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
Empower 450 Vulnerable Children & Families
Empower 450 Vulnerable Children & Families

Project Report | Nov 13, 2023
Review of our activities in schools.

By Michael Rabot | Project Leader

Artistic event in school.
Artistic event in school.

Throughout 2023, children who participated in the artistic workshops have truly embraced learning and flourishing. The children who participated for the first time demonstrated important interest in responsibility. They showed an understanding of the significance of following rules and respecting responsibilities in a creative space. During discussions on various topics, they displayed considerable development in their ability to articulate themselves positively, encouraging their peers to wait their turn before speaking.

For those who already experimented our activities last year; they delved into the concept of values within the artistic workshop and successfully connected the dots between responsibility and values. This allowed them to discover that responsibility extends beyond their home lives and into their creative activities. They demonstrated significant development in their reflection and the ability to link lessons about responsibility to broader values.

The children exhibited remarkable engagement in the creative space, easily immersing themselves in enjoyable and profound thematic sessions. This directed them to conduct research and share their ideas on what they observed around them. Concepts such as listening, visualizing, touching, and smelling became integral components that enriched their senses. Sharing their observations with peers led to enriching discussions that were both inspiring and reflective.

During this creative space, the children readily shared their ideas, and their artistic works reflected a deep creativity. They demonstrated the ability to delve into profound reasoning and bring their ideas to life through innovative colors and forms.

Overall, in 2023, the children were highly motivated to participate in the artistic workshop, showcasing an inspiring level of involvement. They easily conveyed their ideas and shared their accomplishments with their peers. For their pedagogical outing at 'Le Jardin Colibri', they developed ideas on how they wanted to explore and discover new concepts. They provided input on how they intended to organize a Mini Expo, showcasing their artistic works and the emerging ideas from their choices.

In summary, it can be affirmed that the children greatly benefited from their participation in the artistic workshop. They discovered responsibility, values, and showcased creativity and involvement that will continue to inspire us in the coming years.

 

Class photo for our last intervention
Class photo for our last intervention
Children preparing a gift for their friends.
Children preparing a gift for their friends.
Art workshops with grade 3 children
Art workshops with grade 3 children

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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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