Announcing a new series of books focused on innovations in Brazilian education.

With the aim of mapping and publicizing successful research, implementations, and practices, the series of books “Technology and Innovation in Brazilian Education” brings together the work of 315 authors from different parts of the country. Led by Teachers College, Columbia University and Stanford University, with support from the Lemann Foundation, the series features 131 chapters on topics related to robotics, educational games, programming, radical innovation, and the history of Brazilian educational technology. The first five books, published by Penso Editora, are co-organized by Brazilian academics: Luciano Meira, André Raabe, Rodrigo Barbosa e Silva, Flavio Campos, José Valente, Avelino Zorzo and Paulo Blikstein, responsible for creating and planning the collection.

Read more about the book series at Porvir in English or Portuguese