A new type of workshop in Macae, Brazil (Day 3)
I'm writing to you one last time from the collaborative workshop in beautiful Macae, Brazil. The experience has opened my eyes once again to the unrelenting dedication of the SEED coordinators, volunteers, educators, and staff, whithout whom these special events could not be possible, or nearly as impactful as they are; and to the unmatched spirit and energy of the teachers, students, administrative staff, and their families at our SEED schools, who have taught me not only new principles about science and technology, but about the desire to learn in today's classroom.
Here are a few pictures from today's events, and a short video at the end.
I look forward to reporting to you again from the next SEED workshop so that the inspiration of our teachers and students can be lifted to higher skies around the world.
Signing off for now,
Teachers from school Maria Isabel D Simao Rio De Janeiro Gizella Lazzaretti and Marcelle Augusta Monteiro Rocha, and teacher Flavio Campos Silva from Barao de Maua School in Aracaju.
Brazil SEED Coordinator Zenobio Matos shows teacher Erica Carvalho de Moura
from Maria Isabel D Simao School how to registered on PlanetSEED
Group number 1 "Aprendiz" display their project "Collection and Reuse of Rain Water
and Solar Energy in a Domestic Environment"
Student Bruno from Aracajiu School is programming his Gogo Board (Group number 2 Contrar).
Student Evandro and teacher Aurenice Pecanha, from Pro Maria Isabel D Simao School,
are programming in Scratch.
Director Maria Cristina Santon from Barao de Maua School (in Aracaju)
and student Anny from Maria Isabel D Simao School are enjoying programming a Gogo Board together.
Student Rafael from Maria Isabel D Simao School in Macae, Principal of Governador Dienal Tavares Queiroz Marta Dantas School, and student Breno from Maria Isabel D Simao School in Macae.
Teacher of Barao de Maua School from Aracaju Elio Tavares dos Santos
and Brazil SEED Coordinator Zenobio Matos.
Personal Manager Ignacio Armento Conde discusses the principals of SmartWired with students.
Here's a short video from the workshop: