Fire & Ice - Live from Brazil
By User12652314-Oracle on Feb 21, 2008
series of interactive, international dialogues between students in
various countries around the world sponsored by Sun. The project objective is to
translate dialogue into action by inspiring students to develop their
own solutions for helping combat climate change in their local areas.
Fire and Ice is part of Elluminate's Learning Across Borders, a global
initiative that promotes live, real-time knowledge sharing and
collaboration between students and teachers in North America and the
behalf of Elluminate and our partners, Promethean, Positivo, Oi
Futuro and the University of Sao Paulo (Escola do Futuro), I am
pleased to invite you to join us, in person or online via Elluminate
for a very special Ceremony to present a remote Brazilian school with
the Fire and Ice Leadership Award, in recognition of their efforts to
help combat the effects of Climate Change.
is donating to
the school its “Classroom-in-a-Box” computer hardware kit, and
Promethean and Positivo are kindly donating an electronic whiteboard.
The equipment will enable the Massambará
school with a “window to the world” to continue collaborating on
special projects, live and online, with other schools from around the
congratulate the Massambará
school on their achievements, our friends at iEARN USA will attempt
to invite one teacher/student to join the event online from all
(or as many as continents represented, as possible).
2007, a school in a small village 2 hours from Rio de Janeiro
participated in an international project called Fire
and Ice: Climate Change.
Escola Estadual Municipalizada Abel José Machado created
a unique and inspiring project to help combat the effects of climate
change and soil degradation in their local area.
teachers and students engaged with the local community to build
an organic garden
at São Fernando farm. Through Elluminate Live!, the school
collaborated with other schools from Canada and Mozambique, and then
showcased the results of their project to a global audience in
22, 2008, 1:00pm Brasilia/Rio time (GMT