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Examining the contribution of social studies course in the integration of asylum-seeking students into society, according to student opinions
In this research, it is aimed to examine the contribution of Social Studies course in terms of social integration of students living as an asylum seeker in Turkey and continuing their education in schools in Turkey, according to student opinions. The research was carried out with the qualitative research method and the research participants were determined by the criterion sampling…
Assessing the criteria for equality of the right: Refugees’ higher education from the perspective of human rights [Hak Eşitliğine İlişkin Kriterlerin Değerlendirilmesi: İnsan Hakları Perspektifinden Mültecilerin Yükseköğrenimi]
With the Syrian refugee crisis, the subject of refugees’ access to HE, which was only partially funded owing to donor reluctance, was prominently covered in the news, with concepts such as preventing the lost generation, resilience, reconstructing countries, and education as a human right. With the Ukraine crisis, the issue of supporting the higher education of refugees came to the…
School Adaptation of Students Under Temporary Protection (From the Eyes of Turkish and Syrian Students) [Geçici Koruma Altında Bulunan Öğrencilerin Okula Uyumları (Türk ve Suriyeli Öğrencilerin Gözünden)*]
This study aims to examine the school adjustment of Syrian children who were obliged to leave their country for different reasons and who are under temporary protection in Turkey according to the opinions of Turkish and Syrian students. The study, which was carried out in accordance with qualitative research methods, has participants consisting of 10 Turkish and 10 Syrian students…
Learning Experiences Of Syrian Refugee Students During The Outburst Of Covid-19 Pandemic [Göç Mağduru Surİyelİ Öğrencİlerİn Covid-19 Salgini Sürecİndekİ Öğrenme Deneyİmlerİ]
In this study, it is aimed to determine the feelings and thoughts of Syrian refugee primary school students regarding the difficulties and opportunities they face in their learning processes in distance education during the Covid-19 outburst.Using the case study design of the qualitative research approach, study was conducted with 36 4th grade students who came to Turkey due to forced…
A study on the relationship between cultural adaptation and religious coping of refugee students [Mülteci öğrencilerin kültürel uyumlari ile dinî başa çikmalari arasindaki i˙lişki üzerine bir araştirma]
The aim of this study is to determine what kind of religious coping activities the refugee students forced to emigrate to Turkey due to the devastating reasons such as war and violation of rights apply in order to overcome their traumatic lives and the relationship be-tween the use of these religious coping activities and their adaptation to the culture they…
A word frequency study and refugee students in turkey [Bir sözcük sıklığı Çalışması ve türkiye’deki mülteci Öğrenciler]
Word frequency studies can be described as studies conducted to determine which words are used more frequently in written or verbal texts in a language. In this study, it was aimed to do a word frequency study on the 6th grade Turkish textbook for 2017. In this way, it was desired to determine word frequency for refugee students having education…
School counselors’ roles and responsibilities in cultural adaptation process of syrian refugee children [Suriyeli mülteci çocuklarin kültürel uyum sürecinde okul psikolojik danişmanlarina düşen rol ve sorumluluklar]
Turkey is the most welcoming country to Syrian refugees and currently it is believed that most of the Syrian refugees will permanently stay in Turkey. This condense migration experience should be considered comprehensively regarding health, accommodation, nourishment, work and education rights. Syrian refugee children and adolescents constitute the largest Syrian refugee population. Currently formal education is provided to some of…
Integrating asylum seekers and refugees into higher education in Europe: national policies and measures
What role did higher education play in addressing the refugee crisis? Many asylum seekers and refugees entering Europe in 2015 and 2016 were in the typical higher education age range and had been enrolled in university programmes in their home country. However, while continuing to study may be beneficial both for individuals and for host countries, integrating people who have…