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Orientation Training Applications In History And Today Of Turkey

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  • Seyit TA?ER

    () (NECMETT?N ERBAKAN UN?VERSITY)

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Orientation is a training process. Usually it used to mean recruitment exercise. But today is referred to as the process of preparing the students to school. The scope of orientation; how to begin the process of orientation training and the situation in Turkey; all this topics are evaluated in this study. Orientation training has begun in recent history. At the same time a practice carried out by the Ottoman State in the 19th century considered within the scope of orientation training. ?nformation on this application will be included in this study.Orientation was implemented in the first grade primary school and preschool. It takes about a week. This work is give to activities carried out in the context of the orientation training of school. How much time devoted to these activities has been examined. education in orientation is not limited to students only. The parents and teachers orientation dimensions were examined in this study.

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  • Seyit TA?ER, 2015. "Orientation Training Applications In History And Today Of Turkey," Proceedings of Teaching and Education Conferences 2905090, International Institute of Social and Economic Sciences.
  • Handle: RePEc:sek:itepro:2905090
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    Keywords

    Orientation; Education; History; Methods;

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    • I29 - Health, Education, and Welfare - - Education - - - Other

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