With the participation of undergraduate students from twelve different disciplines, Yaklaş Nişantepe Collective Thinking Workshops were organized under four main topics (garbage, flower, food, children) determined during the Nişantepe walks. With these workshops, it was aimed for the mixed disciplinary teams to discuss the Nişantepe District with all its layers and to experience the collective thought systematics.
The workshops attended by students from twelve different departments, various administrative staff and academicians were facilitated by the Sustainability Platform employees and Özyeğin University faculty members.The workshops started with the opening speech of Özlem Bahadır and Okan Pala from the Sustainability Platform, in which they mentioned the previous stages of the Yaklaş Nişantepe process and the importance of collective thought awareness. In the first session of the workshops that was held in two sessions, in-group discussion topics were determined and the idea generation process started. In the second session, these ideas were presented and information exchange took place within the group. At the end of the day, two speakers were selected from each workshop, and these speakers came to the podium one by one and conveyed their ideas to the audience.
Garbage Workshop Facilitators :
Hikmet Taşdemir | HSE
Ebru Tekin Bilbil | School of Applied Sciences
Özlem Bahadır Karaoğlu | Sustainability Platform
Doğa Çakmakçı | Sustainability Platform
Flower Workshop Facilitators :
Okan Pala | Sustainability Platform
Damla Durak Uşar | Sustainability Platform
Ceyda Nur Tahan | Sustainability Platform
Gülbahar Coşkun | OpenFAB
Children's Workshop Facilitators :
Nevşet Gül Çanakçıoğlu | Faculty of Architecture and Design
Pelin Günay | PhD in Design, Technology and Society
Barış Çakmakçı | Sustainability Platform
Food Workshop Facilitators :
Candan Türkkan | School of Applied Sciences
Murat Bayramoğlu | Sustainability Platform
Ercan Mutlu | Architect, OzU Alumni Association
Sena Özgürcan | Sustainability Platform
Frequently Asked Questions _ Collective Thinking Workshops
Workshop applications are open to everyone from all disciplines.4 different workshops will be held with 12 participants and 48 people in total.
Why collective thinking workshops?
Studies on solving multi-layered problems require a collective and layered work from different disciplines. We will discuss the Nişantepe District, which we started to get to know more closely after the walks, within the framework of problems, responsibilities and possibilities.
Why these four titles?
During the Talks and Walks, which were the previous stages of the Yaklaş_Nişantepe project, the prominent themes of horses, flowers, children and garbage were observed and discussed so these topics were chosen as the workshop themes.