Our “Early Childhood Arabic Literacy Program” is a multi-sensory, phonetic based and scientifically tested program that sequentially develops from KG 1 and 2 until school grade 3. The program contextualizes the learning of letters by grounding them in Arabic culture and values. Each letter is embedded in a story and/or linked to a subject that originates from or affects the Arab world. Students thereby not only learn their language but are also introduced to and become aware of the social and cultural context they live in. Furthermore, the multi-sensory and phonetic based approach makes learning fun for children and improves learning outcomes. The recently created app lets characters appear in a three-dimensional way, making it particularly attractive for the visual sense. The entire program comes with a package of student books (both study and work-books) as well as a teacher’s guide. It is accompanied by training for teachers conducted by our education experts.
Our “History of the Greater Syria” program is an inquiry based learning program targeting middle school students. The curriculum builds on the knowledge of local historians and encourages students to critically evaluate events during the different eras.
Our “SALEEM” program is a community-based education program developed to strengthen the connection between school students and their community. SALEEM offers students the opportunity to map community assets to understand the opportunities and challenges facing them. The program engages youth in a dialogue with their community members resulting in a greater clarity and a strong sense of community trust. This fosters a strong commitment towards positive change.
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Work-Ethics Curriculum developed and tested. 400 women trained and employed using the WE training program.
The curriculum for the work-ethics and labor law training program was developed by JoWomenomics to raise the desirability of women in vocational jobs and prepare a reliable workforce. The program helps to overcome the negative ideas about vocational work that the women have often themselves internalized. In addition, it helps change perception of young boys to the acceptable jobs for women.
Work ethic is defined -as a belief in themoral benefit and importance of work andits inherent ability to strengthen character.it is value based on hard work and diligence.
- The work values that the curriculum tackles:
Integrity, Commitment, Dignity, Respect, Loyalty, Justice and Equality and Humility. Embedded in the curriculum are soft skills, labor law and religious narrative to break cultural barriers to women entry into the workforce.