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Luciano Ferrer

«Hay muchas clases sin grupo de WhatsApp y los padres viven mucho más relajados» - 0 views

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    "Antonio Milán, doctor en Educación, profesor y autor de «Adolescentes hiperconectados y felices», explica que es habitual que los padres se sumen al grupo de WhatsApp del colegio con ganas porque consideran que, de este modo, podrán acceder a los avisos de la clase de su hijo. «Sin embargo -puntualiza- cuando algunos padres se exceden en su uso y en los mensajes, acaba produciendo rechazo». ¿Por qué resulta tan complicado no estar en estos grupos? Porque acaban siendo el canal de comunicación habitual de avisos referidos al colegio y a otro tipo de eventos como cumpleaños y actividades extraordinarias, y es muy útil. "
Luciano Ferrer

¿Puede existir una "escuela sin muros"? por @transformarlesc - 1 views

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    "... Una escuela permeable, que mediante relaciones osmóticas con su contexto socio-cultural enriquece sus fines y provoca desarrollo local en el contexto que se radica. ..."
Luciano Ferrer

Manual para atreverte a hablar de porno con tus hijos - 0 views

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    "La directora de cine porno feminista Erika Lust crea 'The Porn Conversation', unas guías para orientar a las familias dirigidas a niños y niñas desde 11 años Según los psicólogos, los menores empiezan a tener curiosidad por la sexualidad a esa edad "y es el momento de hablarlo" "La pornografía es la educadora sexual del siglo XXI. Por mucho filtro que pongas, se lo encontrarán en internet. Hay que educar, no prohibir", defiende Lust ..."
Luciano Ferrer

What's Wrong With Latin American Early Education - 0 views

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    "Back in the 1980s, a group of social workers in Jamaica visited low-income homes one hour a week for two years, bearing age-appropriate toys for the kids and advice on child rearing for the parents. Researchers tracked the outcomes, and a generation later, the results are in. The children whose homes were visited by social workers became adults who earn wages that are 25 percent higher than those earned by peers who had not been visited. Their I.Q.s are an average seven points higher, and they are less likely to resort to crime or suffer from depression. Other studies, including several recent ones in the United States, have shown similar results, contributing to a consensus on the importance of early childhood development that has led governments around the world to increase spending on the first five years of life. In Latin America and the Caribbean, a region of longstanding social and economic inequality, several countries have been especially ambitious. Brazil and Chile doubled the coverage of day care services over the past decade, while in Ecuador they grew sixfold. These investments build on historic gains in child nutrition and health. But while Latin American children are now healthier and more likely to attend preschool, they still lag far behind in learning, particularly in the areas of language and cognition, when compared with their counterparts in wealthy countries. What are we doing wrong? ..."
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    "Back in the 1980s, a group of social workers in Jamaica visited low-income homes one hour a week for two years, bearing age-appropriate toys for the kids and advice on child rearing for the parents. Researchers tracked the outcomes, and a generation later, the results are in. The children whose homes were visited by social workers became adults who earn wages that are 25 percent higher than those earned by peers who had not been visited. Their I.Q.s are an average seven points higher, and they are less likely to resort to crime or suffer from depression. Other studies, including several recent ones in the United States, have shown similar results, contributing to a consensus on the importance of early childhood development that has led governments around the world to increase spending on the first five years of life. In Latin America and the Caribbean, a region of longstanding social and economic inequality, several countries have been especially ambitious. Brazil and Chile doubled the coverage of day care services over the past decade, while in Ecuador they grew sixfold. These investments build on historic gains in child nutrition and health. But while Latin American children are now healthier and more likely to attend preschool, they still lag far behind in learning, particularly in the areas of language and cognition, when compared with their counterparts in wealthy countries. What are we doing wrong? ..."
Luciano Ferrer

Las familias cuentan, por @manueljesusF - 0 views

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    "Ayer me reuní con las familias del curso de este año que, además, es mi tutoría. Podemos estar tranquilos. Les gusta la idea y se sorprenden de que no se utilice más esta metodología. Os dejo la presentación que he utilizado."
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    "Ayer me reuní con las familias del curso de este año que, además, es mi tutoría. Podemos estar tranquilos. Les gusta la idea y se sorprenden de que no se utilice más esta metodología. Os dejo la presentación que he utilizado."
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