Doğa School, partner of the WYRED Project, organised a workshop on 11th November 2017 at Doğa’s Ataşehir 1 campus, in collaboration between Netictech’s Education and Technology Advisor, Daniele Ottorino Arati, and Doğa’s EU Project Coordinator, Zuhal Yılmaz Doğan.
The session was attended by 43 students in 9th, 10th and 11th grade from a variety of Doğa’s campuses (Ataşehir 1, Ataşehir 3, Acıbadem, Acarkent, Bostanci, Çamlıca, Çekmeköy, Kadıköy, Kurtköy, Kartal and Tuzla).
The course provided the students with the necessary basic skills and knowledge to design and prepare a research activity, to identify the correct data collection technique, to design data collection tools, to construct prototypes and to obtain and interpret findings, etc. As part of the hands-on workshop, students designed and created prototypes, which they had to present to an audience, canvassing for votes.
Within the scope of the WYRED project, the workshops with our students will be repeated at regular intervals for the dissemination and development of these studies. At the end of these trainings, successful research projects will be shared within the framework of the WYRED project.