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Jonnathan Elizondo

Ministerio de Educación de Costa Rica
Primary School Teacher
San José, Costa Rica
Jonnathan Elizondo holds an M.A in Teaching English as a Foreign Language and a B.A in Primary Education with emphasis in English teaching from the University of Costa Rica; he is current pursuing his Licentiate degree in English Teaching at UAM. Professor Elizondo is also a current candidate to obtain a PhD in Education from Universidad Internacional Iberoamericana in Mexico. At present he works for the Ministry of Public Education as a primary school English teacher, at Centro de Capacitación en Educación a Distancia (CECED) at UNED, and as an international examiner for Cambridge Assessment English. Mr. Elizondo has also worked as a facilitator for Instituto Cultural Domínico Americano in The Dominican Republic. He devotes his time and energy seeking ways to enhance his students' learning processes and is especially interested in exploring the use of ICTs to improve students’ language skills. A thought he strongly identifies with is Albert Einstein’s “I never teach my pupils. I only provide the conditions in which they can learn.”
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