Founder of EFÍGIE Educacional, Academic Director of EducBank, PhD in Sociology. Director of International Relations at ANEBHI, a non-profit association to assist in the development of hybrid education
Lara Crivelaro is the founder of EFÍGIE Educacional, an international education company that promotes internationalization among students and higher education institutions. She is also responsible for the academic area of EducBank, the first FinTech to exclusively support basic education and schools in Brazil.
Sociologist at Unicamp and Ph.D. at Unesp / Araraquara, she was director of undergraduate and graduate courses, dean, general coordinator of distance education and consultant for several universities in Brazil.
As CEO of Efígie, she supports and promotes the internationalization of elementary and high school through the implementation of the Double Degree program, guaranteeing Efígie the exclusive representation of Franklin High School in Brazil.
She contributes as Director of International Relations at ANEBHI, a non-profit association whose main objective is to assist in the development of hybrid education in all stages and modalities of basic education, creating a collaborative community of teachers and managers to shelter experiences and offer academic curation transforming them in knowledge and disseminating them to other educators.
Author of three books, she currently has her research focused on the Hybrid Education area, including being Director of International Relations at ANEBHI, a non-profit association that supports teachers in this practice. She is also an evaluator of MEC for accreditation and authorization of classes and distance courses.Why do you want to be a part of the HundrED Community?
I believe that through a collaborative network we can exchange ideas and contribute to educational projects that are close. I like to interact with professionals from different parts of the world and Hundred provides this exchange between people who think about an innovative education.How can education support students to flourish?
Only through education can there be transformation. Education creates the opportunity for students to change their future and that of their community.What role does innovation play in education change?
Just as the world is changing, education needs to keep up with these changes. I understand that innovation should not be seen as an end, but as a means of improving educational results. It is very important that we can change the current pedagogical practices so that we can improve the academic results of students and increase the level of satisfaction and fun at school.Three HundrED innovations you love. (and Why?)
Accelerated - because I believe in the importance of pedagogical training to help teachers learn, develop and implement active learning and 21st century skills in the classroom. AMALA - because I believe in the importance of creating opportunities for the lives of refugees and their communities. Class 42 - Defends the transformation of schools through the project-based learning methodology.Three innovations you would love for HundrED to know about. (and Why?)
My Way Program, which supports students in the construction of their digital portfolio with the objective of identifying skills and competences. ANEBHI Project - association that supports teacher training for hybrid education EducBank Project - first fintech with exclusive focus on supporting basic education in Brazil