Education and Exercise: The C-Fit Blog

  • Education Inspiration

    Shukla Bose on educating poor children

    Activist Shukla Bose admits that she and her compatriates with the Parikrma Humanity Foundation were mind-boggled when they first set out to educate the children of India’s slums — 200 million of whom should be in school but simply aren’t. In this talk from TEDIndia 2009, Bose explains how they put the statistics out of mind and went about their mission in the only way they could — by going one child at a time.

    Find the original posting on TEDBlog.

     

  • Education Inspiration

    Kakenya Ntaiya: The first school for Maasai girls

    For Maasai girls, childhood is focused on preparing them for marriage, which will happen for many as early as age 12 or 13. With great reverence for her culture, Kakenya Ntaiya shares how she agreed to participate in a genital mutilation ceremony … in exchange for permission to continue her education. In this talk from TEDxMidAtlantic, she reveals why it was so important to her to go to college, become a teacher and start the first all-girls school in her village — all with the support of her elders.

    Find the original posting on TEDBlog.

  • Indoor Obstacle Course

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  • Movement Dice

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    Get your kids’ fitness plan on a roll with a set of homemade movement dice. Find more details at Parents.com.

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