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A Project for Integral Education. Digital Nations Consortium Meeting. Nivaldo Marcusso October 30 th. Contents. Brazil Panorama History Main objective Areas and ways of performance What the Bradesco Foundation offers its students Educational Particularities Location of Schools

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Digital nations consortium meeting

A Project for Integral Education

Digital Nations Consortium Meeting

Nivaldo Marcusso

October 30th


Brazil Panorama


Main objective

Areas and ways of performance

What the Bradesco Foundationoffers its students

Educational Particularities

Location of Schools

Projects in Development

Brazil Panorama

Total Area: 8 511 966,3 km2

Population: 169 872 856 (2000)Number of Cities: 5.561

Brazil PanoramaEducation

Number of Schools :

Number of Teachers:

Number of students in High School: 9.1 million

Number of students in the University:

Number of Illiterates: 17 million

Number of Functional Illiterates: 27 million

Brazil Panorama

Number of cellular telephones: 40.1 million

Number of Computers:

Number of Computers per School (National Aur): 15

Number of Computers per students (National Aur): 150

Number of users with access to the Internet: 14,7 million, considering schools and companies: 27 million

Computers per inhabitants: 6,26


Non-Profit institution founded in 1956by Mr. Amador Aguiar to provideEducation and vocational training forchildren, teenagers and adults for poor communities throughout Brazil.

Today there are 39 schools, in 26 States and in the Federal District, with more than 105,000 students.

To provide education and vocational training for children, teenagers and adults for needy communities throughout Brazil.

New school
New School

The 40th School is in construction. It is located in the

Jardim Conceição, in Osasco, SP and will be inaugurated

in the beginning of 2004.

Jardim Conceição in Osasco

(General sight of the evolution of the workmanship in October 4)

103,322 (total of students in 2002)

Basic Education -------------- 48,456 students

Kindergarten – 3,301

Elementary - 29,033

High School – 16,122

(Business Administration, Farming and cattle raising, Computer, Teaching, Electronics, Accounting)

Areas of Performance

Adult Education

School Completion Program for adults, who attend televised courses at schools and at the companies they work for ---> 20,014 students

Vocational training courses offered to needy communities. These medium and short term courses are tailor-made to various regional job markets ---------------------> 34,852 students

For example (dress-making, informatics, hydraulic and electrical home repairs, graphic arts, craft)

Areas of Performance

What the Bradesco Foundation offers its students

  • Free Education

  • School materials

  • Uniform

  • Dental care

  • Light meals

Schools are integrated into the features and needs of each region

Development of skills by employability as key factor of citizenship

Supported by constructivism and constructionism theories and practices

Educational Particularities

Location of Schools

Boa Vista School

  • Bradesco Schools

Jardim Conceição School (2004)


Personnel Expenses26,386

Students Expenses 3,820 - uniform - school material - meals

Buildings Maintenance 3,207

Other Operating Expenses 3,879

INVESTMENTS (Fixed Assets) 1,286

Construction of a new school 598

New hardware/software 455

Others Investments 233


Financial Resources will be used for:(millions of U.S. dollars) - 2003

Projects in Development - 2003

  • Assistance in technologic, citizenship and ethics projects for public schools

  • Information system courses for people with visual disabilities (Internet and Office)

  • Integrated projects using constructivism approach

  • Distance Learning by Internet (WBT) for training elementary and high schools teachers

  • Internet Portal for Native Brazilian Comunities

Projects in Development - 2003

  • Distance Learning by Internet for Basic Education (2002 year)

  • More than 3000 computers in 39 schools will be connected by satellite and VPN network

  • Courses for training students in CCNA Certification- Partnership with Cisco Systems (19,000 students)

Projects in Development - 2003

  • e-Learning Website Virtual School project: complementary classes 150,000 students in basic education and technical courses. - Partnership with Docent, ABAN/India, Centra, NIIT/India, Microsoft and Cisco

  • Media LAB – MIT – Partnership Digital Nations and Digital Life Consortiums (learning hubs and lifelong kindergarten projects)

Projects in Development - 2003

  • Volunteer ProjectsMore than 197.240attendances in Brazil including our 39 schools. We provided services like documents emission, health and legal attendance, art and tecnology workshops and recreation.

Projects in Development - 2003

  • Intel

    • Public School System: 23

    • Public Universities: 9

    • Teachers: 3.680

    • Senior Teachers: 369

Projects in Development - 2003

  • Month of the Digital InclusionCenter of Digital Inclusion (CID)

We be able to hold the National Month of Digital Inclusion (Mês Nacional de Inclusão Digital) (which will be held on the last two weekends of November); and, from this initiative, we considered offering the lower income population access to technology in a permanent way, mobilizing the society and the corporations to allow them to get more involved with their local communities.

Media lab partnership time line
Media Lab PartnershipTime Line







Definition of the consortiuns and project’s groups according Bradesco Foundation needs

Mr. Rodrigo Mesquita and Bradesco Foundation in the Consortium “News in the Future”

Mr. Nivaldo Marcusso at Media Lab to know the project about the Consortium “Digital Life”

DTE at the Summer Institute - Mexico“Learning Hubs” Project

Media lab partnership time line1
Media Lab PartnershipTime Line






Bradesco Foundation directors visit the Media Lab to know the projects

DTE at Winter InstituteCuritiba, PR “Learning Hubs” Project

1st Workshop – “Learning Hubs” The City we want at Campinas schoolin São Paulo

Beginning of the partnership to the consortiuns and definition of the project’s leaders: Bradesco Foundation (Digital Nations) and Bradesco(Digital Life and e-Market)

DTE in the meeting with the Consortium of “Digital Nations” - Nicarágua

2nd WorkshopCampinas school in São Paulo

3rd Workshop Salvador school in Bahia

Beginning of the partnership MIT – Media Lab X Bradesco Foundation

Media lab partnership time line2
Media Lab PartnershipTime Line






5th Workshop Osasco school in São Paulo

4th Workshop Manaus school in Amazonas

8th Workshop Manaus school in Amazonas

Accompaniment of the City we want project in the Bradesco Foundation schools

6th Workshop Bodoquena school in Mato Grosso do Sul

Sharing the projects developed in the first fase (Campinas, SPSalvador, BAManaus, AMOsasco, SP and Bodoquena, MS)

7th Workshop Campinas schoolin São Paulo

Media lab partnership time line3
Media Lab PartnershipTime Line



Tower in Campinas



13th Workshop Manaus school in Amazonas

9th Workshop Osasco school in São Paulo

11th Workshop Gravataí school in Rio Grande do Sul

14th WorkshopJoão Pessoa school in Paraíba

12th Workshop Bodoquena schoolin Mato Grosso do Sul

Webconference with Seymour Papert

SeptemberTower Workshop

10th Workshop Salvador school in Bahia

Webconference with Edith Ackermann

November The City we want Workshop

Digital nations consortium

1 – Project: The City we want

Group: Learning Hubs (David Cavallo)

1st Phase: Schools of Campinas, Bodoquena, Manaus, Salvador and Osasco

2nd Phase: Schools of Irecê, Gravataí, Rio de Janeiro,Vila Velha, São João del Rei, Paranavaí, Marília, Laguna, Ceilândia, Aparecida de Goiânia and Canuanã

3rd Phase: Schools of João Pessoa, Maceió, Caucaia, Jaboatão, Natal, Pinheiro, Propriá, São Luís, Rio Branco, Cacoal, Macapá and Cuiabá

Public Schools Partnerships: 20(RO, CE, RS, BA, PE, PB, RN, MA, AC)

Professors and Students trained: 840

Participation in workhops: Mexico and Panama

Investiment in our schools: US$ 150,000.00

Digital Nations Consortium

Digital nations consortium1

2 – Project: Tower System

Group: GIG - Grassroots Invention Group

1st Phase: Schools of Campinas, Osasco, Rio de Janeiro, Gravataí and Manaus

Professors and Students trained: 40

Participation in workhops: Puebla – Mexico

Investiment in our schools: US$ 50,000.00

Digital Nations Consortium

Digital nations consortium 2002 2003

3 – Results and gains:


Winner of Fucape/CNPq Prize: Innovation Technology Project “ Cercas Inteligentes”

Communities Mobilization (Public Schools Partnership)

Digital Nations Consortium 2002/2003

Fucapi cnpq prize the city we want manaus
FUCAPI/CNPQ Prize: “The City we want” – Manaus

The project “Cerquinha” of 8th grade students of Manaus School “Best project of Innovation and creativity“FUCAPI/CNPq de Tecnologia/2002 - 8ª edição

Media lab partnership next steps

Workshop “The City we want”November 10 – 14/2003Bradesco Foundation Schools: other countries

Computer ClubhousePartners: Cidade Aprendiz, Intel and MIT – Media LabPlace: Jardim Conceição (New School of the Bradesco Foundation)Date: March 2004

Media Lab PartnershipNext Steps

Bradesco Institute of Technology (BIT)Objectives

  • Development and integration of technologies and applications in the areas of banking and education – Centers of Excellence

  • Teacher Training in the Education Technology area

  • Social and digital inclusion through professional certification in IT for low income communities

  • Talent formation for the development and application of new technologies in IT and Banking

  • Project integration and application in banking through partnerships with Universities such as MIT/Sloan, USP, UNICAMP among others

Bradesco Institute of Technology (BIT)


  • Development of the concept of the Bank of the Future, through the exhibition and application of technologies developed in the MIT Media Lab and by leading provides of technologies in their industries

  • Development of competencies in technology for future executives in the Bradesco Organization

  • Permanent Laboratory for innovation and discussion forums about technology for the Bradesco Organization in banking and education, with the participation of leading providers of technologies, universities and research institutes

Bradesco Institute of Technology (BIT)


INTEL Servers and Educational Techonology

NIIT and ABAN (India) E-Learning



MEDIA LABDigital Nations

Bradesco Institute of Technology (BIT)


  • Bank of the Future Project

  • Wireless agency

  • Center for the development of competencies in Technology and banking for collaborators of the Organization Bradesco

  • Information security solutions development center

  • Center for technology application to serve the customers

  • Estimated number of collaborators: 12

  • Area available: 400 m2

Bradesco Institute of Technology (BIT)


  • School of the Future Project

  • Virtual School

  • Center for the development of applications for mobile equipment and WI-FI connections: wireless school

  • Center for the development of solution for the automation of the classroom and administrative areas

  • Center of digital inclusion: Caravan project of digital inclusion

  • Estimated number of collaborators: 12

  • Area available: 160 m2

Bradesco Institute of Technology (BIT)


Sete Quedas FarmRod. Anhanguera, Campinas, SP

Total area: 110.000 m²

Constructed area: 10.000 m² (2 x 5.000 m²)

Number of Room: 30

Auditorium: 400 people

Network infra-structure and internet access

Distance from Osasco: 1h15

Bradesco Institute of Technology (BIT)Time Line



November 2003

September 2003

March 2003

Concept Development

Partners Invitation

Partnership Meetings

October 2003

March 2004

August 2003

1st Draft

BITStart Activities

Bradesco Foundation Approval and Partnership Meetings

Bradesco Institute of Technology (BIT)

Project Framework



Managing Advice


Consortium Bank of the Future

Consortium School of the Future

Consortium Digital Inclusion

Consortium CRM

ConsultingAdvice (2)

Consulting Advice

Consulting Advice


(1) Formed for members of the Executive Direction, the Advice and Companies Partners

(2) Formed for members of the Executive Direction and Companies Partners

January 2003
January, 2003

Workshop “Rapid Prototyping Solutions to Representative Community and Educational Challenges”- Mexico

Workshops the city we want 2003
Workshops “The City we want” 2003

Gravataí – march

Osasco – february

João Pessoa - may

Salvador – february

Bodoquena – april

Workshop tower 2003 september in campinas
Workshop “Tower” 2003 (September in Campinas)


Type of access
Type of Access




Number of isp
Number of ISP






Middle West







Distribution of isp for region
Distribution of ISP for Region







Middle West7%

Distribution of the isp for cities
Distribution of the ISP for Cities

Cities without providers

Cities with providers

Population with local isp
Population with Local ISP

Total Population: 169 million

Population not Served

Population Served

Nivaldo Tadeu Marcusso

[email protected]

Phone: 55 – 11 – 3684-2922