Draft Finalized on Purposeful Play Curriculum

This month, the Palestinian curriculum was drafted by the 20 Palestinian coaches on purposeful play outside the classroom. This curriculum will be reviewed by the course educators to be finalized and used by the Palestinian institutions.
20 Palestinian coaches and counselors were selected as candidates for the first accredited program in Palestine, in cooperation with the Ministry of Education, UNRWA and youth centers. This program is supported by The Catalyst Foundation for Universal Education, and is organized by Coaches Across Continents (CAC) and Palestine: Sports for Life (PS4L).  The program equips coaches with initiating Education Outside the Classroom, impacting the UNSDGs and Safe-Guarding Child Rights through Purposeful Play methodologies.

In the next stage, the coaches will begin sessions on child safeguarding
Here are some testimonials of candidates in the Accredited Trainers Program:
"The course had a great impact on me, because it gave me an opportunity to fill in the time and stimulate my thinking and creativity. This is the first of its kind in Palestine, and so I gained support and respect from many people around me."
- Anisa Odeh, PE teacher, Qalqilya

"I have benefited and learned a great deal throughout my time working with CAC Palestinian Hub, it gave me joy to have learned and achieved new works to give back to my community."
- Maysoun Nakleh, PS4L Sports and Sife skills Trainer, Ramallah

" The course is amazing, it has given me the opportunity to learn more educational programs and ideas that are important to us as educators to develop children through sports and play,  with the space to be creative and room for peer learning to have more impact  in the community"
- Maysa Jaber, Latin Secondary School, Taybeh, Ramallah
CAC Candidates & Educators