Manaus first prize in the "Teachers of Brazil"

The project “Hands on the wheel: inclusive recreation” won the title.
04/12/2015 11h55 - Updated 4/12/2015 11h55
Photo: Cleomir Santos / Semed

The "Hands on the wheel: inclusive recreation at school early childhood education ", Manaus assured first place in the 9th edition of the award "Teachers of Brazil", category Preschool / Early Childhood Education edging out the states of Minas Gerais, Rio Grande do Sul and the Federal District, who also competed for the prize. The winner and one representative of the North region is the teacher Michelle Nunes da Silva, Municipal Center for Child Education (Cmei) Caio Carlos Medeiros Fleet.

She received the award at a ceremony held in Brasilia, along with the winners of other categories. "This project is not on paper, it is running and many people are benefiting. The most important and that makes us happier is that we demystify some ideas on the inclusion in the school environment. With this project we show that this is possible ", said Michelle, to thank for the prize.

The award is an initiative of the Ministry of Education (GUY) and aims to promote, enhance the educational experience and encourage public school teachers jobs that contribute to the improvement of teaching and learning processes throughout the country classroom. altogether, the Semed signed 39 projects, ensuring the classification of two teachers of municipal schools for the next phase of the national award.

National award
The winning project was implemented in May this year in CMEI Caio Medeiros, located in the housing complex Live Better, in the north. It focused on three themes with training and lectures on health and citizenship intended for community; inclusive education with moments of interaction and exchange of experience with unit teachers; and inclusive recreation, with an adapted playground, with a slide, football field, seesaw, tunnel so that all children can play together. The site was built with the cooperation of the community and made with reusable materials such as PET bottles and used tire.

With the project, but of 40 children, and 20 resource room and 20 children in regular room, They benefited, with specific activities and a recreational park that benefits all students with disabilities.


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