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ERIC Number: EJ1170840
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2016-Nov
Pages: 10
Abstractor: As Provided
ISSN: EISSN-2146-7242
An Overview of the Reports Belongs to Foreign Countries' Education Systems and Their Contents Which Guided the Education in the Republican Period (1925-1927)
Karagöz, Savas
Turkish Online Journal of Educational Technology - TOJET, spec iss p260-269 Nov 2016
Both quantitive and qualitative changes resulting from the social, political and cultural changes and developments happened in education and schooling in the Turkish National Education system during the II. Constitutionalizm period after the Reforms period. It can be said that education and schooling models which were applied in the western countries made the greatest effect to these changes and developments. For this purpose, the newly established Republic of Turkey organized training trips to other countries in order to examine their educational systems on one hand and invited foreign experts to the country so that they can examine the current educational system of the country on the other hand so that it could adapt the Education System which was inherited from the II. Mesrutiyet, that is the final period of the Ottoman Empire to the modem pedagogic approach of the era. Mr. Muallim Talat, Education Chairman Mr. Mustafa Necati, Ali Enver of Uskudar, Mr. Selim Sim, Mr. Ismail Hakki, Dr. Alfred Kuhne, Mr. Zekai, Nafi Atuf ve Audit Committee Chairman Mr. Ridvan Nafiz, George Stiehler, Ahmet Hilmi, Mrs.Vildan and Mr. Nizamettin, James Graham filed reports to the Ministry of Education between 1924 and 1927. This study focuses on the contents of the Mr. Muallim Talat's"Avrupa'da Maarif Tetkiki (Inspection of the Education in Europe)" In this study, Muallim Talat Bey's Impressions from "Inspection of the Ministry of Education in Europe" Trips, the report about trade schools in Germany, Great Britain and Czechoslovakia by Hakki Bey who was the handicraft teacher of the Ankara Teacher's Institute, Mr. Nafi Atuf and Mr. Ridvan Nafiz's report about the Russian Education, Mr. Ahmet Hilmi's reports about German forestry schools and vocational education were examined. Upon analyzing the contents of the reports it was seen that they focused on the mode of national education, the place of the handicraft courses in the curriculum and their purposes, vocational technical training, teacher training, special education, and education systems of the countries examined.
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Publication Type: Journal Articles; Reports - Evaluative
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Language: English
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Identifiers - Location: Turkey; Russia; Germany
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