Atatürk Faculty of Education has realized an exhibition on Group Counselling Materials Sample
Date Added: 12 February 2019, 08:10
Last Updated Date:19 November 2020, 14:34

Near East University Atatürk Faculty of Education Department of Psychology, functioning under the Department of Psychological Counselling and Guidance, Department of Classroom Teaching, Department of Gifted Education, Department of Music Education, Department of Teaching Art, Department of Turkish Language Teaching, Department of Hearing Impaired, Department for the Teaching of Mentally Disadvantaged and Department of Pre-School Teaching students jointly held an exhibition to exhibit materials which the teacher candidates will be using in their teaching lives.

According to the press release issued by the Directorate of Press and Public Relations of Near East University, the materials prepared as part of the modules taught by Specialist in Department of Department of Psychological Counselling and Guidance, Şebnem Güldal Kan’s titled as “Mental Health in Children, Psychological Counselling and Guidance for Children” and Specialist Yasemin Sorkan’s “Group Counselling”, have received a lot of interest.

It was also stated that Dean of Atatürk Faculty of Education, Prof. Dr. İsmail Hakkı Mirici; Vice Deans Assoc Prof Dr Yağmur Çerkez and Assoc Prof Dr Umut Akçıl, Deputy Heads of Near East Junior College Mehmet Süleymanoğlu and İzzet Yılmaz, Department Heads, Academicians and students have visited the exhibition.

An Event Beneficial for Creative Teaching…
Making a statement regarding the matter Dean of Atatürk Faculty of Education, Prof. Dr. İsmail Hakkı Mirici, expressed that attention was drawn on the significance of creativity in lessons and teaching creative skills to children. He added that material design was an essential notion in both raising teachers and in psychological counselling. Furthermore, Prof. Dr. İsmail Hakkı
Mirici in a technological era, it was highly necessary to integrate the use of technology into the material designing process.