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ITTES 2021 - The Scope of the Symposium



The aim of the 8th International Educational Technology and Teacher Education Symposium is to provide knowledge and experience that will contribute to the field within the framework of the topics of teaching technologies and teacher education with the participation of academicians, teachers and all relevant scientists in general. In addition to this, in ITTES-2021 different from the previous symposium, it is aimed to produce original books by expanding the papers selected by the scientific board with the works to be conducted under the guidance of the field editors in the sub-themes to be determined. The topics to be discussed in the symposium are expected to be in the fields of Computer Education and Instructional Technology, Educational Sciences, Science and Mathematics Education, Preschool Education, Special Education, Turkish and Social Sciences Education, Basic Education and Foreign Language Education in the context of information technologies and teacher education. In this context, the topics to be discussed within the scope of the symposium can be listed as follows:
 
• 21st Century Skills
• Open and Distance Education
• Information Technology and Education
• Teaching Computer Coding
• Teaching Robotic Coding
• Multimedia Design and Applications
• Teacher Training Practices in the Digital Age
• Professional Development, Innovation and Change in the Digital Age
• Emerging Technologies
• STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) Education
• Instructional Technologies and Applications
• 21st Century Out-of-School Learning Environments and Applications
• Game Based Learning, Gamification
• Instructional Design Practices in the Digital Age
• Teaching Technology Research Trends and Problems
• Virtual Learning Environments and Applications
• Artificial Intelligence Applications in Education
• Augmented Reality Applications
• Human Computer Interaction
• Assessment and Evaluation in Education
• Technology Integration in Education, Models and Applications
• Digital Learning
• Digital Literacy Practices and Good Practices
• IT Ethics in the Digital Age
• Mobile Learning
• Special Education and Technology
• Social Networks and Learning
• Lifelong Learning
• Education Management and Administration
• Good Practices for Teachers
• Rural Youth NEET and Education