Great Seljuk State-Anatolian Seljuk State, Ottoman State (Establishment and Rise periods), Ottoman Empire (Stagnation and Collapse Periods), Other Turkish States (Azerbaijan-Kazakhstan-Kyrgyzstan-Turkmenistan-Uzbekistan-Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus and its communities), Culture and Civilization.



III. Semester

MB- Instructional Technologies

Information technologies in education; teaching process and classification of instructional technologies; theoretical approaches to instructional technologies; new directions in learning approaches; current literacy; instructional technologies as tools and materials; design of teaching materials; designing thematic teaching materials; field-specific object warehouse creation, teaching material evaluation criteria.


MB -Turkish Education History

The subject, method and sources of Turkish education history; education in the first Turkish states; education in the first Muslim Turkish states; Education in Türkiye Seljuks and Anatolian Principalities; Education in the Ottoman Empire: The education system until the first innovation movements; 13-18. education in Turkish states outside the Ottoman geography in the centuries; Innovation movements in education in the Ottoman Empire until the Tanzimat; The establishment of the modern education system from the Tanzimat to the Republic; reorganization of traditional education; 19-20. education in other Turkish states and communities in Eurasia in the centuries; education in the period of national struggle; Education in the Republic of Turkey: The foundations, structure, establishment and development of the Turkish education system; teacher training process from the beginning to the present; Education in the Turkish world in the 21st century; common goals, language and alphabet unity, joint history writing exercises.


AE- Drama in Primary School

Definition and meaning of the term drama; psycho-drama, creative drama, educational drama, socio-drama etc. concepts; drama-play relationship; history of drama practices in education; the structure and application stages of drama in education; drama environment and teacher qualifications; evaluation of drama; Developing and applying drama examples suitable for educational purposes in the field.


AE -Sciences Laboratory Applications

The purpose and importance of the laboratory in science teaching; safety in the laboratory; scientific method, scientific process skills and how they are acquired; laboratory experiments for primary school (planning, conducting and evaluating the results of the experiments), test worksheets and preparation of the experiment report; examples of experiments that can be made with simple and inexpensive materials; group studies.


AE- Primary Reading and Writing Teaching

Reading and its importance, listening, speaking, visual reading and visual presentation; reading and writing learning areas and the relationship between them, the characteristics of Turkish and its effect on primary reading-writing teaching; reading and writing teaching approaches, the aims and principles of primary reading and writing teaching, the basic characteristics of first grade teachers and students in terms of primary reading and writing teaching; readiness for primary reading and writing (student) and preparation (teacher), failure in primary reading and writing teaching and its reasons, tools used in primary reading and writing teaching (characteristics, selection, creation and use of tools); methods applied in primary reading and writing teaching (definitions, features, classification, applications, advantages and limitations of methods); sound-based sentence method (definition, principles, features, stages and application), stages of sound-based sentence method eading and writing teaching practices, development of vocabulary, evaluation of primary reading and writing, primary literacy teaching and use of technology.


IV. Semester

MB- Teaching Principles and Methods

Basic concepts of teaching principles and methods; teaching-learning principles, models, strategies, methods and techniques; setting goals and objectives in teaching; content selection and arrangement in teaching and learning; teaching materials; instructional planning and instructional plans; theories and approaches to teaching; effective school teaching, learning and success in learning; evaluation of classroom learning.


MB -Research Methods in Education

Basic concepts and principles related to research methods; research process (recognizing the problem, identifying the problem and sample, collecting and analyzing data, interpreting the results); general characteristics of data collection tools; analysis and evaluation of data; access to articles, theses and databases; research models and types; basic paradigms in scientific research; quantitative and qualitative research patterns; sampling in qualitative research, data collection, data analysis; validity and safety in qualitative research; article or thesis review, evaluation and presentation; preparing a research report in accordance with research principles and ethics; action research in education.


GK -Community Service Practices

Society, community service practices and social responsibility concepts; social responsibility projects in terms of social and cultural values; identifying current societal problems; preparing projects for the solution of identified social problems; voluntarily taking part in social responsibility projects individually and as a group; participating in social responsibility projects in various institutions and organizations; participating in scientific events such as panels, conferences, congresses, symposiums as audience, speaker or organizer; Evaluating the results of social responsibility projects.


AE- Games and Physical Activities Teaching

Theoretical structure related to the Primary School Game and Physical Activities course (1-4. Grades) curriculum structure, basic skills, basic elements of the program, achievements according to classes, teaching methods, classroom management, measurement and evaluation), practices related to primary school game and physical activities course acquisitions (lesson plan, study plans, preparation and application of measurement tools), educational and musical games, examples of modern folk dances, definition and general features of the game, teaching games.

AE -Turkish Teaching

Contemporary methods and techniques that can be used in Turkish teaching; development of reading, writing, listening, speaking and comprehension skills; diagnosing and eliminating reading difficulties; structure of reading texts; teaching poems, informative and narrative texts, intertextual reading and writing; Making meaning from texts, developing vocabulary, media literacy (visual reading and presentation), reading and using technology, questions and types about constructing meaning from texts; development of critical thinking through reading and writing; speed reading and its techniques; main idea teaching and methods; purposes, types and rules of reading; assessment of reading, writing, listening, speaking and comprehension; Examining the primary school Turkish curriculum and its relation with other lessons will be covered.


V. Semester

MB- Classroom Management

Basic concepts related to classroom management; physical, social and psychological dimensions of the classroom; classroom rules and discipline in the classroom; models of classroom discipline and management; management of student behavior in the classroom, the process of communication and interaction in the classroom; student motivation in the classroom; time management in the classroom; the teacher as an instructional leader in the classroom; management of teacher-parent meetings; creating a positive classroom and learning climate; Case studies on classroom management according to school levels.


MB- Ethics and Conduct in Education

Basic concepts and theories about morality and ethics; ethical principles, ethical rules, business and professional ethics/ethics; the teaching profession with its social, cultural, moral and ethical aspects; the right to education and learning ethical principles in education, training, learning and evaluation; ethical principles in relations with education stakeholders (employers/managers, colleagues, parents, professional organizations and society); moral/ethical responsibilities of education/school administrators, parents and students; unethical behavior in business and professional life; Ethical regulations regarding public administration, education and teachers in Turkey; unethical behaviors in school and education, ethical dilemmas, problems and solutions; moral/ethics education at school and ethics committees; school principal and teacher as a moral/ethical leader.

AE- Social Sciences Teaching

Purpose, concept and content of the Life Studies lesson, the historical development of the Life Studies lesson in Turkey and the approaches to the Life Studies lesson in other countries; Acquisitions, skills, concepts, etc. of the Life Studies curriculum. examination in terms of features, the themes in the program and the distribution of the gains included in the themes according to the classes, basic teaching skills in life studies teaching, teaching strategies, studies-examples on the use of teaching methods and techniques in the Life Studies course, the use of resources and materials in the Life Science teaching, the Life Studies course values and democracy education, exemplary practices related to the Life Studies Program and evaluation of classroom activities.


AE- Teaching Mathematics 1

Purpose and basic principles of mathematics teaching; history of mathematics teaching (in the world and in Turkey); teaching and learning strategies to be used in mathematics teaching; scope, purpose and features of primary school mathematics curriculum; major learning theories and their relation to mathematics learning; important skills in mathematics education, relating, representations, communication, reasoning, problem solving (strategies, stages, types of problems, etc.); using information technologies, the development of the concept of number in children (pre-counting developments, one-to-one matching, cardinal value, combining, separation, comparison, equivalence, scarcity, multiplicity, etc.); place value, formation of natural numbers and their structural properties; arithmetic operations, related topics in primary school mathematics curriculum, achievements and examples of activities suitable for them.


AE -Science Teaching

Basic concepts of science and science education; characteristics of science, technology, scientific knowledge and scientific method, science and technology literacy, science-technology-society-environment relations, attitudes towards science, aims of science teaching, historical development of science teaching in Turkey and in the world, constructivist approach and science learning, cognitive development and science education, characteristics of primary school science curriculum and its relationship with other courses, developing scientific process skills and sample applications.


VI. Semester

MB-Measurement and Evaluation in Education

The place and importance of measurement and evaluation in education; basic concepts of measurement and evaluation; psychometric (validity, reliability, usefulness) properties of measurement tools; development and implementation of achievement tests; interpreting test results and giving feedback; analysis of test and item scores; evaluation and grading.


MB -Turkish Education System and School Management

The formation of education systems and the structure of the Turkish education system; Basic laws regulating the Turkish education system; Central, provincial and foreign organization of the Ministry of National Education; Education levels in the Turkish education system; Manpower, physical, technological and financial resources in the Turkish education system; Reform and innovation initiatives in the Turkish education system; organization-management theories and processes; school as a social system and organization; human resource management; student personnel affairs; jobs related to education and training; school management jobs; school, environment, community and family relations; Current discussions and trends about Turkish education system and school.

AE -Social Studies Teaching

Social studies field and its features, basic aims and basic skills of Social Studies, literacy in Social Studies, basic themes and fields in Social Studies, place and history of Social Studies in primary school program, Examination of Social Studies Curriculum (acquisition, skill, theme, etc.). ), strategies, methods, techniques and materials used in Social Studies teaching, sample applications related to them, democracy, human rights and values education in Social Studies lesson, examples and comparisons from Social Studies textbooks in Turkey and other countries.


AE- Teaching Mathematics 2

Fractions, student difficulties in learning fractions, different meanings of fractions, fraction models, equivalence, comparison, ordering, operations with fractions, decimal fractions, operations with decimal fractions, geometry, development of geometric thinking in children, 2 and 3 dimensional geometry subjects and their teaching, measurement and measurements , development of the idea of measurement in children, measurement of size, area, volume, time, weighing, money, data management, tables and graphics, measurement and evaluation in mathematics education, multiple measurement-evaluation methods and techniques, related subjects in primary school mathematics curriculum, achievements and these examples of appropriate activities.


AE –Religion and Ethics Teaching

Basic concepts in teaching religious culture and ethics: religion culture-morality concepts; Islam and other religions; concept of faith: conditions of faith in Islam, basic principles of Islam; worship: the concept of worship; principles of morality and morality related to the individual and society; basic values and teaching of life; examination of primary school religious culture and ethics curriculum; achievements, content, teaching approaches, evaluation of learning.


VII. Semester

MB-Teaching Practice 1

Making observations about field-specific teaching methods and techniques; making individual and group micro-teaching practices using field-specific special teaching methods and techniques; field-specific activity and material development; preparing teaching environments, managing the classroom, measuring, evaluating and reflecting.


MB- Special Education and Inclusion

Basic concepts of special education; principles and historical development of special education; legal regulations on special education; diagnosis and evaluation in special education; individualization of teaching; mainstreaming and support special education services; participation of the family in education and cooperation with the family; characteristics of different disability and ability groups; educational approaches and teaching strategies for different groups; effective strategies and behavior management in classroom management.


AE -Music Teaching

Music teaching methods and techniques, note teaching techniques, arranging songs for children with orff instruments by making use of rhythm and melody, effective use of the instrument in song teaching, the relationship between play, music, dance, drama and speech, music-aesthetics relationship and musical taste development, music lesson activities. associating with other disciplines, activities related to primary education music program.


AE -Teaching Foreign Languages in Primary School

Comparison of Turkish and English teaching, approaches, methods, techniques and practices used in teaching English at primary school level, related subjects, achievements and appropriate activity examples in the 2nd, 3rd and 4th grade primary school foreign language curriculum.


VIII. Semester

MB- Teaching Practice 2

Making observations about field-specific special teaching methods and techniques; making micro-teaching practices using field-specific special teaching methods and techniques; the ability to independently plan a lesson; developing course-related activities and materials; preparing teaching environments; managing the classroom, measuring, evaluating and reflecting.


MB- Guidance in Schools

The place of guidance and psychological counseling (RPD) services in education; philosophy, purpose, principles and program of the developmental guidance model (comprehensive developmental RPD program); essential services/interventions; role and function of teachers in classroom guidance; Competencies to be gained in educational, vocational, personal and social areas within the scope of RPD services; cooperation between school administrators and teachers, guidance counselor and psychological counselor; Preparation and implementation of classroom RPD plans and programs.


AE - Character and Value Education

Conceptual framework: Character, personality/personality, value, virtue, morality, temperament, etc.; character development and education; family, environment and school in character development and education; definition and classification of values; the sources of values and their individual, social, cultural, religious, moral foundations; character and value education approaches and practices; intercultural differentiation and coexistence culture in character and value education; character and value education in terms of educational philosophy and goals; teaching methods and techniques in character/value education; the crisis of values and education in modern and multicultural societies; value education in the human-cultural development process; Examples of values education from Turkish education and cultural history, values education practices and researches in Turkey; teacher as a role model in character and value education.


AE- Visual Arts Teaching

Recognizing the functions of visual arts education in terms of mental and emotional aspects, determining the development level of students according to the graphical developmental stages, reading children's drawing, making children love visual arts and expressing themselves through art; applying the art activities appropriate to the program in the context of art history, art criticism and aesthetic disciplines; differentiation in visual, auditory and tactile perception, the development of learning and creativity with the field of art.


Semester Elective Courses

III. Semester

Vocational Elective Courses

1. SNOMS 205

2. SNOMS 207

3. SNOMS 209


General Culture Elective Courses

1. SNOGS 201

2. SNOGS 203

3. SNOGS 205

4. SNOGS 207

Field Education Elective Courses

1. SNOAS 205

2. SNOAS 207


Vocational Elective Courses

1. SNOMS 206

2. SNOMS 208

3. SNOMS 210


General Culture Elective Courses

1. SNOGS 202

2. SNOGS 204

3. SNOGS 206

4. SNOGS 208

Field Education Elective Courses

1. SNOAS 206

2. SNOAS 208


V. Semester

Vocational Elective Courses

1. SNOMS 305

2. SNOMS 307

3. SNOMS 309

4. SNOMS 311

General Culture Elective Courses

1. SNOGS 301

2. SNGOS 303

3. SNGOS 305

4. SNGOS 307

5. SNGOS 309

Field Education Elective Courses

1. SNOAS 311

2. SNOAS 313


VI. Semester

Vocational Elective Courses

1. SNOMS 306

2. SNOMS 308

3. SNOMS 310

4. SNOMS 312

5. SNOMS 314

6. SNOMS 316

General Culture Elective Courses

1. SNGOS 302

2. SNGOS 304

3. SNGOS 306

4. SNGOS 308

Field Education Elective Courses

1. SNOAS 310

2. SNOAS 310


VII. Semester

Vocational Elective Courses

1. SNOMS 405

2. SNOMS 407

3. SNOMS 409


Field Education Elective Courses

1. SNOAS 407

2. SNOAS 409


VIII. Semester

Vocational Elective Courses

1. SNOMS 406

2. SNOMS 408

Field Education Elective Courses

1. SNOAS 406

2. SNOAS 408


Vocational Elective Courses

SNOMS 205 Open and Distance Learning

Basic concepts and philosophy of open and distance learning; development of distance education in the world; The development of distance education in Turkey; learner and guide roles in distance education; technologies used in distance education; management of open and distance education; classroom management and its components in open and distance learning; open educational resources and trends in the world; massive open online courses; personalized learning environments; problems related to open and distance education and their solutions; open and distance education practices in teacher training; individual teaching material development and student support services in open and distance education; determining instructional strategies for different learning situations; research and evaluation in distance education.


SNOMS 206 History of Education

Education in Antiquity (Ancient Egypt, Mesopotamia, Anatolian, Indian, Chinese, Ancient Greek and Roman civilizations); Education in Eastern, Western and Islamic societies in the Middle Ages and the New Age; Renaissance, Reformation, Enlightenment and education; Education in the Industrial Age and the Modern Period; The relations of Islamic culture and civilization with Western civilization; the emergence of national/nation-states and the development of national education systems; discussions of post-modern society and education; Fundamental changes and transformations in education in the world since ancient times.


SNOMS 206 Critical and Analytical Thinking

Basic concepts and definitions; brain as thinking organ, ways of thinking and grouping of thinking; involuntary thinking and its features; voluntary thinking and its characteristics; methods of voluntary thinking; critical and analytical thinking; basic features and criteria of critical and analytical thinking, stages of critical and analytical thinking; factors affecting critical and analytical thinking; scope of critical and analytical thinking; critical and analytical reading; critical and analytical listening; critical and analytical writing.


SNOMS 207 Education of Hospitalized Children

Developmental characteristics, interests and needs, mental states of hospitalized children according to age groups; interaction between hospital staff, child and family; hospital preparatory education, diagnosis, treatment and preparation for surgery; games, music, art, drama, mathematics, story, etc. for hospitalized children. preparing and implementing an activity plan; Interaction between hospital schools and terminally ill children, their families and staff.


SNOMS 208 Inclusive Education

Inclusivity and its content; inclusive education: definition, content and importance; legal basis for inclusive education; national and international legislation; approaches and standards in inclusive education; teacher roles in inclusive education; inclusive curriculum and materials; attitudes and values in inclusive education; inclusive school and classroom; preparing an action plan for inclusive education; inclusive education practices: characteristics that differentiate students, effective communication, language used, psycho-social support, differentiation of teaching and examples, methods and techniques, planning teaching, inclusiveness in course materials and selection of inclusive activities; lesson design applications.


SNOMS 209 Comparative Education

Definition, scope and history of comparative education; method and research in comparative education; comparison of education systems of different countries in terms of structure, functioning, school levels, human resources, education financing, education privatization, policy making in education, planning and implementation; gender, social justice and equality in education in different countries; reform and innovation initiatives in education in different countries; teacher and education/school administrator training systems in different countries; globalization and internationalization in education; international examinations, institutions and organizations related to education.


SNOMS 210 Micro Teaching

Basic concepts and principles of effective teaching and learning; teachers' professional competence, attitudes, roles and behaviors; lesson plan preparation; scope, benefits and limitations of microteaching method; preparing active learning activities appropriate to the subject; exemplary lecture practices in the classroom; video recording of lecture presentations; evaluation of the course using the recordings; development of prepared activities and lectures.


SNOMS 305 Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

Definition and characteristics of attention deficit and hyperactivity disorder (ADHD); The main symptoms of ADHD (attention deficit, hyperactivity and impulsivity); The effects of ADHD on the child in terms of social, emotional and school success; Causes of ADHD; Risk factors in the formation of ADHD; ADHD types; Approaches to children with ADHD; Guiding students with ADHD; education of children with ADHD; Ensuring school-family cooperation.


SNOMS 306 Education Law

Basic concepts of law and administrative law; sources of administrative law; rights and duties in management; Convention on the Rights of the Child and the Declaration of Human Rights; administrative and judicial supervision of teachers; Basic laws establishing and regulating the Turkish Education System; duties, rights and responsibilities of education stakeholders.


SNOMS 307 Educational Anthropology

Subject, basic concepts, history and method of anthropology; basic approaches in social-cultural anthropology; anthropological education and basic concepts of educational anthropology: Culture, acculturation, acculturation, adaptation, subculture, counterculture, common culture etc.; cultural foundations and functions of education; intercultural differentiation, education and learning; school as a living space, school cultures and ethnographies; media, mass media, popular culture and education; globalization, cultural interaction, cultural literacy and education; Education in oral and written literary works in the history of Turkish culture and civilization; The roles of parents and children in Turkish family structure.


SNOMS 308 Drama in Education

Basic concepts of drama and creative drama (drama, creativity, creative drama, play and theater pedagogy, communication-interaction, role playing, improvisation, action, dramatic play, children's theater, puppetry, pantomime etc.); stages, dimensions and elements of creative drama; role playing and improvisation; history of creative drama; relationship between social events and creative drama; application steps of drama in education; resources that can be used in drama in education; preparation and implementation of creative drama lesson plan; Contribution of drama to individual and social development.


SNOMS 309 Extracurricular Activities in Education

Formal curriculum and extracurricular activities/hidden curriculum concepts in education; approaches to hidden curriculum; cognitive and affective learning and hidden curriculum; school as a place of ritual; school ceremonies as extra-curricular activities at school; the importance and management of social, cultural, sportive and artistic activities at school; the place and importance of the hidden curriculum in values education; extracurricular activities (commemoration, celebration, meeting, graduation, etc.) in terms of values education.

SNOMS 310 Museum Education

Definition and characteristics of the museum, exhibition in museums; museum and museum education; types of museums; The development of Turkish museology; an overview of the history of museology in the world; the relationship between museum, art, culture and civilization; museum and art education; museum and society; the contribution of museums to historical consciousness; protecting historical artifacts; Contemporary museology in the world and in Turkey.


SNOMS 311 Out of School Learning Environments

Out-of-school education and learning concepts; scope and importance of out-of-school learning; teaching in out-of-school settings; teaching methods, techniques (project-based learning, station technique, etc.) and teaching materials suitable for out-of-school learning environments; out-of-school learning environments (museums, science centers, zoos, botanical gardens, planetariums, industrial establishments, national parks, science festivals, science camps, natural environments, etc.); development of out-of-school learning areas and environments; planning, implementation and evaluation of out-of-school learning activities.

SNOMS 312 Learning Disabilities

Definition, characteristics and classification of learning disability: Educational, psychological, medical factors; prevalence and incidence; causes of learning difficulties; early intervention; response model to intervention; screening/diagnosis: medical, developmental and educational screening/diagnosis; academic and non-academic characteristics; team and collaboration; educational environments; scientifically based applications; supporting reading, writing and math skills; supporting non-academic skills.

SNOMS 405 Curriculum Development in Education

Basic concepts of program development; theoretical foundations of curriculum development; types of programs; philosophical, social, historical, psychological and economic foundations of curricula; Curriculum development and features of curricula; phases of program development; the core elements of the program (objective, content, process, evaluation) and the relationships among the elements; classification of objectives and their relationship to program elements; content editing approaches; identifying training needs; program development process and models; curriculum design approaches; program evaluation models; program literacy; duties and responsibilities of teachers in the development of curricula; Features of MEB curricula; implementation of curricula;)


SNOMS 407 Individualizing and Adapting Instruction

The concept of individualization and its importance in education; things to be done for individualization: curriculum-based evaluation, rough evaluation, criterion-dependent measurement tool preparation, rules to be followed in evaluation; determining long-term and short-term teaching goals; arrangements that can be made in classrooms and schools for inclusion/integration; adapting teaching; Examples of individualization and adaptation in inclusion/integration classes.


SNOMS 408 Sustainable Development and Education

The concept of sustainability and its usage areas; sustainability in social and natural sciences; sustainability in the context of social change; education and sustainability; the future of humanity and sustainability; immigration, poverty and inequality; sustainable environment; ecology, global environmental issues and sustainability; sustainable society in harmony with nature; population, economic system and natural environment; technological developments, consumption habits and environment; social responsibility studies, sustainability in terms of tangible and intangible cultural heritage; rethinking human-nature relations on the axis of sustainability.


SNOMS 409 Adult Education and Lifelong Learning

Definition and scope of adult education; concepts related to adult education (continuing education, public education, non-formal education, vocational education etc.); Historical development of adult education in Turkey; approaches and models in adult education; adults and learning; purpose, scope and historical development of lifelong learning; Lifelong learning practices in Turkish education system.


General Culture Elective Courses

SNOGS 201 History and Philosophy of Science

Science, philosophy, scientific method; Ancient Greece, Medieval Europe, Scholastic philosophy and science; Science and philosophy in Islamic cultural geography; science in Mesopotamia; science and philosophy in Renaissance Europe; science and philosophy in the age of enlightenment; classification of sciences; relations between science, scientism, ideology, ethics and religion; science and paradigms; Vienna and Frankfurt schools of thought; science criticism in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries.


SNOGS 202 Science and Research Ethics

Science, the nature of science, its development and scientific research; the concept of ethics and ethical theories; research and publication ethics; unethical behaviors and ethical violations in the research process; ethical issues of authorship and copyright; biased publication, editorial, refereeing and ethics; publication ethics and unethical behavior in the publication process; legislation and committees related to research and publication ethics; ways to detect ethical violations; common research, publication ethics violations and methods to prevent them.


SNOGS 203 Addiction and Combating Addiction

Basic concepts and definitions; types of addiction (substance addiction, technology addiction, etc.); causes of addiction; risk factors in the family, peer group and social context that prepare the person for substance abuse; communication skills in dependent children, adolescents and adults; the role of social work in addiction; models of addiction; addiction prevention effort; consequences of addiction; national policy and strategy methods in the fight against addiction; readjustment process.

SNOGS 204 Nutrition and Health

Natural and healthy nutrition; fight obesity; food additives; healthy living and exercise; Growth and development; healthy sex life; fight against addiction (tobacco, alcohol, substance abuse, etc.); traffic, disaster and first aid.


SNOGS 205 Culture and Language

Basic concepts of language and culture; sources and elements of culture; oral and written culture; material and spiritual culture; culture in individual and social terms; culture as a unifier and a divider; acculturation, acculturation, cultural diffusion and adaptation; culture in terms of cognitive, symbolic, structural-functional approaches; language as a system of symbols; individual language and language acquisition; the effect of language on human consciousness; the relationship between culture, language, cognition and reality; the function of language to carry knowledge and culture, to establish social relations and communication; development and transmission of language and culture; national identity and language; dynamics of changes in culture and language; discussions of the interplay of changes in culture and language; national cultures; globalization, multilingualism and multiculturalism.


SNOGS 206 Media Literacy

Information literacy; conscious use of the internet and social media; effects of social media on individuals; the power to disseminate and mislead; news dissemination power; media and perception management; legal rights and responsibilities for the media and the Internet; Copyright; personality right; information privacy; breach of privacy; language use in the media; value and quality analysis of news; popular culture; roles of men and women in the media; consumer culture and advertisements; stereotyping in the media.


SNOGS 207 Turkish Cultural Geography

Culture, people and society; Turkish culture and Turkish civilization; The first ethnographic sources about the Turks; Turkish states in history; State, administrative, military and social structure in Turks; Folk beliefs and mythology in Turks; Relationship between human and space in Turks; Oral, written and material culture in Turks; Family structure in Turks; Demographic and cultural consequences of migrations in Turkish history; The spread of Turkish culture and its effect on neighboring geographies; The tangible and intangible cultural heritage of Turkey; transfer of natural and cultural heritage to future generations.

SNOGS 208 Turkish Music

Musical elements of Turkish communities living in Central Asia and Anatolia, Turkish mythology (human, creation, religious rituals and holidays, etc.), mythological elements in Turkish Folk Music repertoire, types of music existing in Turkish States and Communities, Turkish Folk Music in the historical process. and the development of Turkish Art Music; interplay of different musical traditions and styles; examination of instruments, composers, performers and sample works.


SNOGS 209 History of Turkish Art

Art styles from the Hun Art to the Gokturk, Uygur, Karakhanid, Ghaznavid, Great Seljuk, Anatolian Seljuk, Principalities and Ottoman periods, and examples of architecture, sculpture and painting from these periods are examined comparatively; Starting from the Art of the Republic Period, contemporary Turkish artworks and artists.

SNOGS 301 Economics and Entrepreneurship

Basic concepts of economics and economic systems; basic concepts of business and business management; establishment, aims and legal structure of the enterprise; management processes and functions in enterprises; management of human resources and other resources; entrepreneur and entrepreneurship concepts, success factors in entrepreneurship; entrepreneurship culture, entrepreneurial process and types of entrepreneurship; career planning, original ideas, extraordinary examples; Turkish Patent and Trademark Office; Industrial Property Law; small and medium-sized businesses; management processes and functions in small businesses; business idea development, innovation and innovation, business planning, elements of business plan, writing and presentation; preparing a project on entrepreneurship in a specific field and subject.


SNOGS 302 Traditional Turkish Handicrafts

Terms and concepts related to traditional Turkish arts; the importance of traditional Turkish arts; their contributions to the individual, society and national economy; Historical development of traditional Turkish arts (Huns, Göktürks, Uyghurs, Seljuks, Principalities and Ottoman Periods); Ahilik and Guild Organization; Institutions and organizations related to Turkish arts in the Republican period; classification of traditional arts according to raw materials and production techniques; traditional weaving (carpet-rug, fabric, etc.), printing, knitting, felt, glass (stained glass, glassware, beads, etc.) arts; metal (iron, copper, silver and gold etc.) arts; wood (kündekari, carving and mother-of-pearl inlay) arts; tile-ceramic and stonework arts; education, production and marketing of traditional Turkish arts.


SNOGS 303 Human Rights and Democracy

The concept of human rights and its historical development; types of human rights; understanding of democracy, principles, approaches and human rights; democracy education and democratic education; family and democracy education; education as a human right; preschool education and democracy education; primary school education program and democracy education; democracy education in secondary education; higher education and democracy education; democratic school and classroom environment.

SNOGS 304 Human Relations and Communication

Definition and classification of interpersonal relations; theoretical approaches to interpersonal relations (psychoanalytic, attachment, contemporary theories); theoretical approaches about interpersonal relations (social, psychological, cognitive theories); interpersonal relations as a developmental process (infancy and childhood, adolescence and adulthood); factors affecting interpersonal relations; gender, gender roles and interpersonal relationships; self-adaptation and self-disclosure in interpersonal relationships; communication and communication errors; effective communication skills; interpersonal problems, conflict and conflict resolution approaches; human relations in terms of intercultural differentiation.


SNOGS 305 Career Planning and Development

Concept of career, career planning and stages; individual career development, creation of career strategy; career planning model, career options in related teaching fields; CV preparation and CV types, CV format and examples, points to be considered in CV preparation; cover letters, introductory letters, job interviews, objectives, methods and types, interview preparation and interview stages; situations that may be encountered in negotiations; question types, body language-bodily signs.

SNOGS 306 Professional English

Basic English reading-writing-listening skills; basic concepts of child development and stages; basic concepts of basic education and secondary education; basic concepts related to educational sciences; examples of student-parent-teacher dialogue; listening and understanding of academic texts (youtube, teachertube, tedx talks etc.); verbal skills for professional development (vocabulary, patterns, etc.); writing skills (writing a petition, preparing a report, creating a CV, writing a text message, creating lesson objectives, etc.); reading skills (reading written texts using web 2.0 tools, etc.); Translation studies in the related teaching field.


SNOGS 307 Art and Aesthetics

Arts, fine arts, crafts and culture; arts and education; art, creativity and work of art; philosophy of art and aesthetics; theories of art and aesthetics; art criticism; art history, art in pre-modern, modern and post-modern periods; art and social context; art and everyday life; Turkish-Islamic art-aesthetics and works of art; the position of art and craftsmen in the process of social change; The development of art in Turkey; understanding of art today; civilization building and art; art, aesthetics and morality.


SNOGS 308 Turkish Folk Dances

Definition of folklore; rhythm and perception studies, dance and folk dance-figure studies; regional differences in folk dances, figure studies, local figures, learning bar type local figure, learning halay and spoon type local figure, horon and greeting type local figure learning, zeybek type local figure learning; studies on the behavior and playing styles of learned games; staging of folk dances, staging types and differences

SNOGS 309 Turkish Sign Language

Basic concepts of sign language; Turkish sign language, its history and features; letters in Turkish sign language; sound information; internal structure of the sign, simultaneity and succession; hand alphabet in terms of phonetics; morphology in sign language, structuring and shaping of the sign; word classes and pronouns; syntax in sign language; word order, sentence types; question sentences; semantics in sign language; meaning and reference, types of meaning, idioms; Conversation with Turkish sign language.

Field Education Elective Courses

SNOAS 204 Disasters and Disaster Management

Disaster and risk concepts; reduction of disasters, risks and damages; disaster education and its importance; disaster preparedness, disaster response, disaster recovery; natural and human disasters; the effects of disasters on sustainable development; climate change and meteorological disasters; Efforts to reduce disaster damage in Turkey and in the world; earthquake regulation, effectiveness in disaster management; disaster management cycle, disaster terminology; coordination in disaster management, emergency and disaster coordination centers; ethical values in disaster management, project presentations.


SNOAS 206 Children's Literature

Development of children's literature in the world and in Turkey; the importance of meeting qualified children's books in childhood and the function of children's literature in raising thinking and sensitive individuals who have acquired a reading culture; examining the features (design, content and educational) that should be found in children's literature works with examples; demonstrating unqualified children's books with examples and discussing their negative effects on children's developmental characteristics; studies to determine the suitability of the books that pre-service teachers read and examine for children according to their age groups and which development they will contribute to; determining the contribution of various literary genres (epics, tales, poems, stories, novels, etc.) and linguistic tools (numbers, nursery rhymes, riddles, etc.) to children's development.


SNOAS 207 Child Psychology

Basic concepts, history and methods of child psychology; prenatal development; developmental areas and characteristics of infancy; early childhood development areas and characteristics; recent childhood development areas and features; child within the family structure; child within the school system; childhood adjustment and behavior problems; children with special needs.


SNOAS 208 Traditional Children's Games

Traditional children's games in folklore, the educational and cultural value of these games, remembering the forgotten or forgotten children's games in Turkish culture and transferring them to new generations; definition, importance, rules of these games, traditional children's games played with adults and groups; the effects of traditional games on the developmental areas of children; planning and executing these games.

SNOAS 310 Primary School Textbooks Review

To be able to comprehend the principles to be used in the selection and arrangement of textbooks in primary school; to examine the textbooks used in practice in terms of the curriculum; To be able to examine the theory, approach, philosophy and elements of the program (purpose, content, teaching-learning processes, evaluation) adopted in the curriculum and to examine the textbooks in terms of these elements and the criteria (scientific language, content and physical features) that are considered in preparing the textbook.


SNOAS 311 Primary School Program

Basic concepts related to training programs; Elements, aims (behavioral goals, achievements), fields of primary school curriculum; Philosophical, historical, psychological and social foundations of primary school curricula will be covered.


SNOAS 312 Children at Risk and Education

Risk factors and their effects, groups of children created by risk factors; children living and working on the street, children working in sectors, children from broken families, children in need of protection, children who are delinquent, children who are neglected and abused, children at risk in terms of development, children living in unfavorable environmental conditions and their characteristics, critical elements in their education, precautions that can be taken, Projects implemented in Turkey and other countries for the education of children at risk.


SNOAS 406 Alternative Education Applications in Primary School

Geographical, social and economic factors affecting education in Turkey, ways to meet the educational needs of children in rural and scattered settlements; bussed education, advantages and disadvantages of bussed education; regional primary boarding schools, advantages and disadvantages of boarding primary schools; teaching in multigrade classrooms, the causes of multigrade classrooms, the basics of teaching in multigrade classrooms and the way of teaching, planning of teaching in multigrade classrooms, classroom management and assessment activities, and teacher's duties and responsibilities in multigrade classrooms, teaching practices in multigrade classrooms around the world.


SNOAS 408 Inclusive Language Teaching

This course focuses on the preparation and application of enriched language teaching activities in order to improve the language skills of students who do not have identifiable mental and physical disabilities, but have not acquired appropriate reading, writing, speaking, listening and visual literacy skills; Emphasis is placed on techniques, methods and activities on how to teach literacy to children whose mother tongue is different; Students who come to school with different levels of prior knowledge from different socio-economic segments and therefore have problems in acquiring and using their language skills due to different reasons in the school and home environment (teacher change, inability to adapt, inadequacy of home conditions, domestic violence and incompatibility, etc.) It focuses on how to teach students who cannot acquire and use their skills adequately; Teaching Turkish as a foreign/second language to children who came through immigration and the approaches, methods, techniques and practices used in the teaching process.


SNOAS 409 Evaluation of Classroom Learning

Measurement tools used in education and their features; tools based on traditional approaches: Written exams, short answer exams, true-false type tests, multiple choice tests, matched tests, oral exams; Tools for getting to know the student in multiple ways: Observation, interview, performance evaluation, student product file, research papers, research projects, peer assessment, self-assessment, attitude scales; Points to be considered in the evaluation of student success; assessment and grading of learning outcomes.


SNOAS 410 Social Skills Teaching

Definition of the concept of social skills, its dimensions, the relationship of the dimensions with each other; the selection of methods and techniques to provide students with social skills and generalize skills; selection of target skills; analyzing the skill, being a model for the child, making the children play a role and rehearsing the skill; have children repeat the skill; assessing children's performance; generalizing social skills and examining primary school curriculum; Determining the skills in the lessons and sample activity applications will be covered.


SNOAS 411 Child and Education in Turkish Culture

Definition of culture; relationship between education and culture; child development and the place of culture in education; The development and characteristics of Turkish culture; child in Turkish culture; The place and value of the child in Turkish society and family, child education in Turkish culture from past to present, its characteristics and elements will be covered.