This is the first in a series of weekly “School Snapshots,” where we will give you a peek into innovative schools and classrooms from around the world. A classroom is an insightful look into what the life of a student looks like in different corners of the world. It’s a reflection of the educational beliefs, initiatives, and different levels of technological innovation present at these institutions that nurture the hearts and minds of each country’s future citizens.
These Showcase Schools represent exemplary use of technology in education– we hope you are inspired by their innovation, fascinated by their stories, and will learn something from this journey around classrooms of the world we will be taking on What’s Fresh.
School: Duzla Doga College
Location: Istanbul (Metropolitan)
Type of School: Private
Levels of Schooling: Kindergarten, Primary, Secondary, High School
Number of Students: 343
Number of Teachers: 44
Number of Classrooms: 42
MIE Expert: Aysenur Isbilen
If potential parents visited your schools, we tell them: Our difference from the other schools is the way we teach how to use technology and develop technology for learning. For example our students have a rocket club, and they are learning sketch up programme and now they can make small rocket parts in 3d printer.
Our vision is: Tuzla Doğa College interactive digital media has provided a learning environment because we focus on the needs of our students and our century. İt’s important that the World is changing but if we don’t innovate our school we can’t catch the time and stay in little borders.