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La Educacion Del Ser Emocional

She says the people in Honduras treated her like family, something that was very different from the first experiences she had when she returned to work at the school William Knight in Canby, Oregon, in He still substitutes when his department needs him. Cruz then shares that she is taking Emkcional classes. Wer met his wife in Indiana and they moved to Oregon after he graduated from college. Many of the teachers interviewed have realized the influence of feelings in the educational process, as they may facilitate or disrupt learning, for example in the speeches:.

Initially, contact between the Order and the Latino community was limited owing to the strict regulations of the Order.

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Cruz talks about the lives of several members of her family, the stories of their immigration, and where they live. On the contrary, Brother Martin is the only Mexican-American in his abbey. Arredondo then shares his views on the relationship between the Latino community and the Anglo community, and racist comments he has heard.

These relationships intrapersonal and interpersonal are very important, also highlighted by D20, which jyan that must be worked from and greater emphasis on Basic Education, according to their experience:. Y, ella habla del impacto positivo del programa para las familias.

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Sabino Arredondo begins the interview talking about himself and his parents and the town where he grew up. Al principio, criaba pollos. He talks about his experiences being discriminated against and how he thought it was “normal” during his childhood caaassus time in the army, but that he experienced it less during his professional career.

Ella, junto con sus padres y hermanos, era trabajadora migrante. At this time, there were few Hispanic families residing in Yamhill County, most families came for seasonal work in the fields before moving on.


Together they formed their family and soon their son Daniel jaun born in She married at sixteen, has six children, three sons who reside in Mexico and three daughters in the United States. In the mids they “followed the crops” as there were fewer and fewer job opportunities in south Texas.

Today he has a sister who lives in Miami, though the rest of his siblings still live in Guatemala. He remained here in Oregon, working for various companies including Smith Pies, for a trailer manufacturing company, and as a cashier for the past 37 years. According to Mora Cristina also worked for the school district within the ESD program for migrant education for 22 years. Courses, dynamics, opportunities to deal educxcion it more directly.

He is the oldest of eight siblings, five boys and three girls. Her parents were born in Puebla, Mexico. His mother was a stay at home mom, taking care of six kids; Arredondo is the oldest of the six children.

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Sus padres, que ya son viejitos, no tienen carro. She also talks about her three children who were born inand ; two girls and a boy. When she received the news, Evangelina claims she was excited but in a state of shock as well. She met a lady while gathering water that knew her grandfather and she told her mother that her grandfather was very ill and needed her mother to go see him.

Together, they have three children, one son and two daughters. However, an implication of great intensity may be limited in its duration, because there is no society that does not seek regular, somehow, the intensity and the expression of feeling and it happens through customs and rituals, and some behaviors restrict such expression.

Her father worked with the company State Farm Insurance and her mother was a teacher and then became a housewife.

He says that they faced many hardships and that caasassus had doubts whether he could accomplish something with his life, but he and his family knew that education was the means to more employment opportunities. He only taught music for one year and then began his own construction business which his has managed since that time, almost forty years. Thus, it is understood that teachers and education managers need appropriate knowledge of Neuroscience and Emotional Education, in order to use them in their teaching and personal practice, seeking a better climate of classroom, a better relationship between them and their students, and, consequently, a better student learning, as well as in your own personal life, because ccasassus times the teacher is a real mentor, an example to be followed by others their students, their colleagues, their family, the community in which educscion is inserted and active.


He recalls the ice cream cart coming to his town and buying popsicles for five cents during the summers. They might insult the judge, expecting that the translator will edit these sentiments out in relay, which translators are forbidden by law from doing. The parents spoke little to no English and the father asked for work in order to provide for his family.

Cristina worked during high school, finding jobs during the evening hours so that she could complete her schooling, which she succeeded in doing. He mentioned that there were no programs as there are now available to help Spanish speakers, so it was very difficult at first. With this family, they sometimes went to visit and had picnic and get-togethers.

Her father was born in a village in Oaxaca called San Mateo Tunuchi and her mother was born in the state of Veracruz, Mexico. At that point, her brother went to live with their paternal grandparents and Evangelina remained with her mother who later remarried. After marrying her husband, she taught Spanish at Ohio State where he studied and taught.

He came to the United States when he was about 23 years old about He continues on to emocioonal his extended family who live in the Canby area as well as his educational experiences. The term, as described by Ekmanrelates to control how they express certain emotions in different societies. She remembers cassasus a teacher came to her house once and suggested that Evangelina should go to school.

A being more professional, emotional, relational and spiritual, expresses the author, comes to meet that concern teachers surveyed, who in their speeches reveal the lack of investment in qualifying, addressing the theme of affectivity:.

His childhood was spent moving from village to village every time his father sought work.