Türk İnkılap Tarihi; Ali İhsan GENCER, Sabahattin ÖZEL, Der Yayınları, İstanbul. Supporting. Course. Book. 1. Nutuk, C.I-II-III, (M. Kemal ATATÜRK). 2. et Şahin “Nutuk” Gazi Mustafa Kemal Paşa “Türk İnkılâp Tarihi” Dr. Ali İhsan Gencer, Dr. Sabahattin Özel “Türk inkılâp Tarihi” Prof. Dr. Hamza Eroğlu. Atatürk İlkeleri ve İnkılap. Tarihi I. Atatürk’s Principles and History of Turkish Ali İhsan Gencer-Sabahattin Özel, Türk İnkılap Tarihi, İstanbul:Der Yayınları,

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History Teacher Education and History Education in Turkey | İsmail Demircioğlu –

The teachers also advised students how to overcome their limitations by learning from experi- enced history teachers and mentors from education faculties. Demircioglu The purpose of this study is to describe history teacher education and history edu- cation in Turkish society. The main purpose of history departments is to educate students as scientists of history.

For this reason, history teachers are still important figures in transmitting the knowledge of the past and of Turkish culture in the eyes of the majority of society in Turkey.

Furthermore, it was believed that the history of the Turks should be researched as far back as the estab- lishment of the first Turkish state in central Asia, which was the first homeland of the Turks. Another main reason for this reform was to incorporate developments in teacher education that were taking place across the world, and especially in the European Union.

History teacher-students were also asked to prepare teaching materials and conduct different activities, such as work sheets, drama, historical empathy and problem-solving for history lessons in teaching practice schools. InSultan declared inkla educational act which required that history be taught as a school subject in primary and secondary schools throughout the Ottoman Empire.

History teacher-students were expected to develop teaching capabilities, and recognize the problems they encountered in teaching history lessons.

This new program consisted of two semesters offering two options for edu- cating history teacher-students. Ac- cording to the military, the teacher education system was far from satisfactory be- cause of the poor quality of traditional teacher education programs and teacher educators. The idea was that they should be given the opportunity to learn by themselves and be provided with a rich learning environment. Beside this, pure historians history departments of art faculties criticized this reform, too, because they think that historical knowledge is essential in history education and history teacher-students do not need extra information.


Remember me on this computer. Turkey service training in teaching practice schools. Taeihi led to the establishment of separate, autonomous schools of educa- tion located within universities. This situation was criticized by pure historians because they believed that someone who knew history well, taught history well, which is a debatable tariyi sue in Turkey.

Türk İnkılap Tarihi by Sabahattin Özel

Position of History in Schools In Turkey, all schools — including pre-school, primary and secondary — are under gfncer control of the Ministry of Education, and all decisions regarding education are taken by the ministry. Beyond this, these historians did not have enough information about what history education is, and how to teach history lessons in an active way.

Follow judiciary case laws and doctrines. In other words, it was used for nation inllap. And another important step was taken inwhen the Turkish History Society was established, and given the role of organizing and encouraging historical research and studies of history educa- tion.

Those students who graduated from tarihj history departments of arts faculties, whose courses took 4 years, had the chance of enrolling in 1.

Curriculum Organization of Pedagogy Program The courses that are offered during each semester of the history teacher pedagogy program are as follows. This new program consists of two semesters, offer- ing two options for educating history teacher-students.

Turkish society faced many prob- lems in the early years of the 19th century, and the Ottoman Empire lost a signifi- cant portion of its territories during World War I. There was also pressure from the European Union for Turkey to reform education and other fields.


Identify main principles constituting jurisdiction. Hahnsche Buchhandlung, ; Fenster zur. This debate is still a very pressing issue among academics in Turkey. History Education in Turkey after There were important changes made to history education after Ataturk died in Most literature on this field was translated from other languages.

The second step of the reform process was ttarihi renew history textbooks in light of the new history curricula, tariih 9th, 10th, 11th and 12th grade history textbooks were revised during this period.

Develop themselves in the newly emerging legal disciplines. With this in mind, history education and history teacher education will be explained from a historical perspective.

Türk İnkılap Tarihi

If we examine the curriculum of these history teacher education departments from toit appears that the great majority of courses were on history, and his- tory teacher candidates were being educated like historians. Act as social individuals who assume roles in non-governmental organizations.

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In the second option, students in history departments in the 15 Ismail H. The purpose of this curriculum reform was to renew the curriculum at primary and secondary levels in Turkey. This was seen as an obstacle to Turkish society becoming a part of the modern world.

An important body of literature therefore came into being in this field in Turkey; academics and postgraduate stu- dents presented their research conclusions to solve the problems of history educa- tion in Turkish universities.

Tense Times follow the Training Reform Upheaval In addition, one of the main responsibilities of history teacher- students was teaching history lessons for at least six hours per week.

It can be said that history teacher candi- dates were educated like historians. Turk Turkish II 0 2 0 2.