Resources for students

We make a better world for our kids by making better kids for our world, and we achieve this through education.


  1. Tools for students.
  2. Working methodology for young researchers.
  3. Quotes and mindset.

1. Tools for students

A guide on study habits. Having good study habits is fundamental for every undergraduate student. Here is a short guide that I co-authored with Amalio Fernández-Pacheco (University of Cambridge): GOOD_STUDY_HABITS.pdf

Writing a math report. In this document you will find some tips to write your first report. Guide to write a report.pdf

2. Working methodology for young researchers.

Communication with your mentor/supervisor/colleagues and keeping track of progress is key for the success of any research project. Good habits and methodology need to be established for this to happen. In this PDF file there is some advice and an example of a communication protocol: Communication_Protocol_Example.pdf

3. Quotes and mindset


From the book “Marva Collins’s Way. Returning to Excellence in Education”:

Without the right attitude, everything else is wasted.

If you cannot make a mistake, you cannot make anything.

Transform anything into a learning experience.

The more succesful a person becomes, the harder he or she has to work to stay there.

The thoughts and ideas in your head make you what you are.

If you believe in what you do, then you don’t ever have to fear anyone.

Address a fault without ever attacking a child’s character. Who they are is always separate and distinct from what they do.

People’s ideas actually tell you how they feel about themselves.

The right mindset: