Minister Özer, in his written statement, stated that the mobile application was prepared by taking into consideration the digital learning tendencies and usage habits of high school students.
Emphasizing that they will continue to support all students, especially those affected by the earthquake, Özer said, “Because education is the key to overcoming any difficulties.”
Özer said, “The application, which was prepared for high school students to reinforce the subjects they learned in the 1st semester lessons of the 2022-2023 academic year, and to eliminate any learning losses or incomplete learning, was offered free of charge on the Google Play Store and AppStore. Subject summaries, lecture videos and question examples are available. The mobile application he bought was designed to be used both online and offline, and was made to work in the web environment.
“The application was created in 4 parts”
Turkish language and literature, history, geography, philosophy, mathematics, physics, chemistry, biology and English courses in the mobile application covering the units, subjects and achievements of the 1st semester of the 2022-2023 academic year, subject summaries and multiple choice questions are prepared after each subject summary. Özer said:
“The content is subject-based and formatted in pdf format and enriched with small notes such as ‘Critical information, do you know?’, ‘it’s your turn’, ‘misconception’, ‘homework’ at each grade level. ‘lecture videos’, ‘multiple choice questions’ and ‘questions I solved.’ The application consists of 117 topics, 136 videos and 585 questions in grades 9, 103 topics, 165 videos and 515 questions in grades 10. It was created with 134 topics, 198 videos and 670 questions in grade 11, and 103 topics, 150 videos and 520 questions in grade 12, with a total of 457 topics, 649 videos and 2 thousand 290 questions.