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How can we encourage students to view learning as a life-long adventure and not just an end goal?

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Anna Rivera

Spanish Teacher; Rassias Center Fellow

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BACKGROUND

Anna is from Sonora, Mexico. Growing up, she experienced firsthand the opportunities knowing more than one language can offer people, not only academically but in their personal lives. Her experience teaching English as a foreign language started in high school with her classmates, and after finishing university, she has now taught English to children, teenagers, and adults. She enjoys learning languages in her spare time (currently learning French, Italian, and Swedish), reading, and watching figure skating competitions. This year, she’s joining the Rassias Center and NEIA as a Spanish teacher. She’s excited to join the NEIA community.

EDUCATION

B.A., English Language Teaching, Universidad de Sonora, Mexico

WHAT SHE’D WHISPER IN THE EAR OF HER 15-YEAR-OLD SELF

Don’t worry about finding the "right” path; there’s more than one, and what’s meant for you will find you.

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