‘Weaving resistance from mountain to mountain’: Peasant-to-peasant dialogue about traditional knowledge from an ethno-educational and oral perspective, to train 14–16-year-old students as record keepers, weavers and curators of collective memories and traditional practices.
History Education

Nancy Mendoza

Teacher of arts and computer science at the IELEP in the municipality of Santo Domingo de Silos. Creator and director of the memory and weaving project at the IELEP. Industrial and multimedia designer with a master's degree in innovation and entrepreneurship and a master's student in education and digital technologies.

Nancy has been a teacher for about a decade, with experience in the public and private sector, working with different communities. She defines herself as a dreamer and creative woman who trusts and always works for a better society, with high respect for the environment and social empathy. She has also worked as a lecturer at the University of Pamplona, within the programme of industrial design in the Faculty of Engineering and Architecture. Her academic work at the university has been oriented towards graphic design and multimedia.

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