ACCESSIBLE PEDAGOGICAL MATERIALS
The Accessible Pedagogical Materials Project is a training program that combines education and technology and is aimed at state-school educators. It uses new technologies as a tool to ensure that all students (with and without disabilities) have access to learning in regular classes.
Each school defines a pedagogical challenge and based on this builds Accessible Pedagogical Material, which through technology will contribute to the teaching-learning process. Since 2018, more than 150 collaborative prototypes have been produced in face-to-face and online formats.
TOY LAB - TOYS FOR ALL
Through 3D printing technology, we create dolls that value and rescue Brazilian culture and discuss issues such as: gender, ethnicity, aesthetic standards, representation and visibility, among others.
During the workshops, the creators draw up narratives and manually customize the dolls with fabrics, paint, hair and other materials.
For us, playing is a serious business! Our dolls act as mediators that help us reflect and express what we want to say to the world!
PROGRAMMING AND ROBOTICS
Who says learning robotics and programming is difficult?
Programming, electronics, digital fabrication and robotics are some of the tools we use for creatively and innovatively developing courses, projects and gadgets that are accessible and inexpensive and that make learning by doing more and more fun.