Toy Night at Zareinu Educational Centre
As part of this year’s curriculum, students at eight different schools throughout Toronto have been involved in an incredible program called, Teaching Tolerance Through Toys. The T4 Project provides its participants with 5 hypothetical case studies about a child at the Zareinu Educational Centre. The case studies provide the student with a description of a certain disability, such as Autism Spectrum Disorder, and will then further explain the challenges this child faces daily. The student, through their knowledge of the arts, math and sciences must create a toy designed for their case study. On May 24th at the Zareinu Educational Centre in Thornhill, the work of the students in the T4 Project was showcased for the principal and board members of the Centre to have a look at. Guests who attended the Centre to take a look at these toys were highly impressed with the students and their designs, showing that our youth can provide some remarkable answers when given the opportunity to help their peers.
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