Date: 2021 04th November
Right to education
Fight against exclusion
- Discover the Itaka-Escolapios network educational centers.
- Discover the transforming action carried out by these Piarist centers.
- Locate Piarist centers in the map and learn geography.
- Develop communication skills by promoting these Piarist centers to other people.
The Piarist solidarity campaign 21-22 would like to bring you closer to 29 educational centers supported by Itaka-Escolapios in its economic, pedagogical, and pastoral viability.
Through this campaign we intend to raise as much money as possible for the continuous upgrading of the centers. Although we also want to promote their significant and transforming labor, both with their students and teacher as well as their social environment.
- A center is assigned to each student, all centers must be distributed among the students.
- The student must search in Google Maps for the location of the Itaka-Escolapios center which they have been assigned and they must know its environment.
- We place a world map in each class. The students must indicate on the world map where their assigned Itaka-Escolapios center is located. (It is pointed out in the map after making a presentation about the center.)
- Each student reads the sheet of the assigned center.
- Each student makes an infographic or mural about the assigned center.
- Each day, at the beginning of the day, after the morning prayer, the students promote and present through an infographic or mural their assigned center. Two centers are presented each day.
- All infographics or murals are exhibited in hallways, playground, school hall, parish, cultural centers, etc.
- After carrying out the investigation in Option 1, students from 14 to 18 years old may make a presentation in pairs about Itaka-Escolapios centers which are supported by the campaign, to the students from 6 to 14 years old passing through their classrooms, groups. They can use videos, infographics, and murals for the presentation.
- The presentation described in Option 2 can be extended by showing geographical, cultural, religious matters of the countries where the Itaka-Escolapios centers are located. The students who make the presentation for younger students may dramatize the presentation by characterizing themselves as natives of the country where the Itaka-Escolapios center is.