My interest is to share intercultural experiences through the arts. Development of inclusive syllabus which could foster equity in education by promoting the inclusion of literary arts in the subject ‘Creative and Performing Arts’, encourage the teaching of the arts as a truly integrated subject and to involve community members in teaching the arts based on the communities’ cultural discourse. In such curricula storytelling becomes an aspect through which people of different cultures and educational levels could meet and share knowledge. Community members could contribute toward the education of thier children. The education on and care of the local environment, which in remote and rural areas of Botswana, is often not the home of the teacher, could be better handled when teachers collaborate with villagers.
This kind of collaborative action research involving all stakeholders could be used to explore the inclusion of political aspects of Community Based Education and the extension of intercultural education towards subjects other than the arts.