OMODEOperation Mode (Pirelli)
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Se obinrin le ri oko ki inu re ma dun ni Ki lo de ti inu re ko dun nigba ti o ri mi Awon omode n gbadun ara won pelu eye Eyin omo nimi ile, eyin agba nimi ile Qkunrin, obimin, omode ati agba Arijo ariyo ni fun eni to ba ri omo tuntun Qmo tuntun ni mi bayii E wabamijo Iranti
For example, at Ile Omode, the children are well versed and have a fundamental understanding of the seven virtues of Ma'at, i.e., truth, justice, harmony, balance, order, reciprocity, propriety (Karenga 2006).
The research question is: What are the effects of Afrocentric pedagogy on critical community awareness and cultural identity of Black youth ages 11-13 at Ile Omode School in Oakland?
Ile Omode is an African-centered private school located in Oakland, California.
The principal investigator also interviewed two eight-grade teachers at the Ile Omode school: the math teacher and the social science teacher.
The data collected from interviews and observations provided indicators of how their experience with Ile Omode's Afrocentric pedagogy affects their attitudes about themselves, African Americans and their immediate community.
The principal investigator employs semi-structured interviews along with observation data collection in order to provide an understanding of the students' and teachers' experience with the Afrocentric pedagogy that is utilized at Ile Omode.
The interview data was collected from 15 out of 18, 8th grade students at Ile Omode. Fifteen 8th graders turned in all approval forms and agreed to participate in the 30-minute interview process.
Claim: 10 out of 15 interviewed students indicated that the lunches and fresh food made readily daily at Ile Omode helps them focus on the learning experience.
Interviewee # 1 "age: 13" 8th grade female stated: Yes, I do like going to Ile Omode. The schoolwork is difficult, but it's always a good feeling to know that
All 15 interviewees indicated that the community aspect of the learning experience at Ile Omode has helped them advance academically while simultaneously contextualizing their reality.
(xvi) Thus, proverbs such as 'Abanije n ba ara re je' (xvii) (He who destroys others destroys himself), 'A ki i lahun k'a ni iyi' (xviii) (We cannot be stingy and be honourable), 'A ki i ni otito ni inu k'a gbawin ika s'orun' (xix) (We don't know the truth and take delight in wrong doings), and 'Apeepo l'ehin agba, agba un bo wa kan o, k' awon omode r'ohun pa' (xx) (he who strips the bark from the back of an elder (i.e.