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  • Publication
    Bir Protesto Hareketi Olarak Eko-Köyler
    (2013) DOSTOĞLU, NESLİHAN; 110251
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    TOKİ Konutlarında Kullanıcı Memnuniyeti Fırsatlar ve Sorumluluklar
    (2010) Gür, Miray; DOSTOĞLU, NESLİHAN; 157302; 110251
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    Urban Transformation and Quality of Life in Bursa Doğanbey
    (2016) Gür, Miray; DOSTOĞLU, NESLİHAN; 157302; 110251
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    Evaluation of Kindergarten Group Rooms in the Context of Size Children and Teacher's Perspective in Turkey
    (2014) Şahin, Belkıs Ece; DOSTOĞLU, NESLİHAN; 157298; 110251
    Physical qualifications of group rooms are highly important in terms of child development during preschool education. First of all, the required space should be provided in order to create ideal conditions in a group room. The standards of the required space for a child in group rooms vary among countries. It is stated that in Turkey minimum 1.5 m2 space per child in group rooms is enough. This paper studies whether this standard rate, which is stated as insufficient according to various studies, is seen enough by the users; hence, 30 children and their teachers from three different kindergartens were interviewed. It is seen that the standards in Turkey which are considered as sufficient are actually not enough according to the comments of children and teachers. The purpose of this study is to present an example constructed on the idea that the standards should be defined according to the experiences of users, so to be able to reach the right solutions which meet the needs of users.
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    Independent Atelier Model: Supporting Preschool Education and Functional Requirements
    (2016-12) Şahin, Belkıs Ece; DOSTOĞLU, NESLİHAN; 157298; 110251
    Independent atelier model is defined in a doctoral dissertation, where the potential of an independent education environment is analyzed for equality in preschool education, completed by B. Ece Şahin at Uludağ University Department of Architecture, under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Neslihan Dostoğlu. Ateliers are described as small education places in city or natural environment where students can be attend different activities. Regard with the problem of not all children have the same educational opportunities in preschool education due to economic inadequacies, the model is accepted a solution which supporting the education in a short term. In this study, the assessments on ateliers’s functions are presented. It was interviewed with 30 children of age 5, their parents and teachers, in three public kindergartens in Bursa. These interviews have indicated that nine different functions which are ranch, science-nature, food growing- kitchen, drama, music-dance, art, technology, healthy living, making wooden toys for ateliers. These functions should consider important for meeting the requirements of education program in new education building’s designs.
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    Changing Identities in Public Open Spaces: Republican Square of Bursa
    (2013) Polat, Sibel; DOSTOĞLU, NESLİHAN; 55253; 110251
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    Changeable Designs in Preschool Education Environments: Supporting Sensory Development and Creativity
    (2016) Şahin, Belkıs Ece; DOSTOĞLU, NESLİHAN; 157298; 110251
    Preschool education has special importance in the development processes of children at 3-6 age, which is the period when the foundations of individual development are established. In this period, the development of children is supported by education and appropriate environmental conditions, and in this context, the quality of the physical environment has great significance in education process. Today, the development of creative thinking of individuals is considered as one of the conditions which improve the standards of societies. Since creative thinking is significantly developed and formed in preschool period, the improvement of children's creativity is considered as one of the objectives of preschool education. In this context, proposes a design approach taking changeability as its basis to support creative thinking of children in preschool environments. This paper is based on the findings of a doctorate thesis, integrating preschool education and architecture, completed by ”. Ece Şahin at Uludağ University Department of “rchitecture, under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Neslihan Dostoğlu. The research was carried out with 30 children of age 5 in three public kindergartens in Bursa. Methods used in the study can be described as; discussions through the images of changeable toys, watching a movie about changeability, drawing a desired classroom and discussions held during a computer game where the action of change is experienced. In the research, it has been observed that changeable designs, support mental activity by stimulating feelings, encourage to think differently and to propose new ideas. Changeable designs can be consider as the products of design which trigger imagination. In this context, changeability can evaluate a parameter in designing education environments in order to support creativity in preschool years.
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    Urban Regeneration: Reasons, Projects, Expectations
    (“Cities: Grand Bazaar of Architectures” Book of Abstracts, 2005) Polat, Sibel; DOSTOĞLU, NESLİHAN; 55253; 110251