…<br />… also from Portugal<br />
Portugal<br />Portugal<br />PortugalPortugalPortugal<br />PortugalPortugal<br />PortugalPortugal<br />
Portugal in Europe<br />
Portugal<br />The Portuguese flag is made up of two vertical bands of green and red. The green band covering approximately...
Portugal<br />Portugal is a democratic republic, governed by the socialist party (with no majority)<br />Portuguese Presid...
Schools from Portugal<br />Escola Secundária da Póvoa de Lanhoso<br />Escola EB2,3 de Mosteiro e Cávado<br />Escola Secund...
Póvoa de Lanhoso<br />Escola Secundária da Póvoa de Lanhoso<br />
Póvoa de Lanhoso: village… <br /><ul><li>Area:
132.5 km2
Inhabitants:
23.657
Number of Parishes:
29
Foundation of the municipality:
1292</li></ul>http://www.mun-planhoso.pt/<br />
Póvoa de Lanhoso: built heritage… <br />
Póvoa de Lanhoso: the castle… <br />
Póvoa de Lanhoso: landscape…<br />
Póvoa de Lanhoso: landscape…<br />
Póvoa de Lanhoso: working gold… <br />
School from Póvoa de Lanhoso<br />Escola Secundária da Póvoa de Lanhoso<br />http://www.esec-povoa-lanhoso.rcts.pt/<br />
Escola Secundária da Póvoa de Lanhoso<br />
Escola Secundária da Póvoa de Lanhoso<br />Some spaces…<br />
Escola Secundária da Póvoa de Lanhoso<br />Public school (since 11.October.1991)<br />Director: José Manuel Ramos Magalhãe...
Escola Secundária da Póvoa de Lanhoso<br />Subjects to work in Connecting Classrooms<br />We are the others<br />Intercult...
Escola Secundária da Póvoa de Lanhoso<br />Team to work in Connecting Classrooms<br />We are the others<br />Students:<br ...
Escola EB2,3 de Mosteiro e CávadoEscola Secundária Carlos Amarante<br />BRAGA<br />
Braga…<br />… the capital of the Great Metropolitan Area of Minho<br />
Braga: name of the town<br />This name was derived from thecostume worn by the ancient native inhabitants, which reached f...
<ul><li>Area:
183.2 km2
Inhabitants:
About 175.000 (as 2009)
Number of Parishes:
62
Foundation of the municipality:
200 BC
Municipal holiday:
Saint John, June 24</li></ul>Braga… <br />
It’s a greenand fertile province of Minho, with nice hills and valleys.<br />Braga: beautiful town...<br />
Braga: some general informations...<br />Climate:<br />		Cold winters, hot summers<br />Municipal holiday:<br />		Saint Jo...
Braga: built heritage… <br />
Braga: archaeological heritage… <br />
Braga: post cards… <br />
Braga: post cards…<br />
Braga: the city of the archbishops...<br />
Braga… Sanctuary of Bom Jesus do Monte<br />The Sanctuary of Bom Jesus do Monte,   famous for its 18th-centuryarchitectura...
It is a lively city, with its universities and modern neighbourhoods<br />Braga: University of Minho<br />
It has an animated weekly  market<br />Braga: market…<br />
Schools from Braga<br />Escola Secundária Carlos Amarante<br />http://www.esec-carlos-amarante.rcts.pt/<br />
Escola Secundária Carlos Amarante<br />Carlos Amarante High School has been built using “green” methods and materials. It ...
Escola Secundária Carlos Amarante<br />… “green” methods and materials…<br />It has much glass allowing in natural light<b...
Escola Secundária Carlos Amarante<br />… “green” methods and materials…<br />It has a photovoltaic rooftop to  generate a ...
Escola Secundária Carlos Amarante<br />… “green” methods and materials…<br />As for electrical light it doesn’t have LEDS ...
Escola Secundária Carlos Amarante<br />… “green” methods and materials…<br />It has window shades to block the sun.<br />I...
Escola Secundária Carlos Amarante<br />… “green” methods and materials…<br />It has a park for bicycles to encourage peopl...
Escola Secundária Carlos Amarante<br />… “green” methods and materials…<br />There’s a system to stop “stand by” of electr...
Escola Secundária Carlos Amarante<br />… “green” methods and materials…<br />It has airy, well-lit corridors and rooms, wh...
Escola Secundária Carlos Amarante<br />… “green” methods and materials…<br />Most snail-mailhas been replaced by e-mail.<b...
Escola Secundária Carlos Amarante<br />… “green” methods and materials…<br />Most part of the green areas and treeshave be...
Escola Secundária Carlos Amarante<br />… “green” methods and materials…<br />For the newly created green areas native and ...
Escola Secundária Carlos Amarante<br />Ournewschooldeserves to beawardedwiththecertificateLEED for Buildings.<br />
Escola Secundária Carlos Amarante<br />Public school (since 1884)<br />Director: Hortense Lopes<br />Teachers: 220<br />Pu...
Escola Secundária Carlos Amarante<br />Subjects to work in Connecting Classrooms<br />Here we are<br />Intercultural dialo...
Escola Secundária Carlos Amarante<br />Team to work in Connecting Classrooms<br />Here we are<br />Students:<br />Secondar...
Schools from Braga<br />Escola EB2,3 de Mosteiro e Cávado<br />http://www.mosteiroecavado.net/destaque.htm<br />
Imagens do exterior da escola<br />
Our school<br />
Public School inaugurated in 2001<br />Director: António Vilaça<br />Teachers: 130<br />Pupils: 1444<br />Primary: 403 stu...
Bridging the differences<br />Intercultural dialogue:<br />How is school life in England, Czech Republic, Greece?<br />Wha...
Team to work in Connecting Classrooms<br />Bridging the differences<br />Students:<br />20 Secondary level (12/13 years ol...
Porto<br />Escola EB2,3 de Paranhos<br />
Porto on the banks of Douro river<br />
Porto: town… <br /><ul><li>Foundation of the municipality:
	1123
World Heritage since 1996
City Invicta – Invencible City
Area of the city:
41,66 km2
Number of Parishes:
15
Inhabitants:
216 080 (1,7 millions in the metropoletan area)</li></ul>http://english.cm-porto.pt/index.php<br />
Porto: the ancient and the new<br />
Porto and Port: the ancient heritage… <br />
Porto: landscape…<br />
Porto: the monuments…<br />
Porto:its traditions and culture…<br />
School from Porto<br />Escola EB2,3 de Paranhos<br />http://194.65.238.12/<br />
Escola EB 2,3 de Paranhos:School neighbours<br />Covelo Park<br />Dragon Stadium<br />IPATIMUP<br />
Escola EB 2,3 de Paranhos<br />Paranhos in the heart of Porto<br />Some spaces…<br />Our patron<br />
Escola EB 2,3 de Paranhos (home school of a cluster – Eugénio de Andrade)<br />Public school since 1978<br />Director: Mar...
Deaf students
CEI (disabled) students
Reference school for the teaching of the deaf since 2008</li></li></ul><li>Escola EB 2,3 de Paranhos<br />Subjects to work...
100 words
Chatterbooks</li></li></ul><li>Escola EB 2,3 de Paranhos<br />Team to work in Connecting Classrooms<br />Students:<br />Ba...
Matosinhos<br />Escola EB2,3 de Matosinhos<br />
Matosinhos<br />Horizon and Sea Land<br />
Matosinhos: town… <br /><ul><li>Area:
62,3 km2
Inhabitants:
151.682
Number of Parishes:
10
Foundation of the municipality:
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  1. 1. …<br />… also from Portugal<br />
  2. 2. Portugal<br />Portugal<br />PortugalPortugalPortugal<br />PortugalPortugal<br />PortugalPortugal<br />
  3. 3. Portugal in Europe<br />
  4. 4. Portugal<br />The Portuguese flag is made up of two vertical bands of green and red. The green band covering approximately two-fifths of the flag.<br />Centred on the dividing line is the Portuguese coat of arms.<br />
  5. 5. Portugal<br />Portugal is a democratic republic, governed by the socialist party (with no majority)<br />Portuguese President:AníbalCavaco Silva<br />Prime Minister:Pedro Passos Coelho<br />President of the Assembly of the Republic:AssunçãoEsteves<br />OfficialLanguage:Portuguese<br />Currency:Euro <br />Religion:94 % RomanCatholic, 6% Other<br />Inhabitants:10 million<br />
  6. 6. Schools from Portugal<br />Escola Secundária da Póvoa de Lanhoso<br />Escola EB2,3 de Mosteiro e Cávado<br />Escola Secundária Carlos Amarante<br />Escola EB2,3 de Paranhos<br />Escola EB2,3 de Matosinhos<br />Escola Secundária Tomás Cabreira<br />Escola Básica Afonso III<br />Escola Secundária de Pinheiro e Rosa<br />Escola Secundária de Loulé<br />Escola EB2,3 Castro Marim<br />
  7. 7. Póvoa de Lanhoso<br />Escola Secundária da Póvoa de Lanhoso<br />
  8. 8.
  9. 9. Póvoa de Lanhoso: village… <br /><ul><li>Area:
  10. 10. 132.5 km2
  11. 11. Inhabitants:
  12. 12. 23.657
  13. 13. Number of Parishes:
  14. 14. 29
  15. 15. Foundation of the municipality:
  16. 16. 1292</li></ul>http://www.mun-planhoso.pt/<br />
  17. 17. Póvoa de Lanhoso: built heritage… <br />
  18. 18. Póvoa de Lanhoso: the castle… <br />
  19. 19. Póvoa de Lanhoso: landscape…<br />
  20. 20. Póvoa de Lanhoso: landscape…<br />
  21. 21. Póvoa de Lanhoso: working gold… <br />
  22. 22. School from Póvoa de Lanhoso<br />Escola Secundária da Póvoa de Lanhoso<br />http://www.esec-povoa-lanhoso.rcts.pt/<br />
  23. 23. Escola Secundária da Póvoa de Lanhoso<br />
  24. 24. Escola Secundária da Póvoa de Lanhoso<br />Some spaces…<br />
  25. 25. Escola Secundária da Póvoa de Lanhoso<br />Public school (since 11.October.1991)<br />Director: José Manuel Ramos Magalhães<br />Teachers: 107<br />Pupils: 902<br />Basic level: 156 students<br />Secondary level: 399 students<br />Professional courses: 270 students<br />Others courses: 77 students<br />
  26. 26. Escola Secundária da Póvoa de Lanhoso<br />Subjects to work in Connecting Classrooms<br />We are the others<br />Intercultural dialogue:<br />Understand the country through it’s tradition and culture <br />Historical consciousness of young people who are at the same time citizens of their home country as well as the European Union;<br />Dress sense in the European Union beyond globalization;<br />Democracy through the eyes of young people: Statement of rights and obligations;<br />Communication in the European Union: a multilingual world;<br />Studying in the European Union;<br />Ethnic minorities<br />Disability<br />
  27. 27. Escola Secundária da Póvoa de Lanhoso<br />Team to work in Connecting Classrooms<br />We are the others<br />Students:<br />Basic level (13/14 years old);<br />Secondary level (15/17 years old).<br />Teachers:<br />History, Geography, Psychology, Sports, Project Area, English, Technical subjects, ICT.<br />
  28. 28. Escola EB2,3 de Mosteiro e CávadoEscola Secundária Carlos Amarante<br />BRAGA<br />
  29. 29. Braga…<br />… the capital of the Great Metropolitan Area of Minho<br />
  30. 30. Braga: name of the town<br />This name was derived from thecostume worn by the ancient native inhabitants, which reached from the waist to the knee - bragas<br />http://www.cm-braga.pt/wps/portal/public_en<br />
  31. 31. <ul><li>Area:
  32. 32. 183.2 km2
  33. 33. Inhabitants:
  34. 34. About 175.000 (as 2009)
  35. 35. Number of Parishes:
  36. 36. 62
  37. 37. Foundation of the municipality:
  38. 38. 200 BC
  39. 39. Municipal holiday:
  40. 40. Saint John, June 24</li></ul>Braga… <br />
  41. 41. It’s a greenand fertile province of Minho, with nice hills and valleys.<br />Braga: beautiful town...<br />
  42. 42. Braga: some general informations...<br />Climate:<br /> Cold winters, hot summers<br />Municipal holiday:<br /> Saint John, June 24<br />Gastronomy:<br /> is famous for its popular feasts and festivals as well as for the local gastronomy.<br />
  43. 43. Braga: built heritage… <br />
  44. 44. Braga: archaeological heritage… <br />
  45. 45. Braga: post cards… <br />
  46. 46. Braga: post cards…<br />
  47. 47. Braga: the city of the archbishops...<br />
  48. 48. Braga… Sanctuary of Bom Jesus do Monte<br />The Sanctuary of Bom Jesus do Monte, famous for its 18th-centuryarchitectural staircase.<br />
  49. 49. It is a lively city, with its universities and modern neighbourhoods<br />Braga: University of Minho<br />
  50. 50. It has an animated weekly market<br />Braga: market…<br />
  51. 51. Schools from Braga<br />Escola Secundária Carlos Amarante<br />http://www.esec-carlos-amarante.rcts.pt/<br />
  52. 52. Escola Secundária Carlos Amarante<br />Carlos Amarante High School has been built using “green” methods and materials. It has successfully met the Green Building Standards.<br />
  53. 53. Escola Secundária Carlos Amarante<br />… “green” methods and materials…<br />It has much glass allowing in natural light<br />to minimise the use of electric lights in the rooms.<br />
  54. 54. Escola Secundária Carlos Amarante<br />… “green” methods and materials…<br />It has a photovoltaic rooftop to generate a considerable percentage of the daily required energy.<br />It has solar panels to heat water used indoors.<br />
  55. 55. Escola Secundária Carlos Amarante<br />… “green” methods and materials…<br />As for electrical light it doesn’t have LEDS (Light-Emitting-Diode), whose consumption is less than two watts and have higher life durability.<br />It has fluorescent compact lights of low consumption.<br />
  56. 56. Escola Secundária Carlos Amarante<br />… “green” methods and materials…<br />It has window shades to block the sun.<br />It will reduce energetic costs because it minimises the use of air conditioning.<br />
  57. 57. Escola Secundária Carlos Amarante<br />… “green” methods and materials…<br />It has a park for bicycles to encourage people to go to school by bicycle and so lower the CO2 emissions<br />
  58. 58. Escola Secundária Carlos Amarante<br />… “green” methods and materials…<br />There’s a system to stop “stand by” of electrical appliances.<br />Monitors and screens turn off automatically, after 15 minutes of non-use.<br />
  59. 59. Escola Secundária Carlos Amarante<br />… “green” methods and materials…<br />It has airy, well-lit corridors and rooms, which reduces energetic costs.<br />
  60. 60. Escola Secundária Carlos Amarante<br />… “green” methods and materials…<br />Most snail-mailhas been replaced by e-mail.<br />The paperused and sold at schoolis recycled.<br />
  61. 61. Escola Secundária Carlos Amarante<br />… “green” methods and materials…<br />Most part of the green areas and treeshave been preserved.<br />
  62. 62. Escola Secundária Carlos Amarante<br />… “green” methods and materials…<br />For the newly created green areas native and drought-tolerant plants will be preferred.<br />
  63. 63. Escola Secundária Carlos Amarante<br />Ournewschooldeserves to beawardedwiththecertificateLEED for Buildings.<br />
  64. 64. Escola Secundária Carlos Amarante<br />Public school (since 1884)<br />Director: Hortense Lopes<br />Teachers: 220<br />Pupils: <br />Secondary level: 1160 students<br />Professional courses: 240 students<br />Others courses: 142 students<br />
  65. 65. Escola Secundária Carlos Amarante<br />Subjects to work in Connecting Classrooms<br />Here we are<br />Intercultural dialogue:<br />Immigration<br />Individual cultures<br />Ethnic minorities<br />Disability<br />
  66. 66. Escola Secundária Carlos Amarante<br />Team to work in Connecting Classrooms<br />Here we are<br />Students:<br />Secondary level (15/18 years old).<br />Teachers:<br />Portuguese, French, Philosophy, English, Library Coordinator<br />
  67. 67. Schools from Braga<br />Escola EB2,3 de Mosteiro e Cávado<br />http://www.mosteiroecavado.net/destaque.htm<br />
  68. 68. Imagens do exterior da escola<br />
  69. 69.
  70. 70. Our school<br />
  71. 71.
  72. 72. Public School inaugurated in 2001<br />Director: António Vilaça<br />Teachers: 130<br />Pupils: 1444<br />Primary: 403 students<br />Basic level: 300 students<br />Secondary level: 380 students<br />Professional courses: 21students<br />Adult courses: 40 students<br />
  73. 73. Bridging the differences<br />Intercultural dialogue:<br />How is school life in England, Czech Republic, Greece?<br />What are their traditions / costumes?<br />What’s the sound of their folk music like?<br />Disability:<br />How do the other European schools integrate people with a physical or mental impairment?<br />
  74. 74. Team to work in Connecting Classrooms<br />Bridging the differences<br />Students:<br />20 Secondary level (12/13 years old);<br />Teachers:<br />History, Geography, Sports, Project Area, English, Arts, Special Needs, ICT.<br />
  75. 75. Porto<br />Escola EB2,3 de Paranhos<br />
  76. 76. Porto on the banks of Douro river<br />
  77. 77. Porto: town… <br /><ul><li>Foundation of the municipality:
  78. 78. 1123
  79. 79. World Heritage since 1996
  80. 80. City Invicta – Invencible City
  81. 81. Area of the city:
  82. 82. 41,66 km2
  83. 83. Number of Parishes:
  84. 84. 15
  85. 85. Inhabitants:
  86. 86. 216 080 (1,7 millions in the metropoletan area)</li></ul>http://english.cm-porto.pt/index.php<br />
  87. 87. Porto: the ancient and the new<br />
  88. 88. Porto and Port: the ancient heritage… <br />
  89. 89. Porto: landscape…<br />
  90. 90. Porto: the monuments…<br />
  91. 91. Porto:its traditions and culture…<br />
  92. 92. School from Porto<br />Escola EB2,3 de Paranhos<br />http://194.65.238.12/<br />
  93. 93. Escola EB 2,3 de Paranhos:School neighbours<br />Covelo Park<br />Dragon Stadium<br />IPATIMUP<br />
  94. 94. Escola EB 2,3 de Paranhos<br />Paranhos in the heart of Porto<br />Some spaces…<br />Our patron<br />
  95. 95. Escola EB 2,3 de Paranhos (home school of a cluster – Eugénio de Andrade)<br />Public school since 1978<br />Director: Maria Natália Cabral<br />Teachers: 110<br />Pupils: 700 including:<br /><ul><li>Basic
  96. 96. Deaf students
  97. 97. CEI (disabled) students
  98. 98. Reference school for the teaching of the deaf since 2008</li></li></ul><li>Escola EB 2,3 de Paranhos<br />Subjects to work in Connecting Classrooms<br />Poverty<br />Students will be motivated to engage in projects such as:<br /><ul><li>Swanning around
  99. 99. 100 words
  100. 100. Chatterbooks</li></li></ul><li>Escola EB 2,3 de Paranhos<br />Team to work in Connecting Classrooms<br />Students:<br />Basic level 6th graders (11/13 years old)<br />Teachers:<br />English and Art.<br />
  101. 101. Matosinhos<br />Escola EB2,3 de Matosinhos<br />
  102. 102. Matosinhos<br />Horizon and Sea Land<br />
  103. 103. Matosinhos: town… <br /><ul><li>Area:
  104. 104. 62,3 km2
  105. 105. Inhabitants:
  106. 106. 151.682
  107. 107. Number of Parishes:
  108. 108. 10
  109. 109. Foundation of the municipality:
  110. 110. 1909</li></li></ul><li>Matosinhos<br />
  111. 111. Matosinhos: come dive with us…<br />
  112. 112. Matosinhos<br />
  113. 113. Matosinhos<br />
  114. 114. Matosinhos<br />
  115. 115. Matosinhos<br />Agrupamento de Escolas de Matosinhos – Escola EB 2,3 de Matosinhos<br />
  116. 116. Schools from Matosinhos<br />Escola EB2,3 de Matosinhos<br />http://eb23matosinhos-m.ccems.pt/<br />
  117. 117. Now: Escola EB 2,3 de Matosinhos<br />
  118. 118. NEXT YEAR: Escola EBI/JI de Matosinhos<br />
  119. 119. EB 2,3 de Matosinhos<br />Public school (work since 1975)<br />Director: Maria Elisabete Castro Ferreira<br />Teachers: 124<br />Pupils: 1060<br />Basic level: 646 students<br />Other courses: 114 students<br />
  120. 120. EB 2,3 de Matosinhos<br />Subjects to work in Connecting Classrooms<br />The Sea we see<br />The importance of preserving Nature<br />The importance of the sea to achieving sustainable economic and social development.<br />The influence of the sea on climate and weather patterns<br />Respect for biodiversity<br />Water sports as an inclusion source<br />Overlooked professions <br />
  121. 121. Escola Secundária Carlos Amarante<br />Team to work in Connecting Classrooms<br />The Sea we see<br />Students:<br />Curso de Operadores de Informática (CEF OI): 14/16 years old <br />Teachers:<br />English, ICT, Sports, Citizenship, Mathematics, Portuguese, Chemistry, Hygiene and Safety, Database Management System, Office Informatic Application, Internet, Computers Installation and Maintenance.<br />
  122. 122. Schools from ALGARVE<br />Escola Secundária Tomás Cabreira<br />Escola Básica Afonso III<br />Escola Secundária de Pinheiro e Rosa<br />Escola EB2,3 Castro Marim<br />Escola Secundária de Loulé<br />
  123. 123. Faro: capital of ALGARVE region<br />
  124. 124. FARO <br /><ul><li>Area:
  125. 125. 203,91 Km2 
  126. 126. Inhabitants:
  127. 127. 58.051
  128. 128. Number of Parishes:
  129. 129. 6
  130. 130. Foundation of the municipality:
  131. 131. 1266</li></ul>http://www.cm-faro.pt/portal_autarquico/faro/v_pt-PT<br />
  132. 132. Faro: landscape<br />Faro is a city in the Faro Municipality in southern Portugal. It is capital of the Algarve region<br />
  133. 133. Faro <br />Marvellously preserved medieval quartersharbour curious museums and churches and a vibrant nightlife – Nearby beaches, add to Faro’s allure.<br />
  134. 134. Faro: landscape<br />
  135. 135. Faro island <br />Faro is a popular destination for sun-seekers from northern Europe and the UK.<br />
  136. 136. Schools from Faro<br />Escola Secundária de Pinheiro e Rosa<br />http://www.es-pr.net/<br />
  137. 137. Escola Secundária de Pinheiro e Rosa<br />
  138. 138. Escola Secundária de Pinheiro e Rosa<br />Public school working since 1994<br />Headmaster: Maria Luísa Madeira<br />Teachers: About 90<br />Pupils: About 900<br />regular secondary studies (10th, 11th and 12th grades). <br />Technological and professional studies.<br />www.es-pr.net<br />
  139. 139. Schools from Faro<br />Escola Secundária Tomás Cabreira<br />http://www.estc.pt.vu/<br />
  140. 140. Escola Secundária Tomás Cabreira<br />
  141. 141. Schools from Faro<br />Escola Básica Afonso III<br />http://www.escolaafonso3.net/<br />
  142. 142. Escola Básica Afonso III<br />
  143. 143. School from Loulé<br />Escola Secundária de Loulé<br />https://www.es-loule.edu.pt/portal/<br />
  144. 144. Escola Secundária de Loulé<br />
  145. 145. School from Castro Marim<br />Escola EB2,3 Castro Marim<br />http://www.eps-castro-marim.rcts.pt/<br />
  146. 146. Escola EB2,3 de Castro Marim<br />
  147. 147. Schools from ALGARVE<br />Subjects to work in Connecting Classrooms<br />Young people and the Global world<br />Young people tastes:<br />Music;<br />Films;<br />Books;<br />Sports.<br />Expectations for the future<br />
  148. 148. Schools from Faro<br />Team to work in Connecting Classrooms<br />Young people and the Global world<br />Students:<br />Secondary level (14-17 years old)<br />Teachers:<br />English, Portuguese, Physical Education…<br />
  149. 149. Portugal<br />Connecting<br />Connecting<br />Classrooms<br />Classrooms<br />Disability<br />Intercultural Dialogue<br />Inclusion<br />Czech Republic<br />Czech Republic<br />Ethnic minorities<br />Ethnic minorities<br />Poverty<br />Poverty<br />Faith<br />Faith<br />London<br />London<br />Greece<br />
  150. 150. Texts& Images<br />Internet (some images)<br />and<br />Teresa Lacerda, Adelina Moura, Andreia Mendes, Cristina Gonçalves, Margarida Corsino, Maria da Luz Sampaio, Maria de Fátima Veiga, Susana Mendes<br />Design & Organization<br />Teresa Lacerda<br />
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