As an Education and Mentoring unit, these are programs aimed at children who have entered the educational level or are outside the educational system for various reasons. In this context bringing elementary school, middle school, and high school-age children to the same level as their peers academically, performing workshops to minimize the negative effects of the language barrier, improving their communication skills and social cohesion activities make it easier for them to adapt to the school environment and family-friendly awareness-raising activities are carried out.

Education and Mentoring Unit Working Method

Assisting students with projects, performances, and routine assignments

Ensuring that the topics that are not fully understood at school will be repeated

Helping students prepare for exams during the semester

Preparing the student for the next level of education

Help them to gain the habit of working efficiently and programmed

Providing academic support in workshops which creates environments about daily life and use those experiences

Ensuring the development of a sense of belonging among students by eliminating exclusion through social adaptation activities

Workshop Fields:

Students who cannot access EBA and online courses benefit from the EBA support point created at ÇOGEM.

Due to the pandemic, face-to-face activities have been transferred to the online environment.

MORPA campus platform has been launched in order to motivate, follow-up, and measure the evaluation of students who are willing and successful

An exam preparation course program was created for 8th-grade students.

Providing Turkish reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills to refugee and asylum-seeking students who are going to school/out of school, and providing high-level Turkish support to students who know Turkish. To provide language teaching that will facilitate the adaptation of children with language problems to the classroom environment.

Teaching/reminding students who do not know/are on the verge of forgetting their native language with Arabic education.

To provide basic mathematics and analytical thinking skills to refugee and asylum-seeking students who are going to school/ out of school

To understand the interplay between science, technology, society, and the environment. To gain a research and thinking habit based on experimental criteria, logical thinking, and continuous questioning.

In order to contribute to the emotional development of children by creating a safe environment where they can express themselves and establish relationships with their psycho-social, cognitive, and language development, a theater group consisting of 20 Turkish and 20 Syrian students and a music choir were formed in the district of Sultanbeyli.

Students are offered Painting, Clay, Marbling, etc. to instill in them a taste for art by organizing activities. Talented students are supported in their development in the field of art by providing extra courses.

Children are given the ability to practice algorithm-building logic with basic coding training and express their creativity using technology.

(Computers, 3D printer, Projection, educational robot, Breadboard, LED, electrical circuit parts)

To carry out activities that improve the physical and social aspects of students outside the classroom environment. (Table tennis, Pinball, Chess, Boardgames)


Education and Mentoring Unit Reports