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7-17 The Experience

Keys to understand what is expected of you in the future.

Glen Lapson has transfered to ECUUP Foundation all the incomes of the exploitation of the book.

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2312, 2015

When I was 17…

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"When I was 17, I attended a talk at my school with my classmates. This week, I have just had several job interviews and I have seen that everything the speaker told us can be [...]

2312, 2015

When I was 47…

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“When I was 47, I was asked to give a talk to 17-year-olds to guide them on their immediate future as students and as workers. I told them about my experiences working for almost 30 [...]

2212, 2015

A gift for this Christmas time

By |December 22nd, 2015|Categories: 7-17 The Experience|

Should you are assessing to do a gift this Christmas time to your sons or daughters over 17 or you are a teacher of students around this age who are seeking to find a job [...]

2112, 2015

Motto for century XXI. Do you agree?

By |December 21st, 2015|Categories: 7-17 The Experience|

We propose this motto as the logo for the current century. Do you agree? we got it from this link mankinduniversalityman and womanenvironmentlooking after nature

2012, 2015

A child who reads…

By |December 20th, 2015|Categories: 7-17 The Experience|

    We have got this picture from this link EducatorTeacherReadingchild readinghow to read

1812, 2015

Child adding creative value…music

By |December 18th, 2015|Categories: 7-17 The Experience|

The child add creative value through music...and what about the teacher?!

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Satisfying. A versatile and well-structured book; an ideal reminder of those basic aspects to which we don’t pay enough attention and which we ought to do more often.

J. Thomas Meler
Project: 7-17 THE EXPERIENCE

I had the good fortune of being invited to correct this book. A corrector does not always end up becoming emotionally involved in the text on which he is working, but when it happens it is always a positive and enriching experience. This happened to me. The work became a pleasure because this book is designed – and very well, by the way – by helping those who need it most, to convince teenagers who are soon to become adults and who are facing a future full of many paths in the road. What path to take? On its pages, you will not find exhaustive, tough or simple solutions. Instead there is something much more important: a way of achieving objectives through effort and optimism based on personal work. This work offers readers useful tools to mature personally and professionally. It is like the rod which is given to each and everyone of us to learn to fish.

Jose Antonio Quilez
Project: 7-17 THE EXPERIENCE

This book is a great tool, not only for those of us who work in the field of education.
Parents and educators can find answers to many of the questions which emerge in our daily interactions with teenagers. The idea of ‘Adding Value’ (one of the key concepts of this work) reflects a positive attitude and a constructive way of facing reality, a breath of fresh air at a time when what is superficial, easy and individualistic takes precedence in many fields of society.

Joaquín Macipe Costa

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