One of the operations conducted with the aim to increase the quality of the primary education aims inclusion of the information technologies in the primary education curriculum.
The following goals are aimed with respect to integration of information technologies into the primary education curriculum:
To improve the cooperation among the community, school, teachers and students using the information technologies;
To support the learning environments with educational software, electronic reference sources, application software and educational games, to increase the quality of education;
To integrate the information technology tools into the learning environments from the first grade to the 8th grade of the primary education;
To provide each student with the opportunity to access all kinds of state-of-the-art information technology devices (information sources) during their education;
To provide all students with the skills to use the correct information technology device at the correct time and place;
To provide all students with the skills to access information, solve problems, process and present information using the information technology devices, and to teach them how to use the information technology devices in their daily lives;
To enable students to gain the skill to learn themselves actively, without having to study at passive learning environments;
To enable student to gain the skills to use the Internet, drawing software, word processors, electronic spreadsheets, and presentation software as utilities in their learning processes;
To enable teachers to use computers to prepare their instructional plans, apply lessons, develop measurement and evaluation tools, to score performance of students, prepare educational materials and to improve their personal skills;
To enable school management to simplify the administrative processes and making them more effective using databases, word processors, presentation software, etc.;
To establish the “Management Information System”.
2.022 School Project in 2007:
Information Technology Laboratories (Information Technology Classrooms) were successfully established at total of 2.022 schools of the Ministry of National Education in the Western Black Sea Region. Total of 15 student computers and 1 teacher computer, printer, scanner, projectors, power and data cabling infrastructure and furniture were supplied to each school within the scope of the project.
17.261 School Project in 2008:
Information Technology Laboratories were successfully established at total of 17.261 schools of the Ministry of National Education in the Marmara and Western Black Sea Regions. Total of 15 student computers and 1 teacher computer, printer, scanner, projectors, power and data cabling infrastructure and furniture were supplied to each school within the scope of the project.