Above, three students enjoy learning and older brother Edgar (middle) helps his little brother Ariel (left) comprehend a puzzling math problem. Although these students are all different ages and are at different stages in their math comprehension, the individualized learning allows them to work at their own unique paces and maximize their time in the classroom. The interactive, state-of-the-art technology in the Bolivia 4ward classroom is an asset to the students who love the Khan Academy software.
Left to Right: Ariel, Edgar, Jose
Here, older student Melissa (middle) helps younger students Jhojaira and Ilber (back, front) solve a challenging math problem. The students enjoy using the little white boards and markers provided in the classroom to brainstorm and work through complex and challenging problems.
Back to Front: Jhojaira, Melissa, Ilber
Pictured above is a group of students playing an educational game called “Sum Swamp” while patiently waiting to use the computers. This group of students happens to be all related, and the eldest girl just celebrated her 12th birthday on Sunday, June 5th. On Monday we had a small party for her and the rest of the students!
Left to Right: Alex, Guisela, David, Francisco, Alexandra