• Tabshoura Kindergarten

    Is a free trilingual e-learning platform for KG1, KG2 and KG3, based on the Lebanese curriculum.

  • Tabshoura School

    Is a free trilingual e-learning platform for the middle school. The program is based on the new Lebanese curriculum.

  • Tabshoura STEAM

    S.T.E.A.M. stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts & Maths. It’s a project-learning based system, which means that children will no longer learn through specific courses but rather through projects.

  • Wirash

    Wirash enhances the creativity and potential of each children. New ways of teaching such as acting or drawing workshops are shaped by the personality of each child and their interactions.

Empowering Vulnerable Communities

Lebanese Alternative Learning is an NGO which aims to develop alternative educational resources through technology and creative interventions. A network of educators, education technology experts, artists and communication specialists are working together to enhance teaching methods and practices in Lebanon. Our priority is to empower vulnerable communities and ensure all children receive an engaging and effective learning experience and avoid school dropouts.

2750

Students

36

Content Developpers

12

Educational Centers

50

Volunteers

Volunteering

  • The important thing is not to stop questioning. Curiosity has its own reason for existing.
    Albert Einstein

    I am majoring in Civil Engineering because I am fascinated by large structures, towers and bridges. By choosing something I love, education suddenly transformed from a boring thing I have to do into a fun thing I want to do. My interest in Girls Can Count project stems from my belief that everyone deserves the chance I’ve been given to pursue education and do what they love.

    Amani NASR
  • 80% of the effects come from 20% of the causes.
    Pareto Principle

    After majoring in Telecommunications, I realized my passion lies elsewhere and oriented my career towards the world of Data. Since then, I try to convince people around me to do something they love for a living. Being passionate about what we daily do is very important to me.

    As a math enthusiast, I joined the Girls Can Count project to facilitate the teaching of this beautiful subject. Since I believe that the whole educational system is wrong, I see a bright future for LAL, because of the values they defend and the change it wants to accomplish.

    Ary BERBERIAN
  • Only the Fruitful Tree will Have Stones Thrown At.

    I majored in Electro-mechanical engineering; I am an outgoing and composed person and always aiming high while consistently striving for success and great achievements.

    Rybal Chebly Rybal CHEBLY
  • I am Civil Engineering graduate and I helped in developing the content in Tabshoura STEAM because nothing feels better than sharing what you know with people who want to learn from you.

    I hope that my contribution can make a difference.

    Marlyne KARIM
  • I have organized several fundraising events for LAL, among them: two “Du bac à la scène” theater plays, a race for education, a movie screening and I have participated in the planning of various LAL workshops, events, and projects.

    I have enjoyed working “backstage”, as a fundraiser, because I understood the value of these donations. As well as fieldwork, as a planner and assistant in various workshops, which gave me the opportunity to have interactions with the children LAL is helping.

    Andréa FAHED
  • Hello! My name is Sarah-Jane
    I was a LAL volunteer from January 2016 to March 2016. This 3 month were super awesome! I had an overview of the diverse work of LAL: I’ve been to schools in the Bekaa to interview the teachers about Tabshoura, supported in the movie making of the Tabshoura’s website and created content for social media and the website!

    The (super) team was composed of a dozen people working on Tabshoura kindergarten.
    I’m happy to see that in less than a year a lot of people joined the LAL’s family and contributed to the quick growth and the great work for alternative ways of learning adapted to all!

    Sarah Jane FAHED

Our Deployment Strategies

- Can I use Tabshoura if I don't have an Internet connection?
- YES! Keep reading...

Team LAL

Lebanese Alternative Learning Team

Jo HAYEK Producer

Let’s think creative!

Jo holds a B.A. in Audio-Visual Arts, an M.A. in Cinema and TV, and a DESS in Audio-Visual Marketing and Distribution.

He has over 15 years experience as a producer.

His work with CNN, covering major conflicts in the Middle East, has opened his eyes and driven him to give back to the community.

Nayla FAHED Co-Founder and CEO

I believe that small initiatives can make a big difference.

Nayla is a professor of Education and French Literature at the Saint Joseph University of Beirut. She holds a PhD in French Literature. She supported the education of children with cancer in Lebanon by leading, for the NGO Myschoolpulse, a project of an e-learning platform that helps sick children keep up with school. The positive feedback encouraged her to take the project further and found the Lebanese Alternative Learning initiative.

Nagi GHORRA Co-Founder & Vice President

Online learning is not the next big thing, it is the now big thing.
Donna J. Abernathy

Nagi is an e-Learning specialist and works as an consultant to private companies (NGO’s, scientific associations, banks, insurance companies…) in the organization of their internal training programs. After working for more than 15 years in the academic field as course creator, e-learning teacher and administrator of the e-learning platform at Saint Joseph University in Beirut – Lebanon, he is now dedicated to the development and the administration of the Tabshoura e-learning platform.

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