G-2637

Computer Labs

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Project Description

Region: Other

Country: Brazil

Location: Paraná

Total Budget: $33,682

Area of Focus: Basic education and literacy



CREATION OF FIVE COMPUTER LABORATORIES FOR MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS OF EDUCATION;

- Contribute to the instrumentalization and use of computer resources by students: their various equipment, their basic and educational software, professionalization tools, possibilities of communication through networks;

- Encourage the dynamics of interdisciplinarity, showing students the links between different area of knowledge, through information technology;

-Implement and democratize access to computerization in the school environment, giving access, above all, to those who do not have it in their homes;

- Offer training to students' teachers, staff and family members.

In this way, the São José Institute (NRLE: 02.099.170/0001-09) will be the beneficiary and will distribute the equipment among the following institutions:

MUNICIPAL SCHOOL SÃO JOSÉ

40 staffs

260 students

MUNICIPAL SCHOOL PAULO FREIRE

22 staffs

278 students

PRINCESS ISABEL MUNICIPAL SCHOOL

22 staffs

240 students

EMÍLIO DE MENEZES MUNICIPAL SCHOOL

20 staffs

207 students

DARCI RIBEIRO MUNICIPAL SCHOOL

16 staffs

137 students

Adding a total of 1242 direct beneficiaries.

A survey carried out in five schools of Peabiru-Paraná, showed that 50% of the teaching staff is knowledgeable and could apply digital methods of teaching computer science in their homes for their developments in this area and for educational purposes. And extending the research to the school community, where it gathered information about the knowledge and development of this local community, it was found that 50% of those interviewed do not have knowledge and skills in basic computer packages according to data provided by the Social Action Secretariat and commissioned research by the Rotary Club of Peabiru.

The members of the pedagogical team after being contacted and informed of the possibility of developing a Rotary project that allocates resources for actions that they can promote, offering quality education, held internal meetings to assess priority needs.

The members of the pedagogical team participated in all stages of the project planning. Initially assessing the financial support needs of the education network, then filling out the Annex 2 of the Global Grant application, in addition to making the necessary corrections for the project and also presenting the requested documents.

In short, this revitalization and digital inclusion project aims to overcome the still present phenomenon of digital exclusion.

- Through routine activities in the computer room;

-Teacher training;

-Training for the community with specific courses for the world of work;

- Opening of this space for research in hours against shift;

- Educating students and the community about the well-directed powers of access to the digital sphere, in their shared knowledge and culture matrixes, it becomes possible to democratize and enhance access to all social strata, in a privileged way, to students and their family members, as subjects of action in an ever more technological society.

PROJECT SCHEDULE

- RESEARCH AND MEETING PLANNING, 60 DAYS;

- EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL ACQUISITION, 30 DAYS;

- INSTALLATION AND ASSEMBLY OF EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS, 60 DAYS;

- PROJECT DELIVERY DISCLOSURE, 15 DAYS;

- PROJECT DELIVERY 1 DAY.

HEREFORE, THE COLLECTED FUNDS WILL BE USED FOR PURCHASE OF COMPUTER EQUIPMENT.

Primary Host Partner

District: 4630

Rotary Club of: Peabiru

Primary Contact: Sergio Benedito

Email: sergio-bpg@hotmail.com

Primary International Partner

District: 4110

Rotary Club of: Ciudad Juárez

Primary Contact: Sergio Lastras

Email: sergiol@strategicbd.com

Project Status

Need $1,023
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Project listed for the 2020-21 Rotary Year.

Proposed Financing

Existing Contributions Towards This Project

Date

Cash

DDF

Total

District 4630 DDF

7-Dec-20

-

$9,500

$9,500

Campo Mourão (4630)

15-Dec-20

$1

$0

$1

District 4110 DDF

15-Dec-20

-

$3,000

$3,000

Remaining Amount to Raise

Additional Club Contribution (Needed) - Add a contribution

$1,023

-

$1,023

Amount Requested from The Rotary Foundation

-

$12,500

$12,500

Additional Contribution (not matched by The Rotary Foundation)

$7,658

Total

$33,682

Note: as of July 1, 2015 there is a 5% additional support fee for cash contributions. This fee does not appear in the financials above because it does not apply if the funds are sent directly to the project account (without going through TRF, and therefore without Paul Harris credit). Clubs sending their cash contribution to TRF must be aware they will have to send an additional 5%.

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History Log Entries

7-Dec-20

System Entry

System Entry: Creation of project page.

15-Dec-20

by Antonio Carlos Cardoso

System Entry: Pledge of $1 by Antonio Carlos Cardoso of the Rotary Club of Campo Mourão, District 4630.

15-Dec-20

by Antonio Carlos Cardoso

System Entry: Pledge of $10,707 by Antonio Carlos Cardoso of the Rotary Club of Campo Mourão, District 4630.

15-Dec-20

by Antonio Carlos Cardoso

System Entry: Project is now "Fully Pledged".

15-Dec-20

by Sergio Lastras

System Entry: Pledge of $3,000 DDF by Sergio Lastras of the Rotary Club of Ciudad Juárez, District 4110.

18-Dec-20

by Antonio Carlos Cardoso

System Entry: Project reverted to "Published".

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