Name of the activity: Sharing is Caring
Program: Ethics and Human Rights in Health
Contact information: contact [email protected] to get in touch with the Activity Coordinator
Type of the activity: Continuous Activity
Category: Capacity Building
Focus area: Rights of a child, including non-discrimination, non-violence, access to education and health care.
Sustainable Development Goals addressed: SDG 4 (Quality Education)
Children living in marginalized areas in Morocco don’t have access to quality education, they are often neglected by their teachers and the curriculum is not designed to tackle the specific issues they are dealing with. Therefore, medical students designed a special curriculum and teaching materials to help them improve, do better at school and catch up with their peers.
- General population
Goal : ensure optimal and perfect learning of the French language for children from a social class that has long been marginalized according to a carefully established curriculum
-Teach alphabets at least 86% of students from 6 to 8 years.
-Teach alphabets to all students from 8 to 10 years.
-Teach at least 80% of students how to read words and then whole sentences.
-Promote basic communication tools.
-Teacch 75% of students how to write whole sentences after about 60% of the classes.
-Teach 65% of students how to write short stories by the end of the year.
Indicators of Success:
-Advancement of the level of 90% of the students.
-Almost all students above 8 years can write words.
-95% of the students from 6 to years have assimilated alphabets.
-The students interact more and more after each class.
-Receiving thank you notes from their teachers for their progress.
1/ Preparing the teaching materials and evaluation progress
Every week, a team of “Thinkers” get together, propose, discuss and prepare content and teaching activities (songs, theater, games, competitions…).
At the same time, they revise the students’ books, their homeworks, their test copies and evaluate the work, the pace of the classes and the needs of each student.
Every thursday from 4PM to 7PM, about 10 SCORPions head to the OUM KELTOUM complex to give classes, share their knowledge according to the program the “Thinkers” made and fill these childrens’ hearts with joy and love through fun activities and warm giving.
Plans for evaluation:
At the end of each class a mini evaluation is done for the students and then after 4 classes they take a test.
We also ask feedback from their teachers about their progress.
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