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INTRODUCTION TO PRE- SCHOOL EDUCATION
Definition, scope and importance of pre-school education, opinions that are fundamental to pre-school education,the characteristics of the teacher, the basic characteristics and requirements of the preschool child, basic principles, yesterday and today of preschool education in Turkey and in various countries, pre-school education teacher training, basic habits and social behaviors in preschool education,physical and educational environments of preschool education institutions, preschool education and mass media, the relationship between preschool education institutions and their families. Credits: (3, 0,0)3 Prerequisites: ECTS credits: Abbreviated Title: Int. Pre-Education Category: Area Core Course Teaching Language: Turkish
INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY
Students who are taking this course will have a general perspective on the science of psychology. In this course students will acquire an overview of the definition of psychology, history of psychology, fields of psychology (social psychology, clinical psychology, educational psychology, developmental psychology, school psychology, health psychology, industrial and organizational psychology, forensic psychology, etc.) theories of Psychology (psychoanalytic theories, cognitive theories systemic, existential theory, etc.), foundations of Psychology), biological theories of intelligence and, sensation and perception, memory, personality and abnormal behaviors, theories, motivation and emotion, excitement, the people defense mechanisms. The students who take this course will provide the general knowledge gained in this course and the basis for the courses they will take later. Credits: (3, 0, 0)3 Prerequisites: None ECTS credits: 5 Abbreviated Title: INTRO. TO PSYCHOLOGY Category: Area Core Teaching Language: Turkish
This introductory course in Sociology begins with an overview of the nature of the discipline, followed by a survey of various aspects of the structures and dynamics of social life. The history of sociology, the views of its founders and the major modern sociological perspectives are examined. Research methods and theories in sociology are explored to illustrate how thinking sociologically adds to our knowledge of the world around us. In this course, basic topics of sociology such as culture, socialization, media, family, education, social stratification, urbanization, social change are analyzed through different sociological perpectives. The course is accommodated to groups of students with different backgrounds and professional education. Class discussions on topics covered are encouraged and are a valuable part of this course.
Human Biology provides students who are studying especially in the field of health, with an introduction to the anatomical structures and physiological functions of the human body. Students will investigate the relationships between normal structure and function in human cells, tissues and organs. In Human Biology coverage of organ systems builds on content presented in Human Biology IA. Course content is divided into five modules: Cardiovascular System; Respiratory System; Digestive System and Metabolism; Urinary Systems; and Infection and Immunity. As well as introducing students to content, emphasis is placed on developing skills in research, critical analysis and communication of scientific information relevant to the study of humans. This course is a description of the human being through biology and chemistry.
Basic concepts are related to information technologies, software and hardware, peripherals, software, operating systems in general, using operating system, windows, menus, files, word processing programs, general information about word processor, using word processing software, spreadsheet programs, table general information about the programs, basic concepts and toolbars, preparing and using formulas, using ready functions, sorting data, general information about the presentation program, data presentation, preparing a presentation program, adding new slides, slime, zooming in and out, giving effect to presentation. , slideshow, internet usage in education, what is a virus, what is a worm, what is a Trojan horse, protect the operating system from viruses, passwords, the effects of information technologies on social structure and its place in education, information systems security and related ethics concepts.
This course examines basic areas of language and expression. In the first half of the course, the theoretical approach to language is formed and the spelling rules of the Turkish language are studied. In the latter part of the course, language and narrative errors are studied together with editing. In the second half of the course, formal writing, curriculum vitae, petition, evaluation of the columns in terms of language and style, types of written expression and practice; Turkish production and application of shooting attachments; Turkish grammar structure; It is aimed to teaching subjects like phonetics of Turkish to students.
The course introduces students with basic speech patterns at the elementary level. Through listening students will identify different sound rhythms and practice pronunciation of letters, words and phrases. Through speaking students will identify different register and use the given language in an appropriate way. In addition students will be able to define themselves or others, answer questions in the Present Simple tense, use the prepositions of place, and talk about their daily routines. Through reading students read paragraphs and simple texts to improve their general comprehension of the passages, and answer the given comprehension questions. Through writing, students will be able to compose guided,controlled paragraphs in the Present Simple tense, and recycle the obtained new vocabulary to produce their own sentences.
MODERN TURKISH HISTORY
In this course, the basic concepts of the course, internal and external factors leading to the disintegration of the Ottoman Empire, Ottoman reform and reform efforts, Tripoli and Balkan Wars, World War I, Mondros Armistice, peace treaties at the end of the war, the organizations established during the period of armistice, led by Mustafa Kemal Beginning of the War of Independence, Havza and Amasya Circulars, Congresses, National Pact, Opening of the Grand National Assembly, riots, the establishment and wars of the regular army, external relations and treaties of the Turkish Grand National Assembly, the Organization Law, the Battle of Sakarya and the Great Offensive The Peace Treaty, the Lausanne Peace Treaty and the abolition of the sultanate, the capital of Ankara, the proclamation of the republic, the 1924 constitution, multi-party system, secularization and modernization in law, nationalization in education and culture, socio-economic innovations, Atatürk's 6 principles, Atatürk's foreign policy , İnönü period and World War II, transition to the multi-party life.
Nutrition input, where nutrition wellness, development of nutritional science, adequate and balanced diet, nutrient’s groups, description, composition, the importance of nutrition and the use, the nutrient function, digestion, absorption and metabolism, requirement level and resources, the energy value of food, the body's energy requirements for energy imbalance teach their problems. Energy and macronutrient (carbohydrates, protein, fat) to teach students the importance of healthy eating and body work, food energy, carbohydrates, assessment in terms of protein and fat content according to different age and sex daily energy, carbohydrate, protein and fat requirements with them can be achieved to teach students the kind and amount of food, in determining the nutritional status, the implementation of individual food consumption and physical activity records recording methods and develop recommendations for a healthy diet.
Basic anatomy, terminology , bones, joints , muscles , on the understanding of general information and locomotor system -forming organs and the disclosure of structural and neighborly relations between these bodies , the human body and to recognize parts of the body system and anatomic placement of organs in the body , the neighborhood , tasks , vascular and neural connections are know. This course aims to introduce students to human bodies and body parts of the anatomical placement of systems and organs of the body , neighborliness, their task is to provide information about vascular and neural connections . In the course content ; Motion system and anatomy of the digestive system and anatomy, circulatory system and anatomy, Urogenital System, anatomy, respiratory system and anatomy of the autonomic nervous system is there to anatomy, digestive system and anatomo the musculoskeletal system and anatomy, it is among the topics
COMMUNICATION IN HEALTH
Students will have information about the definition of health, definition of disease, introduction of communication, the purpose of communication, the basic elements of the communication process in healthcare, the communication conditions, communication barriers, the communication in health, the target audience in health communication, objectives and importance of health communication, the levels of communication in health care, the communication of healthcare personnel with patients, the communication of healthcare personnel with patient’s relatives, the communication of healthcare personnel with disabled, the communication with patients and their relatives in terminal period, stages of the communication between health workers and patients, wrong and correct behaviour of communication between health workers and patients and their relatives, the good communication benefits between health workers and patients and their relatives, behaviour and empathy, body language.
The aim of this course is to provide students in all medical physiology to have the basic knowledge of. basic concepts and terms, students physiology In this course, cell functions, respiratory mechanics, transportation of blood oxygen and carbon dioxide and function, heart function, blood and lymph circulation, blood and fluid-electrolyte, central nervous system, peripheral system, endocrine system, urinary system digestive system, they will have detailed information about the scope of this course, students also senses; Cell-blood-muscle-circulation learn the 'aspiration physiology may explain the physiological mechanisms level of income, you can get to come identify the cell physiology, muscles may explain the physiology level of income, blood physiology, is the knowledge of respiratory physiology, they gain the ability to explain the physiological oly on.
ÇOCUK GELIŞIMI - II
YDL102 is the continuation of YDL101. The course integrates the four main skills at a higher elementary level for students. Through recessive skills, which are listening and reading, students identify different sound rhythms and practice the pronunciation of letters, words and phrases. Also, by reading higher level paragraphs and texts, students infere the meaning of new words by using their existing vocabulary. Through productive skills, which are speaking and writing, students identify different register and use the given language in an appropriate way. Furthermore, students use the Present Continuous and Past Simple tenses to participate in basic dialogues and daily exchanges, and express themselves effectively. Also, through writing, students produce their own sentences by recycling the obtained new vocabulary in guided, controlled paragraphs they compose.
ÇOCUK SAĞLIĞI VE HASTALIKLARI
ÇOCUK PSIKOLOJISI VE RUH SAĞLIĞI
COMMUNICATION WITH CHILDEREN
ERKEN ÇOCUKLUK EĞITIM PROGRAMLARI
Within the scope of the special education course, which is one of the basic courses of the guidance and psychological counseling department, the students are introduced to the definition of special education, basic principles of special education, the causes of disability, the importance of early diagnosis and treatment, the historical approach to the disabled view, the mental disability, the hearing impaired, the visually impaired, the physical disability, characteristics and education of autistic and gifted children with language and communication impairment, children with continuing illness, special learning disability, attention deficit and hyperactivity disorder, the reactions observed in the families of children in need of special education, the state of special education in our country and the institutions and organizations established for this purpose will be taught in detail. Credit: (3, 0, 0)3 ECTS: 3 Abbreviated Title: Special Education Category: Area Core Language: Turkish
In this introductory course on anthropology, the aim is to explore human cultural diversity and the factors that cause this diversity. Besides, the different forms that universal social structures take in different societies is described. In this course, topics such as the history of anthropology, the basic theories, the difference between physical and social anthropology are introduced. The content of the course includes the biological and cultural evolution of the humankind, societal change, kinship and family, religions and languages, the form of political power, race and ethnicity, how gender differences are practiced in different cultures, globalization and the historical transformations in the productive processes of humans. The students are expected to gain the ability to view different cultures, including their own, through a comparative perspective.
ÇOCUK VE DRAMA
EĞİTİMDE ARAÇ-GEREÇ GELİŞTİRME
ÇOCUKTA BİLİM VE TEKNOLOJİ
ORTA ÇOCUKLUK DÖNEMİNDE GELİŞİM VE EĞİTİM
ERKEN MÜDAHALE YAKLAŞIMLARI VE GELİŞİMSEL RİSKLER
ÇOCUKTA SANAT VE YARATICILIK
RESEARCH METHODS IN HEALTH SCIENCES
HASTANE VE SAĞLIK KURULUŞLARINDA ÇOCUK
ERGENLİK DÖNEMİNDE GELİŞİM
The main topics of this course are basic statistical definitions, mass and sample definitions, data types, descriptive statistics, classification of data. Then, the measures of central tendency, the mean, the calculation of the median and the determination of the peak value and the central distribution measures, for example, the calculation of the standard error and variant. In addition to this, students will be able to use this information to work with some known discrete and continuous probability distributions such as frequency tables, visualization of data through graphs, probability distributions, Normal distribution, Binomial distribution and Poisson distribution. Finally, statistical tests for normality control, main idea of sampling, sampling distributions and distribution of sample average, Confidence intervals are among the topics covered in this course.
GELİŞİMSEL TANI VE DEĞERLENDİRME TEKNİKLERİ
Human body structure and functioning, basic life functions, basic concepts of first aid and the importance of application of these concepts; what to do, injuries, wound care, the interventions that need to be done during wound care. Fractures, dislocations, sprains and injuries and interventions to be made at the first time, Heat-related problems, First interventions to be made in heat related problems, Poisonings, Consciousness disturbances, Strangulation, foreign bodies, the first interventions in problems related to. They will have information about transportation techniques, winding techniques, first aid kit.
BEBEKLİK VE ERKEN ÇOCUKLUK DÖNEMİ UYGULAMALARI
BİREYSELEŞTİRİLMİŞ EĞİTİM PROGRAMLARI
SAĞLIK KURULUŞLARINDA ALAN ÇALIŞMASI
TOPLUMA HIZMET UYGULAMALARI
ÇOCUKLARI TANIMA VE DEĞERLENDİRME TEKNİKLERİ
ÖZEL EĞITIMDE UYGULAMA
Practical Teaching in Special Education, Practical Introduction of Special Teaching and Practical Practice of theoretical knowledge given in other courses (Development in Mental Disability etc.) covered by special education. It is aimed that pupils develop their own skills in the field-related institution and it is aimed to reinforce the knowledge and skills that students have already acquired through practice in the field. This special education children will be observed in the designated institutions by reminding them about the characteristics. Later, appropriate education programs will be prepared by determining targets and achievements appropriate to their developmental needs and assessing their educational needs. Appropriate training environment and materials will be provided in the application, the prepared plans will be applied and applications will be evaluated.
Apart from general economic knowledge, the health sector can have an understanding of the role of regulations on the functioning of the health care system in terms of economic analysis, competitiveness, the ability to develop a detailed supply and demand model of the health care market to anticipate the consequences of various possible changes in health markets, economic activities of the health sector, cost of health services, market types in the health sector, state intervention in the health market, economic development in the health sector, analysis, meas-urement, modeling and efficiency criteria in health economics systems, long-term labor force supply and demand of health, theories of economic growth, development and the analysis of the relationships between contractors- carriers in the health sector.
Last updated: 26-01-2018