Salvador, Bahia, Brazil: Tiago Leonardo Alves Muniz, 30, Teacher: Yes, the methodology of the Community School Luiza Mahin in Salvador-Bahia, where I was a student, and today I am a teacher, has been developing these extracurricular issues in adaptations—working with racial prejudice, the need for interpersonal and intrapersonal relationship, using the technologies of information in improving knowledge—through educational learning and focusing on reading, writing, and following the evolution of the planet Earth.
Advances in methodology, technology in schools, and development of social skills are helping prepare children for a changing society. This is what Epoch Times reporters from Brazil to Sweden discovered when they asked locals:
“In your country, are children being educated to adjust to life in an ever-changing world?”
Look for the Global Q&A column every week. Epoch Times correspondents interview people around the world to learn about their lives and perspectives on local and global realities. Next week’s global question, “How is Chinese New Year celebrated in your country?”