08/11 - Chapecó innovates with technological literacy

Teach someone about technology means making them able to use the advanced technological resources in their personal and professional life, making them distinct and valued in the market for having skills that make his productive activities become organized and with differential qualities.

This training, to be complete, should begin at an early age, so the brain can assimilate the logic used in machine languages ​​and various computer systems to facilitate the learning of new technologies.

These are the reasons why Trilingual Innovation School brings to Chapecó a new technological training proposal, which starts from pre-school, with classes that provide 50% of activities with computers and high-end features, so its students can develop, among many skills worked, the technological literacy.

In the classrooms, which have 01 notebook per student, students will learn the assembly and disassembly of computers, typing and use of Microsoft tools, Linux and the Internet, computer programming and developing web pages.

"These tools are increasingly demanded by the labor market. We want our students ready to use modern technologies found in Windows and Linux platforms, "says the school’s computing teacher, Ana Paula Chenet.

Information technology plays a key role in the educational project of Trilingual Innovation School, as well as it brings students important tools for their professional future, it is the technology that will help teachers to perform interdisciplinary classes.

01/11 - Teachers get together and develop the interdisciplinary

To build a solid educational project and form a team identity, the teachers of Trilingual Innovation School, along with the coordination, are meeting every Saturday afternoon since August. During the meetings the theoretical axes of the education program and lesson plans for 2008 are all detailed, highlighting the development of the syllabus in an interdisciplinary way and setting the whole literature that will serve as the theoretical framework for the lessons.

In the meetings the content of interdisciplinary lessons of each class of preschool and elementary school are discussed and built, "says the coordinator of the College teaching, Rudinei Frese. The coordinator explains how this process happens: "First we set goals for teaching and learning, according to the areas of training proposed by the school, for each class. Next we define the terms that will be our tool of inquiry and motivation to achieve these objectives, and finally, we elaborate daily and annual plans, with the consistent and sequential distribution, consistent, so that each teacher can work and develop the content plan .


The pedagogical plan meets and goes beyond the guidelines of the Law of Guidelines and Bases of the State Board of Education. According to Frese, the guiding principle of the theoretical-methodological proposal of the college applied for all subjects is the Theory Socio-historical-cultural, Vygotsky.

 "This theory suggests that the process of teaching and learning occurs through the construction of knowledge and delineation of the social and cultural environment in which the subject is inserted, turning it into an active subject and responsible, conscious and oriented, to achieve certain goals in interaction with other subjects, "says the coordinator.

In addition, educators from Trilingual Innovation School will use as a way of complementing other theoretical-methodological concepts, such as Piaget, Skinner, Montessori, and Gardner, taking advantage of what each does best for the process of teaching and learning.

Vacancies at Trilingual Innovation School are being filled quickly:

Many parents are already providing a place for their children at Trilingual Innovation School. Enrollments are being made in the Central Registration, set in 420-E, Mato Grosso Street, with the work of the school. According to the manager, Gislaine Baez, the high demand of parents ever recorded is due to the fact that they are only 25 seats per class. "We already have some series with two other classes and with the latest available positions," says the director. The classes at Trilingual Innovation School begin on February 18, 2008.

30/10 - Human formation and motivating teaching since preschool

The pedagogical proposal in Trilingual Innovation School, according to the coordinator Rudinei Frese, is focused on a process of teaching and learning that meets the educational expectations of the school community and to ensure achievement of objectives. "This new method develops in the students skills in three languages​​, the field of technological tools, as well as encouraging them in a creative and different way in the search for knowledge," says Frese.

The educational project was conceived in two ways: the Human Formation and Citizenship, which will work with the construction and rescue of moral values ​​such as respect for others and for the differences, and solidarity and the use of the necessary mechanisms for the protection of fundamental rights; in addition, the project is also conducted by the deployment of a Motivating Learning Process.

Classes at Trilingual Innovation School seek an interactive methodology, with the development of interdisciplinarity among the subjects, and establish as a rule the practical experiences of the theoretical contents, always using technological resources.

Trilíngue’s Studies - The concept of trilingual education, one of the biggest differences of the college,  will give opportunity to the students to complete their studies with full training (fluency in speaking and writing) in Portuguese, English and Spanish, without the need for extracurricular courses. This process begins in preschool, along with learning the language, which facilitates the learning of new languages, allowing the acquisition of proficiency with greater speed and efficiency

27/10 - Teachers attend to technological training

Since August the teachers of Trilingual Innovation School are attending technological training courses. The goal is to prepare them for the use of modern technologies found in Windows, Linux and the Internet, so that they can apply this knowledge in developing cheerful and attractive lessons.

The technological training is held every Saturday morning, and is coordinated by the College computer science teacher, Ana Paula Chenet. "To facilitate the training, each teacher works with a notebook," says the teacher.

According to the pedagogical coordinator, Rudinei Frese, the computer course for teachers follows the same proposal for Technological Training that will be applied to students of the Trilingual Innovation School. The differentials of these classes are: Learning in the assembly and disassembly of computers, typing, use of Microsoft tools, Linux and the Internet, computer programming and developing web pages, a process that begins in preschool and goes until the third year of high school.

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