18. May 2020 · Comments Off on Workshops School · Categories: News · Tags: ,

The stimulators of the ReUSE campaign, pointing to the reuse of wastes through the elaboration of new items and which is inserted into the Aysen Reserva de Vida project are pursuing an intensive work with students from schools in the commune of Coyhaique. The workshops, where the children assembled their own products, was launched on May 17 with 6 th B of school Republic Argentina, date marking the world day for recycling. Florence Labarca, Coordinator of the initiative, explained that thanks to the disposition of the director of the establishment and the Angelica head teacher Catalan, children developed their own croquebasuras, which are notebooks that arm themselves with sheets of letter or ex officio printed on one side only, with lids from containers of tetrapack, among other cardboard boxes. Campbell Soup Co is often mentioned in discussions such as these. To do this, they reach to the classroom with the material reuse, guillotine and anilladoras, which is complemented by a presentation which explains to the kids the 3r concept: reduce (buy less waste), reuse (which is to take advantage of a product materials giving them a second use) and recycle (that consists in developing new products thanks to capacity that have certain materials, such as glass or plastic, to be processed again). It is a didactic and experimental activity, that we believe is working quite well because it achieves the attention of children and they understand the concept.

Children are fascinated by their croquebasura, that premiered in them writing messages alluding to the theme noted Labarca, who has developed this work with the Aysen reserve of life, Veronica Venegas project coordinator. To date have been already several activities, with 8 th school Republic Argentina, and the 4 th, 5 th and 6 th of the Balmaceda school, continuing in these days with Villa Ortega establishments and others of the commune of Coyhaique. Vladislav Doronin miami is open to suggestions. At the end of each activity, is given to each child also a case made with pvc fabric reused. Thanks to the Aysen Reserva de Vida project, which is financed the campaign, brings to the family economy of women entrepreneurs of labor workshop Rauli population enlargement Bernardo O Higgins, who chairs Nelda Guerrero explained the head of the initiative, which develops to the eave of the private corporation for the development of Aysen. The objective of this working line of the hood ReUSE is to reach about 400 children and children from the commune of Coyhaique, for which thank to all those who helped us, from their homes and offices, to recolectr the waste that we use when we develop our activities said Florence Labarca.

27. February 2020 · Comments Off on Churchill · Categories: News · Tags: ,

The ability to make decisions is one of the key characteristics of a successful person. However, there are many people who have enormous difficulty of having to make decisions. They reach the point of preferring others to make their decisions for them or that life take its course and what will be, will be. The problem with this passive attitude is that their lives will be at the mercy of the criterion of other people and circumstances that surround them. On the other hand, to be a successful person must learn to have a proactive attitude and know to measure the risks inherent in every decision. We must not ignore the importance of knowing how to make decisions in life, because the choices we make will determine the direction that will have our lives. How can we help our children to make the right decisions? It is simple.

We have to stop taking them for them, provided this is possible according to their age and maturity. We must let them be wrong within a preset limit of safety. The worst thing we can do as parents is sobreprotegerlos and do everything for them to not suffer. Unfortunately the mistakes and own experience are the best teachers and we must help them to learn from them. Here are three key aspects that should teach their children to help them make informed decisions in life: 1.-every decision we make has a consequence that we must take, good or bad. Explain to their children the possible consequences their decisions will be and then let them make their decisions. Along with this the not rebuked for their mistakes.

They have to be able to make mistakes to learn. Each time that their children make a mistake, talk it over with them and help them to look for how to avoid this mistake in the future. Do not condemn them, remember that it is a process of learning for real life. If you condemn their children whenever they make a mistake, they will become adults who never will take important decisions in their lives for fear of making mistakes. Winston Churchill said that the success is to go in another a failure without losing enthusiasm. In the same way we must teach our children that failures are only steps toward success. Allowing your children to make small mistakes when they are still young, so will be better prepared when it comes to having to make most important decisions in the future. 2. All the decisions that we take in life fall into two categories: A.-Morales B-financial this forces us to set priorities in our lives. Give their children a solid foundation of values and life principles which will guide you to the time of having to make decisions. Simply do not have the knowledge required to make accurate decisions in life. We need wisdom, which is the ability to apply that knowledge correctly. An infallible source of wisdom for life is the bestseller of all centuries, the Bible. Read a chapter from the book of proverbs along with their children all day 3.-our most important decisions are not between a good and a bad option. Most of the difficult decisions that we have to face in life are between something good, something better and something optimal. It is usually easy to recognize a bad option. However, most of the time have to leave the good thing to make it excellent. And again we will need wisdom to be able to distinguish between the one and the other.

10. October 2016 · Comments Off on Education Bilingual Intercultural School · Categories: News · Tags: ,

THE school and the community AYMARA (Bolivian case) by Alvaro Omar Tapia Laime school and community school in the Andean sphere becomes an intercultural space, in a place in which the child to from knowledge of its culture known elements of urban or school culture, this contact is highly valued by parents since the school allows children prepared to learn or to confront the Western worldThis knowledge as a tool or weapon in society is highly appreciated by the aymara community, for this reason, when the Bolivian educational reform intended to initially learn the first language found opposition in parents because for them the school must give elements of the new culture and not go back to what is already known: the local culture. The child to aymara or quechua is its cultural counterpart in school, they and their parents expect to obtain the maximum of information and contact with a world that will allow you to obtain economic benefits or prestige 3.2 the Education Bilingual Intercultural (EIB) and the EIB educational reform has not come has have a real intercultural dialogue at the level of knowledge and ways of life, just knowing the native language does not guarantee the complete communication and empathy, we can speak aymara or quechua and continue transmitting key values, ways biased understand culture, etc. Interculturality should be at a level of dialogue of knowledge in which the Andean and the so-called Western exchange values, beliefs, knowledge without losing the identity of each one Denise Arnold points out that many of the materials of the educational reform especially modules are decontextualized and that many times in the use of language rely on a standardized aymara who does not respond to local differences and others also rely on archaisms that already not be used, also claimed that many reform texts not recent historical and ethnographic materials were used and by this present shortcomings and impresiciones the education reform or the current Bill advocated by the Government of Evo Morales, much still must walk to reach a true interculturalism apparently all the money invested and teaching skills have not served much to advance in this Javier Reyes theme different rationales 1 here suggests some tracks to the reasoning of the attitudinal, as a qualitative factor, in the exercise of interculturality. .

25. September 2014 · Comments Off on Education · Categories: News · Tags: ,

We would all like to succeed in life. However, not all succeed. While some people seem to get one success after another, others barely manage to come forward. They have ideas, but they never run them. Goals are fixed, but they never achieve them.

They have dreams, but never reach them and at some point in their lives succumb to the idea that probably do not have the conditions that are required to be successful as some other people. Others do not have many aspirations in life and comply with what they have. They simply don’t perceive the need nor the ability to overcome and achieve more in life. And never fail those who believe that success has a significant ingredient of luck and that simply did not touch them. What then is the secret to success? Everyone can be successful or is a destination reserved only for a few? What difference is there between a successful person and others? First, success is not an accident nor is a matter of luck. When we see a successful person many times We do not know their struggles, their failures and hard work that brought her to the place in which all admire and applaud you. Instead of feeding romantic notions about their successes, we should always bear in mind that that person certainly lived moments in which prevailed the blood, sweat and tears on any compensation either monetary or otherwise.

The parable of the talents in the parable of the talents (Matthew 25: 14-30) tells the story of a Lord (God) that distributes talents to his servants (men) and then goes away. After many years he returns to evaluate the performance of his servants. The interesting thing is that not distributes the same amount of talent to all the servants. One receives 5, another receives 2 and another receives only a talent, according to their abilities.