IES Profesor Juan Bautista - SPAIN
Carmen Pérez (coordinator): English teacher at I.E.S. Profesor Juan Bautista. She is currently participating in a project about Moodle with other teachers from the school.
Manuel Jesús Bonilla: Headmaster of I.E.S. Profesor Juan Bautista. He also teaches Social Studies.
David Bracho: English teacher who loves languages and working with kids. This is his fifth year working at this school.
José Joaquín Carrera: (Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Education) Maths teacher of students aged between 12 and 14 years old at I.E.S. Profesor Juan Bautista. He is also the Secretary of the School.
Isabel Cuevas: Biology and Geology teacher at I.E.S. Profesor Juan Bautista.
Josefa Domínguez: Physics and Chemistry teacher at I.E.S. Profesor Juan Bautista. She teaches students from 13 to 16 years old.
Araceli Fernández: Spanish Language and Literature teacher. At present, she also teaches Latin at I.E.S. Profesor Juan Bautista.
Raquel Hernández: Maths teacher. This is her third year at I.E.S. Profesor Juan Bautista. She teaches students from 13 to 16 years old.
María de los Ángeles Macías: English teacher at I.E.S. Profesor Juan Bautista. This is her first year at this High school. She loves English music, sitcoms, films and literature.
Ana Pardo: Has been teaching P.C.P.I. (a Initial Vocational Qualification Program) since 2000. At present, she is teaching in a Gardening Program (gardens and parks assistants) and some fields related to growing plants, taking care of gardens and other facilities, etc. She uses Moodle to work with her students.
David Roldán: Computer Science and Technology teacher. He is also the ICT coordinator at I.E.S. Profesor Juan Bautista. He is working on a project about Moodle with a group of teachers from the school.
Jesús Sánchez: Computer Science and Technology teacher. His message: “Thanks to engineering, life can be easier for everyone, so let me make it possible and I'll feel better”.
I.E.S. Profesor Juan Bautista is a Secondary School located in El Viso del Alcor, a town near Seville, in the South of Spain. Juan Bautista is the name of a teacher that helped the first public school in this region during the 60’s. The building was finished in 1979 and it began as a Primary school, but twenty years later it ended up as a Secondary school.
Today, there are about five hundred students and forty teachers. The students are aged between 12 and 16 years old.
The school has been on an ICT project since 2004. There is internet connection in all the classrooms and there are nine interactive whiteboards that are used on a daily basis.
This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.