”The importance of sport from an early age: experience and values that it brings us”
Claudia is an excellent Andorran athlete and current basketball player at Cedis. In addition, she is a coach of the female cadet base team of the Andorran Basketball Federation. She was the only representative of Andorra at the 2015 Athletics World Championships in Beijing.
“Art and new generations”
He began his training at the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum in Lugano, Switzerland, and later trained in museology at the Saint George school in London. He collaborated in the creation of the Carmen Thyssen Collection working in exhibitions in Europe, the United States or Japan, among others. For six years, he has been the General Conservator of the Collection, Director of the Carmen Thyssen Andorra Museum, as well as supervisor of the future Carmen Thyssen Sant Feliu de Guíxols Museum and Patron of the Carmen Thyssen Málaga Museum.
“How to be the teachers of managing our children’s emotions and behavior”
Judith has a degree in Psychology from the University of Barcelona, she has a mention in Clinical Psychology specialized in neurodevelopmental disorders and more specifically in Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). She is the co-founder of a day center for young adolescents with ASD, an educator at an educational center and a psychologist at Dinàmic Speech Therapy and Psychology.
“Learning english through arts”
Student in the fourth year of the Double Degree in Early Childhood Education and Primary Education with a specialization in English at the University of Vich – Central University of Catalonia. For her, this profession is a vocation, considering education as the engine to change the way the world works. Linked from an early age to the world of art, she decided to link it to languages until she got to the lesson on how to teach English focusing on the development of the character in narration through art. Imagination and creativity are considered two essential ingredients for the development of children.
“See to Learn. Visual skills that enhance the learning process”
Optician-optometrist and teacher, specialized in behavioral optometry, visual therapy and neurolinguistic programming. She combines her clinical practice as optometrist and director of the Lucila To Optometry and Therapy Center with her passion for training. He teaches specialized trainings on vision and communication to therapists and educators. She has a master’s degree in Human Resources Management and Management, she is an ambassador for behavioral optometry and a teacher in the framework of Integrative Pediatric Manual Therapy (TMPI). He is a Fellow and sits on the Executive Board of the International Society for Developmental and Behavioral Optometry (SIODEC). Author of the Manual for her first visual stimulation.
“Reading is thinking for oneself”
Speech therapist graduated from the Ramon Llull University of Barcelona. She is co-founder of the Dinàmic Speech Therapy and Psychology Center and Manager of the Despierta Andorra Program for the development of high capacities. He has 18 years of experience serving patients with literacy disorders, among other pathologies.
“The importance of nutrition at the school stage. Myths and realities”
Dietitian from the Alfonso X el Sabio University, Madrid and specialist in oncological patient nutrition, SEOR (Spanish Society of Oncology and Radiotherapy) Francisco de Vitoria University, Madrid. Specialty in Hematology diagnosis, Isabel I University, Burgos.
|Claudia Guri||Tuesday, May 12|
|Lucila To García-Miranda||Thursday, May 14|
|Guillermo Alejandro Cervera||Tuesday, May 19|
|Olga Armengol Pons||Thursday, May 21|
|Judith Sansa Hurtado||Tuesday May 26|
|Ariadna Pujol Gispert||Thursday, May 28|
|Helma Gallardo||Tuesday, June 2|