COURSE INFORMATON
Course Title Code Semester L+P Hour Credits ECTS
Childrens' Culture OSC   120 2 2 2 4

Prerequisites and co-requisites
Recommended Optional Programme Components None

Language of Instruction Turkish
Course Level First Cycle Programmes (Bachelor's Degree)
Course Type
Course Coordinator Prof. Dr. Yaşare AKTAŞ ARNAS
Instructors
Arş.Gör.İNANÇ ETİ1. Öğretim Grup:A
Arş.Gör.İNANÇ ETİ2. Öğretim Grup:A
 
Assistants
Goals
To help teacher candidates comprehend the differences between adult culture and childrens' culture, taking into account the components that make up the childrens' culture, and showing a positive and supportive attitude towards children and childrens' culture. in the future.
Content
Childhood perception in adult culture, childrens' culture and its components

Learning Outcomes
1) Explains the concepts related to culture and education
2) Considers and evaluates cultural, social, and educational issues from a critical perspective
3) Plans and applies ethical and multicultural activities in the classroom
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Course's Contribution To Program
NoProgram Learning OutcomesContribution
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1
Explains the theories of development, learning, and education related to pre-school children.
2
Explains regulations, principles and education program about early childhood education.
3
Explains basic concepts related to Science and Mathematics.
4
Prepares an annual/daily plan by considering pre-school children´s developmental characteristics, individual differences, and their interests and needs.
5
Uses family involvement strategies actively.
X
6
Plans and conducts a scientific project , and do necessary analysis by using scientific research methodology .
X
7
Designs and organizes educational environments in accordance with children´s developmental needs, physical conditions and principles of effective classroom management.
8
Does multifaceted assessment and evaluation to support children´s development and provide long lasting educational effects.
X
9
Applies appropriate methods and techniques to support children´s development from all perspectives.
10
Chooses, prepares and uses materials appropriate for children´s developmental level and individual characteristics.
11
Modifies education settings to accommodate children with special needs and applies an inclusive education.
X
12
Uses information technology effectively to reach educational goals.
X
13
Considers issues related to educational settings and daily life based on historical, philosophical and sociological perspectives.
14
Takes an active role in individual and group activities and successfully finish the tasks.
X
15
Has the ability to search, discover, create alternative solutions, reach information, think critically and engages in productive discussions for personal and professional improvement.
X
16
Has the skills of active listening, empathy, self-expression, and use of communication technology for effective interpersonal communication.
X
17
Improves him-/herself continuously in scientific, social, cultural and athletic field besides professional development.
18
Has necessary skills and knowledge in the fields of music, games and drama.
19
Shows critical, creative and independent thinking abilities and posseses a multi dimensional perspective on professional, social and cultural issues.
X
20
Uses her/his knowledge in professional and daily life in accordance with social responsibility and ethics.
X

Course Content
WeekTopicsStudy Materials _ocw_rs_drs_yontem
1 What is the childhood. Children in a historical perspective None Lecture
Question-Answer
Discussion
Case Study
2 Childrens' culture in adult culture and childrens' culture Research Lecture
Question-Answer
Discussion
Case Study
3 Peer relationships in childhood Research Lecture
Question-Answer
Discussion
Role Playing
4 Children-Play and Toys Research Lecture
Question-Answer
Discussion
Role Playing
5 Children and Urban Research Lecture
Question-Answer
Discussion
Case Study
6 Children and Commercial Products Research Lecture
Question-Answer
Discussion
Role Playing
7 Children and Media Research Lecture
Question-Answer
Discussion
Role Playing
8 Mid-Term Exam Testing
9 Children and Education Research Lecture
Question-Answer
Discussion
Role Playing
Case Study
10 Children and Health Research Lecture
Question-Answer
Discussion
Role Playing
11 Children-Birth and Death Research Lecture
Question-Answer
Discussion
Case Study
12 Children and Art Research Lecture
Question-Answer
Discussion
Brain Storming
Case Study
13 Children and Traditions Research Lecture
Question-Answer
Discussion
Role Playing
14 Children and Tv Research Lecture
Question-Answer
Discussion
Role Playing
Case Study
15 Children and Literature Research Lecture
Question-Answer
Discussion
Role Playing
Testing
16-17 Term Exams

Recommended or Required Reading
Textbook
Additional Resources