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Jolly Learning in Mexico

  • Distribuidora de Libros y Servicios Educativos

    email:
    mbarrios@dilse.com.mx
    tel:
    52 55 2167 1874
    town:
    Mexico City
  • Sofia Navas


    20160113_203332Mexico City

    I am an English teacher and have taught in a bilingual primary school and kindergarten in Argentina for more than 10 years.  I got thrilled with Synthetic Phonics many years ago and I have been using the method ever since. I now live in México city and would love to share my experience with other teachers in México.

    email:
    sofianavasd@gmail.com
    tel:
    5543443759
    travel:
    All over Mexico
  • Pilar Muguira Casanova

    PILAR_MUGUIRA

    Mexico City

    Pilar has been teaching kindergarten for the past 7 years at International schools in Mexico City. She has a degree in communications and another one in preschool education. She has experience in the fine and gross motor skills as well as on learning through inquiry, teaching for learning and in constructivist educational approaches. She loves Jolly Phonics because of its multisensory approach that helps include all the children with their multiple intelligences (visual, kinesthetic, auditory, etc.) and helps them succeed in their reading and writing processes. She loves teaching and find her students´ success very satisfying. She is willing to travel around Mexico to give training during school holidays and weekends.

    email:
    pilarmuguira@gmail.com
    tel:
    0445541441730
    travel:
    Mexico City
  • Elizabeth Ruiz Burton Brown

    Beth-Ruiz

    Mexico City

    Beth is a Psychologist and Pre –School Educator. She has been working since 2005 as a preschool teacher at a bi-cultural and inquiry-based teaching school in Mexico City. She had seen the results of Jolly Phonics in another school in Brazil before she started implementing it herself. She is amazed by the outcome in reading and writing in her students, especially by the multi-sensory methodology Jolly Phonics offers to reach different learning styles. She is excited to share her experience with other teachers in Mexico.

    email:
    betabel0119@hotmail.com
    tel:
    0445538885271
    travel:
    Mexico
  • Chelsea Riley

    Mexico City

    Chelsea has a B.A. in English Language and Literature with a minor in Spanish Language and Literature, is TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language) certified, has a certificate in Literature Advocacy, and has taken many International Baccalaureate courses. She is enthusiastic about training others how to use Jolly Phonics effectively. She is based in Mexico City but will travel throughout Mexico, Latin America, or anywhere!

    email:
    chelsea.riley@gmail.com
    travel:
    Throughout Mexico, Latin America and Abroad
  • Valeria Alvarez

    unnamedAguascalientes

    Valeria has over 15 years teaching experience and a masters degree in education. When she first learned about jolly phonics she absolutely fell in love with it and became a fervent and enthusiastic Jolly Phonics follower and user ever since. She tried the program in difficult social contexts in public schools in Mexico and was amazed with the results. She believes that the program works wonders with all children. She has 10 years of experience designing and giving teacher training in the minister of education of the state of Aguascalientes.

    email:
    valeria_alvarez@hotmail.com
    tel:
    4491112948
    travel:
    All over Mexico
  • Jolly Phonics in Mexico City

    Synthetic phonics has spread throughout the world as a teaching tool and Jolly Phonics has been seen as an extensive, child-centered, multi-sensory programme that allows for teachers to secure the learning of English for children; including those who have English as an additional language. Schools in Mexico have been finding that in using Jolly Phonics to learn English, it is a quick and entertaining way that children find fun and engaging.

    DESTECA have created a video showing just that! To watch it click here.