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Unlock the world: STEM Brasil

by World Education & Development Fund (Worldfund)
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Unlock the world: STEM Brasil
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Italo, STEM Brasil student
Italo, STEM Brasil student

“The practical classes that the STEM Brasil program offers are really good. Everything is very dynamic and we become more involved with what is happening in the classroom. There is always an experiment behind a theory, and that makes us understand more clearly what is being taught. Because of STEM Brasil I found out that I want to become a programmer."

- Italo, student at EE Oswaldo Aranha, a STEM Brasil participating school, São Paulo, Brazil

 

“I really like practical activities, they are very different classes. STEM Brasil makes you shift from this observer position and you become part of the class, as a key player. You do a lot more and therefore, you learn a lot more.”

- Jessica, student at EE Oswaldo Aranha, a STEM Brasil participating school, São Paulo, Brazil 

Jessica, STEM Brasil student
Jessica, STEM Brasil student

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Boeing leaders testimonials while visiting a STEM Brasil sponsored school, in August 2017 in São Paulo

STEM Brasil and Worldfund thanks Donna Hrinack, Marc Allen and The Boeign Company for being so supportive.

Marc Allen, Boeing International President

"Thanks for the visit here at the school today, It is incredible, a great chance to remember the importance of STEM. There is nothing more important than kids who are willing to study science, technology, engineering and mathematics .

Because it just opens a way to their future.

Studying these topics and subjects, gives them so many skills, and will send them on in life to universities, to work for companies like Boeing, and to build the next satellite systems that will go into space, and frankly, the rockets that will take people to Mars for the first time in the next 10-15 years.

Thanks for the chance to share this school with me, this is great, it really means a lot."

Donna Hrinak, Boeing Latin America & Caribbean President

"I was so happy to see the Worldfund project today. Because I have seen how the teachers are instructed to give this kinds of classroom classes. And then today I saw the students, I saw the results of the teacher instructions, so it was a perfect 360 view of what Worldfund does."

Video available at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BVrM_tJCkeA

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World Education & Development Fund (Worldfund)

Location: Sao Paulo, SP - Brazil
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Twitter: @educando_org
Project Leader:
Paula Bon
Sao Paulo, SP Brazil

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