Ziya Teacher came together with her colleagues in Karaman
Minister of National Education Ziya Selçuk met with teachers working in Karaman within the scope of the "Education Meetings with Ziya Teacher" program.
The "Education Meeting with Ziya Teacher", held online due to the epidemic, was held with the participation of Provincial Director of National Education Mehmet Çalışkan and teachers representing our city. Teachers from across the city also watched the program live on youtube / mebbasin.
"Thank you very much for not leaving this country's education unattended"
Starting his speech by greeting the teachers, the Minister of National Education, Mr. Ziya Selçuk, expressed his happiness to meet with the teachers. Minister of National Education Selçuk said, “We are coming together with you to meet with you, to get your thoughts and to exchange views. Instead of making decisions at the desk, it is more permanent for us to meet with you and make decisions by making consultations. I thank you very much for not neglecting our children for your efforts during the epidemic period, for giving the message "You are not alone" to each of our children, for supporting our parents and for not leaving the education of this country unattended. "
"We carried EBA to the first place in the world thanks to you"
Saying, “Distance education is much more difficult than face-to-face education,” Mr. Ziya Selçuk continued his speech and said, “In many countries, students are trying to provide education only by sending e-mails or watching educational videos. It is very important that we have established three television channels and there are two or three countries in the world that can do this, that we are carrying EBA to the first place in the world by doing more than three million lessons. I would like to express my gratitude to you once again from here ”.
"We achieved two goals that you set in line with your direction during your visit last year"
Then the Minister gave the first word to Provincial Director of National Education Mehmet Çalışkan. Provincial Director of National Education Mehmet Çalışkan said, "I greet with love, respect and reverence from our ancient city, Karaman, the capital of the Turkish language, the land of Yunus Emre. During your visit last year, you left us two entities and set a goal. One of these relics was for vocational education and the other for increasing the number of design skill workshops. We increased the number of design skill workshops from two and a half percent last year to forty-five percent as of today. Another issue was vocational education. We applied to Mevlana Development Agency for eight projects with our administrators and teachers working in vocational high schools in this field, and thank God, eight of our projects were awarded grant support. In your presence, I thank all of our administrators and teachers. " used expressions.
The program continued with the Karaman Fine Arts High School teachers singing "Come See Me" by Yunus Emre. Later Yunus Emre Mosque and Tomb 9%