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Sibel Yalı

Sibel Yalı

Istanbul, Turkey

Ambassador

researcher on critical & historical thinking; editor and writer in TUHED academic journal and mentor teacher for Erasmus+ projects.

About me

researcher on critical & historical thinking; editor and writer in TUHED academic journal and mentor teacher for Erasmus+ projects. passionate about exploring big history, humanity, existence, culture and identity..

Why do you want to be a part of the HundrED Community?

First of all I want to find the most inspiring innovations currently in education all around the world and discover the trends. Second I am mentoring to the teachers for etwinning projects and third I am looking for the inspiration in improving new methods in education. I am also Interested in a particular theme namely shared melodies in education and passionate about sharing the information in my local area..

How can education support students to flourish?

According to the specific researches  80% of a people's mental capacity occurs before the age of six. I believe that education create an environment for pupils to learn with and without cognition..

What role does innovation play in education change?

Innovation for me is to teach them how to learn in order for them to go anywhere they want.  Such an education will let them know our footsteps but not have to follow in these steps.. They have the power to innovate..

Three HundrED innovations you love. (and Why?)

Because these inspiring ideas give me an opportunity to discover how to give every child the best possible start in life. I am learning about innovative practices in education and try to spread out.. Thanks! 

Three innovations you would love for HundrED to know about. (and Why?)

1. Big Picture Learning: I agree with the idea of education which is tailored to each student’s interests, talents and needs..

2. Tiny Trees Preschool: I love the idea of creating vibrant, outdoor classrooms in the city center parks.

3. Project Everyone: the question for World's Largest Lesson made me think on it to develop a curriculum for an etwinning project.

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