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#NuncaEsTarde: Licenciatura 2017 de Educación de Adultos en La Municipalidad de El Carmen

Según MINEDUC, cerca de 100 mil jóvenes desertan cada año del colegio. Retomar los estudios mejora no sólo las oportunidades laborales, también la autoestima. El en Liceo Polivalente Juvenal Hernández Jaque de El Carmen, se realizó la ceremonia de licenciatura, … Continue reading

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LA EDUCACIÓN DE ADULTOS EN CHILE: EXPERIENCIAS Y EXPECTATIVAS DE LOS ESTUDIANTES DE LA MODALIDAD REGULAR

Se vuelve EdCamp Santiago 2019!!! Hoy nos vemos enfrentados al reto continuo de adaptarnos a las exigencias de un mundo en constante cambio. En este contexto, la educación adquiere una importancia fundamental, en especial los programas dirigidos a la población … Continue reading

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Faith In Football

Originally posted on Gabriel Constans:
Great Expectations: Chile’s 99-Year quest for the South American Soccer Championship by Thomas Jerome Baker. Reviewed by Gabriel Constans. Be for-warned that I love futbol (soccer), so am pre-disposed to like almost anything about the…

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Sell More Books Through Amazon Links

Originally posted on Nicholas C. Rossis:
Update: GeoRiot is now geni.us. Find out more! GeoRiot is now GeniusLink I was reading a post on D.G. Kaye’s blog where she was explaining that “when we post links to our books on Amazon…

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Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie: The danger of a single story

0:11 I’m a storyteller. And I would like to tell you a few personal stories about what I like to call “the danger of the single story.” I grew up on a university campus in eastern Nigeria. My mother says … Continue reading

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An Open Letter To The #Electors Of The #ElectoralCollege From A Concerned #Citizen

Jewish & Nazi Shoah U-Boat Catchers “We must always take sides. Neutrality helps the oppressor, never the victim. Silence encourages the tormentor, never the tormented.” ~ Elie Wiesel At first glance, my book seems to have no bearing on the … Continue reading

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Connectivism: A Theory of Learning for a Digital Age

Oxford University Press In this guest post, Thomas Baker, a teacher and teacher trainer in Chile, and President of TESOL Chile, introduces the concept of digital connectivism and the impact it has on teachers and students of the English language. … Continue reading

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Conflicted Elector in a Corrupt College

Originally posted on The Blessed Path:
When running for the Presidential Elector Nominee some six months ago, I had no idea the conflict that would ensue both from without and within. To say that it has been an “educating experience”…

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How To Teach English Literature: Resources, Strategies and Tips #ASMSG

How To Teach English Literature This textbook is intended for students of English Literature Teaching as well as new and experienced teachers of English Literature. Written by Thomas Jerome Baker, author of 168 books and a teacher of English with … Continue reading

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