Continuing the discussions and the beginning of the works in 2011, when Prof. Giselle Ferreira joined Estácio's PPGE academic staff, at the end of 2012, her appointment as a Visiting Researcher at the Open University, associated with the Technology and Education Research Group (TERG) was approved and since then she started to work in liaison with other professors of the TICPE Line. Within the scope of this exchange, possibilities are opened for the achievement of researches and joint publications, sandwich internships and other academic exchanges. One of the aspects of this exchange, developed in 2012, is the collaboration with the group that develops the Sens tool, developed in the Open itself in a collaboration of this institution with the MIT Media Lab. This is a programming environment with a graphical interface based on Scratch software developed at MIT to teach programming to children and young people. The work developed by the Open team involved the modification of the graphical interface in order to adapt it for a different age group, as well as the development of a hardware board to support experimental activities associating programming to other subjects explored in the module. The tool is being used in a Master's research spearheaded by Prof. Giselle, considering the field for the conduction of an Action Research work, an EJA course offered by a traditional teaching institution in Rio de Janeiro. One of the products of this work already in development is a version of Sense in Portuguese, which will be shared freely in the network.