Dr. Ersin Karademir stated that although the understanding of teacher training, which turned into an irregular structure in 1978, and the relevant institutions have undergone constant changes, it has not reached the desired and expected quality.
Kandemir was the guest of the Eskişehir Turkish Hearth Thursday Talk with his presentation titled “Teaching in the Turkish Education System from Past to Present”. Explaining that the teacher is the chief architect of education, which is the most important element that ensures the existence and progress of a society, Assoc. Dr. Ersin Karademir said, “Teacher, teacher means the person who teaches. More precisely, with today’s understanding, it can be defined as someone whose profession is to teach knowledge. When we look at it as a whole, education is the job of giving information, teaching, educating, instructing according to a certain purpose”. Education, on the other hand, is the effort of individuals to create behavioral changes willingly. In fact, it was Nurettin Topçu who best described education (Maarifi) and teacher many years ago. In other words, Maarif is the instrumentation of the culture and ideals of a society’s way of thinking. Education teaches the youth of a nation to think methodically in the face of events in the country and the world. Each of the courses taught in schools is the constructor of one of the walls of the method building. It works like a doctor who always performs surgeries in the minds of humanity. Education creates ideals within the society.” According to Topçu, the teacher is; The best role model in our moral education is the person who shapes the student. In that case, the teacher should set an example for the student with his knowledge, skills, behaviors and personality.”
Assoc. Dr. Ersin Karademir said, “Our teacher training efforts, which started in 1848, showed changes and developments and continued until 1978 without much disruption. However, our understanding of teacher training and institutions, which turned into an irregular structure in the 78s, have undergone constant changes since 1978. It did not reach the desired and expected quality.”
After the questions and answers of the guests, Branch President Prof. Dr. The program ended with Nedim Ünal’s presentation of the certificate of gratitude.