We have sent information to different forums on the classroom management of media and ICT in their classes and the favorable results they are getting, in addition to displaying the blog from our school to the world in the sample apply as teachers edublog 2009 Was held a contest between 87 participating blogs from Latin America and Spain, we did not win but we were the only ones of Baja California sur, Mexico for the next school year teachers are already doing with our support and guidance blogs and webquest for subjects: Spanish (Citlalic Arce), chemistry (Jose Medina) Physics (Armando Lucero) history of Mexico (Joaquin Leon). In addition to continuing training in the teachers interested in this line. Here some leagues of the materials we have online where we show our work, we have created the following sites for dissemination of activities undertaken in the media room and the different courses offered on campus: BLOGS site from history of school we are making inroads at the site of Brain Pop Latin America with activities carried out in the classroom of media and subject teachersalways placing the name of our school at the first educational levels in Mexico and Latin America. For the next 2009 2010 school year will continue under the premise that the classroom’s media is a space open to the school community, which is intended to strengthen the teaching process learning through the use of ICTs in all subjects..
Archive for May 30, 2013
Boisterous, capricious torrents and foreign backwaters of warm aroma of las retamas. This diversity also includes the human diversity of color, love and hate, between their customs and their ways of life. During the arrival of the Peninsular invaders, the Qaracha basin was dominated by different ethnic groups, established groups with defined territories and economic activities characteristic of the zone of your domain. The right River Qaracha band comprised the domain of ethnicity Lucana-andamarcas comprising the current peoples of Huamanquiquia, Carapa and Huambo (1), accompanied by the domain of the wancas in Sacsamarca, Lucanamarca and Huancasancos, Sarhua (2), while the Aymaras who come be the village of Taulli (3), were located as an enclave within the wancas and lucanas-andamarcas, located in the left band of the Qaracha River (see map 1). The ethnicity of the Lucana-andamarcas, dominated both sides of the Qaracha River, standing out for its good climate, the fertility of their soils and the open space that is generated in the course of the River, therefore their economic activity was based on agriculture, where ‘has planting all legumes land planting corn’ (4) into the current stream of Carapa, as also in the sites of pampa CallPampa Hayabi, Comunabi, Anapaya, Huamanmarca, Yamcapata that are on the Bank of the rio grande (5) in addition to this the potato in the lands of Tiopampa and upland areas together with the oca, the mazhua and the olluco. Between Carapa and Huamanquiquia excels fruit trees among the most characteristic is the tuna, multiple varieties and good quality. Likewise the inhabitants andamarcas of stay of Auquimarca were olleros from its antiquity (6) as of Atun Pallcca which were outstanding potters (7) these activities complemented with livestock Andean high, therefore this bias had higher domains in the streams, as well as in the upper parts by integrating a complex, multiple and varied activity.
Only lack Colombia, who is the third largest producer of biofuels in America, to consolidate the new power energy in the region, since Brazil and United States will underpin a radical change to the energy matrix of the world in the next 20 to 30 years, so note it President Lula da Silva in his radio show coffee with the President. The union of these two countries is no coincidence they represent 70 percent of the ethanol produced in the world. The cooperation between the two countries will serve to promote the worldwide use of ethanol, theme which will be included on the agenda dealing with both Presidents, George W. Bush and Lula, in the visit which will be made in Washington at the end of this month. When asked about matters that will discuss with Bush in Washington, Lula said that ethanol and biodiesel, are the result of a productive relationship Brazil – United States, which says the President must take into account that United States continues to be the main single partner that has Brazil. The carioca President pointed out that even though Brazil has a historical relationship with the United States, it does not neglect its greater commitment, the process of strengthening of the Mercosur, the Constitution of the South American community of Nations and the Latin American integration process. The Governments of Washington and Brasilia signed in Sao Paulo, during Bush’s visit on his tour of Latin America in Brazil, a protocol of cooperation to promote the use of ethanol, as well as new quality parameters for that fuel derived from alcohol obtained from the sugar cane and corn. However, during the visit, Bush left well clear to Lula that Washington will keep in force a tariff of 54 cents that Americans charge per each gallon of ethanol imported from Brazil. Lula did not mention the American fare, but ratified his lathe demand that industrialized countries eliminate bulky subsidies granted to their agricultural producers.
The oil price recovers and biofuels become interested 5 June 2009 the biofuels boom had cooled down after the collapse in the price of oil. What had cooled actually was the presence of the topic in the media since investments in the sector continued and some countries took it as a strategic decision to repositioned around the world.And among them, is Brazil. The Plan for growth Acceleration (PAC), which has released in 2007 the Government of Lula da Silva, it is my understanding, an ambitious plan where you look. But it is also a plan that shows the confidence that the Brazilian Government has of their potential for development and represents also a sign of evolution in the country’s economic policy. Brazil with the PAC has reaffirmed its long-term vision and value that has certain State policies that adhere strictly to the country. Is the great difference with other countries where the change of political party in front of the national government implies a shift radical in the guidelines of economic policy by casting the effort made towards a certain direction by land. Argentina is a good example of this. Returning to the theme of the PAC, the development of biofuels is one of the key focuses on which is based the plan aimed to give a particular global role to the Brazilian economy.
That is the leadership that is taking Brazil to world level in the field of biofuels this week held in Sao Paulo Ethanol Summit 2009, a World Congress that met for three days to representatives of Governments, business sector and specialists on biofuels, and involving former US President Bill Clinton. The Congress was a good representation of what is the current debate on biofuels. The development of biofuels, which arose initially as a miraculous salvation before fears about depletion of non-renewable energy, now appears also demonized by those who accuse him of being the cause of the increase in the prices of the agricultural commodities and put at risk large forested tracts (there is also a theory that assumes that it also affects global warming in one way no less).