The trajectory of the Dante Alighieri School began in the early last century, when an Italian colony settled in São Paulo. Today, with more than 4,400 students, the Dante Alighieri School is one of the most traditional schools of São Paulo. It started a Blended Learning project in 2014, in partnership with the Lemann Foundation and the Peninsula Institute. These institutions were experiencing blended learning models that could work in most Brazilian public schools. For such experiments, they had the support of the Institute Clayton Christensen, who accompanied the work of 16 teachers, over a year. Throughout this project, the Blended Learning proved to be a sustainable way for the integration of technological resources at school.
Contact: Verônica Martins Cannatá
Colégio Dante Alighieri
1061 Alameda Jau
Telephone: +55 11 3179-4400