Ursula Rodulfo - director
Bachelor in psychology at the University of Buenos Aires. All my life I have been interested in the knowledge of the human being. And I believe that education begins with oneself, in self-knowledge, which is an endless practice. I have worked with children since I was very young. They do not teach you to stay present, we do not forget the essential things of life.
Angie - school secretary
Hello! I'm Angie! I have been in school for 4 years, my path in education started by chance and has become one of the motives of my life. Working with children cures, motivates and teaches. I could not be more grateful.
barbara - teacher, Upper elementary
I was born in Cádiz, Spain. I studied Magisterium in Granada and Social and Cultural Anthropology. I arrived in Mexico to finish my studies. I have been a Upper Elementary teacher since 2014. I like animals and nature. Also art, history and science. Also the cinema and reading. I teach the garden and physical education workshop.
aurora - teacher, lower elementary
Born in Spain. Teacher in Primary Education and licensed in Psychopedagogy. I’ve worked for many years as an educator in different social and educational fields. I arrived in Mexico 6 years ago to work in a school on the coast of Oaxaca. After 2 years I decided to continue my career at Escuela del Mundo in San Pancho. I define myself as a cheerful and dynamic person. I love children, riding a bicycle, theater, dance, stories, music and life on the beach. "You must serve the spirit well, help the child to act, love and think for himself", says María Montessori.
dulce - teacher, casa de niños
“Only what the educator already conquered in himself can be transmitted to the child.” With this idea, every day I focus my energy on self-education that allows me to be a worthy example of love, respect and harmony for the children and the beings that surround me.
andrea - teacher, short term students
My name is Andrea. I grew up in Mexico City with a bicultural education. I have worked with children giving art workshops and teaching language classes. I think the best way to learn a foreign language is through cultural immersion.
karIn - english teacher
I was born in Toronto, Canada to Colombian and Armenian parents. I speak four languages.
Children are receptive in nature. Curious and in awe, they meet the world with open arms. They need adults who are authentic and loving; clear and patient. We want to nurture their imagination and instil a healthy rhythm of learning and being in the world.
Teaching a foreign language to young children invites them to be open to a different culture and sensitive to other people’s way of experiencing reality.
xochitl - teacher’s assistant, taller 1
Motivate, inspire, transform. Because the student can forget what you said, but never the person who was with them.
Education is a thing of the heart. We came to learn, share, play more and give love. I have taught many things, but I still have more to learn.
Thanks to my little students.
sindi - teacher’s assistant, casa de Niños
Hello, my name is Sindi. I’ve worked here since January 2015. In 2017, I took a break to have my baby Matias. I came back to work that fall. I love my job and the company of all the children. I dedicate a lot of love and affection for them every day.
jeffery - math teacher
I've been a volunteer at Escuela del Mundo teaching math for 8 years. Before that, I taught English as a second language in Sayulita and San Pancho for another 8 to 10 years. I taught in the US for 5 years when I was younger. I was born in the US but have traveled extensively. I have lived in Mexico since 1992. It is an honor for me to participate in Escuela del Mundo.
juan - music teacher
I have been a music teacher for 6 years. I like to learn from children. I like jazz and rock. I love painting and I love walking in nature.