Wow, this is my first post in a while! I’ve got a good excuse:
Speaking of school, I recently went on a field trip with my class to “La Antigua Sexi”. It’s a secondary school for grades 7-12, also known as an instituto. It looks nothing like an “American High school.”, more like a Spanish street. Continue reading →
Well, it’s finally here. We’ve had test scores here, graded papers there, but today was the first concrete evidence of how the teachers think our kids are doing. In short, they kicked some serious butt! I’ll get to the details in a bit, but Heidi and I are extremely proud of the kids. Continue reading →
I know you have loads of questions about Education in our Spanish Public School . We are trying to play catch up on some of these topics. On the first day of school, each of the kids brought home their individually made weekly agenda. They show what subjects are going to be taught in class each our of the day. The first week the kids were getting their sea legs on and attended all of the sessions. While the class doesn’t move about the school to attend the different topics, they may have a teacher other than their own teach a particular topic. Continue reading →
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