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Contextualizando o projeto: Seculo XX marcado por uma gde revolução tecnologica e a democratização do acesso a tecnologia. È importante possibilitar que as pessoas compreendam “como as coisas funcionam” , precisamo democratizar o “conhecimento”.

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Por outro lado o mercado de trabalho mudou muito. Precisamos de profissionais que sejam capazes de diagnosticar e propor soluçoes de maneira agil. Que saibam acompanhar as mudanças e em constante transformação.

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De outro lado percebemos que a demanda para a area de exatas tem diminuido em todo mundo. A tabela acima mostra que comparativamente as outras areas exatas é que teve menor avanço em contrapartida por exemplo a area de artes comum aumento de 468% contra 79% para exatas.

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We need to rethink the Teaching and Learning of Sciences in a way to integrate the student to the contemporary reality. It is necessary to wake our youths' interest. Alem de despertar o interesse para area de exatas a escola precisa garantir uma formação cientifica dos nossos estudantes. A escola precisa se adaptar as esta “revolução tecnologica” que vivemos.Trabalhos tem sido desenvolvidos no sentido de buscar diferentes formas de aprendizado. Lea Fagundes e Seymour Papert A construção do conhecimento se dá atraves da interatividade e de atividades concretas. È preciso buscar metodos que possibilitem encontrar a “chave” do aprendizado de cada individuo.

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Colocar fotos com as equipes

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Mobilidade experimentos em sala de aula, em qq lugar Simplicidade – flexibilidade de instalação de aplicações que não são apenas educacionais como o audacity Proteção do equipamento -

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Um exemplo de um projeto do começo ao fim. professor Orivaldo: No inicio do projeto não sabia sequer enviar emails, ao longo do projeto foi conquistando os recursos computacionais incluindo web 2.0, postando em blogs, disponibilizando arquivos em skydrive, baixando e enviando vídeos etc. Aluna Sarah : Quando começou conosco, seu interesse era na área de comunicação ou Historia. Entrou para Engenharia Elétrica na PUC/SP

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Neste slide mostramos a evolução de um dos alunos Willian no que se refere a comunicação oral. Esta mesma evolução foi notada com relação a escrita e em diferentes proporções para “todos” os estudantes

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http://picjrintelpucsp.blogspot.com/ Development of experimental Physics activities using Classmate PCs Junior Scientific Initiation at PUC/SP and The Advanced school of Science and Technology Marcelo Damy Pontifícia Universidade Católica de São Paulo Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo

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20th Century is marked by a big technology revolution. Despite the wider access to technology, understanding "How things work”, and how to deal with massive amount of information is extremely necessary.

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The market demands professionals with capacity to diagnoses and solve problems, communicate, collaborate, make quick decisions, deal constant changes and multiple sources of information. It is necessary to be agile on theoretical and practical abilities.

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Rejection to careers on the hard sciences are a world problem! Table 1 – seek and offer of vacancies and courses, in the 90's, by area of knowledge; Number of vacancies Demand

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"The way that the human intelligence works happens in building knowledge for the activity and the interactivity.” We need to explore the open possibilities for the technological reality. Léa Fagundes Cognitive Studies laboratory at UFRGS The quest of the construcionism is to reach strong learning means to value the individual's mental construction, leaning in their own constructions of the world. The school needs to guarantee the scientific formation of our youth. Seymour Papert

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Brazil pioneers in projects such as UCA (one computer per student) Objective is to develop a new Teaching and Learning methodology, student centered, based on project development. .... However very little is being actually being implemented in a way to create a replicable model

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Final Product 1. Replicable method of developing content to use technology 1:1 in education 2. Lesson plans to use in the classroom PUC & INTEL Collaboration Development of resources and methods that allow the use Classmate PCs as teaching and learning instrument for content generation and experimentation in Physics laboratories.

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How the resources are developed.

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Methodology and work stages

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Pedagogic Gain

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Work in progress in GoPEF of PUC/SP since the mid 90's that gave origin to a variety of extension Workshops for teachers. Extension workshops by Cogeae/PUC/SP Experimental Technique

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Software audacity (download) Why use the microphone input

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Prof. Orivaldo Sarah Rocksane Santos Student Examples and gains

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Examples and gains Willian Silva Balbini (student) William presentation early in the project William presentation after 6 months of project

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Using sound analysis software different sound spectra are studied and the speed of sound is determined Prof. Alessandro Washington Daniel (E.E. José Chaluppe) Link for vídeo Click to have access to the lesson plan In addition to the understanding of many musical instruments the project allows an interesting interface with the understanding of the basic principles of the physiology of speech. Work presentation during the workshop in the Academic week at PUC/SP (click to watch the video) Project 01: Sound Spectrum Inglês Link blog

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Click the links to access each project's blog Sound Spectrum Wireless transmission Determination of the electrical net frequency Free fall with a photo sensor Waves in cords Fall of a magnet in reels Projects developed in 2009

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Thank you! Obrigado!

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Projects' summary

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Wireless transmission Prof. Orivaldo Gonçalves de Mello (E.E. Pe Simon Switzar) This experiment allows us to detect coming signals of remote control through photo sensors connected directly to the microphone entrance, identifying their codes. Click to have access to the lesson plan An interesting application is in the infrared detection camera, as for instance the existent ones in the Microsoft "Natal project", A new way of interacting with computers. work presentation during the workshop in the Academic week at (click to watch the video)

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Determination of the electric net frequency Prof. Prof Júlio Lamon (ENSG/SP) This project consists of observing in an indirect way the oscillation frequency of the electric net. For that a photo sensor connected to the microphone entrance captures through the alteration of light intensity emitted by a light bulb fed by a signal originated in the electric net Click to have access to the lesson plan A light bulb fed with an alternate signal will have its brightness oscillating with a frequency that corresponds to the double of the electrical net frequency. See the animation in the blog. This opens a good discussion concerning the time for cerebral answer and the resolutions of the sound board of PCs. Work presentation during the workshop in the Academic week at (click to watch the video)

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Free fall with a photo sensor Prof. Roger Willians Corrêa (E.E. Profa. Alayde Domingues Couto Macedo) In this experiment a ruler with previous established demarcations is thrown between a photo sensor and a laser pointer, interrupting the passage of electric current. The pulses are visualized in a sound analysis software. Click to have access to the lesson plan From the observed signal and with the distance values known from the ruler it is possible to build a position over time graph and obtain the value for acceleration of fall of the ruler. An interesting application of this project is the understanding presence photoelectric sensors as for instance the existing ones in elevators' doors. Work presentation during the workshop in the Academic week at (click to watch the video)

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Waves in cords Ethel Mazur Camargo Lopes Lima (E.E. José Chaluppe) In this project differently from the others used the audio exit of the classmate PC. A free software allows us to generate signals of known frequency and stationary waves in a cord bound on both extremities are observed. Click to have access to the lesson plan We can verify the resonance phenomenon,determine the speed of propagation of the cords, for different outline conditions. Among countless applications of this phenomenon there is the microwave oven that generates stationary waves in its interior. Work presentation during the workshop in the Academic week at (click to watch the video)

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Fall of a magnet in reels Profa.Rossana Leandro (E.E José Chaluppe) In this project a magnet is thrown inside connected reels inseries and the signal is observed through the microphone entrance. The time instants of passage of the magnet through each surbase can be determined in the audacity software. Click to have access to the lesson plan Important applications as the generation of energy can be understood through this experiment and discussions concerning current generation of wireless energy systems can be discussed also and naturally discussions on the sustainability and alternative forms of energy generation, a theme of extreme relevance nowadays. Work presentation during the workshop in the Academic week at (click to watch the video)

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The backstage............ Hands on

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Watch in the following video one hands on day in a physics laboratory workshop at PUC/SP

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