Educator Resources

All the projects are designed to be low on resources and technology free. These are developed keeping the learning outcomes of the specified age group in mind. We have attempted to make the projects engaging and related to multiple subjects and learning. Each of the projects is across approximately a week for about an hour a day, these can help in contexts without online-schooling options or supplement it.

In this section, we have added more detailed project samples with suggested extension activities and tips for teachers to use.

We intend for these projects to be adapted and contextualized to your context including age group, prior learning, alignment to curricular outcomes, language and learning context.

Please do share feedback of student work and updated projects on the following email: innovations@eaa.org.qa

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numbers
Bonding with Numbers

Learners will Play & design his/her games to grasp the concept of number bonds (1-10) while learning simple addition up to 10.

Leading Question:

Can you use numbers to create other numbers?

Total Time Required:
4 days, 1 hour per day
Self-guided / Supervised activity:
Supervised (High)
Subjects:
Mathematics, Literacy
Developed By
EAA Team
Resources Required
Medium
organs
MY ORGANS T-SHIRT

Learners will explore four different internal human body systems (respiratory, circulatory, digestive and urinary systems) by investigating their functions using simple models

Leading Question:

How would your organs look on a t-shirt?

Total Time Required:
5 days - 1 hour 30 minutes a day
Self-guided / Supervised activity:
Supervised (Medium)
Subjects:
Science, Physical Education, Literacy, Art and Design
Developed By
EAA Team
Resources Required
Medium
turkey
My Lovely Bird

Learners will deepen their understanding of numbers between 1 and 10 and design their own bird to grasp the concept of counting (forward & backward) and writing numbers 11 to 20.

Leading Question

How many tail feathers does your turkey have?

Total Time Required:
6 days (1.25 hours per day)
Self-guided / Supervised activity:
Supervised (Medium)
Subjects:
Mathematics, Literacy, Art and Design
Developed By
EAA Team
Resources Required
Medium
squid
MY JELLYFISH

Learner will design his/her Jellyfish to grasp the concept of counting and writing numbers 1 to 10.

Leading Question

Can you count the number of legs your Jellyfish has?

Total Time Required:
6 days (1.25 hours per day)
Self-guided / Supervised activity:
Supervised (Medium)
Subjects:
Mathematics, Art and Design
Developed By
EAA Team
Resources Required
Medium
encyclopedia
MY ENCYCLOPEDIA

Learners will develop their own encyclopedia booklets; building their vocabulary and exploring objects and phenomena of interest to them by capturing some interesting facts.

Leading Question:

Can you create a book of the most interesting things you know?

Total Time Required:
5 hours over 5 days
Self-guided / Supervised activity:
Supervised (Low)
Subjects:
Literacy, Art and Design
Developed By
EAA Team
Resources Required
Low
living
LIFE SKILLS FOR LEADING LIFE

The learner will be able identify and discover his/her strengths which helps them to shape aspiration. It’s a pool of strengths of self-discovery and shared by others.

Leading Question:

What are you good at, what are your strengths, hobbies and passions? Where is your inspiration and support system?

Total Time Required:
4.5 hours over 4 days
Self-guided / Supervised activity:
Supervised (High)
Subjects:
Social Emotional Learning
Developed By
Dream a Dream
Resources Required
Low
flip
Probability Matters

Learner will explore the concept of the chances and probability and learn how to calculate probability. Learner will also recognize the importance of probability in daily life.

Leading Question:

What is the importance of probability in our daily life?

Total Time Required:
6 hours over 5 days
Self-guided / Supervised activity:
Supervised (Medium)
Subjects:
Mathematics, Social Sciences, Science, Physical Education, Art and Design
Developed By
EAA Team
Resources Required
Medium
Gran
GRANDMOTHER’S TALE

Learners will record folk stories and songs that are part of their heritage and culture from the elders in the families. Learners will get a chance to retell this story after modernizing it into a book or an oral story.

Leading Question:

What can we learn from our elders?

Total Time Required:
~5 hours in 5 days
Self-guided / Supervised activity:
Supervised (High)
Subjects:
Literacy, Art and Design
Developed By
EAA Team
Resources Required
Low