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Skills are what we do 

We’re experts in building innovative, creative,  custom-tailored programs to develop:

Digital

Skills

How to get jobs in today’s (and tomorrow’s) economy.

 

We do it all, from basic digital literacy to marketing, audiovisual production, and AI fundamentals.

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Cognitive

Skills

The ways of thinking that help us keep pace with change.

 

We help upgrade critical thinking, problem solving, creativity, computational thinking, and more.

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Social-Emotional

Skills

Our ability to connect as humans in a changing world.

Every program is infused with social-emotional support in the form of coaching and mentorship that treats each learner as an individual.

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Humans

Countries
 

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Mission

We're a team of incredible humans who are so much more than our jobs.

On the Eidos team, you'll find a:

✅ Tattoo Artist

✅ Children's Book Author

✅ Dancer

✅ Musician

✅ Landscape Designer

✅ Published Poet

✅ Illustrator

✅ Skateboarder

✅ Shaman

✅ Actress

Our team.

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Cecilia Lopez Mendieta

Learning Program Manager

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Fernando Carracedo

Learning Program Manager

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Natalin Calvo

Learning Program Manager

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Florencia Suster

Support Co-Lead

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Tomás Gregorini

LXD Co-Lead

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Agustín Batto Carol

Agustín Batto Carol

Founder & Vision and
Strategy Lead

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Estefanía Cano Belén

Estefanía Cano Belén

LXD Lead

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Fiorella Vásquez

Wellbeing Lead
& Learning Project Manager

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José Lombardía

Support Lead

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Juan Tomás Aguirre

Growth Lead

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Lara Pizarro

Operations Lead

Maria de los Ángeles Mila
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María de los
Ángeles Mila

Comms & PR Lead

Marina Pistarini
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Marina Pistarini

Relationship
Dev
elopment Lead

Maria Lehmann

María Lehmann

Academic Lead

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Rafael Munaro

Rafael Munaro

BizDev Lead & Strategy Member

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Ariel Pont

Learning Project Manager
& Wellbeing member

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Brett Schilke

Brett Schilke

Futurecraft

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Federico Carracedo

Data &Transformación
Digital

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Joaquín Bernández

Learning Project Manager

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Maik Slipczuk

Learning Project Manager
& Academic member

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Maite Durietz

Maite Durietz

Sustainability Specialist

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Matías Córdoba Stepke

Learning Project Manager

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Pamela Catarin

Learning Project Manager
& Media Specialist

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Ulises Brengi

Learning Project Manager

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Yasmin Gómez

Graphic & Content Designer

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Barbara Tescione

Learning Member

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Esteban Toledo

Wellbeing Member

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Joaquín Varela

Comms Member

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Lucia Burtnik

Board & Vision Member

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Mariana Quitegui

Mariana Quitegui

Partnership & Relationship Development

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Maru Carracedo

Advocacy & Relationship Development

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Mercedes Arana

Learning Member

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Rodrigo Gallego

Co-Founder
Board & Vision member

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Romina Bulacio Sak

Learning Member

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Tomás Batto

Support member &
Back office

The Eidos Approach

Design of humanized learning experiences for a collaborative future.

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The future is collaborative.

"We may go faster alone, but together we go further”.
This widely used phrase is, for the entire Eidos Global team, a fundamental part of our constellation of values. Collaborating is, from our perspective, the path to traverse and thrive in a reality that changes so rapidly and with the outlook of an uncertain future. With this in mind, we've decided to create a document that not only gathers our learnings from 15 years of designing educational experiences but also encompasses the knowledge gained from working alongside other organizations and individuals, in a process of collaboration and continuous improvement. The Eidos approach is open source and available for those who wish to use it as a reference or inspiration.

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On a collective mission and under the motto of the Sustainable Development Goals of leaving no one behind, we promote lifelong learning opportunities. We hope you find it useful!​ 

Agustín Batto Carol

Founder - Eidos Global

How do we design Humanized Learning Experiences?

It all starts by thinking about understanding human needs in teaching and learning, and thus placing the learner and the teacher at the center of the learning process.
 

It is key to remember that the teaching-learning process is extremely fragile and requires collaboration between the teacher and the one opening the door to learning. Emotions, context, technological resources, prior knowledge, everything interferes with whether a person is more or less predisposed to learn. Humanizing is creating a learning experience, organizing, dosing, and adapting the information so that knowledge becomes meaningful, even at a distance. It also involves knowing who is on the other side and being able to involve their real life in the situation of the virtual or face-to-face classroom.

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Pedagogical frameworks

Meaningful learning.

Situated learning.

Liberating education.

Human Skills
(keys for uncertain futures)

Emotional intelligence.

Creativity.

Complex problem-solving.

Collaboration.

Communication and active listening.
Digital skills.

Learning to learn.

Glocal mindset.

We have compiled our 15 years of educational experience design practices into a guide that summarizes how we think and how we create a perspective of 'Humanized Learning".

What is Humanized Learning?

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At Eidos Global, the concept of humanity is the guiding principle that shapes how we teach, learn, and live.

Humanized learning at Eidos is based on the idea of embracing our human essence in the educational process. This involves being conscious and empathetic in all our interactions and learning environments. Self-awareness helps us better understand our own needs and emotions, while empathy connects us with the experiences and perspectives of others. In turn, this approach promotes sustainability and equity, empowering those who participate in our experiences to become purpose-driven agents of change. The proposal goes beyond binary thinking, fostering diversity and encouraging participants to take action in creating a better and more inclusive future.

Our approach in action.

Here we share the questions that guide our experience design,

the framework of the Eidos Approach put into practice.

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Establishing a purpose

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Include the context

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Defining learning objectives

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Focusing
on people

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Shape the experience: preferred ways of learning

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Plan the journey: learning trajectory

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Design the assessment and evidence of transformation

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