Articles tagged: SAT-7 ACADEMY
FAST-PACED SHOW WIDENS YOUNG PEOPLE’S HORIZONS
Youth talking to youth: this is the theme of iNews, one of the many engaging educational shows on SAT-7 ACADEMY. Almost 100 episodes have been made so far, with two more being filmed every week, says Fadi Taher, the director of Icon Media, a Cairo production house that creates a number of programmes screened by SAT-7.
FAMOUS TENOR SINGS FOR SAT-7 ACADEMY
On Thursday 7 June an exciting musical event is raising awareness of SAT-7 ACADEMY. The talented Norwegian tenor Sveinung Hølmebakk is performing at a free promotional concert in Lebanon to raise awareness of SAT-7 ACADEMY’s work.
PARTNERING TO REACH CHILDREN EVERYWHERE
As well as enabling millions of children to learn in homes and informal refugee settlements, SAT-7 ACADEMY is making a difference in classrooms. The channel will soon be used in two very different educational settings in Lebanon: the Cultural Heritage and Interactive Learning Development (CHILD) Centre for refugees, and a local private school.
CHILDREN LEARN VALUABLE LIFE LESSONS THROUGH STORIES
Karim and Nour are the fictional brother and sister who feature in My Story, a new My School segment series. Through the pair’s adventures and experiences, young viewers learn valuable life lessons taught by storyteller Nada Kastoun Saab.
“MY SCHOOL BENEFITS ME AND MY GRANDCHILDREN”
Searching for something educational and engaging for his grandchildren to watch on television, Boutros came across SAT-7 ACADEMY’s program My School. Now, watching My School together has become a regular family activity that benefits and bonds two generations.
ADDRESSING PROBLEMS THAT CAN NO LONGER BE IGNORED
SAT-7 ACADEMY is serving the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) by providing creative programs that are helping to address the region’s most prevalent issues.
TALENTED STAR LENDS HIS VOICE TO SAT-7 ACADEMY
The exciting new program Be Flex is a drama with a difference. The show stars Abanob Flex, a professional ventriloquist who uses his unique talents to teach families important life lessons. Its engaging and humorous approach is perfect for frustrated parents in need of practical advice.
REMARKABLE PROGRESS FOR TRAUMATISED CHILDREN
The recently launched Cultural Heritage and Interactive Learning Development (CHILD) Centre is an alternative learning facility for Syrian refugee children without other access to education. The students are making remarkable progress, with children who were broken, traumatised, and fearful becoming happy, thriving learners.