Posts Tagged “education”

Foreign Language

By | January 26, 2013

Every parent wants his child to be the best, including the knowledge of foreign languages. But before determining a child to school, you must decide how to teach the kid and who will do it. Parents should inquire about the qualifications of teachers who will teach your child language. And those parents who believe that […]

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Control

By | December 31, 2012

The way as these decisions are taken determine, in part, the practical quality of the pedagogical one in the daily pertaining to school. In its hypothesis, it calls attention for the necessity and the attempt if conferring conscience and practical rationality to the pedagogical one (more even of what really it possesss, according to author). […]

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Vetromile Text

By | November 12, 2012

According to Ribeiro and Arajo (2007, P. 167), the allure that the digital technologies exert on the life of the people is something uncosteded, therefore they not only attract adult, but also young e, mainly, the children. It has been each more common time to observe the people to decide many daily problems through messages […]

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Lepeltak

By | October 26, 2012

But for some, one became ' ' tabu' ' , the fear of the professor to use the innovation in its methods of education and the fear of the pupil in learning to live deeply with the digital technology excited a great difficulty in its application. According to Market (2002), the inclusion of the new […]

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Brazil Countries

By | September 29, 2012

There it are Brazil is known only by soccer, carnival and the beautiful mulatas of Rio De Janeiro. the remaining portion of the Country, does not have culture? The globalization and its contradictions. It is hypocrisy to say that the globalization not in the cause concern, therefore in them it ahead places of a series […]

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Professors and Education

By | September 9, 2012

Unhappyly some substances are abstract even though for the professors, who without adequate knowledge if limits the mere repetition of what it is written in the book. But hardly the mathematical knowledge appears from the mere repetition, it is born from a process that involves imagino, against examples, criticizes errors and rightnesss. The mathematics, therefore […]

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Euphrates River

By | November 29, 2011

But today on the threshold of the 21st century turned out that all the paths in this maze has been investigated, and we rush about from deadlock to deadlock. This conclusion comes politicians, scientists, art and even children …. Today's generation does not want anything that can offer them a generation older. Our children do […]

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