Our new educative contents are broadcasted for students!

The current pandemic that we have been going through worldwide has also affected education services as well as all sectors, thereby moving face-to-face education processes into digital environments. Many institutions and organizations, especially the Ministry of National Education, have made great efforts to maintain the continuity of education and training through digital channels and continue to do so.

As Maya Foundation, we see it as our duty to support the Ministry of National Education (MoNE) in this educational mobilization by providing content for children and increasing teachers’ access rich content tools in combating trauma and peer bullying, which are our areas of expertise. With this approach, we consider the pandemic we are experiencing today as a social trauma that affects all segments of the society, and by putting the child at our center, we carry out a series of content studies to support teachers who have the most contact with children in the field of education. We are developing both a video content that can be used in MoNE’s digital educational portal EBA (Education Information Network) to support teachers, one of the most important actors who are in direct contact with children and take care of their well-being, and activity books for children and teachers. We paid special attention to use sign language in our videos in order to increase the accessibility of our content and to include children with special needs. We have published our work “Once I Was Very Very Scared”, the first of the content prepared within this scope, to all users on EBA. Within this scope, we have shared the book “Once I Was Very Very Scared” which we translated into Turkish and Arabic, as our first content for all users on EBA. Click to view the content we have prepared in Turkish and Arabic. 

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