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Police Arrest Father Who Allegedly Stabbed His Son At A Malaga City Home – Olive Press News Spain

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POLICE have arrested 63-year-old man who accused of stabbing his own son in a Malaga city neighbourhood, puncturing his lung.

Agents of the Policia Nacional were called to the scene after the attack, which took place at 1pm in Calle Virgen de la Cabeza in Carranque.

An ambulance took the 32-year-old victim of the attack, carried out in his home, to the regional hospital.

Policia Nacional officers took his father into custody for the violent assault.

The son, who is also accused of domestic violence, is under police guard at the hospital.

Even though authorities are unsure about the reason for the attack, neighbours reported the pair were constantly arguing.

They also reported that the victim was supposed to be serving a distancing order from his father.

The incident followed police opening an investigation into the shooting of a 22-year-old German in the capital on the weekend.

Doctors operated on the victim although his condition is now stable, police reported.

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‘Punk Rock Laureate’ Patti Smith Lined Up For Concerts In Spain’s Sevilla

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Patti Smith TributeLEGENDARY American singer Patti Smith is lined up to star at Sevilla’s Iconica Fest. The singer, songwriter, poet, painter and author became an influential component of the New York City punk rock movement with her 1975 debut album Horses. Dubbed the ‘punk rock laureate’, the 75-year-old will take to the stage on Monday September 26. […]

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How To Motivate Your Teen For The New Academic Year In Spain's Education System – Olive Press News Spain

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GETTING your teen back to school after the long summer vacation can be tricky – especially when they’ve developed lazy summer habits or, as has been suggested in recent reports, are fearful of what lies ahead in class.

The Olive Press speaks to two public school teachers about how to motivate teens and be involved in their education.

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Kevin the Teenager. Photo: Wikipedia.

Anna Moreno Rodríguez – teaches in Almanjáyar, Granada

Anna is a mathematics teacher at the La Paz institute in Almanjáyar, Granada – a school classified as having ‘special difficulty’ because of social issues in its municipality. She has taught since 2006.

She advises: “Motivation for teenagers is always difficult, especially after the holidays, as it’s difficult for them to return to work after lacking routine in the summer.

“If there’s a good relationship with the students, more goals are achieved. When school returns, teachers try to present the content in an entertaining and fun way, by working on projects and using new methodologies and resources – both manual and digital.”

Considering the age-old problem of kids bunking off school, she says: “We have some protocols where the families are notified first, but if this doesn’t work, they’re referred to social services.”

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An older teen studies at her laptop. Photo: Annie Spratt / Unsplash.

Nobody wants the social services at their door – so how can parents avoid this?

“Teachers can advise families on habits, study techniques, conflict resolution and emotional intelligence, but the key thing is the involvement of the families in education and values at home. This is a problem today.”

She thinks that some parents have lost sight of what’s happening with their kids’ schooling and should be more involved.

She says: “Parents can constantly access the teaching and learning process, with face-to-face and telephone appointments and online messaging systems.” 

One of these is iPasen, which parents can install on your mobile phone.

From 2022, students who have failed their final exams in June can no longer re-sit them in September: this has caught some parents unawares.

“From this academic year, there’s no longer a September recovery option, except in the first year of baccalaureate. The evaluation of students is continuous and it’s not only exams that count. It’s difficult for a student to fail if they did well in the first trimesters.

“If a student is repeating the year, a personalised follow-up is carried out at our school so that they improve and meet the objectives. If they need to do better at something, the families are called.

“To motivate a repeating student, you should make them see that doing a year again isn’t punishment, but that they must be more mature in their work.”

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Motivate the teens to attend school. Photo: Elliott Reyna / Unsplash

Eleuterio Leal Figueroa – secondary teacher in Alcala la Real

Eleuterio works in secondary schools, and baccalaureate, and currently teaches at the IES Alfonso XI in Alcala la Real, Jaen. She has been an English teacher since 2006.

“It’s always difficult to motivate students, but after the holidays, it’s more difficult! Try to make them see the importance of doing well academically for their future work and motivate them daily.

“With the parents, we try to make them see the importance of a good education for their children’s future and insist that they be constant.”

“The parents can access specific information about their children during the course, as well as exam grades, using tutoring systems (such as the iPasen mobile app).” 

“Try to convince the student that they must make an effort and work more to complete the course.”

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Keep on growing: one year on and Shackleton International School is ready for a new intake of students

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Cdc 8lituykzrio UnsplashWITH the holiday season winding down, tourists heading home and the nights drawing in, this can only mean one thing: the kids are back to school. While most parents and children look forward to the ‘vuelta al cole’, and some can’t wait for the school gates to open, it can be a nerve-wracking experience for […]

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