During this period when education has started with the new normal, Kültür College has became one of the choosen 100 schools that will share their best practice with the world at the world's largest online education conference, International World Education Week, which will be held between the 5th and 9th of October.
T4, a Denmark-based non-governmental organization, organizes the world's largest education conference with thirty non-governmental organizations from all over the world. Among the global supporters is the Teachers Academy Foundation (ÖRAV). In this conference to be held within the scope of the World Education Week celebrated between 5th and 9th October; Kültür College has been chosen as one of the 100 schools in the world that adapts to the challenges and strives for excellence and adaptation.
At the world's largest online education conference, where more than 100,000 attendance is expected worldwide, Kültür College will share examples of good practice that inspires future learners.
The schools selected for the conference, organized under the leadership of Vikas Pota, who has a respected place in the field of education, stand out with their different expertise in education in order to support the Quality Education, which is among the Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations.
Kültür College was evaluated within the framework of criteria such as improving learnability and life skills, increasing family and learning participation in education, using technology, focusing on well-being and encouraging the science of learning and teaching.