Innovative pedagogy

    Robin Willner

    Armonk / United States
    I put your computer to work for a good cause

    Did you know your computer could help to perform crucial scientific research? All you need to do is install the free, secure BOINC software; it then automatically puts your computer’s calculating power at the disposal of researchers. Since it only works when you’re not actively using your computer, you won’t even notice.

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    Promising: Learning with Shamengo

    6 April 2016
    Quentin and Bruno, two MA students in Management and Innovation at IAE Grenoble are packing their bags for Shamengo internships with our pioneers in South Africa and Cambodia. It’s an opportunity offered each year as part of the Promising programme.

    Learn French with Shamengo and TV5 Monde

    9 March 2016
    Since June 2015, the video portraits of our pioneers have been used as educational tools on TV5 Monde sites for learning and teaching French. In 6 months, these online tools have received more than 20,000 visits from teachers and more than 120,000 visits from students.

    A First Lady at Lady Mechanic

    3 March 2016
    Our pioneer Sandra Aguebor was visited by Daniela Schadt, wife of the German President Joachim Gauck. It’s an opportunity to (re) discover this Nigerian NGO that rescues at-risk women by offering them employment.

    The Shamengo Villa at l’ISIGE – MINES-ParisTech

    27 January 2016
    Laure Ricqlès, Shamengo volunteer and ambassador, represented our association at the Je m’engage (I’m Committed) event on 14 January 2016, organized by the ISIGE (Institute of Engineering and Environmental Management) and the engineering school l’école des Mines (MINES ParisTech).

    Inspiration for budding engineers at l’Efrei

    20 January 2016
    Over 50 students from Efrei, the engineering school in computer science and digital technologies in Paris Sud, helped to construct and host the Shamengo Villa booth at the COP 21. On December 14, Catherine Berthillier was there to thank them.