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Critical Thinking Skills II
(Synchronous and Asynchronous)

Program Objectives

Our program aims to focus on critical thinking which can be described as thinking about thinking fundamentally, and to help participants recognize, deepen, and experience the skills of this thinking style. The goal is to understand what critical thinking skills are among the 21st-century skills and how they can be used in daily life, as well as how to support students' critical thinking skills.


To achieve the goals and objectives of our program, there is a high expectation for active participation in synchronous sessions along with completing the work expected from participants in asynchronous content.


Participants who successfully complete the program can view the MEB Seminar Certificate digitally on their personal MEBBIS pages.

Who Can Apply?

All teachers working in state schools affiliated with the Ministry of National Education can apply for the program. 

Program Topics

  • Why Critical Thinking?

  • Critical Thinking

  • Tendencies and Obstacles to Critical Thinking

  • Tools of Critical Thinking

  • Critical Thinking Skills

  • Methods, Techniques, and Thinking Routines that Support Critical Thinking 

Duration and Schedule


Synchronous: Real-time sessions that require participation online at a specified time.

Asynchronous: Sessions that can be completed at any time during the program, depending on the participant's availability.


  • Applications are received through the Ministry of National Education Information Systems (MEBBIS):

  • This program may be present in MEBBIS in multiple groups simultaneously and with different activity numbers. Upon entering the page to apply, it would be helpful to check the specified quota and application numbers. If the quota has been filled, applying to different groups planned for the same date with different activity numbers will facilitate participation in the training.

Participation Certificate

Participants who complete the asynchronous content on time and attend all synchronous sessions can access the MEB Seminar Certificate digitally on their personal MEBBIS pages.


Learning Platform

The education will be held through the Teachers Academy Foundation's e-learning platform eKampüs at


For questions and requests, you can send an email to

This program was designed with ORAV's own resources and made available to you.

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