Posted on March 31, 2016 filed under Project Wadi Attir
This quarter at PWA, we’ve hosted programming for students of all ages–from kindergarteners up to high school students. We’ve even hosted teacher training sessions on the topic of “sustainability” for school educators and administrators at the primary, middle and high school level.
Five local kindergartens learn about bees and honey:
360 primary school students from the Albian School spend a day of hands-on learning about sustainable agriculture:
High School Student Research Program:
Several local Bedouin high schools also completed their research requirement on the project site, as part of our Student Research and Volunteer Program.
AMAL High School:
Freshman from Akraa High School in Laqiya:
Al Ahed School of Science students taking a biological survey on the project site:
Rahat High School, which focused on atmospheric measurements and biodiversity:
Tel Sheva High School:
Educator training sessions are designed to strengthen capacity for sustainability education and eco-literacy in the Negev, and specifically in the Bedouin sector.
School Principals from the Avney Rosha Institute:
Teachers at Tel Sheva Junior High School:
Teachers from Al-kadsiah Segev Shalom:
Teachers from Hajj Suleiman Alataikah, Rahat, and Alzaharaa, Segev Shalom:
Jewish student visitors and “Coexistence” programming:
We have also hosted several “Coexistence” days for local 5th and 8th graders, Jewish and Bedouin, to meet one another on the project site.
For more information and photos about our Coexistence programming, click here.
Herzliya Hebrew Gymnasium High School, Tel Aviv:
For information about visitors to the site during this quarter, please click here.