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· The Naughty Cave of San Juan: What? No bat guano? · NEW! The Cave That Became A Qanat: What is a Persian Irrigation System doing in Western Mexico? · NEW! The ZOTZ Caves: Altilte Cave, Cuachalalate Cave, The Pihuamo River Caves, Recent Discoveries in the Cerro Grande, and more!.
· NEW! The Farmer and the Bats:
A story for kids of all ages, based on an anecdote by Merlin Tuttle.
· The Black Cow of Autlán: Somewhere in the inky night, Sanborn's Cow is waiting for you! · Don Cándido: Because of people like him, everybody loves Mexico. · Pato: The Korean duck that wouldn't fly (in Spanish...EN ESPAÑOL). · The Snowy Slopes of Popocatépetl: We came to conquer the mountain, but Popo had other plans...) ·
· On Teachers and Sensitivity: by Dr. Caleb Gattegno, known in his lifetime as "The World's Greatest Teacher" . · Caleb Gattegno and the Silent Way: For those of you who are asking, "What in the world is the Silent Way?" · The Roto-Rooter of Education: by Dr. Caleb Gattegno · NEW! Gattegno Discussion Board: someone will answer your questions · NEW! Une Education Pour Demain in English: Articles and workshops on literacy, language learning and mathematics and the solutions offered by Dr. Caleb Gattegno · NEW! The meeting of Gattegno and Cuisenaire: Where did those colored rods come from, anyhow? · NEW! Educational Solutions Inc: Materials and workshops from Gattegno headquarters in New York.
Hiking, Camping and Picnicking in Western Mexico (Introduction to our book Outdoors in Western Mexico) · The Hills of San Estéban: a bird's-eye view of a bustling Jalisco village · Tequila Volcano: Bonsai and bottomless pits on Jalisco's most famous peak ·
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