Well, after a few years with no time to come here and share our work, I’ve finally managed this summer to pull our shit together! I hope I did not forget anyone, but it’s likely I did, so please, let me know!

Look at the navbar above. You’ll find new Pages, and materials by students and resources by teachers.

It’s really exciting to see years pass and gather work on allowing people to develop a feminist intelligence and learn about women’s work, including leading the feminist struggle!

It’s particularly exciting to think that perhaps next year, if we’re lucky and lots of people pitch in, we might create our first Feminist Cultural Week at our School, EOI Fuengirola.

We hope you enjoy surfing this blog! ❤

This space supports the feminist strike!

C1 Course Materials - EFL Advanced by Michelle Ford, EOI Fuengirola (state-run language education)

supportAll the information in Spanish on our Education for Equality blog (state-run language education in Spain)

Join the 24-hour strike, the 2-hour strike, the NonViolent Direct Actions, the symbolic actions, the demonstrations (Málaga, 19.00h)… Send in your writing, videos or audios on Why You Support the Feminist Strike and what you did! email: inteligenciafeminista @

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The Herstory Oral Presentation

Our first Herstory project, an Oral Presentation by 2015-16 C1 students, video recorded in December 2015. It is really exciting because we think there is nothing like this online in EFL Learning.

December 2015: The first 8 videos include notes by the teacher, correcting the student’s mistakes. The exercise everybody needs to do is learn to listen and spot the mistakes, to work on one’s own List of Mistakes and learn to listen to oneself as one speaks.

January 2016: The next 8 videos have no notes by the teacher, and students are expected to watch and say which mistakes people made.

Visit our Page for this Herstory Project