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I am 12 years old and have much to say about my education

“I am 12 years old and I attend seventh grade at a school in Madrid.”Our interlocutor seems shy but she is not. Her curiosity gets the best of her and she soon takes control of the conversation. She tells us interesting things about her school, her class, her teacher and her friends. It is her daily routine and the basis of her future. And she certainly knows what she is talking about, having attended classes for more than eight years. Quite a professional!We go through some digital exercises…See More
Nov 17, 2013
Antonio Vega posted a blog post

I am 12 years old and have much to say about my education

“I am 12 years old and I attend seventh grade at a school in Madrid.”Our interlocutor seems shy but she is not. Her curiosity gets the best of her and she soon takes control of the conversation. She tells us interesting things about her school, her class, her teacher and her friends. It is her daily routine and the basis of her future. And she certainly knows what she is talking about, having attended classes for more than eight years. Quite a professional!We go through some digital exercises…See More
Nov 17, 2013
Celia left a comment for Antonio Vega
"Lovely story."
Dec 11, 2012
Antonio Vega replied to Robert Farazin's discussion The limits of my language means the limits of my world.
"Hi Robert, check out our videos. We produce in English, Spanish and Portuguese. http://www.elesapiens.com/learning-units/Let's talk.Antonio."
Dec 11, 2012
Antonio Vega commented on Jenny Conklin, EETT Coordinator's group 21st Century Learning & the Core Subjects
"Hi everybody, I share this amazing story about a teacher from Colombia. Very inspiring: Knowledge on the Back of a Donkey"
Dec 11, 2012
Antonio Vega posted a blog post

Knowledge on the Back of a Donkey

Do you remember that restless child from my last post that enjoyed so much learning, had an immense curiosity about everything, and went to school in a rural area, somewhere in the world? His name was David but, as we said then, this was not too important. In fact, it was so unimportant that when he grew up we find him in a village in Colombia and his current name is Luis.As a young man, even more than when he was a child, Luis liked to let his imagination fly. One day he let it fly for quite a…See More
Dec 11, 2012
Antonio Vega posted a blog post

Aprendiendo a aprender

Del blog de Elesapiens: http://www.elesapiens.com/es/aprendiendo-a-aprender/En una escuela sin nombre…Un chaval inquieto se revuelve en su silla. Tiene 8 años y la mirada viva, penetrante. Acude a una escuela rural en un pueblo pequeño. Podría ser casi cualquier sitio del mundo.Nuestro amigo se llama David, pero eso no es muy importante. Lo importante es que le gusta soñar despierto, no lo puede evitar pese a las reprimendas que…See More
Nov 26, 2012
Antonio Vega posted a status
""Me aburro en clase" Si alguna vez has escuchado esta frase, te interesa este artículo sobre Educación Expandida: http://ning.it/V2rmzK"
Nov 26, 2012
Antonio Vega is now a member of The Global Education Conference Network
Nov 8, 2012

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Organization (if applicable):
Elesapiens Learning & Fun
Location (City or Town):
Madrid
About Me or Reason for Joining the GEC:
Learn and share experiences and information about education with people all around the world.
I am a:
teacher, library-media specialist, parent, consultant
Grade Level or Age of Students You Work With (if applicable):
7 to 13
Web Site (if applicable):
http://www.elesapiens.com
Blog (if applicable):
http://www.elesapiens.com/eleblog/
Languages Spoken:
Spanish, English, a bit of Portuguese,
Twitter Name:
@elesapiens
Skype Name:
elesapiens_skype

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I am 12 years old and have much to say about my education

“I am 12 years old and I attend seventh grade at a school in Madrid.”

Our interlocutor seems shy but she is not. Her curiosity gets the best of her and she soon takes control of the conversation. She tells us interesting things about her school, her class, her teacher and her friends. It is her daily routine and the basis of her future. And she certainly knows what she is talking about, having attended classes for more than eight years. Quite a professional!

We…

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Posted on November 17, 2013 at 4:36pm

Knowledge on the Back of a Donkey

Do you remember that restless child from my last post that enjoyed so much learning, had an immense curiosity about everything, and went to school in a rural area, somewhere in the world? His name was David but, as we said then, this was not too important. In fact, it was so unimportant that when he grew up we find him in a village in Colombia and his current name is Luis.

As a young man, even more than when he was a child, Luis liked to let his imagination fly. One day he let it fly…

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Posted on December 11, 2012 at 6:35am

Aprendiendo a aprender

Del blog de Elesapiens: http://www.elesapiens.com/es/aprendiendo-a-aprender/

En una escuela sin nombre…

Un chaval inquieto se revuelve en su silla. Tiene 8 años y la mirada viva, penetrante. Acude a una escuela rural en un pueblo pequeño. Podría ser casi cualquier sitio del mundo.

Nuestro amigo se llama David, pero eso no es muy importante. Lo importante es que le…

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Posted on November 26, 2012 at 2:41pm

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At 11:10am on December 11, 2012, Celia said…

Lovely story.

 
 
 

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