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Meet Our Teachers

about 1 month ago

We at Silverthorne Elementary are very fortunate to have 3 teachers from Spain who will be working with our staff and students as we begin to implement our dual language program, 

Andrés Martínez Campos, Andrea Antoni Nebot, and Teresa Llopis Molins.

Take time to read about and Get to Know our very special new teachers. 
 
This month we are featuring Teresa Llopis Molins.


Teresa was born in Valencia, Spain and has lived in Catalonia, the Netherlands, and Germany before coming to Silverthorne.   


Teresa is the youngest of three children and has two older brothers.


When Teresa was 13, she started playing the violin and she was the only musician in her home.

Teresa attended the conservatory for 6 years. 

She considers the violin a “close friend”.

 “Music is always in my heart.”

 She attended the conservatory for 6 years and The violin has been a  "close friend" to Her for many years.

" music is always in my heart."


Teresa studied has earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Music and a Master's Degree in Educational Psychology and has also studied Music Therapy and Dalcroze pedagogy.  But when Teresa's not busy studying, she finds time for other activities she enjoys such as nature, adventure, and traveling

 



She would love to visit India again.


On a trip to Germany, she met her husband and...        

the only musician in her home.


 She attended the conservatory for 6 years and says that the violin has been a close friend of hers for many years.

Music is always in her heart!!

And music is always in my heart. 


...they fell in love and decided to live the adventure together.

        

WE ARE SO GLAD THE ADVENTURE BROUGHT TERESA TO SILVERTHORNE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL.


 Andrés Martinez Campos.

       

Andrés was born and raised in Madrid, the capital of Spain.  Most recently, he has shared pictures of his home with the kindergarten students he is teaching.  

Andres’ brings much experience and expertise to our school.  He is a primary education teacher with a  foreign language teaching specialization and a  special education degree as well.. He has a Masters Degree in school counseling and is fluent in Spanish Sign Language. He lived in Norway for a semester as part of a college exchange program and during that time he did an internship in a Norwegian school.  

Arriving just a few months ago, he’s been settling into his new home in Summit County and has already begun exploring the area.  He loves nature and hiking which was one of the main reasons he chose Colorado. Andres is passionate about drawing and sketching and he is quite often seen drawing for his students as he helps them to understand the concepts he is teaching in Spanish.  When he’s not in the classroom, he is keeping a sketch diary of his time in the United States and he loves reading!!  He’s hoping to read more books that are written in English in the upcoming year.

While Andres talents are many, he admits that he has never learned to ski, barely knows how to ice skate, and has NEVER, EVER, driven in the snow.  It won’t be long, Andres!!