• Feira do Conhecimento

    Knowledge Fair

    For seven months in the year 1900, the world fair took place in Paris: a universal exhibition that aimed to show the world the technological achievements of the previous century and direct development for the years to come. More than 50 million people passed through the Champs de Mars, located between the Eiffel Tower and […]

  • Semana da Economia

    Economy Week

    Economy Week is an economic education program held in high school in schools in Switzerland and Swiss schools abroad. In this project, expert teachers with many years of practical business experience conduct a business simulation with students. The goal is to make students recognize the basic processes of a company and undergo their first business […]

  • Prevenção contra o bullying nas escolas

    Preventing School Bullying

    Education is the key to building peaceful societies. Nevertheless, scientific studies show that many children and adolescents experience bullying, either as victims, as perpetrators, or as bystanders. Bullying in schools or institutions has always happened, but it has only been in recent decades that the topic has taken up the media and instigated various debates […]

  • Dia da árvore

    Arbor Day

    It is quite interesting to note that as part of the Atlantic Forest ecosystem, exists the Araucaria Forest. As its name suggests, it is formed by the presence of Araucaria (or Parana Pine) that extends over quite an extensive area. The Araucaria Forest runs through the southern and southeastern states of Brazil, much of Argentina […]

  • Tecnologia da Informação nas Escolas

    Information Technology in Schools

    Information Technology (IT) is no longer a distant horizon or a matter of choice within organizations. IT is present and essential in the business world. In the Education segment, this reality is no different. Daily, new technological resources are emerging as both support and catalyst for teaching-learning strategies. Support solutions for organizational strategies also permeate […]

  • A leitura é a chave para compreender o mundo

    Reading is the key to understanding the world

    In the history of humanity, written communication and the guarantee of “world knowledge” has enabled people to develop new technologies for science. For this reason, cultural techniques such as reading and writing are fundamental to the progression of humanity’s evolutionary process. Reading is a relatively recent cultural invention that has existed for about 4000 years. […]

  • Bacharelado Internacional (IB)

    International Baccalaureate (IB)

    Every day we realize the importance of connecting, interacting, understanding and knowing how to live together. Being a man or woman of our time is supposed to be part of an integrated world, which divides – among peoples – cultural, social and even economic similarities and differences; it puts us in a very demanding international […]

  • Locais de aprendizagem extracurricular

    Extracurricular Learning Locations

    Finding animals on a farm is more impressive and enriching for children than recognizing them through a picture book. Note that when they can learn and apply what they have learned in real situations at school, learning becomes holistic. Teaching outside of school is not a new phenomenon. Historically, reformist education had already included extracurricular […]

  • Aprender alemão no exterior

    Learn German Abroad

    German is spoken all over the world. The number of native speakers is estimated at 100 million and approximately 80 million people speak German as a foreign language. German is the official language of Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Luxembourg, Belgium and Liechtenstein. In addition, it is a regional language in northern Italy, western France, Romania and […]

  • Escolas suíças no Brasil

    Swiss Schools in Brazil

    There are currently 18 Swiss schools recognized by the Swiss government. Two of them are in Brazil, one in São Paulo and one in Curitiba. The first Swiss schools were founded in Italy by parents who wanted to give their children a Protestant education in Catholic Italy. Another group of schools opened in Germany during […]

  • Um musical – Múltiplas Inteligências

    One Musial – Multiple Intelligences

    According to a lengthy study conducted by Prof. Dr. Manfred Spitzer, renowned neuroscientist and current medical director of the University of Ulm in Germany, the most important school subject is music, followed by physical education, theater and finally arts and crafts. Historically, music has played an important role in areas such as the sociocultural, motor […]

  • Universidades na Suíça e na Alemanha

    Universities in Switzerland and Germany

    In the german spoken regions, a university is defined as a superior institution when it offers the totality of all the sciences – divided into the classical departments: theology, medicine, law, natural sciences, humanities, and economics. There are also technical and pedagogical departments. They usually also award academic degrees, but only for specific subjects. In […]