Nadia López
Nadia López
Nadia Yvonne López Ayuso, is a Grammy Award nominated Mexican singer and reality television star.
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The Global Search for Education: Top Global Teacher Bloggers - The Best Holiday Gifts for Your Students
Huffington Post - 2 months
The Holidays are such a special time of year! Our lives take on a larger meaning as we think about our family, our extended family and our long-lost friends. It's a time of giving and reflection. Our Global Teacher Bloggers are pioneers and innovators in fields such as technology integration, mathematics coaching, special needs education, science instruction, and gender equity. They have founded schools, written curricula, and led classrooms in 13 different countries that stretch across every populated continent on earth. These teachers empower and enrich the lives of young people from nearly every background imaginable. Today in The Global Search for Education, our Top Global Teacher Bloggers share their answers to this month's question: What's the best gift you would recommend for your students this holiday season? "The technological gift that I wish for every student," writes Adam Steiner (@steineredtech), "is to find a platform for giving voice to their passions a ...
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The Global Search for Education: Because They Matter
Huffington Post - 3 months
"I want readers to walk away understanding that education requires a holistic approach and should not be solely measured by assessments." -- Nadia Lopez  In 2010, Nadia Lopez founded Mott Hall Bridges Academy, a public middle school which is located in Brownsville, one of the poorest and most dangerous neighborhoods in New York City. Nadia's new book, The Bridge to Brilliance: How One Principal in a Tough Community Is Inspiring the World (Viking 2016), tells the moving story of a determined school principal's journey to help her students succeed against impossible odds. The story has motivated others to explore what else can be done to support the thousands of other educators trying to reach children in difficult communities. Nadia has appeared on numerous national media shows. She was invited to the White House, to speak at Harvard and Yale, and has given a TED Talk on the "Revolution of Education." She was a top 50 finalist in the 2016 Global Teacher Prize. Addition ...
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The Global Search For Education: Top Global Teachers Focus on Well-Being in School Communities
Huffington Post - 4 months
How do school communities best support teachers, students and parents in their efforts to promote healthy, happy learners? Is learning more productive in communities that are promoting well-being for all? An OECD/PISA study finds that most teachers and principals "acknowledge that the socio-emotional development of their students is as important as mastery of school subjects. Good teacher-student relations play an important role in that development - and in students' attitudes towards learning." Our Global Teacher Bloggers are pioneers and innovators in fields such as technology integration, mathematics coaching, special needs education, science instruction, and gender equity. They have founded schools, written curricula, and led classrooms in 13 different countries that stretch across every populated continent on earth. These teachers empower and enrich the lives of young people from nearly every background imaginable. Today in The Global Search for Education, our Top G ...
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Two Cheers for PBS's TED Education Talks
Huffington Post - 4 months
Two cheers for the Public Broadcast System's TED Talks: The Education Revolution. The special report featured Nadia Lopez, the New York City principal who has recently authored The Bridge to Brilliance. Even better, several TED speakers proclaimed teaching as an act of love. We've endured twenty years of soul-killing corporate school reform and PBS, once again, contributes to the multi-media call for 21st century schools worthy of an American democracy. But, for some reason, it ignored the way that test-driven, competition-driven reform took all of the problems documented in the presentations and made them much worse. Sal Kahn, a former hedge fund entrepreneur, kicked off the talks by explaining how technology could launch a future of joyful learning. In a rational era of school improvement, digital tools would promote learning for mastery and a growth mindset. Before No Child Left Untested, and before the Billionaires Boys Club's public relations spin corrupted the language of edu ...
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The Global Search for Education: Top Global Teacher Bloggers - Learning With The Arts
Huffington Post - 5 months
Have you ever noticed how integrating the Arts with traditional subjects can really make learning fun? Findings from a recent American Institutes for Research study shows arts integration also has great potential for improving student learning in multiple disciplines. Today in The Global Search for Education, our global teachers share their experiences in their answers to this question: How can we maximize the value of art and music in education and how can it be blended with more traditional subjects? Our Global Teacher Bloggers are pioneers and innovators in fields such as technology integration, mathematics coaching, special needs education, science instruction, and gender equity. They have founded schools, written curricula, and led classrooms in 13 different countries that stretch across every populated continent on earth. These teachers empower and enrich the lives of young people from nearly every background imaginable. "It is time to turn the traditional h ...
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How to Run a Thriving School in a Tough Neighborhood
Wall Street Journal - 6 months
Principal Nadia Lopez takes a personal approach with her middle-school students.
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On the 'A' w/ Souleo: <em>Black Girls Rock!</em> and <em>Bold Soul Sisters</em> Sound Off!
Huffington Post - almost 2 years
Women's History Month drew to a close -- or should we say a crescendo -- this past week, with two special events where women were celebrated and given a platform to share their thoughts on a host of topics, including the "F" word: feminism. Kathy Sledge at Apollo Bold Soul Sisters Panel/Credit: c. bay milin At the Apollo Theater's panel discussion, Bold Soul Sisters: A Revolution of Sound and Style, moderated by music journalist and essayist Christian John Wikane, four legendary recording artists (Rochelle Fleming of First Choice, Nona Hendryx of Labelle, Ruth Pointer of The Pointer Sisters, and Kathy Sledge of Sister Sledge) reflected on the cultural impact of 1970s girl groups that revolutionized the scene with their progressive style, provocative lyrics, and feminist stance. Christian John Wikane and Nona Hendryx at Apollo Bold Soul Sisters Panel Credit: c. bay milin The taping of BET's Black Girls Rock! at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center included several mu ...
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Ellen DeGeneres Meets The Faces Behind The Humans Of New York Campaign Everyone's Talking About
Huffington Post - about 2 years
Mott Hall Bridges Academy principal Nadia Lopez was broken and on the verge of giving up until she saw the words of 13-year-old Vidal Chastanet. Last month, the student told Humans of New York photographer Brandon Stanton that Lopez is the person who most influences him. When Stanton shared Chastanet's photo and comments on Facebook, the post got 1 million likes and led to an Indiegogo fundraiser for the students of Mott Hall Bridges, a school located near the Brownsville projects in Brooklyn, New York. The fundraiser has since collected more than $1.2 million that will go toward trips to the Harvard University campus, summer programs and scholarships. On Tuesday, Stanton, Chastanet and Lopez sat down with Ellen DeGeneres to share their story. "I was in a place that I was broken, and I think every educator gets there," Lopez explained. "You give so much, you put in long hours, and I literally went home and I broke down and cried and told my mother I couldn't do it anymore ... ...
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'Humans of New York' blog raises over $1 million for Brooklyn school
Yahoo News - about 2 years
The popular photo blog "Humans of New York" said it had raised more than $1 million by Thursday to pay for college trips and tuition for middle-school students in one of the city's most crime-ridden neighborhoods. The fundraising idea was triggered by a viral response to the blog, www.humansofnewyork.com, after it posted the photo of a student at Mott Hall Bridges Academy in the Brownsville section of Brooklyn, who called the school principal the most influential person in his life. The student was identified only as Vidal, age 13, and he was shown in a photograph by blog founder Brandon Stanton with a pursed smile and wooly black hoodie, accompanied by a quote about his principal, Nadia Lopez. "And one time she made every student stand up, one at a time, and she told each one of us that we matter." The blog, on which Stanton posts pictures, quotes and short stories about people he meets in New York City, has nearly 12 million Facebook followers.
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En 2011, desaparecieron 26 menores en la provincia de Buenos Aires - La Voz del Interior
Google News - over 5 years
También continúan desaparecidos María Belén González (15) de Pilar, Nadia López Vázquez (15) de Pilar, Eliana Mosca Zonca (15) de La Matanza, Jennifer Taliavachi (16) de La Plata, Evelyn Gervasi (17) de La Matanza, Melina Aguirre (12) José León Suárez,
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CNE recibió 9 impugnaciones a las revocatorias de mandato - El Tiempo Ecuador
Google News - over 5 years
Los mismos fueron presentados, por las propias autoridades: Doris Nadia López, alcaldesa y los concejales urbanos: Vicente Mero, Lorenzo Delgado, Vicente Soledispa, y Mirna Mero Bailon. Las resoluciones de las mismas, serán resueltas por el Pleno del
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Venden paseños su oro para sobrellevar crisis - Diario Digital Juárez
Google News - over 5 years
Nadia López, encargada de &#39;Metales Chihuahua&#39;, reafirma las razones de los paseños que acuden a vender sus joyas e insiste que “es el momento de venderlo”. “Realmente es por la crisis, más que por el precio del oro. En estos días, que el oro alcanzó
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Nadia celebra su cumpleaños con premio de la ANDA - El Siglo de Torreón
Google News - over 5 years
Nadia López Ayuso nació el 21 de junio de 1983 en Oaxaca; a los ocho años realizó un &quot;casting&quot; para un concurso televisivo denominado &quot;Fantasía musical&quot;, un año después se integró al coro del Estado. Saltó a la fama durante el &quot;reality&quot; &quot;La academia&quot;,
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Nadia López
    TWENTIES
  • 2008
    Age 24
    On December 3, 2008 Nadia got nominated for a Grammy Award in Best Regional Mexican Album category for her latest album "A Puro Dolor" making her one of the first La Academia contestants to be nominated for such a big award.
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    Her sixth album "A Puro Dolor" will be released on March 5, 2008.
    More Details Hide Details The album finally gives a chance to Nadia demonstrate her talent in the Ranchero music.
  • 2007
    Age 23
    Her fifth album "Un Poco de Tus Besos" was released at September 24, 2007.
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  • 2005
    Age 21
    Nadia's third album, Endulzame el oido (Sweeten my ears), was released in 2005.
    More Details Hide Details It features two duets: one with Bobby Pulido ("Para olvidarte"), and one with the Texan group Costumbre ("El dedo en la llaga"). To date, she has sold very little worldwide. Nadia released her fourth album, Mujer (Woman).which includes songs such as Abrazame, Heridas, Eternamente Bella and many more.
  • 2004
    Age 20
    In early 2004, Nadia briefly toured the United States to promote the release of her second album, Contigo sí ("With you, yes").
    More Details Hide Details The title track from this album was featured as the theme song to Soñarás, a telenovela (soap opera) that aired on TVAzteca. Nadia's album went gold soon afterwards, and Nadia attained a fanbase not only in Mexico and the United States but in Guatemala, El Salvador, Venezuela, the Dominican Republic, and other Latin countries.
  • TEENAGE
  • 2003
    Age 19
    She won album of the year at the ceremony on November 15, 2003.
    More Details Hide Details That month, her debut album went platinum, selling in excess of 150,000 copies.
    In October 2003, Nadia was nominated for a Premio Oye (the Mexican equivalent of a Grammy in two categories - "Revelación del año" (album of the year) and "Artista del año" (Artist of the year).
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    Nadia was again invited to participate in La Academia in March 2003 in a version uniting the show's first and second casts.
    More Details Hide Details On this show, now called "Desafio de Estrellas", Nadia was among the final five contestants, along with Yahir, Myriam, Estrella, and Erika. On June 13, Nadia was declared the runner-up of the show after performing in the Coca Cola Auditorium in Monterrey, Mexico, in front of 30,000 people. Soon afterwards, Nadia's debut album was re-released in a special edition containing a DVD that featured an interview with Nadia and three live performances.
    In February 2003, Nadia's first album, called "Nadia", was released, featuring tracks "La differencia" ("The difference"), "La duda" ("The doubt"), and "Te voy a olvidar" ("I'm going to forget you").
    More Details Hide Details The album reached #1 in Mexican sales weeks after its release and was certified gold (100,000 copies sold) within several months.
  • 2002
    Age 18
    With her rendition of "Cucurrucucu Paloma", she made the final 14 contestants on June 30, 2002.
    More Details Hide Details Nadia gave over a dozen performances on the show, including songs by Rocío Dúrcal, Chayanne, Juan Gabriel, Marisela, and Selena. Although she was voted off in fifth place, her performances garnered her a contract with Warner Music to record her first CD.
    In 2002, Nadia landed a spot on the Mexican reality show La Academia on Televisión Azteca.
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  • 1998
    Age 14
    She recorded CDs in Oaxaca, most notably "Enamorada de tí", releasted in 1998.
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    Nadia won first prize in the V International Talent and Modeling Convention in 1998.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1983
    Born
    Born in 1983.
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