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Tako Education and Education Business Solutions-TEEBS

Education from the Cradle to the Grave! Providing an education for the future!

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29/09/2021
18/09/2021

A Japanese 4 year old attending class only one hour per week at Oasis English School (Parents and kindergarten are Japanese)

03/09/2021

The Covid19 pandemic has caused massive havoc especially to primary education across the globe. The silver lining of the pandemic, however, is that it has led to the development of more effective teaching and learning methods. Unfortunately, the majority of primary schoolers still do not have access to learning.
This IMPACT PROGRAM is an effort to give access to learning to the majority, if not all of the primary schoolers who do not have access to learning. The first stage of the program involves recruiting partners to work with in order to help Grade 7 students in Zambia or those following a similar curriculum elsewhere. Grade 7, and other pupils in examination classes have lost a lot of learning time due to school closures in the effort by governments to curb the Covid19 pandemic. The IMPACT PROGRAM will comprise four parties.
1. The Education That Endures (ETE) learning approach creator (Simon Sakala, based in Japan)
2. FastLearn Publishing, publishers of learning and revision materials (Based in Zambia).
3. Teachers and parents/guardians of learners.
4. The learners.

There will be a series of virtual meetings to explain the details of how to participate, the access to materials and the benefits to all parties. The schedule of the meetings is as follows:
1. Saturday, September 4, 2021,16:00-17:30 hrs Zambian time.
2. Saturday, September 11, 202116:00-17:30 hrs Zambian time.
3. Saturday, September 18, 2021 16:00-17:30 hrs Zambian time.
How to participate.
To participate, first register by joining the Education That Endures group, latest 2 hours before the meeting. Please make sure you answer the question.
Group members will be invited to join the meeting when it starts.
The number of partners will be limited in this first stage so make sure you register in good time if you want to take part.
Post any questions that you might have below this post.
Together we can make a difference.
I'm looking forward to engaging with you,
Simon Sakala🙂
Education That Endures
EASE Education International

03/09/2021

The Covid19 pandemic has caused massive havoc especially to primary education across the globe. The silver lining of the pandemic, however, is that it has led to the development of more effective teaching and learning methods. Unfortunately, the majority of primary schoolers still do not have access to learning.
This IMPACT PROGRAM is an effort to give access to learning to the majority, if not all of the primary schoolers who do not have access to learning. The first stage of the program involves recruiting partners to work with in order to help Grade 7 students in Zambia or those following a similar curriculum elsewhere. Grade 7, and other pupils in examination classes have lost a lot of learning time due to school closures in the effort by governments to curb the Covid19 pandemic. The IMPACT PROGRAM will comprise four parties.
1. The Education That Endures (ETE) learning approach creator (Simon Sakala, based in Japan)
2. FastLearn Publishing, publishers of learning and revision materials (Based in Zambia).
3. Teachers and parents/guardians of learners.
4. The learners.

There will be a series of virtual meetings to explain the details of how to participate, the access to materials and the benefits to all parties. The schedule of the meetings is as follows:
1. Saturday, September 4, 2021,16:00-17:30 hrs Zambian time.
2. Saturday, September 11, 202116:00-17:30 hrs Zambian time.
3. Saturday, September 18, 2021 16:00-17:30 hrs Zambian time.
How to participate.
To participate, first register by joining the Education That Endures group, latest 2 hours before the meeting. Please make sure you answer the question.
Group members will be invited to join the meeting when it starts.
The number of partners will be limited in this first stage so make sure you register in good time if you want to take part.
Post any questions that you might have below this post.
Together we can make a difference.
I'm looking forward to engaging with you,
Simon Sakala🙂
Education That Endures
EASE Education International

03/09/2021

The Covid19 pandemic has caused massive havoc especially to primary education across the globe. The silver lining of the pandemic, however, is that it has led to the development of more effective teaching and learning methods. Unfortunately, the majority of primary schoolers still do not have access to learning.
This IMPACT PROGRAM is an effort to give access to learning to the majority, if not all of the primary schoolers who do not have access to learning. The first stage of the program involves recruiting partners to work with in order to help Grade 7 students in Zambia or those following a similar curriculum elsewhere. Grade 7, and other pupils in examination classes have lost a lot of learning time due to school closures in the effort by governments to curb the Covid19 pandemic. The IMPACT PROGRAM will comprise four parties.
1. The Education That Endures (ETE) learning approach creator (Simon Sakala, based in Japan)
2. FastLearn Publishing, publishers of learning and revision materials (Based in Zambia).
3. Teachers and parents/guardians of learners.
4. The learners.

There will be a series of virtual meetings to explain the details of how to participate, the access to materials and the benefits to all parties. The schedule of the meetings is as follows:
1. Saturday, September 4, 2021,16:00-17:30 hrs Zambian time.
2. Saturday, September 11, 202116:00-17:30 hrs Zambian time.
3. Saturday, September 18, 2021 16:00-17:30 hrs Zambian time.
How to participate.
To participate, first register by joining the Education That Endures group, latest 2 hours before the meeting. Please make sure you answer the question.
Group members will be invited to join the meeting when it starts.
The number of partners will be limited in this first stage so make sure you register in good time if you want to take part.
Post any questions that you might have below this post.
Together we can make a difference.
I'm looking forward to engaging with you,
Simon Sakala🙂
Education That Endures
EASE Education International

The Covid19 pandemic has caused massive havoc especially to primary education across the globe. The silver lining of the pandemic, however, is that it has led to the development of more effective teaching and learning methods. Unfortunately, the majority of primary schoolers still do not have access to learning.
This IMPACT PROGRAM is an effort to give access to learning to the majority, if not all of the primary schoolers who do not have access to learning. The first stage of the program involves recruiting partners to work with in order to help Grade 7 students in Zambia or those following a similar curriculum elsewhere. Grade 7, and other pupils in examination classes have lost a lot of learning time due to school closures in the effort by governments to curb the Covid19 pandemic. The IMPACT PROGRAM will comprise four parties.
1. The Education That Endures (ETE) learning approach creator (Simon Sakala, based in Japan)
2. FastLearn Publishing, publishers of learning and revision materials (Based in Zambia).
3. Teachers and parents/guardians of learners.
4. The learners.

There will be a series of virtual meetings to explain the details of how to participate, the access to materials and the benefits to all parties. The schedule of the meetings is as follows:
1. Saturday, September 4, 2021,16:00-17:30 hrs Zambian time.
2. Saturday, September 11, 202116:00-17:30 hrs Zambian time.
3. Saturday, September 18, 2021 16:00-17:30 hrs Zambian time.
How to participate.
To participate, first register by joining the Education That Endures group, latest 2 hours before the meeting. Please make sure you answer the question.
Group members will be invited to join the meeting when it starts.
The number of partners will be limited in this first stage so make sure you register in good time if you want to take part.
Post any questions that you might have below this post.
Together we can make a difference.
I'm looking forward to engaging with you,
Simon Sakala🙂
Education That Endures
EASE Education International

02/09/2021

The Four Themes of Education That Endures (ETE) are
Health and Living, Economy,
Leadership and Innovation

04/06/2021

A lesson learnt from a lesson.

04/01/2021

Jan 2, 2021 Surviving The Covid19 Pandemic And Emerging The Strongest Ever!

What Helped My School to Not Only Survive the Covid19 Pandemic But Also Emerge The Strongest Ever!

02/01/2021

Jan 1, 2021- Five Characteristics to Make You Successful in 2021

Jan 1, 2021- Five Characteristics to Make You Successful in 2021

02/01/2021

The Five Characteristics to Help You Have a Successful 2021

23/08/2020

TED

"If you're not prepared to be wrong, you'll never come up with anything original."

Watch Sir Ken Robinson's classic TED Talk about how schools can nurture creativity: http://t.ted.com/HTirSP0

22/08/2020

Discussion: What's Wrong With The Zambian Education System- 16 Aug 2020

Participants from Zambia, U.S,A and Japan

06/05/2020

Education That Endures

Grade 4 student (now Grade 5 but has not been to her Grade 5 class yet), normaly has 1 hr of English lesson per week. Read and memorized the book at home during school closures since Mar 2, due to COVID 19.

06/05/2020

The Absolute Necessity for an Education That Endures (ETE) in the Wake of COVID 19 Pandemic.

An Education That Endures (ETE) is that which provides the right mindset and skills that remain relevant despite rapid change. The most important skill is the skill to learn. The hallmark of Education That Endures (ETE) is the development of learning habits. A learner who is one by virtue of having the habit to learn will not only manage but will actually excel during the closure of learning institutions in the effort to curb the spread of the COVID 19. The current situation is a wake up call to the education fraternity. Most educators have heeded the call and are making necessary adjustments but unfortunately there are a lot more who are just waiting for things to get back to normal and go to business as usual.
I had a long discussion with my brother in Zambia Annaniah, via ZOOM, who provides me with data with regards to the state of the education system in Zambia. Annaniah is a data enthusiast and researches widely on education and education technology. He, with his partners, have developed an e- learning platform which was one of the eight selected out of more than 500 entries across Africa by the South African based Ed-Tech incubator, Injini.
Annaniah pointed out the two greatest challenges facing the learners in Zambia and perhaps in many other parts of the world are the ATTITUDE towards learning and ACCESS to learning either to a human educator or a device that can deliver learning.
In my own experience through my own efforts to try to help, i have come to the conclusion that ATTITUDE is the bigger of the two issues. This means that providing access through learning devices is not likely to help much. Here is the reason why.
Very little is being done with any sort of currently accessible materials such as notebooks or textbooks by the majority of the educators. More so now that the role of educators falls into the hands of parents. Instead of trying to help using whatever materials are available, most teachers are having what Annaniah calls 'Christmas'. in other words, they are on holiday until the pandemic is over. After all, they still get paid anyway.
And most parents are doing absolutely nothing in terms of helping their children with school work. One cannot blame most of them because they are not in a position to do so for various valid reasons or simply cannot provide the environment conducive for learning. However, a great number are not doing what they could do, but simply waiting for the mighty government to come and do something for their children.
The best learning gadgets cannot do the trick if they are not utilized properly. The learners that already have developed learning habits are the only ones that are most likely to make full use of the gadgets designed for individualized learning. Gadgets in the hands of learners that cannot learn on their own is a sheer waste of resources.
The greatest hurdle that any effort to propagate the concept of ETE faces is not that it is hard to raise children that have learning habits. Rather, it is a lot harder to develop the educators who are capable of raising children with learning habits.
The starting place for the process should be the aim to change the attitude towards learning, especially of children. Educators, parents included, should focus of first of all, changing their view of what their main objectives and role should be in the education.
For learners to develop learning habits, first of all, the environment must be conducive for learning. Children in most households are exposed to 24 hrs of non-academic television. Most children do not have their own rooms where they can quietly study. Furthermore, parents in most households are not able to help their children either because they do not have adequate education or they simply do not have time to do so as they have to work to earn money for the household.
Since most households do not provide such an environment, each NEIGHBORHOOD can provide an education center, equipped with learning tools and materials in form of electronic gadgets or books where children can go for specified periods of time to learn.The education center should be manned by a skillful guide or cheer leader to manage the learners and make sure they make the best use of their time their. The guide should manage the learners using the following simple guideline.
1. Set learning goals for each learner achievable during their time there.
2. Motivate the learner to achieve the goals within the specified time..
3. Monitor the activities of the learner.
4. Assess the learner.
I, through TEEBS, can provide comprehensive training to the education center guide via ZOOM meeting or webinar.
This should especially be a must in the post COVID 19 era. During the current pandemic, the education centers can be scaled down, to reduce the risk of spreading the virus. Any concerned teacher or parent can take up the role of opening the center either in their home or elsewhere and then try to garner support for the project. TEEBS will support such an effort if the necessary conditions are met.
TEEBS will also provide training and guidance on how to impart an education that endures to learners. An Education That Endures is an education that provides the right mindset and skills that remain relevant and applicable in spite of the school closures due to the COVID 19 pandemic. The most important skill is to acquire is the skill to learn.

03/05/2020

Tako Education and Education Business Solutions-TEEBS

Free Live Reading Lessons for grades 1-3 children in Zambia via Zoom. For details, join the ETE group. Limited slots!

03/05/2020

Free Live Reading Lessons for grades 1-3 children in Zambia via Zoom. For details, join the ETE group. Limited slots!

29/04/2020

Oasis英会話 淵野辺 相模大野

Online Lessons Via Zoom

Online Lesson

16/02/2020

Teacher, what is your
1. PASSION ( that is what you want to do)
2. PAIN ( that is, the thing preventing you from carrying out your passion)
PLEASE post your answers.

14/02/2020

Oasis英会話 淵野辺 相模大野

Our Grade 4 student.

小学校4年生

12/10/2019

How To Create The Right Mindset In Children- Part 4.

The most effective way to create an innovative mindset in a child is to train him or her how to interpret problems.
When you encounter a problem at home, work, in the community where you live or anywhere else you find yourself, what is the first thought that comes to your mind?
The most common reactions can be represented by one of the following statements;
1. "Why can't SOMEONE do something about this?"
2. "Our GOVERNMENT is useless. They can't even solve a problem as simple as this."
3. " This is the result of having such useless LEADERS."
4. " I WISH I had more money. I would surely do something about this."
I'm sure you have heard more statements similar to these, interpreted, "It's not my fault, I'm not responsible, I'm not able to do anything, it's NOT MY DUTY!"
In order to create the right innovative mindset in children, they have to be trained to embrace the following statements when they encounter problems.
1. "Is there anything I can do about this problem?"
2. "What do I need to learn in order to help with solving this problem?"
3. "Who can I think of who can help ME do something about this problem."
4. "Has this problem been experienced by someone else or somewhere else before? If so what exactly was done to solve the problem?"
The interpretation of these statements is, "How am I RESPONSIBLE?.
Children raised in an environment where personal responsibility is rare cannot grow up into adults that embrace personal responsibility. But rather they grow up into adults that feel entitled to everything they need. Therefore, when they rise to a position of influence, there first priority is to make sure they amass what they think they are entitled to. Therefore, if we want to build responsible future leaders, we have to teach children to embrace personal responsibility and innovation.
Personal responsibility gives the WHY to do and innovation is the WHAT to do.
To teach personal responsibility to your children or students, you need to first come up with a LIST of things that the children must do for themselves and explain it to the children. In a classroom environment, children must make sure their desk is neat and orderly, for example. Or they have to make sure they clean up after any activity. In the home environment, the kids can be taught to keep their rooms clean or make sure they put away anything that they find lying in a wrong place. To foster personal responsibility, you have to clearly outline rules and standard procedures that children must abide by and clearly outline the consequences of not abiding by the known rules and procedures. And every time a child breaks the rules, make sure you follow through with the outlined consequences.

In order to foster the innovative mindset in children, you need to train the children to always NOT complain about problems but rather think about finding solutions to problems. Teach the kids they have great capacity to find solutions to problems that grumpy adults have never found solutions to. Emphasize that for them to become avid problem solvers, they need to learn ALL THE TIME. And that is why they go to school. Since there isn't enough time at school to learn everything, they need to do research on their own. Instead of spending hours on end playing computer games or on social media, they need to use the gadgets they have access to help them learn about problem solving.
Also make sure you keep them away from speeches of some professors who attribute all problems to political leaders. Instead, teach the children that they need to be responsible because they might become a political leader themselves one day. Therefore, they have a personal responsibility to become a good leader.

In Oasis English School, I developed a four step process that we employ to help develop learning and other good habits in children. The four steps have proved very effective. The beginning was not easy though but with persistence, good results started showing in ways I had not anticipated. Here are the four steps which you can follow to help you develop the right mindset in children.

Step 1. Set A Goal
Most children are expected to do something but the problem is it is not clear what they should get at the end of the day. If you want to have good results with children, you need to develop the habit of setting goals, both long term and short term. Generally children have no use for long term goals even if you explained them clearly, so you can keep the long term goals to yourself. Break all your long term goals into simple activities that children can easily understand and do today in order to be where you want them to be in three years. Clarify what you want the children to accomplish today or tomorrow? When you give the goals, make them very simple and clear. Avoid giving multiple goals at the same time as this tends to confuse children. Make them to be part of the goal setting process so that they feel responsible for the goal. For example, instead of saying, "Read from page 1 to 5 and answer the questions on page 6. And if you have more time, go to page 7 and do one or two quizzes, that's up to you." An average child will not go beyond the first activity. Most will do nothing not because they do not want to but rather because they feel paralyzed.
A better way would be to say, " Let's turn to page 1. What's the title at the top? Fine, the story covers pages 1 to 5. There are questions on page 6, let's read them together." And then, "Do you have any problems?" Then deal with any issues that might arise. Confirm that the students understand the tasks.
Then, "Fine, now tell me, what time are you planning to do the homework at home, is it before you eat dinner? Decide and let me know. Make sure you do it at that time, because you decided it YOURSELF!"

Step 2. Motivate
In order to get the children to do what they need to do after the goals have been made simple and clear, we motivate the children to work towards the goals. In Oasis we use multiple methods. We have a reward system where children get rewards for completing given tasks, for working consistently, and for applying extra effort, and so on. The rewards are simple inexpensive items, including stickers, toys and healthy snacks like rice crackers. Children do not care much about the value of the reward, They just love the fact that their effort has been recognized and rewarded. We also motivate them by talking to them about the benefits of working hard and consistently. Students keep a reading record card, which is a record of their accomplishment which motivates them to do more. We do not have rewards for the smartest child, the best test score and such which focus on a child's natural gift or talent. But rather, we reward hard work and consistency, which the children have control over.

Step 3. Monitor.
Once the children have been given activity goals and have been motivated, we have a system to monitor their activities, to make sure they do them when they should. We use both simple technology built in the system we use and the reading record card, both of which explanation is beyond the scope of this article.

Step 4. Evaluate and Assess.
The fourth step is to determine whether the students are making progress and whether what we are doing is effective. We do so by setting achievement benchmarks for EACH child. Each child is assessed as an individual. We look at relative progress for each child by asking the simple question, "Where was this child yesterday and where is she today? How far or near is she to what she could achieve?"
We also encourage students to take the English proficiency tests consistently. This serves the two roles of motivation and assessment. The results on the test have been so good that grades 3 and 4 children are passing the national proficiency test meant for grade 9, and grades 5 and 6 are passing that for grades 10 to 12 (high school).

When you train children to look at problems through the lens of a curious problem solver with the goal to find solutions to them and guide them in order to develop the habit to learn how to solve the problems, you can raise children with the innovative mindset. When these children grow up, they will become knowledgeable habitual learners and responsible problem solvers. And that is the essence of Education That Endures, ETE.

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