Empower 450 Vulnerable Children & Families

by Terrain for Interactive Pedagogy through Arts
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Empower 450 Vulnerable Children & Families
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Empower 450 Vulnerable Children & Families
Empower 450 Vulnerable Children & Families
Empower 450 Vulnerable Children & Families
Empower 450 Vulnerable Children & Families
Empower 450 Vulnerable Children & Families
Empower 450 Vulnerable Children & Families
Empower 450 Vulnerable Children & Families
Empower 450 Vulnerable Children & Families
Empower 450 Vulnerable Children & Families
Empower 450 Vulnerable Children & Families
Empower 450 Vulnerable Children & Families
Empower 450 Vulnerable Children & Families
Empower 450 Vulnerable Children & Families
Empower 450 Vulnerable Children & Families
Empower 450 Vulnerable Children & Families
Empower 450 Vulnerable Children & Families
Empower 450 Vulnerable Children & Families

Project Report | Mar 27, 2023
Collaborations between actors have strengthened.

By Michael Rabot | Project Leader

Art workshops with grade 5 children
Art workshops with grade 5 children

This beginning of the year marks our resumption in ZEP schools; our fifteenth year and in order not to change a formula that works, we began our collaboration with teachers through planning sessions. 

 

In addition to the three schools where we intervened, 2023 also marks our entry into 2 new schools. For the latter two, we looked at the classes and the teacher’s approach to see what his needs would be. TIPA facilitators did a presentation activity and we got positive feedback. The rainy days when the schools were closed allowed us to update our programme and finalise our activities for the coming months. 

 

Over the next few days, we will be preparing a workshop with psychologists and social workers from ZEP schools. The head master of one of the schools suggested that TIPA set a date for the workshop and invite teachers, psychologists and the social worker to the meeting. The goal of the workshop is for all stakeholders to work together to improve the monitoring of children in difficulty by providing more tools and support to teachers in their work.

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Nov 30, 2022
A platform to experiment artistic techniques.

By Michael Rabot | Project Leader

Aug 2, 2022
A pedagogical trip filled with benefits.

By Michael Rabot | Project Leader

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Terrain for Interactive Pedagogy through Arts

Location: Moka - Mauritius
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Project Leader:
Michael Rabot
Moka , Mauritius

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