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For teachers and trainers, we apply National and International Long Term Trainer Trainings, which consist of four stages.
We are organizing a Trainer Training which combines the Experiential Learning Methodology and Freire’s Problem Descriptive Dialogue. based training techniques.
Participants read and research on Freire’s educational approaches centered on experience and dialogue, particularly the Pedagogy of the Oppressed. This process is supported by DeM’s Online Learning System.
Participants enter into a dialogue with the target group using Freire’s coding and decoding techniques. In this process of dialogue, the deep needs of learners are discovered in bricket and training methods are developed according to these needs. Existing curricula are interactive with experiential learning methodology.
At the end of the process, all this experience is evaluated in the finest detail and the outputs are transformed into future learning plans.
As DeM Experiential Education Center, we organize long-term trainings by using various grant programs. In addition, we design and implement special training programs for institutions.
DeM National Training Program for 2016 – 2017 was held with the participation of 15 teachers and 15 instructors from Istanbul, Ankara, Izmir, Gaziantep, Kocaeli, Samsun, Kayseri and Bingol. In the long-term program that lasted for 6 months, the participants received readings about Pedagogy of Experienced and Experiential Learning. After the study visits in Estonia and Greece, they performed local practices. The program was completed in January 2017 with an evaluation meeting.
2017 – 2018 Period the International Training of Trainers Program, Estonia, Greece, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Slovenia, with the participation of 23 trainees from Spain and Turkey began in August 2017. Participants currently in the process of reading and local practice. In the first half of 2018, they will take part in international trainings as teams. The program will be completed in the fall of 2018 with an evaluation meeting in Athens.