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- Comment on Prevención de enfermedades crónicas basado en estilo de vida: Cáncer by AngélicaMuy importante educarnos, de modo que estemos enterados de todos los factores que influyen para lograr una vida saludable. Factores no sólo fusiológicos sino emocionales también. Gracias por transmitir ese conocimiento siempre esperanzado y positivo.
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- Comment on The Future of Higher Education Should Focus on K-12 by MohammadTanya, Thanks for raising this issue. I am not that familiar with the K12 educational system but my take away from your post is that many freshman students are not prepared enough for college. My experience of TA'ing approves your claim even for sophomores. For example many engineering major students are required to take statics […]
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I have already had the chance to know so many different people in this life, from various social and educational backgrounds. I have met the most brilliant minds and the warmest hearts, but I also met people whose essence I could not ‘smell’… The interesting thing, still not obvious to everyone, is that knowledge is […] Continue reading
Every week, the same story… I spend hours reading and preparing the recitations, I am excited to ask them questions and set the class on fire, but when I arrive in the classroom, I find those blank faces sending me the message: ‘ok, whatever you have prepared for us today… deliver!’ In addition to these […] Continue reading
This last Friday and Saturday, we had an amazing Conference organized by ASPECT Department. Listening to so many different and interesting ideas made me realize how much I like to listen. After the presentations, I was not only inspired, but also exhausted. This indicates that listening, at least in this case, was not a passive […] Continue reading
Two weeks ago, Latin America lost a leader – Hugo Chávez. I will not defend his regime in this post, neither do I want to discuss his wrongdoings or good deeds here. What I want is to invite you to think about the way our Western liberal societies associate equality to low quality. Take a […] Continue reading
“I would therefore propose, as a very first definition of critique, this general characterization: the art of not being governed quite so much”. (Foucault – The Politics of Truth, 1997, p.29) The literature on problem-based learning encourages us to ask ourselves: What do we know about the problem and what we do not know […] Continue reading
“Global citizenship” thus is an appropriate image to frame our aims and goals in educating our students. The set of items reflect all three domains of student development—thinking, seeking a sense of self, and relating to others. It relates to both knowing—how one decides what is important and true—and knowledge about different cultures” (p.2) *. […] Continue reading
It is very intriguing the way science and market are so tied together. Is is a bad thing? Not necessarily. It would be silly to suggest that the knowledge produced by scientists and academics in general should be isolated from our daily lives. I think the argument I would make is quite the opposite. Knowledge […] Continue reading
educate (v.) mid-15c., “bring up (children), train,” from Latin educatus, pp. of educare “bring up, rear, educate,” which is related to educere “bring out, lead forth,” from ex- “out” (see ex-) + ducere “to lead”. Meaning “provide schooling” is first attested 1580s. The etymological definition of the verb ‘to educate’ reveals the inadequacy of the […] Continue reading