Bob Barboza is the director of the Cabo Verde Tenth Island Project. He is an educator, journalists, software designer and founder of Super School University. Throughout his teaching career he worked at the elementary, middle and high school level. Bob is the author of several teacher and student productivity tools such are e-portfolios, lesson planners, electronic IEP’s and classroom observational tools. Currently he has designed a suite of teacher and student productivity tools for the Cabo Verde Tenth Island Project for iPhones, iPads, Mac’s and PC’s. Bob Barboza is most known for designing Kids Talk Radio, Super School Teen TV, Youth World News and Super School Press. The Cabo Verde Tenth Island Project makes it possible for students to become backpack engineers, backpack journalists, backpack scientists, and backpack robotic team members.
“It is very exciting to have an opportunity to work with students and teachers from around the world on the Cabo Verde Tenth Island Project. This project takes full advance of STEAM and we added the study of foreign languages.”——– Bob Barboza
Super School University is proud to announce that Michael Morera is the Dean of Jr. Business School. His department will make it possible for our international teachers and students to have a deeper understanding of the financial literacy, mathematics and science involved in the International Cabo Verde Tenth Island Project. He will help lead the new conversations that will lead to the understanding and financing of the worlds most perfect island. We invite you to join our enhanced STEM and financial literacy virtual projects and conversations.
“We are using project-based leaning and enhanced STEM to help our students to solve real-world math problems. The Cabo Verde Tenth Island is the perfect challenge for our students. I will be giving our students lots to think about when we finance the uninhabited island of Santa Luzia.” —- Michael Morera