One of the popular development areas of technology in the next century, the interest in robotic technology is increasing day byday in our countries. Within this framework, the spectrum of robotics technologies is increasing. One of these areas isundoubtedly education. The competence of the staff in teaching robotic technologies is the most important deficiency in thisfield.
The introduction, teaching and development of this technology to our students will be possible through the training ofqualified and experienced teachers who have gained competence in this field. To eliminate the lack of knowledge and awareness of the teachers of our schools in this field, one of the primary fields of study of the next century is to learn the robotic technologies and coding which is one of the working areas in the foreground. While developing the skills by adapting ourselves to the new learning areas as institutions, maintaining the balance between the need for change and our past values, developing the skills of teachers and students in the field of intercultural education and encouraging the development of awareness for different cultures are the basic principles we have adopted in the of Europeanization. Taking the priniple of equal use of opportunities, it is important for our students to realize that they are individuals who can express themselves and know what they want in contemporary conditions such as their European peers. In this sense, it is expected that the teachers working in the schools of our partners should be aware of the current education practices, adopt the process of Europeanization, recognize the education system in Europe and compare them with their education systems and obtain positive learning outcomes for themselves and be the role models that can use technology effectively for their students.
Our project will contribute significantly to the future strategic development of our institutions, to be able to use technological activities effectively in education processes, to have education personnel who include technology toeducational processes and to share their experiences as guiding the other education personnel and institutions in their countries through this project. Our project consists of 5 LTT activities. In each of the LTT activities, the teachers of our partner institutions will work on different applications (Lego Ev3, Scratch, Mblok, Arduino, Mobile apss) and on coding with sets. As a result of these studies, technical-digital skills development, analysis and data collection for 80% of the participants; 80% is expected to develop language skills, 100% will have critical thinking and active citizenship levels, and 70% will develop analytical and research skills. Teachers will integrate the outcomes of these studies into their curriculum. They will also set an example for other schools, institutions and stakeholders with local activities.