My 5th grade pupils have been drawing up a “TableTop Game” for the second term in Arts&Crafts subject at Colegio Esclavas S.C.J. de Benirredrà. They have carried out in groups … Read more5th Grade Pupils TableTop Games
Labolú, the out-of-school activity center for kids that Ana Martí and I set up two years ago, was mentioned in the summer issue of the Spanish magazine “Educación 3.0“. This … Read moreLabolú in “Educación 3.0” Magazine
As a teacher of kids I’m used to dealing with elementary pupils, but last summer I experienced something completely new: teaching teachers. Ana Martí and I carried out a Course … Read moreTeaching teachers
UPV-Campus Gandia run an event by the name of “Creativity Day” a few months ago. It took place for three Saturdays in Oliva, Gandia and Tavernes de la Valldigna during … Read moreCreativity Day
Ana Martí and I gave a talk at UPV-Campus Gandia on 18th February, 2015. The lecture was about new approaches on innovating at schools. We, as Labolu‘s founders, shared our … Read moreTalk about innovating in the classroom
“Project Based Learning” is a methodology where pupils have to carry out a long-term project with several milestones. This project must be something motivating and challenging. Assessment takes place during … Read moreProject Based Learning
Nowadays many schools seem to be in a rush in order to going digital or starting innovative projects. Even though I’ve been working as a computer technician for years and … Read moreInnovating at all costs?
I must recognize that I’m a lover of sci-fi books. However, I always feel embarrassed when I get to a bookstore and I ask for the sci-fi department. Society doesn’t … Read moreScience Fiction: a worth reading genre
I attended a meeting last April on the subject of new tools for teachers provided by Microsoft. At first it didn’t sound all that interesting to me but I must … Read moreTeaching skills or tools?