קיימא

Project Based Learning

Kaima embraces Project Based Learning, a student-directed way to approach problem solving through new skill acquisition that is based on the assumption that when people are directly involved in identifying problems, they are more invested in determining relevant solutions. PBL participants learn how to research needs which interest them, outline a program, develop and test their prototype, and report on their progress as is the case in real-world professional settings. Projects can benefit the farm (i.e. building a small greenhouse to grow special crops out of season) or the community at large (i.e. designing, building, and maintaining a mini public lending library based on the concept of, "take a book, give a book”). 

החווה בבית זית

We hope to soon build an onsite lab to serve as a physical home for all PBL activities. Activities will be facilitated by top technology, design, and artistic leaders in carpentry, welding, and engraving, and this workshop will enable us to teach new hard employment skills to Kaima youth, further develop their cognitive capacity, and expand their sense of possibility for the future, complementing our farm-activities. Eventually, the workshop will be capable of providing trade/vocational certification recognized by either government or certificate-granting educational institutions.  Such certification will help open doors for our youth as they seek satisfying positions in the army and pursue future employment.

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