Thus, for SPES - la Société pour la Promotion des Entreprises Spécialisées - our cultural and socio-economic duty is to evolve and promote the most appropriate and cost-effective traditional and modern skills to face the competitive marketing problems of our e-generation challenging era.
A specialized SPES vocational New Training Skills Teacher Trainer monitored from the SPES Q.B. Centre the CLASS system computer slides projection and acted as speaker controlling the two separate groups vocational activity which consisted in a lesson on how to operate a microwave for healthy food cooking using (less fat & less guar) and also how to prepare and cook a Pawpaw fruit recipe.
The 61 children participants (aged 9 - 15) and the Q.B. group were very attentive seen in both series of virtual photos and enjoyed tasting the Pawpaw dessert a few minutes later in their respective centres. The children were very stimulated by this joint communication and interactivity and network activity facility.
Furthermore they also
took turns at a hands-on hour experience on computers
"playing" sports, such as football and underwater fish games
to encourage a healthy liking for dynamic sports.
Before they left for home each one carrying a Pawpaw plant, a few asked if they could attend our Newways of teaching of the SPES "Zaco Sky Skool". We had to tell them ufortunately we had no money but promised that we would organize an OPEN DAY in June for public awareness of our cost-effective vocational multi-literacy interactive project.
Let us hope their little voices can be heard for the global benefit of all children not only in the Mauritian Islands but in all sunny areas of the World seeing that SPES uses mobile solar panels to bridge the Digital Gaps.
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