Archive for December, 2014

Gallegos Nava

Posted by hotelnur on 31st December 2014 in News

In this sense, the school, family and community are central elements for meaningful learning, therefore, learning communities are designed to develop the relationship between parents, teachers and students to generate the synergy of real learning holistic according to our needs, interests and goals of life. CONCLUSIONS to undertake this journey of exploration and inquiry about the me has generated the fundamentals of education holistic cited in the educational work of Dr. Ramon Gallegos Nava and other specialists in the field, the certainty that it is possible to establish a new paradigm in the educational system of local and global society of our times, through the exercise of our spirituality through a practice integral to allow the significance of our being, starting with the self-knowledge to reduce attachment, remove barriers and suffering that has generated us ignorance and indifference of the true reality affecting our environmentdisguised by the instrumental rationality of traditional education which offers the mechanistic paradigm. The beginning of the process of evolution of consciousness is marked with learning to be, learning exercises and readings I have transported towards a trip to my interior allowing arising out my values favouring the development of a greater intelligence to travel the triple trail of spirituality (wisdom, love and compassion), achieving certain levels of significance in this holographic structure of my Kosmos. This series of books have been the bibliographic basis that give sustenance to the graduate that I am studying with a group of professors of the institution where I work, they have allowed me part of a learning community in development, have been transcendent series of experiences we have lived together, some successful, others not so, each one of them have learned to reinforce our values as members of a community, finding meaning to my duties; We have learned from the mistakes by increasing our spirituality recognizing our universal nature achieve happiness, above all, have the certainty that only depends on ourselves, since it comes from our heart. Bibliography (2001) Ramon Gallegos Nava education holistic, International Foundation for holistic education, 1st. Edition, Guadalajara. Gallegos Nava, Ramon (2003) pedagogy of Universal love, International Foundation for holistic education, 1st.

Edition, Guadalajara. Gallegos Nava, Ramon (2001) the education of the heart, International Foundation for holistic education, 1st. Edition, Guadalajara. Gallegos Nava, Ramon (2003) learning to be, International Foundation for holistic education, 1st. Edition, Guadalajara. Gallegos Nava, Ramon (2003) learning communities, International Foundation for holistic education, 1st.

Edition, Guadalajara. Gallegos Nava, Ramon (2007) spiritual intelligence, International Foundation for holistic education, 1st. Edition, Guadalajara. Gallegos Nava, Ramon (2005) education and spirituality, International Foundation for holistic education, 1st. Edition, Guadalajara. Gallegos Nava, Ramon (2003) the spirit of education, International Foundation for holistic education, 2nd. Edition, Guadalajara. Gallegos Nava, Ramon (2001) Una Vision Integral education, International Foundation for holistic education, 1st. Edition, Guadalajara. Gallegos Nava, Ramon (2001) dialogues Holistas, International Education Foundation Holistic, 2nd. Edition, Guadalajara. Gallegos Nava, Ramon (2004) wisdom, love and compassion, International Foundation for holistic education, 1st. Edition, Guadalajara. Gallegos Nava, Ramon (2004) the way of the philosophy perennial, International Foundation for holistic education, 1st. Edition, Guadalajara. International Foundation for holistic education master of education holistic intelligence spiritual and books of RAMON GALLEGOS Gilberto Perez Luque, Guadalajara, 2008. Original author and source of the article.

On The Way To Work: Many Users Slow Mobile

Posted by hotelnur on 30th December 2014 in News

Smartphone and Tablet everywhere keep up with it is important to remember that it is medium to a so-called shared, all users must share, writes the MittelstandsWiki in a comprehensive analysis. Currently, three different standards are available in Germany. The old GSM network, even 2 G (2nd generation”), allows data transmission with EDGE (enhanced data rates for GSM evolution). This connection provides the lowest bandwidth with transfer rates up to 260 kBit / s. The availability in the classic D – and networks is the best. Widely used, the default is 3 G, which is based on UMTS. The bandwidth is here 384 kBit / s. In addition to upgraded this network on the new, especially high-speed standard HSDPA/HSUPA (3.

5 G) (high speed downlink packet access/high speed uplink packet access), at 21.6 MBit / s can be achieved with the downstream. Availability but does not cover EDGE yet. As the fastest variant are currently the LTE networks (long term Rebuilt evolution). The expansion has just begun however. The MittelstandsWiki and his journals are online-magazine of just 4 business GmbH. This is a reference book for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). Terms of the economy, the world of information and telecommunications technology, and the policy are quickly found through a search function. In addition to short term definitions, the MittelstandsWiki contains know-how articles penned by professional experts. Contact: just 4 business GmbH Kathrin Jannot wreath Horn Street 4B 83043 Bad Aibling phone: + 49 8061 91019 fax: + 49 8061 91018

African Century

Posted by hotelnur on 28th December 2014 in News

Of this form, becoming exactly crossbred, the Europeans influenced for theories of the philosophers of the lights alleged that the blacks did not have psychological conditions much less responsibility to combine it the more modern models of production. This made with that the mestizos if became in century XIX a species of substitutes of hand of immigrant workmanship. ' ' luzes' ' that they illuminated the Europe during centuries XVII and XVIII, in Latin America in the following century, they had brought much blackout for the crossbred citizen. To this Munanga# respect it contributes affirming that ' ' in the second half of century XVIII the politics of the branqueamento gained airs of colorista ideology, come back toward the citizens not brancos' '. As consequncia, this ideology promoted between the black and the mestizos throughout history a species of hierarquizao, that is, the more clear will be its skin, more valued will be this citizen before the society that it lives.

This colorista mentality is materialized in the process of independence of the old French colony in the Caribbean, Haiti. During much time, this small country today loaded the pertaining heading to Brazil, as the nation with the black contingent greater is of Africa. During century XVII, this island became it only colony to produce at the same time sugar, coffee, indigo and cotton on a large scale, so great wealth that France to the being defeated for England preferred to yield in 1763 the colony of Canada to lose of Haiti. According to Grondin# ' ' after the Caribbean aboriginals to be exterminados, about 240 a thousand blacks had been brought of Africa in the 200 years previous to independence haitiana' '. The black population of African origin developed in that small country a language, ' ' crele' ' , spoken for 98% of the considered population poor, however, the bourgeoisie whom the power withheld said the Frenchman.

World Summit

Posted by hotelnur on 27th December 2014 in News

The Regional Coordinator of the CIP, Mario Ahumada, stressed the importance of the participation of civil society: is the only way that the agreements reached in these decision-making bodies should be based on the specific needs of civil society and, therefore, can transform into solutions that address the issue of hunger and poverty in the world, especially in Latin America. Also says that the Regional Representative the FAO for Latin America and the Caribbean, Jose Graziano da Silva, assessed the support of social organizations and movements to achieve a consensus that promotes agriculture and world food security. Consensus that seeks the World Summit should be considered a new food governance, increased public and private investments in agriculture in the developing countries, the strengthening of local institutions and international and environmentally sustainable agricultural production, among other fundamental issues, added the representative. FAO has opened the debate on the final declaration that will be signed in November by the heads of State and Government participants at the World Summit through a document that presents the main topics that will be discussed at the meeting already. As noted by the Director-General of FAO, Jacques Diouf, is expected that FAO proposal will lead to a fruitful discussion involving not only Governments, but also to the private sector, farmers, organizations do not Government, the United Nations system and international organisms dedicated to development. We hope that this Summit which will be held is positive before a reality which cannot be evaded and are present already has declared that the World Food Summit Plan of action builds on the consensus reached in these forums and commitment is based on the conviction that, although the world is faced with serious situations of food insecurityThere are solutions to these problems. If constant and determined efforts being made by all stakeholders at the local, national, regional and international level, the general objective of ensuring the availability at all times of food for all can be achieved. The World Food Summit Plan of action is in conformity with the purposes and principles of the Charter of the United Nations and international law, and aims to consolidate the results of other the United Nations conferences held since 1990 on topics that influence food security. Strengthening norms and mechanisms in place in the international and regional organizations to find, in accordance with the Charter of the United Nations, the prevention and settlement of conflicts that cause food insecurity or exacerbate it, as well as for the settlement of disputes by peaceful means and to promote tolerance, non-violence, respect for diversity and the observance of international laws.


Posted by hotelnur on 21st December 2014 in News

The operation of a gasoline motor is a very complex process, since we are speaking of a thermodynamic machine formed by a set of pieces or fixed and movable mechanisms, whose main function is to transform the chemical energy that provides the combustion produced by a mixture of air and fuel in energy. That is to say, the motors of internal combustion are basically a machine that mixes oxygen with gasified fuel. Once mixed intimately and confined in a denominated space combustion chamber, the gases are ignited to burn themselves (combustion). Due to its design, the motor, uses the heat generated by the combustion, like energy to produce the revolving motion that we know. When it happens that transformation of chemical energy in mechanics is possible to be carried out a useful work like, for example, to move an automotive vehicle like a car or automobile, or any other mechanism, as it could be an electrical generator. If at some time we compared the parts or fundamental mechanisms that they structurally conform a gasoline motor and a diesel engine, we will see that in many aspects they are similar, whereas in others they differ completely, although in both cases its principle of operation is similar..