“You find no man, at all intellectual, who is willing to leave London. No, Sir, when a man is tired of London, he is tired of life; for there is in London all that life can afford.” Samuel Johnson
Gladys M Acevedo en el Museo Tagore, India para elephant Minds
Continuamos con la serie El Museo y la Educación. Gladys M Acevedo, miembro de la Fundación Elephant Minds, escribe sobre su visita el Museo de R. Tagore en India. “El templo de los sueños…En Kolkata no se puede traspasar los cuidados jardines de la casa museo del célebre poeta Rabindranath Tagore…”
NEW Blog: The English Language and International Relations
The Benefits of Learning the English Language for International Relations
Every country, regardless of its size has equal standing in the United Nations (UN). Each Member State is entitled to one vote in the General Assembly. It does not matter how influential or dependent they are and hold one another in high esteem. As an organisation composed of an estimated 193 Member States however, there needs to be an accepted form of communication. It was established that this would be facilitated in six official languages. These are: Chinese, Spanish, English, Arabic, Russian and French.
Los niños y la creatividad en los museos, por Patricia C Prada Jimenez
Desarrollo de la creatividad en los museos. ¿Que sucede cuando los niños van al museo?
NEW Blog: English, the language of adventure
We travel and English travels with us…
An elephant for a book
We invite students to draw and/or paint an elephant (or elephants) and send it to The Elephant Minds Foundation. In exchange, EMF will buy a book that will be donated in the student’s name to the school or library they are members of. Find those crayons, pencils, watercolours or any items that will help you express your unique creativity and get started! We look forward to seeing your art work any time soon.
- Encourage students to learn about Elephants; their behaviour, habitats, and what these animals can teach them
- Encourage students to explore ways in which elephants and people can share space where coexistence is a challenge for both
- Encourage students to share their work and educational experiences with others around the world
- Encourage students to help others like them
- Support students so that they may achieve all of the above and leave their own kind and generous legacy by offering An elephant for a book
A project of The Elephant Minds Foundation
NOTE: for further information or if you wish to be on our list to receive this invitation and participate please write to us at email@example.com.
El museo preservador de la historia y el patrimonio
El museo es un instrumento esencial para la preservación de la historia y el patrimonio cultural de los pueblos; su rol esencial y nuevas tareas…
Here it is!
elephant Minds is delighted to cut the red ribbon on its brand-new website which now provides a more streamlined and interactive service. It is the ideal place to discover some of the extraordinary programmes that we offer, including our immersive language courses in Buenos Aires and London, alongside the various continuous professional development courses that are held in locations throughout the UK, Switzerland and Argentina.
NUEVO Rompecabezas por la educación de los niños
Amigo y miembro de la Fundación Elephant Minds, el artista argentino Nicolás Iribarne Llano, donó una hermosa imagen iconográfica del elefante que nos representa, y la hemos trasladado a este hermoso rompecabezas (puzzle) de 16 piezas. El 100% de las ganancias obtenidas serán donados a la Fundación para uso exclusivo en los programas de apoyo a la educación para los niños que más lo necesitan. La Fundación…
The Elephant Minds Foundation continues its work
It seems like almost yesterday, when we started the Elephant Minds Foundation, with the aim of supporting those who have limited or no access to education, but we have actually been running since 2013! Five wonderful years where the support of our students, friends, members, and many supporters has allowed us to get involved with some incredible projects around the world. We have been especially busy over the past two years, with particular focus on our work in Argentina, India and Tanzania.