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It has been an exciting few weeks here in San Pedro La Laguna..settling in, reuniting with the mothers and girls and starting to interview new possible candidates for the project. Wilson and Juan Carlos, our two fabulous teachers, have continued teaching the classes all year long and it's amazing to see everyone's progress. Our girls can now follow a lot of instructions in English and look so confident when they read and speak. Here is a photo of one of the letters, Maria Elena has written in response to her Canadian pen-pal.
Pretty awesome for only one year! Way to go Maria Elena! Below is a photo of Maria Magdalena, who has always been one of our quickest learners, and Cecilia, who has amazed me in her growth since Christmas. She has so much more confidence now and is calling out answers all the time. It's exciting to see how they have grown in learning and in their overall confidence. Our goal at Project Maltioxinem is not only to teach our students English, but to also promote a love of learning, education and increase their confidence. So that as they progress through their own school system they will be more likely to stay in school and get a full education.
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Kudos to Project Maltioxinem for promoting confidence in their students! Many students suffer from low self-esteem. This is because it is so easy for others to point out their flaws. I find it horrible that there are so many talented students out there that do not get to showcase their abilities because they are too shy to do so. I hope that more people will practice what Project Maltioxinem aims to promote because we really need to build the confidence of each other to be able to maximize the use of our potential.
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All blogs are currently written by Tracy, Board member and co-founder of Project Maltioxinem with input from Wilson, who is on the ground daily working with the women and girls...however, it is our hope that in the future, visitors, volunteers and maybe even our students will be able to contribute to our blog posts!