How to apply for e-Course? Here is the 2021 support and training course application screen


The EBA E-Course Support and Training Course (DYK) 2021 application screen has been opened to the access of students and parents. Courses to be opened; It will be limited to certain courses for 7th, 8th, 11th and 12th grades and graduates of formal and open secondary education institutions. So, how to apply for E-Course? Here is the 2021 support and training course application screen.

HOW LONG IS THE DYK E-COURSE APPLICATION MADE?

Receiving student applications for DYK E-COURSE application: It will take place between 23-29 June 2021.

Creation of course classes: 30 June-04 July 2021,

Courses start: 05 July 2021,

Completion of the courses: It will be on August 27, 2021.

HOW TO APPLY EBA DYK E-COURSE?

To courses; Within the scope of public and private formal education institutions, students enrolled in secondary school, imam hatip secondary school and secondary education institutions, including the students specified in the fourth paragraph of Article 32 of the Regulation on Preschool Education and Primary Education Institutions of the Ministry of National Education, and special education secondary school / special education class in which general primary education program is applied, special education class in which general secondary education program is applied. from the students of education schools and special education schools where vocational and technical secondary education programs are applied; 7th, 8th, 11th and 12th grade students and graduates of formal and open secondary education institutions can apply.

Students attending official formal education institutions and private education institutions can apply from the e-Course Module to one of the course centers within the borders of the district where they are registered or their address of residence. In summer semester courses, students can attend the course outside the borders of the province/district where their school is located.

Students who attend official formal education institutions and private education institutions apply for courses through the e-Course Module with their e-School information or using e-Government login.

Students attending open education schools can log in to the e-Course Module via e-Government or apply for a course with their open school username and password.

Trainees can log in to the e-Course Module via e-Government or apply for a course with the passwords that the e-Course Module automatically creates for them.

Students/trainees apply by choosing among the courses determined by the course center and the teachers requesting the course.

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Courses are planned as annual and summer terms. It is essential that the annual planned courses start in the last week of September, and the summer semester courses start in the first week of July. Annual courses continue until the end of the academic year. However, there are no courses during the mid-term holidays except the semester break. In cases such as epidemics, natural disasters, unfavorable weather conditions and similar situations affecting the general life of the district, province or country, these periods may be changed by the Ministry or local administrative authorities.

Annual courses; Summer courses to be held in the last week of September for 7th, 8th, 11th and 12th grade students and graduates of formal and open secondary education institutions; It is planned to start in the first week of July for 12th grade students and graduates of formal and open secondary education institutions.

The start and end dates of the courses are applied as stated in the business calendar. Summer term courses can be opened by the course centers by determining the start and end dates, provided that the date range specified in the business calendar is adhered to.

Your courses; It is essential to do it on weekdays outside of class hours in primary education institutions and on Saturdays and Sundays in secondary education institutions. However, if needed, the courses can continue on Saturdays and Sundays in primary education institutions, and up to 22:00 on weekdays in secondary education institutions, and also during the semester break. The duration of one lesson hour in the courses is 40 minutes.

Course hours, which are programmed according to course periods, are planned to be not less than 2 hours and not more than 8 hours per course day, within the possibilities of the course center. It is essential that the lessons are taught separately as 40 minutes each. However, due to the negativities that may be experienced on issues such as transportation, security, climate, lessons can be held in blocks. These courses in primary education institutions; It is planned to be no more than 3 hours on weekdays, 8 hours on weekends, and no more than 2 hours on the same course in a day. So, where and how to apply for DYK E-Course? Here is the detailed information about the course application.


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