Educational Videos in Haitian Creole

Haitian Creole is a fairly young language, aging between 200 and 300 years old. While there is much overlap with French, it is a completely different language. However, there is a severe lack of educational materials in the Creole language. While some institutions like Educa Vision have developed an array of books in Haitian Creole, there is a strong lack of educational videos and other such resources available online for educators. We have started developing short videos in Creole that simply teach varying important topics. A huge thanks to Virginia Tech professors Kim Carlson and Angela Anderson for engaging their students in this project. If you are an educator that would like to collaborate on a similar project, please email GrassrootsSchools@gmail.com.

Here are some videos we have done so far. Many more to come! We hope that educators teaching Haitian Creole speaking students find them useful:

The importance of clean water:

The scientific method:

Energy and its different sources:

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle:

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