Although I’m posting this blog post a couple of weeks later than I wanted to do, I think it’s worth doing it, especially for the E.P. and the initiatives I’m going to talk to you about. The thing is that these past weeks I’ve had the opportunity to go to Copenhagen, Denmark, to participate on the European project EIPTE. I’ve done it with 15 students of the Grade of Primary Education at the University of Deusto, and two colleagues of the same university that, like me, opt for the entrepreneurial education and the teacherpreneurs. But let’s go by parts, I’ll tell you this story later.
I’m sure that if I talk to you about generation X or Z you know what I mean, or at least, I’m sure they ring a bell, and the same with millennials or the generation Y, right? The point is that a few weeks ago I came across a new concept (at least for me):
the elastic generation or flat society. (more…)
I met the protagonist of this post some years ago, around September of 2013, when he started taking part inthe last genertaion of Ekin-It 2014 together with a team of wonderful entrepreneurial people who day by day show us why some day they decided to invest their time in participating in a program that, in our protagonist’s words, achieved:
“To awaken the dream I knew I had, but I couldn’t find.”
I admit that, in general, I like going shopping, but I understand that there are many people who, for many reasons, can’t, don’t want to or don’t like to do this activity which for some people is an “experience”. Well, some weeks ago one of my sisters sent me a link of some news about a company founded not a long ago, on the 1st of July of 2016. Its name is reKados. Are you interested in knowing about it? I’ll introduce you to it. (more…)
I admit that one of the projects this post is based on got to my heart last Tuesday the 26th of September when I was listening to the radio while I was having breakfast. Not only that, but speaking with one of the people who is behind it just made me even more excited. Maybe it’s professional deformation or just “personal deformation”. I only wish (and that’s where I make an effort) that my college students and my own children learn, also, from people like the one I am presenting you today.