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Dates: 27th November to 18th December 2021
This unique four week course for adults is aimed at both qualified and unqualified teachers, community workers and parents, who wish to explore alternative ways to educate Black/African children.
This course has been designed by the award-winning educationalist and writer, David Simon who is the author of the best-selling Genius series that includes the books, How to Unlock Your Child's Genius and How to Unlock Your Genius Using Black History.
Based on Simon's thirty-four years of working as an independent educationalist in the UK, the Caribbean and Africa, this course will equip adults with the fundamentals of addressing the crisis that currently exists all over the world in the education of children of African descent.
On completion of all four weeks, attendees will receive a course completion certificate from Simon Education.
Donation - a minimum of £5 per attendee
How to be an Effective TeacherExploring educationExploring pedagogyExploring the function and power of the curriculumExploring lesson planningExploring learning difficultiesExploring learning stylesExploring programmes of studyExploring bilingualism
How to Become a Pan-African TeacherExploring neuroscienceExploring educational researchExploring education and the 4th Industrial RevolutionExploring the decolonising of the curriculumExploring bilingualism and creole in educationExploring indigenous African knowledge systems
How to Unlock Your Child's GeniusExploring diet and learningExploring how a child learns to read and understand mathematicsExploring educational resources in the homeExploring leadership and mind gamesExploring rites of passageExploring emotional literacyExploring cultural literacy and Black historyExploring eLearning and family learningExploring global citizenship
Module 4 (part 1):
How to Homeschool Your Child and Home Educate Your FamilyExploring homeschoolingExploring Homeschool modelsExploring homeschool networksExploring family learningExploring pan-African family enrichment activities
The Pan-African Learning Ecology (part 2)Exploring the business models suited to global Pan-African educationExploring the financial infrastructure to support Pan-African educationExploring the practical implementation of Pan-African Education