Encounters: Learning through A Traveller’s Eyes (Teachers)

Teachers

How does a travelling teacher see facts? What does a journey teach us? At this event, exclusive to teachers, we will talk about our gains from experiencing various cultures. Independent educational researcher Şahin Çevik shares with education professionals his experiences from school visits over 30 countries. In this regard, we are inviting education professionals from different fields to explore learning through a traveller’s eyes.

Speaker: Şahin Çevik
7 February Friday, 18:00-20:00

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Introducing… Turkish coffee!

Introducing… Turkish coffee!

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