T: Education ID: 184 I: 2394 P: 13.84 C: 0.0008

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Harvard rejected me

Alibaba founder Jack Ma:´Harvard rejected me 10 times´

 Harvard rejected meIn this video interview, filmed at the World Economic Forum's Annual Meeting in Davos last year, Alibaba founder Jack Ma described the failures and triumphs that got him where he is today, blazing a trail through the global e-commerce industry.

He also explains why beer is important and rejection is a blessing, and that his dexterity with the English language comes courtesy of Richard Nixon.

He also explains why beer is important and rejection is a blessing, and that his dexterity with the English language comes courtesy of Richard Nixon.





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T: Education ID: 140 I: 2492 P: 14.40 C: 0.0008

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Acoso Escolar

Oscar Misle en la sección Familia habla sobre esta forma de maltrato psicológico. @RLOZINSKI

 Acoso EscolarEl psicoterapeuta, Óscar Misle Terrero conversó con Román Lozinski sobre el Día Mundial Contra el Acoso Escolar, las formas en las que se ejerce este problema que afecta a escuelas en todo el mundo.





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International Mathematical Olympiad Foundation

 IMOThe IMO is an international competition for high school students which has been running annually since 1959 and now has over 100 countries competing, including all members of the G20. The IMO is a self-governing autonomous organization, though it is affiliated to UNESCO. Its Council is elected by participating countries, and is called the IMO Advisory Board.

The IMOF is a charitable organization which accepts donations from organizations which wish to support the IMO. The volunteers who administer the IMOF pass on donations to support the IMO, principally in the form of grants to host countries to defray the costs of hosting the event (which involves over 1000 people for 10 days).




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T: Education ID: 196 I: 2576 P: 14.89 C: 0.0008

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Nueva Ortografía Española

Novedades de la ortografía de la lengua española.

 Nueva Ortografía EspañolaExclusión de los dígrafos ch y ll del abecedario.
Propuesta de un solo nombre para cada una de las letras del abecedario.
Sustitución, por grafías propias del español, de la q etimológica con valor fónico independiente en aquellos extranjerismos y latinismos plenamente adaptados al español (quorum > cuórum).
Eliminación de la tilde en palabras con diptongos o triptongos ortográficos: guion, truhan, fie, liais, etc.
Eliminación de la tilde diacrítica en el adverbio solo y los pronombres demostrativos incluso en casos de posible ambigüedad
Supresión de la tilde diacrítica en la conjunción disyuntiva o escrita entre cifras.
Normas sobre la escritura de los prefijos (incluido ex-, que ahora recibe el mismo tratamiento ortográfico que los demás prefijos: exmarido, ex primer ministro).
Equiparación en el tratamiento ortográfico de extranjerismos y latinismos, incluidas las locuciones.




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T: Education ID: 144 I: 2618 P: 15.13 C: 0.0008

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Algorithmic

Research Shows Students Learn Better When They Figure Things Out On Their Own

 AlgorithmicIn some instances, research illuminates a topic and changes our existing beliefs. For example, here’s a post that challenges the myth of preferred learning styles. Other times, you might hear about a study and say, “Well, of course that’s true!” This might be one of those moments.
Last year, Dr. Karlsson Wirebring and fellow researchers published a study that supports what many educators and parents have already suspected: students learn better when they figure things out on their own, as compared to being told what to do.




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T: Education ID: 120 I: 2674 P: 15.46 C: 0.0007

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Motivation Theories

The Importance of Motivation in Learning

 Motivation TheoriesMotivation. The word is bandied about too much these days. An entire body of literature has sprung up around it. There are coaches who teach people how to cultivate motivation. There are websites, courses, seminars, and workshops to teach the how-to's, the wherefores, and the what-ifs of motivation.

So first, let's address what is motivation? And why should you care about it as an eLearning professional?

What is Motivation?
Simply stated, motivation is what people WANT to do, CHOOSE to do, and COMMIT to do. Motivation is the WHY that makes people do what they do. It is the WHY that makes people choose an object or a goal over another and forego something pleasurable to pursue his object of desire.

You can spot a motivated person from a distance. Apart from the proverbial glint in his eyes, his choices, actions, focus, and perseverance point to a strong inner urge that drives him/her.

As an eLearning designer, you want your learners to be motivated about taking a training program and keep alive the motivation throughout the course.




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Spanish Aphabet

Actual official spanish language alphabet

 Spanish Aphabet

Proposal for a single name for each of the letters of the alphabet


Some of the letters have several names with tradition and validity in different
Hispanic areas of the field. The new edition of spelling, non-profit
interfere with the freedom of each speaker or country to continue using the name to
that is habituated, it aims to promote forward a process of
convergence in the way of referring to the letters of the alphabet, why
recommended, for each, a unique common name. He
recommended common name is listed in the following ratio below
each letter.



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T: Education ID: 218 I: 2800 P: 16.19 C: 0.0007

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Sistemas educativos

En Finlandia las escuelas son mejores, por qué?

 Sistemas educativosEn su reciente película “¿Qué invadimos ahora?” el siempre incisivo y polémico Michael Moore ha sabido explicar en unos pocos minutos el más que llamativo éxito educativo de Finlandia, un sistema basado en unas pocas ideas muy claras.
En este breve video Michael Moore compara los sistemas educativos de Finlandia y los EEUU y muestra las claves del éxito educativo finés




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T: Education ID: 350 I: 2283 P: 19.03 C: 0.0009

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Aritmética

Láminas para aprender las operaciones básicas.

 AritméticaLos niños pasan toda la vida escolar aprendiendo las operaciones básicas, de un sólido conocimiento de las mismas depende su éxito en su vida universitaria y profesional, aprenderlas para algunos resulta engorros y para otros resulta fácil, acá presentamos la láminas utilizadas en el Club de aprendizaje de Saltoalsaber para estudiar de una forma efectiva las operaciones básicas. El método utilizado es mencionar las operaciones básicas desde los mas general hasta los mas detallados para permitir a la persona familiarizarse con todas las operaciones básicas y sentirse totalmente seguros a la hora de usar los método de resolución de problemas que pueda presentarse, ademas le permite acostumbrarse a analizar diversas proposiciones similares y encontrar la proposición correcta.




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T: Education ID: 383 I: 2003 P: 22.26 C: 0.0010

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Encyclopedia

This free online encyclopedia has achieved what Wikipedia can only dream of

 EncyclopediaThe Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy may be the most interesting website on the internet. Not because of the content—which includes fascinating entries on everything from ambiguity to zombies—but because of the site itself.
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Its creators have solved one of the internet’s fundamental problems: How to provide authoritative, rigorously accurate knowledge, at no cost to readers. It’s something the encyclopedia, or SEP, has managed to do for two decades.
The internet is an information landfill. Somewhere in it—buried under piles of opinion, speculation, and misinformation—is virtually all of human knowledge.

The story of the SEP shows that it is possible to create a less trashy internet.

But sorting through the trash is difficult work. Even when you have something you think is valuable, it often turns out to be a cheap knock-off.
The story of how the SEP is run, and how it came to be, shows that it is possible to create a less trashy internet—or at least a less trashy corner of it. A place where actual knowledge is sorted into a neat, separate pile instead of being thrown into the landfill. Where the world can go to learn everything that we know to be true. Something that would make humans a lot smarter than the internet we have today.




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Encyclopedia

Better than Wikipedia. The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy

 EncyclopediaThe Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy organizes scholars from around the world in philosophy and related disciplines to create and maintain an up-to-date reference work.
Current Operations Are Supported By:

The Offices of the Provost, the Dean of Humanities and Sciences, and the Dean of Research, Stanford University
The SEP Library Fund: containing contributions from the National Endowment for the Humanities and the membership dues of academic and research libraries that have joined SEPIA.
The John Perry Fund and The SEP Fund: containing contributions from individual donors.
The Friends of the SEP Society Fund: containing membership dues from individuals who have joined to obtain such member benefits as nicely formatted PDF versions of SEP entries.
The SEP gratefully acknowledges founding support from the National Endowment for the Humanities, the National Science Foundation, The American Philosophical Association/Pacific Division, The Canadian Philosophical Association, and the Philosophy Documentation Center. Fundraising efforts were supported by a grant from The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation.




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Simón Bolívar University (USB) has consistently made appearances in the world rankings.

 USBSimón Bolívar University (USB) is a public higher education institution in Venezuela which often ranks well among similar institutions in Latin America. It has also consistently made appearances in the world rankings. Its specialisms include architecture, urban planning and engineering.

USB’s campuses lie in two of the country’s northernmost states, Miranda and Vargas. Its main campus is in Sartenejas, south of Caracas city centre. The nation’s political, industrial, cultural and educational capital, home to a mild climate and some of the best food and museums in the country, Caracas is separated from the sea by the Venezuelan Coastal Range of mountains, which reach 2,765 metres in altitude.

Initially known as the University of Caracas, USB opened its doors in 1970. In 1977, it added a second campus in Camuri Grande Valley, in the far northern state of Vargas, on the Caribbean Sea.

USB is named after independence hero Simón Bolívar, who, among other things, also gives his name to Venezuela’s currency and the Bolivian nation state. A general famous across the continent for fighting the Spanish empire, he is credited with liberating Venezuela, Colombia, Bolivia, Peru, Ecuador and Panama from colonial rule. There is a statue of Simón Bolívar on campus, while other symbols include the Hydro-Kinetic Sculpture, an unusual water fountain designed by then architecture student Gabriel Martín Landrove in 1975 but not finished until 16 years later.

Like other Venezuelan universities, USB is predominantly publicly-funded, although alumni donations have increased as public investment has fallen.





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