Thank you for expressing your interest for such a wonderful opportunity and most rewarding opportunity for diverse cultural exchange programme that are available, especially in Kenya.
I would be most grateful to offer you such opportunities through one of our global education collaborative partner, the Global Youth Connect Inc, under its programme- Cultural Education. This can be enhanced in partnership with my social network called, Ezsak's community/Students' Mentor-Link Network, Kenya.
Please I hope you will be more interested to get back to me, and even plan for a visit to Kenya soon on the same. I have several community sponsored school projects. Seum Community, Nazareth Top-Link, Yatoi Education & Training CBOs Consortium's Cultural Pupils Exchange Projects; Geta Community Education & Cultural Integration Project and Mid-Hill Community Project among others.
Ezekiel Sakwa Obulemile,
Thank you so much for your reply. I will show Donna your posting. Do you have an email address?
The knowledge of the art history of one or more countries provides a way to think about the differences between two cultures that your students have not hear about. To this end I am working on a course in the History of Art and Architecture (AHAA) around the world. The site is ahaafoundation.org . I think if, upon completing two micro lessons and talking with each other, the students would be tasked with making something that relates to what they have just seen, a painting, a sculpture or a pot. The could create a book from their own paintings or use the information to write their own book.
If any of this is of interest to any teacher or home schooling parent please contact me.