April 14 to May 31 on the premises you can visit the Municipal Archives of Cartagena (formerly Artillery) exposure Alpera Félix Martí (1875-1946): A school teacher and his time, organized by the City of Cartagena and the University of Murcia.
The exhibition will be opened by the Mayor, Pilar Barreiro, on Thursday, April 14, at 20 hours.
The aim of this commemorative exhibition on the figure and the teacher's career is Félix Martí Alpera give due recognition to one of the most important figures of his time teaching and publicize their contributions in various fields of renewal and School modernization of their time in which he had a prominent role.
Félix Martí Alpera was, as contemporary authors expressed and acknowledged the same, one of the teachers, directors of graduate schools most emblematic public school in Spain since the early twentieth century until the end of the Second Republic.
Symbolizes and represents the force exerted by a select group of teacher educators, primary education inspectors, directors of graduate schools of teachers who played a key mediation role between the receipt of new pedagogical trends, the introduction and adaptation Spanish school and its dissemination to the primary teachers.
Imbued with the current teaching of the New School, devoted his life to the profound transformation of public school.
His training and academic background, their educational trip to Germany, Belgium, Denmark, France, Holland, Italy, Norway and Switzerland, participation in the introduction, consolidation, development and dissemination of the graduate school model, their contributions to the definition and Curriculum Renewal, remarkable bibliographic production propagandist his strong support of the ideals of a new school through lectures, participation as a speaker at conferences and in some of the most famous educational publications of the time, their collaboration in the process professionalization of teaching as part of the board of the National Association of Teachers, its activity as a master teacher leading the practice school attached to the Normal School of Barcelona between 1920 and 1939, the direc tion of such iconic centers as Schools Gisbert graduates Street in Cartagena, the first in Spain (1903-1919), as well as school groups Baixeras (1923-1931) and Pere Vila (1931-1939), in Barcelona, â€‹â€‹and his personal involvement in initiatives and institutions for the protection of children at risk in non-school, made him one of the most prestigious teachers and admired of his time.
After the Civil War, removed and cleaned, removed from school, his name and his work were silenced and marginalized by the official story.
The repair service in their memory and the start of the study and dissemination of their contributions to the modernization and renovation of school in Spain began to be possible and effective after Franco.
- Elementary school in Spain and the beginnings of educational renewal (XIX-XX) - Félix Martí Alpera (1875-1946): a life devoted to school-teaching trips Alpera Felix Marti (1900-1911) - Felix Alpera Martí, leader of the Graduate School in Spain-Félix Martí Alpera and its contribution to defining and renewal of curriculum, manuals and books for school-Félix Félix Martí Martí Alpera Alpera, the beginnings of associations and the training of teachers For primary-renewal and modernization of school-Martí and colonies Alpera school holiday-Protection of children at risk: the "Casa del Niño - The Legacy of Felix Marti Alpera
Source: Ayuntamiento de Cartagena