The workshop was part of Creative Partnerships project by Creativity, Culture & Education with the aim to embed creative teaching and learning within Pakistani school system. I was part of Vasl Artists’ Collective as a Project Coordinator, managing and coordinating the project in more than 12-15 schools as well as collaborating with various artists from the Pakistani art community. As part of this project, I was assigned to work at Al-Murtaza School with Grade 6 students. The project focused on an identified challenge by the school, which was lacking interest in learning Geometry. I collaborated with the maths teacher of that class and designed an innovative curriculum with specific emphasis on learning about various angles - acute, abuse, complementary, supplementary, reflexive, and right angles. I created worksheets and geometry goodie bags to give to the students in each class. By the end of the session, the students had an exhibition of the artworks, which was thoroughly appreciated by the students and the school at large.
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