The project team: Prof. Dr Salih Zeki GENÇ, Prof Dr. Ahmet Evren Erginal, Assist. Prof Nergis Ramo Akgün, together with the youth workers Emine Merve Uslu and Assist. Prof Derya Girgin visited the children from the Special Education and Rehabilitation Center- Elit 17 in Çanakkale, this Saturday. They were noting the children's reaction to the software and also some of the changes that should be done while trying most of the exercises with children with Autism. The Piritechnology team Prof Dr. Muzafer Özdemir, Yahya Doğan, and İbrahim Tugay arranged all the technical support starting from the creation of the demo to all the needed equipment. They also noted some technical changes that will improve the implementation of all 12 categories of psychomotor reeducation exercises.
We were all very glad to see the children's positive reaction to the software characters and their willingness to continue making the exercises. They were very happy and they all said they would love to have this kind of 'games' in their school. This is going to be our motivation for continuous improvement of the software in the future.
The Turkish teams will continue trying the software in the next period with other children with Autism from the Elit 17 Center for Special Education and Rehabilitation, thanks to the Centers Principle Şenol Gül who was happy to take part in our project and help us try all the exercises, the Macedonian team will also start trying the demo next week and unfortunately the Bulgarian team is not able to start with demo examination because they will be in lockdown the next 2 weeks due to covid-19.
NEWS ABOUT THE PROJECT
- Third Project Meeting (05.02.2021)
- Second Project Meeting (08.01.2021)
- First project meeting (19.12.2020)
- Introducing Our Project at ÇOMÜ
- Our Project in Bulgaria News
- Canakkale News Newspaper Introduces Our Project
- Presentation of our project by Canakkale Web News
- News of the University in Macedonia.... on the last page
- Youth workers activities have started
- Macedonian team meeting
- The Turkish teams started trying the demo of the software on children with Autism