What Are the Curriculum Implementation Difficulties by Teachers of Syrian Students?

  •  Durmuş Ziya Görür    
  •  Mustafa Cem Babadoğan    


In recent years, the rapidly increasing number of Syrian students started to be trained in public schools affiliated with the Ministry of National Education (MoNE) raises various problems. Syrian students who are included in the same class as Turkish students without a specific preparation process both have difficulties themselves and causes various discipline problems to all stakeholders such as teachers, parents, administrators and especially Turkish students. In this study, the difficulties experienced by teachers who teach Syrian students at the primary education level are examined in terms of their curriculum. As the curriculum is the most important guide that draws the boundaries of the instruction process and determines how the process should be, and teachers act as an important bridge in the realization of the curriculum in the classroom environment; the difficulties teachers experienced in the implementation of the curriculum will provide important information about the reality of education and give ideas about the arrangements that should be made in the curriculum, if any, or the need for a new curriculum.

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