ISTANBUL, February 4, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
At Britain's legendary Excel Hall, BETT Show hosted the leading institutions of the field of educational materials and technologies. Participating at the world's largest education technologies fair, the BETT (British Education Training and Technology) Show, with its t-MBA Education Model, Doğa Schools has received the "Most Innovative School at BETT Show" award from BETT Show Board Member Tansy Clark. The t-MBA Organization, which has also evolved into an international educational innovation network with its nearly 400 institutional members, also held the international t-MBA Project World 2013 competition award ceremony at the BETT show today.
Several members of the press from Turkey and the United Kingdom attended the award ceremony in London. More than 500 projects from 50 countries had entered the competition. Student Assemblies International Relations President Aybüke Ulutaş received Doğa Schools' USD 2,000 award on behalf of the winner of the third prize, Valentina Semerdzhieva (Bulgaria), from Doğa Schools Middle and High School Coordinator Ömer Suat Gündoğdu. The second prize of USD 3,000 was presented to Mal Kafafi and Jan Boddenberg (Germany) by t-MBA organization consultant and Brittanica International Business Development Director Lady Kennard, and the students' teacher Rudolf Keiser. Mal's family also came to London from Cairo to attend the award ceremony. The first prize was presented to James Yan (USA) by Doğa Schools Middle and High School Coordinator Ömer Suat Gündoğdu, and Promethean Vice General Director, Eastern Europe and Central Asia, Henk Brons.
BETT Show, which hosts more than 600 manufacturers and over 30,000 visitors every year, welcomed the leading institutions in the field of educational materials and technologies. The Doğa Schools, which attended the fair, held from 30 January to 2 February 2013 as the only k-12 educational institution, met the visitors at the booth D-282 in collaboration with its global partners Apple, Brittanica, Intel, Pearson, Vestel, Promethean, and VS.
Doğa Schools also made a show of force in educational innovation in London with its t-MBA (MBA for Teenagers) educational model, which is an adaptation of the university MBA programs for students at the high school level.
The name of international success: t-MBA
The t-MBA Education Model strives to train self-confident entrepreneurs and social leaders with advanced communication skills. The model was recently accredited by Britain's largest and world's most prestigious education accreditation institution, EdExcel.
In contrast to the other booths at the BETT Show, t-MBA students at the Doğa Schools' booth will also make presentations in the booths of global giants such as Intel and Pearson as well as their own booths. The t-GRADS (Great Communicators; Ready to lead the world; Active in technology; Determined to succeed; Self-confident) concept will also be presented at the BETT Show. A simulation depicting how students become t-GRADS through the t-MBA process will be exhibited at the fair where all presentations will be made by the Doğa Schools' students themselves.
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