Learning opportunities at Ol Pejeta are limitless!
From live sessions with rangers and caregivers in the company of the last northern white rhinos on the planet to spending time with everyone’s favourite blind black rhino, Baraka, or a trip through Sweetwaters chimpanzee sanctuary, this is an opportunity for classrooms worldwide to participate and learn about conservation.
Learners including school groups and teachers, parents and their children now have a unique opportunity to further their understanding of nature, conservation and extinction by being part of our virtual education opportunities. These virtual lessons offer fresh, inspiring, engrossing, and effective learning content.
Ol Pejeta’s virtual classrooms adapt to the needs of students in all age groups. Our virtual lessons are not only interactive but collaborative. Educators and their students can now build relationships with an array of content specialists working within Ol Pejeta Conservancy. Experienced rangers, safari guides, wildlife, livestock and landscape scientists, filmmakers, among others are available to engage learners from all over the world.
We structure the virtual classroom schedule to fit on and off school calendars with individualised patterns. Our online classrooms give learners greater freedom to engage with the material up close. For example, a lesson on extinction will bring students up close to the last northern white rhinos on the planet. This behind-the-scenes approach ensures learners get firsthand information.
For a donation of $100, virtual classrooms will be part of Ol Pejeta’s community development initiatives in raising scholarships support for bright but needy children.
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