Stories that make the difference

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    “Knowledge is everything to me! Without it, the world is very small.”

    Francisca Lopes

    Sewing the Future project participant.

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    “Because the time is passed when women would just stay home or sewing was just to keep them busy and earn a little spare cash. Today we are prepared to run businesses and supply large companies.”

    Nany Martins

    Charlotte Arte e Costura cofounder and Sewing the Future project participant

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    “It isn’t just to supplement income. It is to actually generate it!”

    Josino Gomes

    Sewing the Future project participant.

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    “It is to generate income, but also to help you recognize how far you can go.”

    Eliane Romano

    Charlotte Arte e Costura cofounder and Sewing the Future project participant

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    “We were surprised when we saw the number of traffic accidents that occurred in Brazil. Even more so because many of these accidents are caused by carelessness or a lack of information.”

    Milena Sedrim Adriano

    Prof. Maria Cristina Medeiros ETEC student, Traffic Game of Life project

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    “The project promoted a strong feeling of citizenship in the students. This behavior relates to an essential pillar of technical education that involves the development of citizen agents.”

    Leandro Reginaldo

    Prof. Maria Cristina Medeiros ETEC teacher, Traffic Game of Life project

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    “This is a technical course focused on IT, and we asked students to create websites to promote traffic awareness, using content from different areas. The result was surprising.”

    Cintia Araújo

    Prof. Maria Cristina Medeiros ETEC teacher, Traffic Game of Life project

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    “Knowledge is not just memorizing a formula or who discovered Brazil. It is not simply having information, but asking yourself: How does this relate to my life?”

    Natalia Viana

    Catarina Malfate School teacher, Learning through Art project

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    “When you say that you are a musician who lives in the slums, people expect you to be a DJ or rapper. They wouldn’t think you are talking about classical music.”

    Lucas Andrade

    Baccarelli Institute student

 
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