Educación virtual a través de la plataforma Teams: ¿Es inclusiva? Autora: Katherine Fernández Rojas Traducido al inglés por Florencia Prieto La apuesta por una educación virtual en tiempos de pandemia La pandemia COVID-19 ha traído consigo cambios de manera impensable alrededor del mundo. ¿Estaban las personas preparadas para todos los
Este texto describe la experiencia “El lugar de los sentidos”, realizada en España mediante la colaboración entre la Universidad San Pablo CEU y la Fundación ONCE para estimular la inclusión social de personas con discapacidad a través de la arquitectura
Appreciative Inquiry is an innovative approach to creating deep connections and building bridges with others. While the Artificial Intelligence process feels quite intuitive, it is rarely applied systematically in practice. We will explore The Simultaneity Principle which says that inquiry and change are not truly separate moments but are simultaneous.
"I was truly amazed at the lesson these kindergarten children had learned. They learned that collectively, they could take on a problem that was bigger than they were (literally and figuratively), and that through a process, they could change a situation that was threatening to them. They not
Helping Out Author: Sabrina Sideris Originally Published at Peace and Conflict Monitor on: 09/16/2005 Category: Interview The earthquake on December 26, 2004 that measured at least 9.0 in magnitude and the catastrophic tsunami that followed fifteen minutes later affected nine countries bordering the Indian Ocean and took at least 22,000
Peace Education on the Brink Author: Sabrina Sideris Originally Published at Peace and Conflict Monitor on: 11/18/2005 Category: Conciliation Biking walking climbing with your own two feet two hands, navigation services provided by your own eyes, lashes your only windshield-wipers, without horsepower or combustion engine, powered by the muscles in
The ‘Banking’ System of Teaching: Frowns and No Flowers Author: Jennifer Francesa Acio Originally Published at Peace and Conflict Monitor on 06/02/2009 One common adage that has remained permanently glued to my mind is that which goes, ‘We must practice what we preach’. I am writing from the humble perspective
“We have heard much about Albert Einstein’s brilliant, ground-breaking, and at times audacious contributions to physics; and we have heard how these contributions continue to guide, challenge, tease and perplex today’s physicists,” says UPEACE Rector Julia Marton-Lefèvre. But what would Einstein think about the modern-day issues of sustainable development and