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We encourage the participant
teachers to choose among
our preset themes, in order to
establish clear, real life stories
to be illustrated by the kids.
Sit your students down and
have them write their stories.
Emphasize the importance
of keeping the narrative as
close to their actual reality
as possible. In order to keep
the child’s experience one of
empathizing, they need to
better understand other kid’s
realities and lifestyles.
Contact us via email@example.com
if you have any doubts or questions related to this project.
We will be happy to help!
You can also follow us on social media and get updates on the
development of our online platform.
Upload your student’s stories
to our website. In doing that,
you will gain access to other
stories by kids around the
world, which you can now
Once you’ve downloaded
stories from other kids,
print them out and have
your class draw their own
perceptions of them.
Once they’re done, you
can spellcheck and edit the
illustration’s position in the
story, and use our Booklet
tool to print them as real-life
books for kids!
You can now upload the
illustrated stories to children
all around the world. That
way, other classes might
understand the different
cultures and lifestyles that
happen simultaneously in
other places on the planet.
Help us raise a generation of
kids who know and respect
the rich diversities in society,
and become global citizens.
Understanding that one of the most important aspects of basic education is to grow as an individual and
knowing how to respect other in their own ways. In doing so, we developed a system in which the kids will
actively participate in sharing their stories and interpreting others’ by drawing them and then re-sharing.
Teachers can use these stories to educate their students about different world views, cultures and other
people’s realities, all while developing a sense of empathy at an early age.
This project was idealized and built for the 2017 Global Goals Jam by Media Lab, under the Education theme,
under the academic guidance of professors Guilherme Toledo, Marcelo Pereira and Manuela Quaresma.
All of the project’s creative rights and graphic material belong to PUC-Rio’s design students: Carol Nanquim, Lilly
Viana, Mariana Oliveira, Ricardo Godot and Vanessa Dutra.
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