This project is part of the Civil Society Dialogue Programme, co-financed by the European Union and the Republic of Turkey under the Instrument for Pre-accession Assistance (IPA). The overall objective of the project is to develop pedagogical skills of teachers and students on Differentiated Skills and Competences-Based (DSCB) Instruction through cooperation with European networks.
The project team is made up of experts who have worked together successfully in the past. An issue that was recurring was the lack of differentiated skills and competences-based (DSCB) instruction in Turkish schools. Furthermore, research carried out by one of the project experts for UNICEF about schooling of disadvantaged students concluded that teachers in Turkey feel that they lack most skills of dealing with diverse needs of students in the class. Finally, the need for such project was uttered by teachers who were having an in-service training organised by the Ministry of Education. With these considerations, the project team decided to propose a project that directly involves with training teachers of the pedagogy of DSCB instruction.
This Programme is co-funded by
the European Union and Republic of Turkey
Erciyes Üniversitesi (Turkey)