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NNomad NNomad: Teaching backwards

Alternative and original method that crosses languages and creative education, where one of them is the goal and the other the bridge and viceversa. Scalable idea I look forward to expand globally wherever I travel within the near and long future. As a passionated person about languages, I tried to mix what I do daily and these bridges to make connections with cultures. Some people call them languages. As I learned both academically and also by practicing a lot, in my own way, I took the freedom to develop an original methodology for those who don’t learn by traditional ways.

 

Curiously when it comes to share NNomad NNomad, nobody really thinks about sustainability and it ́s because it ́s underlines, I get it. If I like to travel, have you noticed that all of my ideas are actually rootless? This one doesn’t even save the name for it. It is literally movement. Said so, one the main ingredients is movement. I invite my  ́students ́ to walk through the city, to see the city from another point of view. These are, the language they are learning or improving and one of my topics of experience such as photography, advertising, urbanism, creativity, traveling, sustainability and so on. For now [2017], walking around Santiago, Chile. The idea is to walk every continent, one compass at the time.

 

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