***In line with the precautions taken due to the Covid 19 outbreak, the congress will be held as a hybrid meeting (virtual and face to face participation) in accordance with the announcement of Higher Education Council on 06.03.2020.
This congress is organized as the multiplier event of the OPIECE project, a Strategic Partnership project for higher education funded by the Turkish National Agency and co-financed by the European Commission under Erasmus + Key Action 2: Cooperation for Innovation and Exchange of Good Practices.
The nucleus of Sakarya University, whose mission is to educate individuals by all kinds of equipment modern civilization requires, has been formed by School of Engineering and Architecture founded in 1970 affiliated with Istanbul Technical University. This school has turned into the State Academy of Engineering and Architecture in 1971 and served as a faculty from 1982 to 1992. Sakarya University was established according to the Law No. 3837 dated July 3, 1992.
As one of the universities established in 1990s, Sakarya University has set a good example not only for its success in completion of academic units and technical infrastructure but also its advances in laboratories, educational and social services, internet infrastructure and informatics as well. Sakarya University is the first and only state University receiving the ISO-2002 Quality Certificate and "the EFQM Excellence Quality Certificate of Competency Level".
The University of Évora is organized in 4 Schools: Arts, Sciences and Technology, Social Sciences and Nursing and offers 41 undergraduate and 120 postgraduate degrees. Research and Development covers several scientific areas through a network of 14 Research Units, all of them submitted to international evaluation, under the coordination of the Institute for Research and Advanced Studies. Furthermore, the University of Évora established three Chairs in areas of excellence: Biodiversity, Renewable Energies and Heritage, which are sponsored by private capital holders. Over the last years, the University has fostered a close l ink with the community. Such interaction has been possible through the creation of working networks and dissemination of knowledge such as the participation in the Science and Technology Park as well as through the establishment of protocols and contracts for the supply of services in partnerships with Companies, Universities, Associations and Institutes. The main R&D areas are: Agronomy and Biodiversity; Geophysics, Environment and Landscaping; Materials and Surface Science; Economics and Business Studies; Computer Sciences and Software Interoperability; Social and Political Sciences, History, History of Art, Science and Cultures; Applied Mathematics; Education; Linguistics and Literature; Elderly Healthcare. The 150 running research projects are developed through national and international partnerships, FP7 and H2020 funding, FCT as well as by private sponsorship.
Drio is constructed by Three O`s in Dutch: Ondersteuning-Opvoeding-Onderwijs.
The inspiration from this came through social, cultural and life experiences to combine upbringing and education through a strong support with the parents in the centre towards their children.
Touching more people and having them touch each other to think beyond borders! These are all the borders we face all the time, personal, educational, culture, country borders etc. It did start with the combination of these 3 needs in society/culture/people/world/life….
The First O is for “Ondersteuning” which means Support.
The aim of DRIO is to support children, young people, parents and teachers with project based work regardless their background, age or belief. Drio actively engages and supports the (social) community and participates in local and international projects.
Second O is Onderwijs which means `Education`.
One of the other aims of Drio is to follow the educational technologies and innovations and researches, based on educational needs. Forming them creatively and bringing them to/reaching the education areas (schools, organisations, parents etc.) with projects/ activities. The focus with this will be especially on early childhood education.
The last O is Opvoeding which means `Pedagogy/Parents Support`.
The other aim of Drio is to find creative /new ways to network and reach parents and by the different and creative presentations/ workshops increase the parents’ involvement for education/schools and to support them with new innovative pedagogical methods for raising children in a safe and carefree environment.
Vytauto Didžiojo universitetas of Educational Sciences: 1) trains teachers of early childhood and primary education, teachers of all school subjects and other specialists for the system of education (special pedagogues, psychologists, social educators, career counsellors, managers and others); 2) implements projects in teachers‘ professional development, organises training courses and workgroups for dissemination of the good experience, etc.; 3) provides professional consultations on issues related to the quality of education in early childhood education institutions, schools, teams of teachers and separate teachers; 4) develop educational documents at the national level , educational programmes, educational material to educational institutions; 5) develops and fosters educational and transformational mentoring as a prerequisite for high quality teacher education; 5) develops and implements relevant innovations in education and teacher education.
The Department of Childhood Studies is a division of this University , which carries out the following activities in early childhood education: implements the Bachelor study programme “Early Childhood and Pre-primary Education“ (287 students) and the Master‘s study programme “Early Childhood Education“ (21 students); delivers professional development courses (about 700 teachers per year); mentoring courses (20-40 teachers per year), provides consultations to municipalities, early childhood education institutions and parents. The Department of Childhood Studies employs 16 full-time teachers. The kindergarten “Mažųjųakademija“ (The Academy for the Little) is functioning under the University, which is attended by 46 children (10 teachers).
Hendek Municipality is the only actor to provide effective factors such as making zoning plans that will guide the social, physical and cultural development of the village. There may be a point shot impact on the sustainability of the project, such as the conversion and allocation of the space required for the project concerned according to project eligible notes. In Hendek Municipality there are technical directorates such as Parks and Horticulture Directorate, Science Directorate, Plan and Project Directorate, Directorate of Urban Development and Urban Planning, Real Estate and Expropriation Directorate thanks to which an investment of 14.000.000,00 TRY is planned to be realized through the engineers, technicians and technicians in these directorships in 2018.
Anaokulu is located in Yenimahalle, which is very crowded with population density in Hendek district of Sakarya. It is a one-storey school in a calm, green, garden. The garden is an ideal Pre-school Education Institution by its location and building structure. Yenimahalle Kindergarten was opened to service in the academic year of 2014-2015. In the first year, 70 students, 1 manager and 5 teachers started the education process. We have 1 director, 1 assistant principal, 8 preschool teachers, 16 assistant teachers and 3 support staff. We have 4 morning and 4 afternoon classes at our school and 4 and 5 year olds at our school. Yenimahalle Anaokulu adopts a project-based education approach. There is an open-air planting planting area, sports and gymnastics area, music and rhythm area, sand pool and a comprehensive playground which children can use in the garden. We take precautions in terms of safety in our school. Emergency teams have been created and necessary equipment has been provided. There is also a fire extinguishing system. Our school is watched with 24 hour camera system. Transportation of most of the students is provided by the service.
This project is implemented under the Erasmus + Key Action 2 Higher Education Area Strategic Partnerships supporting exchange of good practices program. The aim is to improve the inter-institutional network, to increase their transnational working capacities, and to share ideas, practices, and methods. Thus, through the cooperation between experts from different parts of Europe, good practices at higher education level in early childhood education are shared.
With the “Outdoor Oriented Practices in Early Childhood Education OPIECE” project carried under the coordination of Sakarya University, it is aimed to design a child-friendly educational street to support early children developments wholistically with the support of municipal expertise, to design outdoor plays in line with the determined attainment targets , and to compile an e-book in which parents and teachers would be able to find all this information, and an elective course that will take place in pre-service teachers' undergraduate education.
An international congress will be organized as the multiplier event of the project titled “Outdoor-oriented Practices in Early Childhood Eduation” under the Coordination of Sakarya University within the scope of Erasmus + Program Key Action 2 Higher Education Area Strategic Partnerships.
We think that the congress, in cooperation with the project partners Stichting Drio / The Hollanda, Evora University / Portekiz, Vytauto Didžiojo universitetas / Lithuania, Hendek Municipality and Yenimahalle Kindergarten, will create a rich platform for intercultural transfer and dissemination of good practices and to share experiences.
We would be extremely pleased to see you among us at the congress, and we would like to express our deepest gratitude for your contributions in advance.
|Prof. Dr. Fatih SAVAŞAN - Sakarya University Rector|
CHAIRMAN OF THE CONGRESS
|Prof. Dr. Ayşe Güler KÜÇÜKTURAN - Sakarya University|
|Prof. Dr. Firdevs KARAHAN - Sakarya University||Prof. Dr. Ayşe Güler KÜÇÜKTURAN - Sakarya University|
|Prof. Dr. Mehmet Barış HORZUM - Sakarya University||Doç. Dr. Suat KOL - Sakarya University|
|Guida VEIGA - Universidade de Évora / Portekiz||Gülşah GÜNGÖZ VAN DIJK - Stichting DRIO / Hollanda|
|Ieva PAZUSİENĖ - Vytauto Didžiojo universitetas / Lithuania||Gabrıela ALMEIDA - Universidade de Évora / Portekiz|
|Jose MARMELEIRA - Universidade de Évora / Portekiz||Luis LARANJO - Universidade de Évora / Portekiz|
|Ona MONKEVİČİENĖ - Vytauto Didžiojo universitetas / Lithuania||Birutė AUTUKEVİČİENĖ - Vytauto Didžiojo universitetas Lithuania|
|Arş. Gör. Esra Betül KÖLEMEN - Sakarya University||Arş. Gör. Elif BOZYİĞİT - Sakarya University|
|Arş. Gör. Burcu KOÇ - Sakarya University||Arş. Gör. Mehmet UYSAL - Sakarya University|
|Hızır Çağrı GÜNGÖR - Hendek Municipality||Hasan ALTUNTAŞ - Hendek Municipality|
|Mehmet Sarp KARATAŞ - Hendek Municipality||Nuriye ÜNAL - Yenimahalle Anaokulu|
|Muhammed BULUT - Yenimahalle Anaokulu|
|Prof. Dr. Adalet Kandır - Gazi University||Prof. Dr. Asiye İvrendi - Pamukkale University|
|Prof. Dr. Ayla Oktay - Maltepe University||Prof. Dr. Aynur Bütün Ayhan - Ankara University|
|Prof. Dr. Ayperi Sığırtmaç - Çukurova University||Prof. Dr. Aysel Köksal Akyol - Ankara University|
|Prof. Dr. Ayşe Belgin Aksoy - Gazi University||Prof. Dr. Ayşe Dilek Öğretir - Gazi University|
|Prof. Dr. Belma Tuğrul - İstanbul Aydın University||Prof. Dr. Berrin Akman - Hacettepe University|
|Prof. Dr. Bülbin Sucuoğlu - Hacettepe University||Prof. Dr. Çağlayan Dinçer - Hasan Kalyoncu University|
|Prof. Dr. Dilara Fatoş Özer - İstanbul Kent University||Prof. Dr. Dilek Acer Çakar - Ankara University|
|Prof. Dr. Duyan Maden - Hacettepe University (Retired)||Prof. Dr. Ebru Aktan Acar - Çanakkale On Sekiz Mart University|
|Prof. Dr. Elif Çelebi Öncü - Kocaeli University||Prof. Dr. Elif Dağlıoğlu - Gazi University|
|Prof. Dr. Elif Yeşim Üstün - İstanbul Aydın University||Prof. Dr. Emel Arslan - Necmettin Erbakan University|
|Prof. Dr. Emine Ahmetoğlu - Trakya University||Prof. Dr. Esra Dereli İman - Osmangazi University|
|Prof. Dr. Esra Ömeroğlu - Gazi University||Prof. Dr. Fatma Alisinanoğlu - Fatih Sultan Mehmet University|
|Prof. Dr. Fatma Tezel Şahin - Gazi University||Prof. Dr. Fatma Ünal - Akdeniz University|
|Prof. Dr. Feyza Erden - Ortadoğu Teknik University||Prof. Dr. Figen Turan - Hacettepe University|
|Prof. Dr. Gülden Uyanık - Marmara University||Prof. Dr. Gülümser Gültekin Akduman - Gazi University|
|Prof. Dr. Handan Asude Başal - Uludağ University||Prof. Dr. Hatice Bekir - Gazi University|
|Prof. Dr. Havise Güleç - Çanakkale On Sekiz Mart University||Prof. Dr. İlkay Ulutaş - Gazi University|
|Prof. Dr. Meziyet Arı - İstanbul Gelişim University||Prof. Dr. Mesude Atay - Başkent University|
|Prof. Dr. Mesut Saçkes - Balıkesir University||Prof. Dr. Mübeccel Gönen - Hacettepe University|
|Prof. Dr. Müdriye Yıldız Bıçakçı - Ankara University||Prof. Dr. Nergis Güven - Hacettepe University (Retired)|
|Prof. Dr. Neriman Aral - Ankara University||Prof. Dr. Neslihan Avcı - Gazi University|
|Prof. Dr. Nesrin Işıkoğlu Erdoğan - Pamukkale University||Prof. Dr. Nilgün Metin - Hacettepe University|
|Prof. Dr. Nilgün Sarp - Bilgi University||Prof. Dr. Nilüfer Darıca - Hasan Kalyoncu University|
|Prof. Dr. Ozana Ural - Marmara University||Prof. Dr. Özcan Doğan - Hacettepe University|
|Prof. Dr. Perihan Ünüvar - Mehmet Akif Ersoy University||Prof. Dr. Pınar Bayhan - Hacettepe University|
|Prof. Dr. Rengin Zembat - Maltepe University||Prof. Dr. Saide Özbey - Gazi University|
|Prof. Dr. Semra Erkan - İstanbul Gelişim University||Prof. Dr. Serap Erdoğan - Anadolu University|
|Prof. Dr. Serdal Seven - Fatih Sultan Mehmet University||Prof. Dr. Sibel Güneysu - Başkent University|
|Prof. Dr. Şakire Ocak Karabay - Ege University||Prof. Dr. Tanju Gürkan - Ankara University (Retired)|
|Prof. Dr. Tülin Güler Yıldız - Hacettepe University||Prof. Dr. Ümit Deniz - Gazi University|
|Prof. Dr. Yasemin Aydoğan - Gazi University||Prof. Dr. Yaşare Aktaş Arnas - Çukurova University|
|Prof. Dr. Yeşim Özlü Fazlıoğlu - Trakya University||Prof. Dr. Yıldız Güven - Maltepe University|
|Prof. Dr. Z. Fulya Temel - Gazi University||Prof. Dr. Zarife Seçer - İstanbul University Cerrahpaşa|
|*Scientific Committee members are arranged in alphabetical order by name.|
The topics for the congress are gathered under three main titles as the project’s main aim is, by designing a child-friendly educational street, to inform preschool teachers about the importance of outdoor-oriented practices, to raise awareness of implementation results, and to design appropriate educational practices that can be applied outdoors.
• Child-friendly urban space design
• The importance of outdoor plays and implementations
• The role of outdoor plays in preventing digital addictionPapers can be presented in Turkish and English.
Thank you for your contribution by sending a paper to the congress. 68 papers were sent during the application process, but 4 papers were excluded from the evaluation because they were outside the scope of the congress topics. 64 abstracts within the scope of the congress were evaluated, and the evaluation process was carried out as follows.
|No||Author’s Name&Surname||Title of the Paper||Instutition||Country|
|1||Şu** Ka***||Okul Öncesinde Dış Mekân Uygulamaları: Almanya Örneği||Hasan Kalyoncu University||Turkey|
|2||Hü*** Gü*** Og*****, Ha*** Gü****, İl*** Gö****||Okul Öncesi Dönem Çocuklarına Yönelik Açık Oyun Alanlarının Karşılaştırılması (Denizli-Samsun-Sinop Örnekleri)||Sinop University, Pamukkale University, Ondokuz Mayıs University||Turkey|
|3||Eb** Bo**, Me**** Sa****||Dış Mekân Oyunları ile Dijital Oyun Bağımlılığı Arasındaki İlişki||Dicle University, İnönü University||Turkey|
|4||Şu** Sa*****, Ha*** Sı** Me****, Ya**** Ak*** Ar***||Changes in the Outdoor Experiences of Preschool Children During the COVID-19 Pandemic Period According to Parental Views||Çukurova University||Turkey|
|5||Pe*** Ak***||Investigation of Preschool Teacher Candidates’ Views about Out-Of-School Learning Environments: Autumn Activity in School Garden||Bolu Abant İzzet Baysal University||Turkey|
|6||Ni***** Da****, Ze**** Me****, Bü*** Bi***||Okul Öncesi Kurumlara Ait Okul Bahçelerinin Öğrenme Ortamı Olarak Değerlendirilmesi||Hasan Kalyoncu University||Turkey|
|7||Gü**** Ho*, Eb** De******* Gü*||Sokak Oyunları: Oyun Sokakları||Munzur University, Çukurova University||Turkey|
|8||Es** Be*** Kö*****, Ay** Gü*** Kü********||Okul Dışı Öğrenme” İle İlgili Metaforlar||Sakarya University||Turkey|
|9||Ia* Bl*******||Don't forget the dads: the value of dads' groups||United Kingdom||England|
|10||Ay***** Ko*||Açık Hava Etkinliklerinin Çocuğun Bilişsel Gelişimine Etkisinin İncelenmesi||Sakarya Serdivan Vilayetler Hizmetbirliği Şefkat Kindergarten||Turkey|
|11||Ar** Öz*****, Şe*** Şi*** Ka**||Examining the Views of Preschool Teachers on Using Open Spaces Activites||Karabük University||Turkey|
|12||Ze**** Yı****||Kuşlar İçin Lunapark Projesine Genel Bir Bakış||Şırnak University||Turkey|
|13||Öz** Ru*** Er***, Öz*** Dö****||Investigation of Outdoor Play and Technology Usage of Preschool Children During COVID-19 Pandemic||Şırnak University, Maltepe University||Turkey|
|14||Gö*** Ko*****, Tu*** Er*****||Evaluation Of Graduate Thesis Related To Outdoor Activities In Pre-School Education||Gazi University, Sakarya University||Turkey|
|15||Sa**** Ke***, Öz*** Yu** Ta*****||Oyun Alanlarında Ebeveynlerin Mobil Cihaz Kullanımı: Yetişkin Eğlence Eğilimi Önemli Mi?||Bülent Ecevit University, Trabzon University||Turkey|
|16||Ay*** Kö**** Ak***, Al* Ak** Ak***||Müzede Oyun Oynamak||Ankara University, Ankara Hacı Bayram Veli University||Turkey|
|17||Me**** Ka******, Se*** Se***** Çe***||Outdoor Tıme: Vıews And Practıces Of Teachers & Parents||Middle East Technical University||Turkey|
|18||Me**** Ma**, Em** Ar****, Me*** Te***||Okul Öncesi Öğretmenlerinin Sınıf Dışı Etkinlikler Kapsamındaki Bilişsel Gelişim İnançları||Necmettin Erbakan University||Turkey|
|19||Ok*** Ta******, Ay/// Öz****, Ec* Bi*****, Ha***** Po****||Herkes İçin Çocuk Dostu Mekanlar: Kapsayıcı Çocuk Oyun Alanı Önerisi||Tekirdağ Namık Kemal University||Turkey|
|20||Ar** Öz*****, Şe*** Şi*** Ka**||Outdoor Summer School: An Example||Karabük University||Turkey|
|21||Öz*** Gö*** Ka******, Ay** Ka**||From The Child's World: "My Dream Children's Park"||Karabük University||Turkey|
|22||El** Gö****||Erken Çocuklukta Sınıf Dışı Öğrenme “Little Schools Outdoor” Örneği||Zübeyde Hanım Middle School||Turkey|
|23||Ar** Ö*****, Ha**** Ke***, As** Gü***||Özel Eğitim Kurumlarında Özel Gereksinimli Çocuklar İçin Açık Alan ve Bahçe Kullanımının İncelenmesİ||Karabük University||Turkey|
|24||Se**** Ay*** U**||Pandemi Sürecinde Açık Hava Etkinliklerine İyi Örnekler||Şehit Murat Akdemir AİHL (Kindergarten)||Turkey|
|25||Şe*** Ün** Çe***||Oyun Sokağı: Bir üniversite-toplum iş birliği etkinliği||Kırıkkale University||Turkey|
|26||Ta**** Ta*****, Se***** Ay***, Ay*** Kö**** Ak***||Erken Çocuklukta Açık Alan Deneyimlerine Dayalı Alan Gezileri: Ankara University Tandoğan Yerleşkesi Örneği||Ankara University||Turkey|
|27||Öz*** Gö*** Ka******, Ca*** Ün**||Environmental Awareness of Preschool Teachers Qualitative Study||Turkey|
|28||Em****** Ca* Ya***, Ta**** Ta*****||Doğal Açık Alan Etkinliklerinin Dikkat Eksikliği ve Hiperaktivite Bozukluğu Tanısı Olan Çocuklar Üzerindeki Etkileri: Sistematik İnceleme||Kırıkkale University, Ankara University||Turkey|
|29||Fe**** Sa***, Ay*** Kö**** Ak***||Açık Alan Etkinliklerinin Bebeklerin Gelişimlerine Yansımaları||İstanbul Medipol University, Ankara University||Turkey|
|30||Me**** Ku***, Ba****** Ay*****||Okulöncesi Öğretmenlerin Okul Dışı Öğrenme Ortamlarına İlişkin Görüşlerinin İncelenmesi (Sakarya İli Örneği)||Sakarya University, Kastamonu University||Turkey|
|31||Es*** Gö*** Fi**, Hi*** İl**** Tu*****||Ebeveynlerin Açık Havada Oyuna İlişkin Metaforlarının İncelenmesi||Sakarya University||Turkey|
|32||Je*** Am****, Le**** Ha****, Ma*** As****** Fo****||Adventuring The City With Children: The Role of Children's Teachers||Universidade Estadual de Feira de Santana, Universidade Federal de Alagoas, Universidade de Évora||Brazil, Portugal|
|33||Sh**** Sk*****||An action research project based on teacher reflections on their pedagogical practice in a nature preschool in the west of İrlanda during Covid-19.||Mary Immaculate College||Ireland|
|34||Em****** Ca* Ya***, Öz*** Gö*** Ka******||An Investigation of Master's and Doctoral Theses On Nature-Based Educatıon Programs and Outdoor Actıvıtıes in Turkey: Systematic Review||Kırklareli University, Karabük University||Turkey|
|35||Mü***** Yu****, Ab****** Çi*********||Okul Öncesi Eğitim Kurumu Outdoor Tasarımına Farklı Bir Bakış: Karabük University Demir Çocuk Anaokulu||Karabük University||Turkey|
|36||El*** Nu* Sa****, Fa*** Se*** Se****, Mu***** Be****||Street from Past to Present Through The Eyes of Parents||Sakarya University||Turkey|
|37||Gö*** İn** Kı*******, Ay** Öz**** Sa***||Investigation of the UK and Turkey Playgrounds||Aydın Adnan Menderes University||Turkey|
|38||Ri** Ma*********, Na*** Ve*********||Nursery Environment and Its Use in Developing Knowledge of Nature||Vilnius University||Lithuania|
|39||Mü****** Sü***, Ha**** Be***||School Administrators Views Regarding the Current Status and Use of Gardens of Schools and Institutions Offering Preschool Education Services||Amasya University, Gazi University||Turkey|
|40||Ha**** Öz******, Me*** Yı******||Okul Öncesi Dönemde Dış Mekân İle İlgili Yapılmış Lisansüstü Tezlerin İçerik Analizi||Sakarya University||Turkey|
|41||Ze**** Kı***, Di*** Ba******||Anadolu’da Dış Mekânlarda Oynanan Çocuk Oyunları||İstanbul Medipol University, Balıkesir University||Turkey|
|42||Pa****** Lu**, Ay** Öz**** Sa***||Comparing gardens designs of early childhood education institutions in İngiltere and Turkey||Anglia Ruskin University, Aydın Adnan Menderes University||England, Turkey|
|43||Bu*** Ko*, El** Bo******||Outdoor-oriented Practices for English Language Teaching in Early Childhood Education||Sakarya University||Turkey|
|44||Kü*** Bu***, Hi*** Me****, Az** Kü**********, Ar** Yü******||A New Alternative to Outdoor Games: Mobıle Augmented Reality Games||İstanbul Medipol University||Turkey|
|45||Gö**** İl*** Il***, Em*** Ah*******||Çocukların Dış Mekân Oyun Alan Tasarımlarının Resim Yoluyla İncelenmesi||Tekirdağ Namık Kemal University, Trakya University||Turkey|
|46||Ay*** Se** Ak**, Şe*** Ba********, Ye*** Kü*** Mu***, Ar** Yü******||Farklı Ülkelerdeki Okul Öncesi Öğretmenlerinin Dış Mekan Oyunlarına İlişkin Bakış Açılarının İncelenmesi||İstanbul Medipol University||Turkey|
|47||Re**** Ze****, Hi*** Yı****||Playing Activities During The Pandemic: An Evaluation From The Preschool Teachers||Maltepe University, Artvin Çoruh University||Turkey|
|48||Ne***** Ar**, Ba**** De***, Em** De***||Okul Öncesi Öğretmenlerinin Oyuna İlişkin Algılarının İncelenmesi||Ankara University, Ardahan University, Tarsus University||Turkey|
|49||Tu*** Bi***, Sa**** Ke***||Mevsimler ve Ebeveyn-Çocuk Oyunları: Kardan Adam Örneği||Ministry of National Education, Bülent Ecevit University||Turkey|
|50||Ne***** Ar**, Gü* Ka***||Bağımsız Anaokullarında Yer Alan Oyun Alanlarının İncelenmesi: Çankırı Örneği||Ankara University, Çankırı Karatekin University||Turkey|
|51||Br**** Sı***, Gu**** Ve***, Ca****** Rı****, Jo*** Fr****||The play behaviors of portuguese Children with Hearing Loss in mainstream and special schools: a review study||Leiden University, University of Évora||Portugal, Netherlands|
|52||Jo** Ma********, Va***** Go*******, Ar***** Ra******||Physical activity of elementary school children during recess time||University of Évora||Turkey|
|53||Ay*** Kö******||Turkey’de Okul Öncesinde Dış Mekan Oyunu İle İlgili Yapılan Çalışmaların İncelenmesi||Ankara University||Turkey|
|54||Se*** Er*****, Ka**** Öz** Ay*****||Examination of Playgrounds in Terms of Preschool Children Safety: Ankara City Case||Necmettin Erbakan University||Turkey|
|55||El** Gü****, Ba** Ar****, Hi**** Si*** Gö****||Parents' Views on Children's Playground - A Case of İzmir||Cocukdostu, Dokuz Eylül University||Turkey|
|56||Ma***** Mo*****, Ri** Co******, Gu*** Ve***, Fr******* Lo***||The impact of Kindergarten Outdoor Policies and Physical Environments on Children’s Affordances to Play||Universidade de Lisboa, University of Évora||Portugal|
|57||Bü*** Nu* Es**, Ay*** Se** Ak**, Di**** Be****, Ey** Ça****, Mu***** Bü**** Şe**********||Investigation of the Audiologist's Views of Preschool Children With Hearing Loss on Playing Outdoor Games||İstanbul Medipol University||Turkey|
|58||Fa*** Ay*****, Bu**** Ay**, Ne***** Ar**, Fi*** Gü****||Father, Child, Play During Pandemic||Ankara University||Turkey|
|59||Nu*** Tu****, Ar** Ar****||Erken Çocukluk Eğitiminde Bahçe Akademisi; Kültürlerarası İletişim İçin Bir Uygulama Örneği||Tokat Gaziosmanpaşa University, Ministry of National Education||Turkey|
|60||İs* Ka**, Ze**** Ta****||Investigation of Theses Investigating the Effect of Play on Cognitive Development in Early Childhood||Fatih Sultan Mehmet University, Zaferler Primary School||Turkey|
|61||On* Mo**********, Bi**** Au***********, Ie** Pa*******||Outdoor oriented practices in early childhood education: creation of educational contexts||Vytautas Magnus University||Lithuania|
|62||Na*** Mo****||Nature-based play for children aged 3-12||Portugal|
|63||Eli***** J**** Do*||Outdoor activities in ECE and the centrality of context, confidence and creativity||England|
|Day 1 – 24 March 2020|
|Panel (Child-friendly Outdoor Practices)|
|Moderator Prof. Dr. Firdevs KARAHAN|
|Chris Franken - VFO architecture bureau Eindhoven/HOLLANDA|
|Hızır Çağrı Güngör - Hendek Municipality Hendek/TÜRKİYE|
|Panel (Outdoor Practices)|
|Moderator Prof. Dr. Ayşe Güler KÜÇÜKTURAN|
|Guida Veiga – University of Evora Evora/Portekiz|
|Gülşah GÜNGÖZ VAN DİJK - DRIO Eindhoven/THE Hollanda|
|Ieva PAZUSİENĖ - Vytauto Didžiojo University/ LITHUANIA|
|Nuriye ÜNAL - Yenimahalle Kindergarten Hendek/Turkey|
|A trip to Child-friendly Educational Street in Hendek|
|Day 2 – 25 March 2020|
|Closing Ceremony & Cocktail|
Original research articles, review studies, and studies including implementations in line with the purpose and scope of the congress will be accepted for presentation at the congress. The submitted articles must comply with the principles of research and publication ethics, have not been previously presented on any platform, and should not be in the process of evaluation for publication elsewhere.
All abstracts submitted to the congress undergo double-blind review process. The reviewers will not be informed about the author of the submitted article, and the identity of the reviewers evaluating the article will not be share with the author (s). The result of the reviews will be sent to the authors, and the papers will only be accepted for presentation after the necessary changes are made.
Abstracts will be included in the congress booklet.
Full Text Format;
The full texts of the papers presented at the congress will be reevaluated in line with the publication process of the journal.
Papers can be presented in either Turkish or English at the congress, but the abstracts to be included in the booklet should be sent in English.
The authors can send their papers within the scope of the congress to the journals below.
“International Congress of Early Childhood Outdoor Practices (ICECOP)”is the multiplier event of the “Outdoor-oriented Practices in Early Childhood Education Project” which is funded by the Erasmus + Program Key Action 2 Higher Education Area Strategic Partnership and coordinated by Sakarya University.
Participation in the project is free, no registration fee will be charged from the participants and the services listed below will be provided.
|Attending Scientific Meetings|
|Printed Materials (Name Badge, Certificate of Attendance)|
|All day treats|
Participants will make their accommodation at the hotels determined by the “Serdivan Turizm (Hakan Genç)” channel.
Adres:Arabacıalanı Mh. Eski Kazımpaşa Cd. Meydan Serdivan İş Merkezi. No:82 İç Kapı:2 Serdivan – Sakarya/Turkey Telefon: +90 264 242 00 08
We are proudly presenting you the recordings of the congress presentations held on 24-25 March 2021. Due to some technical and ethical restrictions, we are unable to display all the contents of the congress. Thank you for your understanding.
Surely, we would like to emphasize our gratitude once again to the contributors of this project congress: Erasmus+, Turkish National Agency, Respected Academics, Novice Academics, Graduate and Undergraduate Students, Municipality Staff, Kindergartens, In-service & pre-service teachers, and Early Childhood Associations.
Thank you very much for attending the International Congress of Early Childhood Outdoor Practices (ICECOP). We would highly appreciate if you could evaluate the congress. Your feedback is invaluable as we would like to make our future congresses even better. Please fill out the evaluation form below.
|Congress Announcement July 13, 2020|
|Abstracts Submission Deadline January 31, 2021|
|Announcement of Abstracts Evaluation Results February 10, 2021|
|Full Text Submission Deadline April 20, 2021|
|Announcement of the Final Program of Congress March 1, 2021|
|Congress March 19-20, 2021|
|NOTE: Due to the COVID 19 outbreak in the whole world, arrangements can be made when necessary.|
You can contact us for your questions about the congress.
Adres:Sakarya University Eğitim Fakültesi Dekanlığı 54300 Hendek-Sakarya/Turkey
|Esra Betül KÖLEMEN||+90 264 295 71 40|
|Elif BOZYİĞİT||+90 264 295 35 20|
|Burcu KOÇ||+90 264 295 3683|