girls in digital training centre
Children and youths have for long practiced football skills in Angaza. However, in the last three months, we have brought together 15 a young females and 13 young boys to develop their art skills through the digital learning centre. In learning about art, there are points where ideas about the child, art, and teaching meet, sometimes connecting, sometimes colliding, sometimes competing. We have beliefs that have shaped our ways of seeing the child, art, and teaching. Media can enhance our understanding of children and the art media themselves and how we can scaffold young children's learning within these media.
We asked the children and youth to construct any tall structure. None of the group made what they see in the slum instead they made Towers and tall structures. Commonly held images or constructions of the young child shape and inform all aspects of early childhood—policy, practice, institutions—as well as relationships between community and child, parent and child, and child and child.
According to one of the beneficiaries aged 16 years old, her group chose to make a beautiful digital Aerial. Our country is currently in the process of digital transformation, most of us don’t watch television anymore because they have been switched off. We as a group felt we could make the tallest digital aerial to help all Kenyans watch how terrorist affect the world without monthly payments for digital decoders. This was a great example that they are concerned about the current social trends in the country and they want to bring a solution. We believe through the digital learning centre that the girls be transformed to change agents in their communities and the country at large. We want to continue nurturing their talents and we thank you all for your continued support.
digital arial designed by the children