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Analyzing the Teacher's Educational Actions at the Beginning of the Unexpected Moments

Rukiye Didem Taylan, Ph.D. presented her paper "Analyzing A Novice Teacher’s Instructional Actions in Response to Unexpected Moments in Teaching" at the Eleventh Congress of the European Society for Research in Mathematics Education (CERME11), hosted by the Freudenthal Group, in collaboration with the Freudenthal Institute, of Utrecht University. It took place in Utrecht, the Netherlands, from the 6th to 10th of February, 2019. Her coauthor was one of the graduates of the MEF ELE program, Darüşşafaka Middle School Mathematics Teacher Merve Esmer. Rukiye Didem Taylan also had the opportunity to serve as a co-leader for the thematic working group "Mathematics Teaching and Teacher Practice(s)" during the conference.

Learning Sciences Master Program: "LSC 505-555: Instructional Design" Course end of term presentation

Instructional Design course, which was part of the Learning Sciences Non-Thesis Master program, was delivered by Bager Akbay who is known as an artist, trainer and the designer of the artificial intelligence poet.
Within the scope of this course, the master students learned about robotics, maker culture, basic electronics, online collaboration tools 3D printer at MEF University and Iskele47 with interactive experiences. They presented their end-of-term projects at İskele47 on the 2nd of January, 2019.