Research Article of International Journal of Service Science and Management
Assess the level of knowledge about sustainability, appreciation of popular knowledge and the concept of health of children, pre-teenagers and teenagers from low-income community of the neighborhood Pina, Recife-PE
Vasconcelos, D.S¹, Souza, W.P1, Andrade, E.H.S1, Alves, C.F.A1, Silva, E.V2, Anjos, F.B.R3
1Majoring in Bachelor of Biological Sciences, Universidade Federal de Pernambuco/UFPE. Recife – PE, Brazil. 2Evandro Valentim da Silva. Doctor of Pharmacology, PhD student in Pharmaceutical Sciences, Universidade Federal de Pernambuco/UFPE. Recife – PE, Brazil, 3Fálba Bernadete Ramos dos Anjos. Professor, Universidade Federal de Pernambuco/UFPE.
This study aimed to review three activities undertaken by the Group of Biological Sciences, Federal University of Pernambuco (UFPE) with young people between 2 and 14 years of the NGO in Recife-PE, in search of each methodology effect applied to learning students. In the days of group visits, the activity was applied at three different times relative to the time that young people are playing football, and analyzed how they behaved in relation to the activity brought. It was observed more interest and curiosity in applied after the game, where children and adolescents were already filled, and able to do something different. Observed indicates that in addition to the theme of a dynamic, the occasion and the way it will be displayed directly influences the knowledge that students can absorb a day of visits to the project.
Keywords: UFPE, NGO, Activities, Biological, Project
How to cite this article:
Vasconcelos, D.S, Souza, W.P, Andrade, E.H.S, Alves, C.F.A, Silva, E.V, Anjos, F.B.R.Assess the level of knowledge about sustainability, appreciation of popular knowledge and the concept of health of children, pre-teenagers and teenagers from low-income community of the neighborhood Pina, Recife-PE.International Journal of Service Science and Management, 2018, 1:4. DOI:10.28933/ijssm-2018-06-1804
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