The first stage of early childhood education is the only one in the educational system that does not have a formal program. We have noticed this weakness in educational systems around the world. This reality is contradicted by studies showing that many more neural connections are created in the early years of a person’s life than in the later stages. We think that governments and society in general should give more importance to Early Childhood Education and we strive for explaining the reasons.

We participate annually in international congresses on neuroscience and accumulate the experience of our own research. Our team has advised those responsible for education systems in various countries, but we still have a lot to do. Neuronita is the first product of its kind to offer schools and homeschooling a comprehensive system of activities that until now could only be implemented through consultancies. It means that we can now reach many more schools and families and are confident that it will have a significant positive impact on early childhood education.

Our team in Spain is led by Franklin Martinez Mendoza, doctor in psychological sciences and researcher in neurosciences from the Institute of Scientific Research of the Russian Academy of Pedagogical Sciences. He has more than 40 years of teaching experience in Spain, Germany, Portugal, the United States, Mexico, Brazil, Cuba, Ecuador, El Salvador, Russia and the Czech Republic, among others. He has participated as a speaker at more than 100 scientific events, directed more than 40 investigations in psychology and early education, published more than 180 technical and scientific articles, and is the author of more than 15 books.

In the United States we have the collaboration of the team led by Florencio Bueno, master’s degree in education. He is the Executive Director of T4T Educational Services. He has more than 30 years of experience as an educator and coordinator. He has worked in non-profit organizations (NGOs) as a director and supervisor of educational and community development projects. He has participated in international events as a speaker on education, family, technology and community. And the team led by Reinaldo Portal Domingo, doctor in education technology. He has experience in the areas of distance education, teaching-learning media and the use of educational technology and computing.

We currently have around twenty highly qualified collaborators, of which eight are PhDs and some of them are masters in some area related to early childhood education, plus the help of computer engineers who are in charge of the website and the app for tablets.