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tv   After School - Armenia  Al Jazeera  April 4, 2018 6:32am-7:00am +03

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a day before the supreme court decides whether he should starting sentence. coming up next revolution cation. just. saying. photojournalists decided to sacrifice their integrity for out in the media opinion the listening post at this time on al jazeera education matters the universal rights to expand arise and offer better prospects the pulse to a better life yet around the globe schools an institution of. systems been deemed to be no longer. rethinking what schools are and how they were identifying the thrill of the knowledge needed in the twenty first century and now a new wave of rebel education is sweeping. educate and a radically changed the way. challenging the old and buck.
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creating opportunities which will affect individual and tired community. since ninety one i mean it has been changing quite fast but you can still feel the legacy and the luggage that came from the soviet union and its past i proceed to came to i mean one nine hundred ninety seven when i was involved in an internet based educational project a few years later when i moved to a menial i realized i mean in educational systems even though he's really good
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in a sense but he was lacking the creativity the flexibility the problem solving and there is a peak need to link education with technology and be able to develop a new generation of competitive i mean. this says to me all this is an afterschool program for a young twelve to eighteen year old they come free of charge and this is the place where art meets technology and where students get to create their or nonbeing plan
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it is a place where we put them in an environment where they can absorb as much as possible . i don't ask because my numbers are that is not in my opinion and number two not. in words ok so. one of the beauties of two more is being able to invite amazing professionals from around the world sometimes i mean yes sometimes and i mean yes but who knows by the way that sprouts coming and being able to teach and bombard them with all the
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solo each and every source says that this professionals have to use all of the kind of. thinking about horses who each one of us can share. music can share some beautiful ideas to work in a team to collaborate to create something really great while you do it's really unique opportunity and i'm very excited that the first of the big get fluid to love me this interest and work for me just sucked it up other young men into my i don't have the grades and if you feel it's ok you learn from failure but in school you fail it's bad you have to do more good than stuff so should we have them go rewrite the verse yeah newberg not the rewrite new version entirely the verse to compress the rabbit throat it will trash let me see the lyrics you do what you used to live and you decide your path here's what i would you you're you're pre-court this
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brings in the idea that you're under the same skies without saying good words guys and then you're chorus puts the two together. all right i was attacked do if you prefer. it's a tall order it's really cool to see just even and weekly you guys have done with some of the things that we've talked you know it's really impressive and we go on and we talk about like how impressed we are by that stuff up and it's been so much fun like there's so much yet to show you i really can't throw one of cool stuff with you guys without. you. knowing you be ready to go for something else you know that's also on the mind was take your time that way when i came here the first day i was like was like this doesn't look like a technology school you come here and it looks like like the crime lab in a television show with like these huge snakes of wires everywhere and robots and like the the newest technology the newest design it's it's such an incredible
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opportunity and i don't i don't just think by oh it's an incredible opportunity if you're from armenia it's an incredible opportunity for anyone anywhere right to see this facility it's an outstanding facility and it's very well run it's right to move with you know we could play yes. right sitting clearly in the jungle much but then. said the boss but it could by
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the out i. could just make a detour encountered already took us over mink start us and you're the bank you're committing you're going to come with it. on a stomach that i've written i might have affection but look nicer to our shock shock children at the shot or i should. shut up i was sort of already and that's that has four tires the momentum is both covered in public and cravings got oh me i think you should be a good little. me thought he could hear him. talk about us cuss over this with the boy and have left j. m c r us and make into my demijohn. that if that's not going to have no bearing on the first thank you for a fill in for a picture which cake make what and where it hits were bits. of it.
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bring the difference to a chance for success and soon soon to walk. we're told them how to do the graffiti how to build the defeated outer how to sketch the letters and the most important goods and i mean you could do it in their own letters. this workshop was amazing and it's very fun to work with omar my mind is just cool with all that i learned here i think every kid
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wants to be here should be it to him or if it's amazing. being teenager is really difficulty being at the top of the r.c. church teachers are from the soviet. system so do you arabic come here just about what you learned but here you are to him it's news to people who have new ideology able to tell you a lot so this is really unique place here they say here is your have trained here is your campus go and do whatever you want to do. it's the first time they used and the first time to do a compass so for me this one it's if i sign my name i could sort of choice several thousand dollars that i think the outcome of. the students was really impressed.
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me. right then. by the way the last was eleven years ago we decided to move out which was quite a decision. but within the realize we're moving here for for that long with other coming for one or two year assignment. which ended up being an eleven year kind of lifetime this is and. i think that the thing we murdered about most having five children at different ages was their education we didn't know whether we were ruining their future or giving them a huge opportunity. i remember our. one of our younger sons crying when they first saw the can the school conditions in which he would would have to study just the physical state of the school or something he was not used to and of course any time your child cries a parent the things what am i doing today it turns out ok though.
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they're me education system is very traditional it's a lot of rote learning you go home you do your homework you come back the teacher lectures you now a lot of activities in class i had a lot of tests the saying indefinite left its mark because most of my speeches at least were teachers back then so their form of teaching their form of strict teaching and stayed with them was in the you know the new. i think. the new. sounds like keeping up because. my parents are very large from education obviously my mother being an education specialist and my dad always had a passion for it so. what army a school lacked in their creativity and innovation they really fostered it and like
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that they never got the chance to do. i'm going to be some of the green i'll. give break is the second city i mean. it was demolished by the earthquake he really didn't get to recover completely after the earthquake you can still see the damages and. after they were never able to cover and it still is very vivid in their memories. a lot of international came and they they tried to rebuild it but it was mismanage the fact that he was describing a lot of cooption. misuse of. resources. it
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was a waste that's a shade of course we're all trying to recover that now and leave the past and think about the future and it's happening but it took time. so this is to hold your marine with open the doors a year ago we started this project with six hundred sudanese mind it's true up to nine hundred ninety two thousand five hundred and we have a waiting list off three hundred more. we consider holding the line. you can see your target. if you do screenings or. not here are you tired. of everything in. the world
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that the. yeah you know. the way. the are going. so it are going to see our new tomorrow i know i know you're going to say are you crazy but this is it they i'm in love with this place this is a big challenge for us but this is when we saw it we all fell in love we said this is it this is the space we're going to convert this to an amazing tomorrow it used to be an alternator i think if i'm not mistaken it was built in eight hundred sixty it went through two big earthquakes it was the home of the first opera it's
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a it's a very important to me an opera and every time i get here i i feel it i can feel i can feel the key it i can feel the people i can feel the spirit. it's not like you're building something from scratch very easy to do no we are solving the problem and we want the kids to understand that that along you life through your professional life you always have to solve problems to be creative to find solutions to make it exciting and that makes to more more interesting i guess the fact that this was difficult difficult project made does right away decide this is it this is what we want to do. because my mom. got zero zero zero zero zero zero zero zero. zero zero zero. zero zero
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nada. last time a sports car you could hang one tradition across many more months because paul has been caught funny church of. not according to my notice my return to the boats. would have been would seem to know more tickets also here's what i would do we've got the bulk of the song absolutely but i'll do it one more pass of. the end there may be so proud don't just. say. the funky. well you know that your metal music well done. well. i am doing the most important. for tomorrow it is important to spread it not only in the main cities it is
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important to find a solution for different ledgers for the free market area house to see how we can contribute to the development up to scare us and how we can help people to stay and be able to work in areas where they were born and great. and only go through this kind of writings out. in the stores and got this meeting in the open for housman boys you guy are there and there's just one boris yes mr you and then they speak of me john john because from last in the if me the star single bit of a horseman to move in last moved us the clue they knew is that they get their butts good or thin buns were sent girl a beautiful obvious book thank you shots coming to movie to work us market beast
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needs believe it on a day number just doesn't want to lean on me so restoring to the daily beast through the months going to be in there made up with her and having fun with the rest of us google books now one hundred already are there some show. well loved ones and there aren't out there so. oh oh oh. oh oh oh oh. oh oh oh oh oh oh oh oh oh oh oh oh oh oh oh oh i believe that this demonstration zz have a positive aspect to the lives of the citizens in armenia it's part of the
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growing pains that the population is going through two words a brighter future and a more democratic future for the country. and i guess it is a learning moment for all of us it is a learning moment for our students because we're not only thinking about teaching them giving them resources but we also want them to become active citizens people who understand what they want make their own choices for their lives this country needs active citizens needs active participants and these young generation the new generation is going to be part of at.
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least in fulton that people see what you are doing when we first asked his deputy which leaders to come to clean up our main idea was to drill the performance go down the wall of the city. they want to go back to for me to paint something and they gave me a lot of support. you two did speak to storm off. and you put something to do you think. i got three students here with me. i wanted to bring all the sixteen but it's a bit hard to recall sixty and. they helped me a lot with everything. i asked for permission by the was of about a mission it was not written permission and i knew that i shouldn't go for
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a compression once you got to compare michelle yet into detail and i knew that going to that the tally was going to be enough. for me first thing is to preserve the childhood you do after discipline weren't in lebanon we used to watch it a lot so it seems odd to me and for me he's like oh and i have a savior i don't know from every teacher everyone can look at it in a different way graffitti is of course controversial. you're doing art but sometimes the government or or gay authorities are not seeing it as an art piece if they're seeing it as damaging the walls of the city. so the fact there is participating in the act like that is something important for us because it means that we're bringing change we're bringing a new culture just scares.
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for your. listeners. the fact that everybody complains about schools and that schools are killing creativity is that if we can turn education into something it's not about fun that it's something interesting and something that's the most important and making people like what they're doing and i guess would create more spaces and places to more where you can make that happen this can be
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a model towards what education should be geared to and how learning should happen. we have been planning their fifth anniversary of tomorrow for a while now everybody was looking forward for this event and this day but because of some incidents happening in the city. the opposition start. protesting and organizing meetings and in the middle of the night last night we discussed it again and again and we felt something is wrong we should stop doing and medical research ain't gonna know my child's heart on my source telling me to tar all my. children. i'm an inch how many inch cherry on how marketing. save on meds are said on many charter length pipes tank on the over over the bum harmonica for good. cheer. to mimic bites me or on my dick as
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if i think how many chunks out of the. me you can still. remember remember a bit of my time the only time.
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