RDS Rio Negro recebe capacitação e livros do projeto Bases do Aprendizado

22 of October of 2014 - Book has a pedagogy based on the learning experiences

Students Rio Negro participating in the initiative | Photo: Nathalia Flores/FAS

Four municipal schools located on the banks of the Rio Negro received this week books Learning Project Basis, initiative of the Amazonas Sustainable Foundation (FAS) which aims to strengthen education in riverine communities of conservation units (CUs). The schools are located in the Terra Preta community, St. Helena's English, Tumbira and Our Lady. Fatima, belonging to Sustainable Development Reserve (Reserve) Rio Negro. A training project was given to four teachers and 36 elementary school students.

As Escolas Municipais LUcio Ciriato Carmim, Santa Helena, Santa Rita and Moacy Hilario received a kit containing a book “Basis of Learning for Sustainable Development – What we learned today?”, and five paradidáticas read publications. Four books were also donated to the library of the Municipal Education Iranduba / AM.

The material was prepared by FAS and the Lighthouse Communication and Culture (All rights reserved ©), and comprises 60 activity guides (GDA) que apresentam conteUdos formais direcionados ao ensino fundamental, from 1st to 5th year, in an approach to local issues in an interdisciplinary way, highlighting elements and values ????of the Amazonian culture. The pedagogical approach is based on learning by experience, a teaching method focused on the action, participating in an active way as the subject of the teaching-learning process.

O livro se diferencia por ser um conteUdo desenvolvido para região, with the collaboration of educators in the Amazon region. ? um material que dialoga com as elementos locais, generating identity and learning means”, said the supervisor's pedagogical FAS, Nathália Flowers.

The didactic material will be used in 2015 until 2016, in order to strengthen the processes literacy and literacy students in Elementary Education in SDRs Rio Negro, Uatumã, Juma e Mamirauá, beyond the State Forest (Flores) Maués. It is expected to directly benefit about 400 students from six municipalities in the state.