Conchi L.

Conchi L.

 I began to work in the field of special education as an Early Care Technician with TGD children. I could see the importance of making learning accessible in a different way. Learning had to be manipulative, procedural and above all exciting for all children.

After graduating in Pedagogy and working for years in permanent teacher training (trying all the team to change the educational processes and improve them) I needed to be with the children in situ and returned to the classroom. I was looking for educational innovation, I reviewed publications on neuroeducation, different ways of teaching in other countries and other "alternative" pedagogy to the traditional one and I reread María Montessori.

As a mother I understood the real need for educational change because I couldn't find a school that would completely adjust to what I wanted for my son. I decided to continue my education in order to be able to offer him a space according to what I thought he needed. I was certified as a Montessori Guide and graduated as a Higher Technician in Infant Education.

After being able to apply the Montessori philosophy in different educational spaces, I was invited to be part of this project created with so much love that I could not refuse and that can now enjoy, among many children, my second daughter. Today I am very happy to see every morning the smiles of the children as they learn for themselves.