Friday, July 24, 2009
Thursday, July 23, 2009
The role of what to do has been proven not to be inborn. This is how Red Rose, a school in Kibera may just be in position to explain how meaningful exchange of teaching skills profits. From Brian to Steve (41), to Sarah and all, teachers could not but sit back and be shown how “it works in
The visitors stormed the learning cubicles in maze and style. At first I thought it would be difficult to entrust all the lessons to them, I speculated wrong. From Mathematics to English to Social Studies and Religious Education, no subject was left unattended.
I am in class with teacher Steve. I am explaining to students the elements of population. I hit rocks as students ask about world census and info on some countries. The lesson ends with meager satisfaction. Teacher Steve approaches me with a better approach, letting the net do the work for me. He directs me to websites that I could download info anytime on any country’s population and related topics thereof. We also agree on showing the students how to goggle for the same and make use of blog to speak their mind. We make it practical by sending them to the computer lab.
The visitors brought gifts that were distributed to kids. Clothes, shoes, stationery and so on. Each and every child received something to cheer their heart. There was also a trip to Shedric, Giraffe centre and
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