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How We Organize Ourselves

17 May 2018

Going beyond the school boundaries and meeting experts from outside the school make learning more interesting and more effective. Under the theme “How We Organize Ourselves”, KGIII learners had to investigate about different methods of transportation and their purpose, the tools that facilitate transportation, and the suitability of specific methods to meet particular needs. For that purpose, we invited a captain, who is at the same time a father of one of the KGIII learners, who shared his experiences in sailing the ship in the sea. Learners were so motivated to gain new information by listening attentively and asking effective questions. Furthermore, a member of the Internal Security Forces, who is also the father of one of the KGIII learners, visited our school to present mini workshops about the safety procedures that KGIII learners need to inquire about and practice while moving on the road. Learners were actively engaged in the activities prepared, and they shared their prior knowledge about road safety and gained new and sufficient information about it through interactive presentations, videos and games. In addition to inviting guest speakers to the school, learners went out on a field trip to Kids Mondo. All through the way there, learners were either asking about new things they see or criticizing what they see. For example, when some of the learners noticed the speed limit sign, they observed the speedometer and gave a thumb up for the bus driver for following the assigned speed. Therefore, learning in such a rich environment leads learners to take action.

Monifeh Baba - KG3 Homeroom teacher