Mustafa Erdogan; experiential learning specialist, trainer, youth worker, founder of DeM Experiential Training Center in Turkey and has more than 10 years of experience in the field of civil society. He has a bachelor's degree in Comparative Literature and a masters degree in NGO Management & Social Projects. He completed Experiential Learning Certification Program of USA Institute for Experiential Learning delivered by David Kolb, Alice Kolb, Kay Peterson and Chris Kayes held by USA Institute for Experiential Learning. Mr. Erdogan, who has been working as a trainer and program designer in numerous training projects in Turkey, Europe and MENA regions, has expertise on Learning Management, NGO Management and Experiential Learning Design. He has been working as a trainer in pool of Turkish National Agency since 2006. He is one of the founders of IELN International Experiential Learning Network and his works are mainly focused on Experiential Learning and Critical Pedagogy.
Turkish (Mother Tongue)
Masters: NGO Management & Social Projects
Bachelor: Comparative Literature (Turkish, English, German)
Experiential Learning Certification Program
Institute for Experiential Learning (USA)
David Kolb, Alice Kolb, Kay Peterson, Chris Kayes
Life Long Learning Training for Trainers
April 2012 - Ankara
Turkish National Agency
Training of Trainers
April 2007 - Austria - January 2008 - Turkey
SALTO, Turkish, German, Austrian National Agencies
Advanced Training on Youth Exchanges
November 2006 - Paris, France
SALTO, French National Agency
EU Youth Program - Training of Trainers
April 2006 - Ankara
Turkish National Agency
Analyzing the Content and Methodology of Turkish National Agency’s Training of Trainers Programs According to Experiential Learning Theory
İstanbul Bilgi University – 2019
Editor & Author of the Book:
Experiential Pedagogy of the Oppressed - 2017
Theoretical and Practical Synthesis of Experiential Learning Theory of David Kolb and Pedagogy of the Oppressed of Paulo Freire.
Co-Author of the Book:
Training Manual - Effective Trainings for Basketball Referees - 2017 A training manual for basketball referee education. I contributed to the sections of Adult Education and Experiential Learning
10-14, 15-24, 25-49
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