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"Ascension Hall" Course Gallery

Akwaaba! Welcome to the “Ascension Hall” Course Gallery! Our courses are aligned and designed with liberation in mind. Every educator, the course content, and all of the love is intentional to deliberately develop and ignite self-confidence, self-love, and inner greatness in every child. In addition, we also are committed to fostering great character, academic excellence, economic empowerment, and a foundation built on the principles of our culture. Our aim is rooted in cultivating builders, producers, leaders, innovators, and entrepreneurs, that build strong Black families that continue to generationally do the same.

Math

This level introduces all the basics of abacus mechanics laying down the foundation for fluent addition, subtraction, composing, decomposing numbers, and mental math mastery. This class is full of fun and interactive games which engage and ignite joy, the love of math and learning. Once students become fluent with these skills, they are ready to bolster their mental math abilities to another level.

REQUIRED MATERIALS
The junior counter: https://www.mathjr.org/products

Generation Genius is a comprehensive instructional course for students to hone their basic math skills and abilities with a focus on multiplication and division. We’re calling all 2nd through 4th graders to get ready to enjoy an exciting new approach to Solving Mathematical! *Also a good class for students who need tutoring and extra reinforcement.

This is where students begin their journey towards mental math strength.  We jump right into simple formulas that help them ease through mental math calculations with no need for calculators nor fingers.  Here, we also introduce algebraic thinking with number play so children can easily transfer what they learn in the Abacus Power Class to wherever their brilliance takes them. *Abacus Power Introductory Course Is a Requirement Before Advancing to Abacus Power Mastery Implementation Level. *You Are Required to Purchase a Unique "Math Jr" Abacus that Is Specific to this Course Upon Entry. (Please note that this Is NOT a standard abacus with the beads)

REQUIRED MATERIALS
The junior counter: https://www.mathjr.org/products

Pre-algebra is a primary branch of algebra designed to prepare students for a standard high school algebraic course. Students are introduced to integers, fractions, square roots, step equations, linear equations, and decimals and are taught how to solve basic equations using variables. Taking a pre-algebra course can give students initial exposure to the fundamentals of algebra and help them perform better in future courses.

This course is made for middle school and high school level learners, especially those who struggle with understanding Algebra and Fractions. Students of this course will walk away with a thorough understanding of Algebraic concepts up to the Algebra 1 level. They will be introduced to algebraic expressions, functions, and an introduction to graphing functions in a fun and applicable way.

Reading/Writing/Literature

This course, focuses on reading readiness, phonics, fluency, and overall improvement. This exciting experience is an engaging and interactive adventure of learning through recitation, music, call and response, vocabulary, and activities with a strong discipline of Afrikan cultural excellence.  

The instructor will provide quality instruction for students reading at a 3rd, 4th, or 5th-grade level. (Age 8-10) This 45-minute class will take place twice a week and will focus on one core reading strategy and vocabulary in each class. Students will learn and implement evidence-based reading comprehension strategies that allow them to comprehend texts in a deeper way. Often, we will also incorporate writing as an extension activity to that week’s skill.

The calabash is one of the first crops harvested by man. It is used for storing, serving, and is considered a marker for wealth and power. The bases of writing in this course will be centered around subjects and activities related to folktales and other stories. We will explore topics of Iwa Pele (Good Character principles) and use a cultural lens to strengthen writing skills, story analysis, and critical thinking.

REQUIRED MATERIALS
A notebook and basic art materials

Did you know that your words have power? Or that whatever you imagine, you can create? Join us for storytime and wordplay with Ms. Ashley and her wonderful Nguzo Babies friends! We’ll hear new stories about friendship and community at the magical treehouse castle and create stories of our own to share with our friends!

In this course, students will explore the written works of some of our esteemed "literary revolutionaries" both living and ancestors, across multiple literary genres including: authors, playwrights, screenwriters, songwriters, journalists and documentarians. Students will learn how to read, interpret and engage with various writing styles and will be tasked to creatively write within the genres that resonate with them, while mastering core writing styles such as: narrative writing, descriptive writing, persuasive writing and expository writing. All literature that we study and create from will be rooted in liberation consciousness. This course is best suited for ages 14 and up.

In this course, students will explore the written works of some of our esteemed "literary revolutionaries" both living and ancestors, across multiple literary genres including: authors, playwrights, screenwriters, songwriters, journalists and documentarians. Students will learn how to read, interpret and engage with various writing styles and will be tasked to creatively write within the genres that resonate with them, while mastering core writing styles such as: narrative writing, descriptive writing, persuasive writing and expository writing. All literature that we study and create from will be rooted in liberation consciousness. This course is best suited for ages 14 and up.

Pre-recorded Writing Classes
With Educator Feedback

This class is a pre-recorded course by Jade Weatherington, who is known for her excellent educational online courses. Mama Jade will give assignments and their due dates, as well as furnish personal feedback for each student. The edits will need to be made, if necessary, and resubmitted. 

 

Learners will learn about the specific elements needed for a story, write and illustrate their own story, and then present it at the end of class.

This class is a pre-recorded course by Jade Weatherington, who is known for her excellent educational online courses. Mama Jade will give assignments and their due dates, as well as furnish personal feedback for each student. The edits will need to be made, if necessary, and resubmitted. 

 

Writers and Readers Make Leaders taught by Scholar Instructor, Jade Weatherington, delves deep into the critical mechanics of writing, while also strengthening the children's readings skills and exposure to our culture through literature.

Science

This class will discuss methods, techniques and implementation of traditional (chemical-free) agriculture based upon African ideologies and context. Come join us to learn how to keep your family sustainable with food.

This course seeks to link education to real-life experiences that give scholars skills to access, criticize, analyze and practically apply knowledge that help them gain life skills. It is designed to have greater emphasis on the understanding and applications of scientific concepts and principles. This approach has been adopted in recognition of the need for learners to develop skills that will be of long-term value in a changing technological world rather than focussing on large quantities of factual materials which may only have short-term relevance.

REQUIRED MATERIALS
Our Lab experiments will have three components; 1. Theory (from our prescribed textbook CK - 12 Chemistry Textbook. The following is the link to our prescribed textbook https://www.ck12.org/book/ck-12-chemistry-basic/section/4.1/
2. Physical Experiments: The materials for our physical lab experiment can be bought using this link:The Home Scientist - CK01B Standard Home School Chemistry Laboratory Kit at a cost of $160. The following is the link to the standard homeschool KEM-istry lab kit instruction manual; ck01b-manual.pdf (thehomescientist.com) With each of these experiments, you will find a purpose, required pre-reading, procedure, lab notebook assignments, and lab questions.
3. Online Experiments: I have also incorporated an online lab. These online labs are available through Beyond Labz. The KEMistry bundle for online lab experiments for 20 weeks costs $ 29.95 and the following is the link to the online lab experiment; https://gibbs.beyondlabz.com/purchase

TOUR THE WORLD.... taste the food: with focus on eight west African countries as it relates and integrates with our local foods.

Come explore wild adventures with Kells the Biologist as we learn about the amazing wildlife that is all around us! Watch science come to life and your imaginations soar.

REQUIRED MATERIALS
Access to Instagram stories

This course covers many topics in Biology. Newer material aligned with the Next Generation Science Standards is available in the latest version. It connects Biology to the daily lives of scholars.

REQUIRED MATERIALS
Our Lab experiments will have three components:
1. Theory (from our prescribed textbook CK - 12 Biology Textbook. The following is the link to our prescribed textbook http://d3r1z7wkgqhj9d.cloudfront.net/CK-12-Biology_text.pdf )
2. Physical Experiments: All the experiments come from Illustrated Guide to Home Biology Experiments, along with the corresponding experiment kit. With each of these experiments, you will find a purpose, required pre-reading, procedure, lab notebook assignments, and lab questions. For each week, we have included a supply list for your convenience. If you would like to see a full list of the household supplies you will need in addition to the experiment kit, please see pg. 239 in the Appendix.
The following is the link to Illustrated Guide to Home Biology Experiments 1. https://www.thehomescientist.com/manuals/Illustrated_Guide_to_Home_Biology_Experiments.pdf
The corresponding experiment kit for all our lab experiments costs $ 229 and it can be accessed though the following link : https://www.thehomescientist.com/bk01-main.php. Other than a microscope, prepared slides, and live specimens, the BK01A kit includes all of the special equipment and materials you need for the lab component of a complete first-year honors high school biology course. The BK01A kit also includes a supplemental DVD with the PDF answer guide for the review questions that appear at the end of each lab session in the book and high-resolution electronic copies of all of the images used in the book.
3. Online Experiments: I have also incorporated an online lab. These online labs are available through Beyond Labz. The Biology bundle for online lab experiments for 20 weeks costs $ 29.95

This series of AfriClasses™ explores ancient African ideas and philosophies that are the basis of the science that we know today. We will first examine the ancient African understanding of matter and energy as told in the Kemetic story of origin, then focus in on electricity and how it works and finally we will use all we learned to create fun, hands-on projects.

This beginner level course will share the basics of traditional agricultural science. The methods and techniques I learned from my grandparents to modern-day methods to make farm tasks efficient. This course delivers the foundation of an effective farming/gardening journey with some historical context sprinkled within the lessons to give you the "why" we all need to be participating in agriculture.

REQUIRED MATERIALS
Book will be provided

We will do an in depth exploration of the Nile Valley culture, history, spirituality and systems of healing through written papayri, historians and renowned spiritual teachers of Kemetian philosophy. Then discuss its practical applications for practice today.

Sociology/Psychology

As Afrikans, we have been gifted by nature through our physical bodies, the capacity for faster learning, deeper intelligence, and wider creative thought than our European counterparts. Baba Amos in 'Awakening The Natural Genius of Black Children" shares with us the documented scientific facts of the melanin and environmental connections that can unlock the powerful potential genius that ALL Black children are born with. He also lays out how to best nurture the growth of this genius from in utero into elementary school, and offers guidance as to how to create and pick the best, healthiest learning environments for your children's success. In addition, Baba Amos offers guidance on how not to lose the gains of your children if they should enroll in mainstream schools when they're older, and how to understand the underlying psychological myths and conditioning of white social dominance that would crush the natural genius all of our children carry within them.

REQUIRED MATERIALS
(Book) Developmental Psychology of the Black Child www.afrikanworldinfosystems.co

Exploring our Afrikan framework of life through the lens of our culture. Decolonizing and ReAfrikanization is imperative for the sustainability and generational wellness of our people. We will explore the works of Nana Amos Wilson and his global model for Awakening The Natural Genius Of Black Children.

REQUIRED MATERIALS
(Book) Developmental Psychology of the Black Child www.afrikanworldinfosystems.co

In this 4 course, Tafadzwa ShakaRa Mbandaka (Seba ShakaRa) will engage our children in an introduction to the concept of Media Studies from an Afrikan-Centred perspective. The aim is the arm the children with the tools to be able critically analyse the media saturated environment around us, combat the mental conditioning & more importantly develop the creative & mental agility to develop media that serves the interest of Afrikan people.
The sessions will be very interactive and multimedia driven. Students will learn that they are teachers - as well as students. They will be introduced to the core concepts of Media Language, Representation, Audience, Ideology and Institution, as the centre of their Media Studies Learning.
In order to make the sessions as real and as relevant as possible, it is intended that the Media that our children are surrounded by from Music, to images and social media, will provide some of the material used in the course. It is virtually impossible to shield our children from the destructive images that surround them. We must therefore teach them how to deconstruct and reconstruct.
We will learn how to decipher and contextualise the lyrics in the songs we listen to. We will learn the power of symbols & how symbolism is used to shape our environments and our minds. We will learn how to identify which audience various media are targeted at and what purpose it is designed to serve. We will explore popular depictions of Afrikan people in television and film, and what characteristics are being represented. We will learn how to use media tools to recreate powerful images that serve the interest of Afrikan people.
The aims of the course can be summed up in the desire to instil in our children two primary principles:
• Critical Autonomy: The Ability to analyse, decode & decipher media independently.
• Media Institution Building: Mastering the media of our time towards developing Centres of Power & propaganda warfare, that advances the interests of Afrikan people.
*This class will dissect music and sensitive topics that may not be appropriate for children under the recommended ages.

The class covers the tradition of deep and reflective thinking among people of African descent from antiquity to the present. Students will be introduced to a number of indigenous African concepts, in addition to concepts from the African Diaspora. The class will emphasize practical philosophy, in that students will acquire and hone tools of critical analysis and self-development. This class will require weekly homework assignments.

This course will cover Ourstory on Afrikan Freedom Fighters also known as Maroons who liberated themselves and/or resisted enslavement during the colonial era, the communities they established and their Geography, with emphasis on the Spanish-speaking countries of the Afrikan Diaspora in the Caribbean, Central and South "America". You will gain knowledge on Afrikan populations often left out from English language material. Enslaved Afrikans had to fight for their freedom so violent subject matter will be discussed within class and there will be videos where it will be depicted. Wazazi (Parents) are to determine if their watoto (children) can handle this subject matter. Class is open from 6th grade up to adults. Class will have homework such as watching videos on own time in preparation for class discussions, writing assignments and tests to assess the student's knowledge on the subject matter. Other subject areas covered in class are Arts & Culture as you will learn how Afrikans in the 'Americas' have used Maroon/Afrikan freedom fighter symbology in contemporary art and cultural movements, Language as you will learn words in Spanish, Portuguese, and Afrikan languages, Sociology as we are studying and learning about Afrikan communities and their social structures, Psychology as we are learning about how the concept framework of Cimarronaje/Maroonage can be used psychologically to resist and liberate the colonized Afrikan mind.

REQUIRED MATERIALS
Computing device with access to Youtube, Vimeo, PDF Reader, Zoom, Web Browser

Afrikan Studies / World History

This is NOT your regular old dry "dates and places" history class!! The African History, Heritage & Me AfriClasses are a growing series of holistic, African-centered experiences that include music, games, fun projects, challenges, geology, mythology, astronomy, geography and more!! All children taking an AfriClass begin as an Afronaut who travels through time to discover, meet interesting characters and explore the ideas and stories of the past. The AfriClasses provide a fun and engaging way to help the children as they construct a preliminary understanding of who our ancestors were and therefore the unlimited potential of who they, as Afrikans, can be. To do this we examine primary sources across many disciplines and use research from historians and researchers including Dr. John Clarke, Dr. Runoko Rashidi, Dr. Ivan Van Sertima, Dr. Charles Finch, Dr. Cheikh Anta Diop and more. We explore questions like "Who are Afrikans?" "Where are Afrikans?" "What Legacy Did our Ancestors Leave to the World?" "Did Our Ancestors Discover Time?" "Who Were the Ancient Timekeepers?" " What Secret Messages Did Our Ancestors Leave us in their Stories and in the Sands?" These are live in person classes. Looking forward to seeing you in an AfriClass!

This course, will both strengthen and deepen your child's awareness AND connection to the Motherland in order to establish genuine respect, enthusiasm and ultimate commitment to serve HOME!

REQUIRED MATERIALS
All personal care project supplies will be communicated to parents during the course of the class.

Instructed by the founder of Cryptowoke Financial Sustainability Movement, M'Bwebe Ishangi, 'From Slaveships to S.T.E.A.M.S.H.I.P.S.' focuses on the chronological timeline of the creation of race relations as the core behind socio-economic depravity we continue to endure post-emancipation. Through critical analysis of this historical timeline, students will be fully aware of our contributions to civilization giving a reference point that will inspire them to know the greatness they come from and the duty that follows to resurrect this contributing spirit by merging STEAM to create STEAM S.H.I.P.S. (Spirituality, Holistic Health, Innovation, Prosperity, and Sustainability).

REQUIRED MATERIALS
Notebook, pen/pad or digital to take notes

This course will be an introduction to Marcus Garvey and his Pan Afrikanist priciniples that allowed him to build the largest Pan-Africanist movement, which unified and connected people of African descent worldwide.

REQUIRED MATERIALS
Note taking device whether analog or electronic

A course where wasanii (artists) get to travel across the Afrikan globe and learn about the sanaa (art) that our people have created since the beginning of time. This is a hands-on course where wasanii will walk away with new creations and sanaa techniques each week. Lessons will highlight the innovative uses of sanaa as a tool for revolution and resistance. There will be plenty of opportunities for wasanii to discuss, build, practice kuumba, play, and explore as we remember our ancestors’ legacy.

REQUIRED MATERIALS
Pencil, paper, and colors will be used every session. Additional supplies may include: clay/dough/sand, building blocks, paint, old magazines/newspapers, glue, scissors, cardboard, other recyclable materials found around the house.

Adolescent / Character Development

This 10-week course is designed to assist mothers with our coming of age Black Afrikan daughters in providing transformative information and much needed skills regarding their earliest experiences of puberty. Mothers are highly encouraged to sit in and participate in the course with their daughters.

REQUIRED MATERIALS
The Instructor will provide a list of the Personal Care Project supplies during the course.

The goal of Sankofa Life Skills is to increase our self sufficiency in our families, communities, and reduce our dependency on outsiders. During, this course we will plant the seeds of self-sufficiency with skills that help the student thrive and survive. These learning skills are valuable throughout our lifetimes and will be passed on from generation to generation to rebuild the Afrikan Nations locally and globally. We are Nation Builders no matter the age!! We will dive into growing our own foods, sowing seeds, basic sewing skills, household responsibilities, stress management, and the basics of maintaining strong foundational skills for daily living!

REQUIRED MATERIALS
Composition notebook, Highlighter, pens/pencil, markers/crayons, Plain white paper, Ruler/tape measure,Medium container/pot to plant in, soil, mint seeds, Library card, Sewing kit with thread & needles,10-12 squares of fabric Popsicle sticks, Building material of the students choice, Sand, charcoal, coffee filter, 2 plastic bottles, White Vinegar, baking soda, castle soap, spray bottle, a lemon or other citrus essential oil (PARENT ONLY handles oil)

Finance / Business / Economics

This course, taught by Scholar Educator T Ma’at Efosa, introduces cryptocurrency and various aspects of financial literacy to our young scholars to begin to enhance their knowledge base and get them familiar with various terms in cryptocurrency, crypto protocols, the history of money, and the financial history of Afrikans in America. In addition, they will be exposed to coding in the financial world and various savings technologies. This is a great time to get our children acquainted with economic wealth.

This is a powerful introduction to the foundation of understanding the real estate market, commercial and residential real estate, ownership, land development, and management. Students will learn a myriad of information to expand their horizons and broaden their perspectives of what they can achieve, as well as sharpen their lens as to what opportunities await them. In addition, students will learn the basics of property management. This involves the maintenance of the property and its financial health. Property managers are an essential part of the multi-family apartment/commercial industry and are often the first faces you will see when you enter an apartment community. With Vacancies to fill, lease contracts to sign, and occupants to attend to, there is no wonder why there is a strong need for them in this busy industry!

This course, taught by Scholar Educator Aunkh Aakhu, is an eye-opening experience that dives deep into the metaphysics of building an impactful, lucrative, and sustainable thriving business. It focuses on the power that we have as Afrikan people to be able to create abundance at the highest of levels and manifest the intergenerational wealth we desire, without compromising our integrity or who we are, and by uplifting our Afrikan values while raising consciousness and capital.

This course, taught by Scholar Educator T Ma’at Efosa, introduces cryptocurrency and various aspects of financial literacy to our young scholars to begin to enhance their knowledge base and get them familiar with various terms in cryptocurrency, crypto protocols, the history of money, and the financial history of Afrikans in America. In addition, they will be exposed to coding in the financial world and various savings technologies. This is a great time to get our children acquainted with economic wealth. 

M’Bwebe Ishangi shares intricate money-making methods and practices that will enable you to become financially literate to the point of being able to live off your savings and investments without having to work for someone—eliminating the anxiety of untimely job and wage loss and/or the fictitious “security” traditional savings models fail to live up to.No matter how much education you have these institutions will not teach you how to manage money. If they did they’d be rendered powerless jeopardizing their bottom line… make money off your ignorance!Through this course you will learn how to assess and eliminate debt, leverage financial your source using arbitrage tools that enable sustainable streams of passive income—not just for you personally, but your ensuing bloodlines—by way of velocity and infinite banking concepts!

REQUIRED MATERIALS
Microsoft Excel/Apple Numbers software, notebook, pad/pen

Engineering & Design

Understanding products for a sustainable world. Students will be introduced to sustainable product design via virtual slides, live guests, research, and present their design at the final session. The class engagement will include THINK TANK questions (homework) to be discussed in each session together. We will focus on sustainable practices using real-world toolkits, and jargon and apply learning outcomes with a team presentation redesigning everyday products. Students will have the opportunity to discuss their own innovative and creative product ideas made for a sustainable future.

REQUIRED MATERIALS
Internet, computer/tablet, drawing tools (paper, pencil, etc.), presentation tools, access to library

Design is everywhere! Do you see it? From the time you wake up to the time you go to sleep, it's all around you. Come and take a walk with us through the visible invisible world of design! Students will be introduced to this world we interact with every day, and a few of the fundamental principles that are used to create the images we see, such as graphic design, advertising, products, engineering, signs, products, etc. This great for children who want to learn more about graphic design as well as the science of design in general. Grades 3rd-12th.

Language

Come learn basic Swahili words, culture, and communication. We will have fun deepening our understanding of culture through language.

REQUIRED MATERIALS
Pen and paper

This course will explore Afrikan culture through language by introducing children to French Basics throughout the Afrikan diaspora. Children will learn pronunciation, greetings, common vocabulary, and more.

REQUIRED MATERIALS
Pen and paper

This course will explore Afrikan culture through language by introducing children to French Basics throughout the Afrikan diaspora. Children will learn pronunciation, greetings, common vocabulary, and more.

REQUIRED MATERIALS
Pen and paper

This course will explore Afrikan culture through language by introducing children to French Basics throughout the Afrikan diaspora. Children will learn pronunciation, greetings, common vocabulary, and more.

REQUIRED MATERIALS
Pen and paper

This course will explore Afrikan culture through language by introducing children to French Basics throughout the Afrikan diaspora. Children will learn pronunciation, greetings, common vocabulary, and more.

REQUIRED MATERIALS
Pen and paper

Students will learn the basics of expressive and receptive sign language skills with an emphasis on vocabulary, grammer and cultural awareness.

REQUIRED MATERIALS
All students will need to be on camera in order to participate in the class. ASL is a visual language and will involve interaction and assessment of hand shapes and facial expression.

This course will explore Afrikan culture through language by introducing students to French Basics throughout the Afrikan diaspora. Students will learn pronunciation, greetings, common vocabulary, and more.   REQUIRED MATERIALS Pen and paper

Family Fitness

Capoeira (cap-o-era), an afro-Brazilian martial art. in this class we will learn fun basic movements, working on balance mobility and strength, music and learn some basic Portuguese.

REQUIRED MATERIALS
You will need Water, medium space to move, a towel and comfortable clothing.

Baba "Yoga" Bey will take you through a healing experience of his soul divine practices that range from meditation, affirmations, memory enhancement, and so much more. He will lead to on a journey of manifesting your goals, healing your body, and past traumas, while energizing your spirit providing limitless opportunities to grow! This class is for adults. However, Baba Bey welcomes adults to bring their children ages 12 and up if they choose. These principles and healing modalities will be beneficial to all who attend.

The wisdom and creative insight of great Afrikan healers and teachers from ancient Cush and Kemet brought forth the energy-based, human sciences of meditation yoga, healing touch, and the foundations of what would later be known as Chinese medicine. From that tradition came the art of Qigong or energy cultivation through movement, breath and visualization. In this class we will be learning and practicing the "Meridian Cleansing" form of Qigong along with the Micro-cosmic orbit meditation. These gentle and slow moving practices are designed to move chi (life force) energy throughout the bodies meridian system helping to clear out negative, toxic energies and bring balance to the mind/body system. They calm the Spirit, relax the mind, and heal the body. The form and practice is easy to do and is suitable for children in elementary school on up to adults. No previous experience is required. Please wear loose and comfortable clothing as the class is done in both sitting and standing positions.

REQUIRED MATERIALS
Comfortable loose fitting clothes 🙂

Arts & Culture

This course entails a continuation of learning to read music and the fundamental techniques of woodwind, brass and percussion instruments to perform individually as well as small and whole ensemble for students with prior experience.

REQUIRED MATERIALS
Your own instrument (any of the following): Flute, Clarinet, Saxophone, Trumpet, French Horn, Baritone, Trombone, Tuba, Snare Drum/Drum Pad/Sticks, Glockenspiel/Bell Kit with Mallets

STUDENTS WILL LEARN: 1.INDIGENOUS AFRICAN ART ( CONCEPTS AND TYPES) 2.CONTEMPORARY AFRICAN ART 3. GHANAIAN ARTS AND ARTIST 4. FORM, SYMBOLISM AND FUNCTION OF GHANAIAN ART 5. RATIONALE FOR VISUAL ART EDUCATION 6. CREATIVITY AND APPRECIATION 7. DESIGNING ( MASKES , DRUMS AND ADINKRA symbols) This are my project works for the 12 weeks: 1. Painting on a A3 cardboard 2. Creating of African mask with paper 3. Carving of Styrofoam.

REQUIRED MATERIALS
HARD CARDBOARD PAPERS, GLUE, SCISSORS

Technology

An Afrikan centered examination of all things digital in order to comprehend, design, and develop artifacts for our community. Watoto will also be able to critique digital technology and ideate across all forms of technology.

REQUIRED MATERIALS
Desktop/Laptop is preferred but if a tablet or phone is used, please be ready to communicate more using audio.

An Afrikan centered examination of all things digital in order to comprehend, design, and develop artifacts for our community. Watoto will also be able to critique digital technology and ideate across all forms of technology.

REQUIRED MATERIALS
Desktop/Laptop is preferred but if a tablet or phone is used, please be ready to communicate more using audio.

The complete body of technologies, processes, and practices designed to protect networks, devices, programs, and data from attack, damage, or unauthorized access. We will learn and discuss the many silos of Cyber Security and the ways to develop tactics to protect our families and the larger community.

REQUIRED MATERIALS
Desktop/Laptop is preferred but if a tablet or phone is used, please be ready to communicate more using audio.

Health & Wellness

Masterclass Intensive Specialty Courses

Special Selection Process including Application, Portfolio Submission and Interview.