All Posts by: Elizabeth Briceno

About Elizabeth Briceno

Lawyer graduated from the Central University of Venezuela, studied at “Université de Droit, d’Economie et de Sciences Sociales in Paris” obtaining the title of Master in Private International Law, and French, in “Universite des Langues et Lettres de Grenoble”. She was a professor of the chair of Human Rights at Andres Bello Catholic University, university that published his work “Presence of Human Rights”. During the past 10 years he has been devoted to education in the area of languages, being instructor French, Creole and Spanish, in Lingua Language Center, Talk International and Broward College.

by  Elizabeth Verna Briceño Year 2016 is starting with important changes and innovations in the areas of knowledge. Technology continues to occupy the first places, being an essential part of the contents of all educational programs. Classrooms are invaded by new technological developments linked to the use of social networks in teaching and communication within…

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Going back to school or university always produces uncertainty and expectations due to the new reality that our children live. No matter how old they are we always care about their well-being, make good friends, will not be influenced by others who do not have the values that we have given them, be far away…

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Written by  Elizabeth Verna Briceño Dear Readers   Aldea Educativa Magazine team would like that this coming year will be for you all a prosperous year, especially in the area of education, and programs like Mi Gente Mi Escuela in support of the Hispanic community, continue to grow and see their results in a short…

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By Sonia Mauriello Under the musical direction of Gustavo Dudamel, Mahler´s 8th Symphony took life and filled with emotions the Teresa Carreño Theatre in Caracas. Director Gustavo Dudamel, a 30 year old Venezuelan, who with his passionate way of directing, has captured audiences from all parts of the world, is the current musical director of the Simón…

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