In September 2016, Golestan Training, the fruitful charitable situated in Berkeley, California, will make yet another earth shattering commitment to the universe of kids’ instruction by propelling a multilingual elementary school with three separate double drenching dialect tracks- – Arabic/English, Hebrew/English, and Persian/English. The school coordinates hands-on experiential learning with an extraordinary scholarly educational modules.
In this model, understudies are inundated in one double dialect track (Arabic/English, Hebrew/English, or Persian/English) for the center of their learning, while likewise being a piece of one strong group that shares each other’s organization, space, and assets. They likewise take an interest in public exercises, for example, lunch, break, congregations, games, music, and classes trained in English.
“There is so much that unites these societies, thus much that we can gain from each other, but there are not very many open doors for commending our likenesses,” says Yalda Modabber, Official Executive of Golestan Instruction. “This school will give a space to youngsters to be drenched in a legacy dialect, while at the same time offering them a place to build up a various group of companions.”
The elementary school becomes out of Golestan Training’s notorious Persian dialect submersion preschool and after school program, Golestan Kids. The program, which propelled in 2008, was the first of its kind in the nation – one that effectively consolidates full-Persian dialect inundation with a hands-on way to deal with a rich educational modules.
While the Golestan Kids school is situated in Berkeley, California, the school’s showing model has resounded with individuals all inclusive. From the San Francisco Narrows Range, to Toronto, to Nepal, and past, teachers and people from more than 50 groups have looked for conference and support to execute the Golestan show in their groups.
Golestan Instruction will open the entryways of the new multicultural elementary school in September 2016.
Built up in 2008, Golestan has been utilizing its preschool and afterschool programs as a model for helping different groups of all dialects to make their optimal learning environment the nation over and abroad. The association additionally creates showing materials and gives support to teachers and guardians in their endeavors to bring up bilingual youngsters.