Within the scope of Mother University established by Bayburt University Women and Family Issues Research and Application Center, the second group of participants have finally completed their education and graduated.
Aiming to help mothers, who have not had the university experience before, to know and develop themselves and to educate their children more consciously, to ensure their participation in social life more, to improve their relationship with the Bayburt University, the second group of participants also successfully completed their training within the scope of the 'Mother University' activities established by Bayburt University Women and Family Issues Research and Application Center.
Within the scope of Mother University activities, the trainings, which were held on 18-29 May 2020 with the participation of 15 trainees, were carried out by distance learning within the framework of the measures taken against the coronavirus epidemic.
The subjects in the trainings for the second group participants of Mother University were determined by taking the COVID-19 pandemic measures into consideration. “Family Economy and Resource Methods, Hereditary Diseases, Communication with Children in the Period of Pandemic, The Importance of Microbiota in Disease and Health, Stress and Methods of Coping With Stress, Sufficiency and Submission, Disease Factors and Combat Methods, Healthy Nutrition, Distance Education Application Linked to Pandemic and Family Values System Establishment, First Aid”. trainings were given by Bayburt University academic staff to the participants for two weeks.