storyline by_ Donghee Cho
motion graphics by_ Sang-eun Han
photo from_ Joseph project after school, Johannesburg, South Africa
photo from_ Living Life School, Dodoma, Tanzania
photo from_ Nairobi, Kenya
수학 + 다양한 지식 = 통합형 수학책
Well Done Mathematics! is an integrated textbook helping children to have interest in learning math with a story of the African boy Didier, who loves football. It helps students to learn important values such as ‘fairness’ and ‘cultural diversity’ as well as the solar system and the sea through the Didier’s adventure. It was made by volunteer educators, illustrators, designers, translators, and individual donators of Well Done Project.
교육가들의 Well Done Mathematics! 평가
She is one of the curriculum committees of Western Cape Education Department (WCED) in South Africa. She wanted to use the book in school, especially for boys to get interested in math class when I gave some books to them after having a meeting in their office building in Cape Town.
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Why_ After building the water pump in DR Congo, I could visit Ntembe basic school in a countryside of Zambia by invitation of World Vision Korea in 2010. In the school, I found that there were no books or tools for the students. So I wondered what I can do for them and found the letter of Yaguine and Fode, who appealed to the world to help children in Africa and froze to death on an airplane flying from Guinea to Belgium in 1999 while I was searching the internet.
Since then, I thought about making a book which helps children to broaden their horizon with reasonable price and started to make it gathering participants such as educators, illustrators, and translators through SNS and fundraised money for the project by conducting some crowdfunding projects.
Chief Director_ Donghee Cho
Contents_ Eunhye yang | Miji Choi | Eunkyung Yoon
Illustration_ Minkyung Sin | Jongchae Kim | Jong-eun Yoon | Yujeong Choi | Youngji Lee
Design_ Jiyoun Kim | Donghee Cho (concept)
Translation_ Seolhee Park | Haemi Moon
Research_ Jun Miguel Lee
Proofreading_ Seolhee Park | Jonathan Davis Tessler | Tom Horn
Jiwon Lee at Appropriate Technology Future Forum
Well Done Project also spent some money fundraised by the crowdfunding of the book to repair old water tanks of two primary schools, Mbuyuni and Sinoni in cooperation with the local NGO, The Green Living Planet in Arusha and Appropriate Technology Future Forum in Korea.
Benson Mariki at The Green Living Planet, Tanzania
Jeongtae Kim at Books International
2013 | Making English version of <Well Done Mathematics!>
2014 | Selling <Well Done Mathematics!> in Tanzania / Fixing two water tanks in Sinoni / Mbuyuni primary schools with a local NGO The Green Living Planet
2015 | Making French version of <Well Done Mathematics!> / Making the guidebook for teachers for Well Done Mathematics!
2016 | Selling <Well Done Mathematics!> French version in Guinea with the local publishing company les Editions Ganndal
2017 | Planning an education support project with Western Cape Education Department (WCED) in South Africa and Gwangju National University of Education (GNUE) in S.Korea (suspended)