THE OPPORTUNITES AND CHALLENGES OF CURRICULUM LOCALIZATION FOR THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS: RESULTS OF THE GLOBAL SCHOOLS PILOT STUDY IN TURKEY

Nese Soysal, Burtay Ince, Secil Dayioglu Ocal, Aylin Albayrak Sari, Abdullah Bagci

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Abstract

The project was implemented over an 18 month period across 6 separate phases, which included an analysis of educational policies and laws; a comprehensive K-12 curriculum audit; the creation of a national
committee comprised of the key education stakeholders; adaptation and creation of lesson plans and
contents; and fnally an evaluation of the lesson plans in classrooms using a range of research methods
and technique. The instructions for each phase were provided by Global Schools, with Country Teams
given the opportunity to adapt their approaches based on local circumstances and priorities. Therefore,
the views, data, and analysis outlined in this report belong solely to the authors and their respective team
of contributors.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationGLOBAL SCHOOLS PROGRAM
EditorsMustafa Ozturk
PublisherUNESCO
Pages1-65
Number of pages65
Publication statusPublished - 11 Jul 2021

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