Education on trust

15 May, 2019
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We often talk of a lack of authority in the family and educational centers and it is thought that this is the cause of bad behaviors and low school performance.
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HUMAN EXPERIENCE

14 May, 2019
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The existence has the force of the obvious. I am living from a consistency with a degree of being that has been given to me. And I could not have existed.

I am with my bones and muscles, but I am more, I’m someone, I’m a personal being, I’m unique among the millions of human beings that have existed, exist and will exist. And this being that I am in the beginning was a human, and not an amoeba, or monkey. Read the rest of this entry »


The whims of children

14 May, 2019

 

Mothers often complain that their children do not obey and behave badly at home and at school. It would say that their children are misbehaved. How this situation has happened? The causes can be various, but we can mention some of them. Read the rest of this entry »


WHAT IS POLITICS?

13 May, 2019
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It is obvious that what we call politics usually is not a science able to demonstrate and verify its statements. I believe that everybody agree to call it as an art, since it depends on the ability of the person who exercises it. That art can be more or less attractive and convincing according to the skill and ability of persuasion of the politician, and the media that is used. Read the rest of this entry »


Monstrous Curvatures

10 May, 2019

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The crosses between human being and irrational animal are something more than nonsense. The United Kingdom is the first country that has legitimized the development of hybrid embryos. Despite the opposition from three leaders of his ministry, the Prime Minister, Gordon Brown, tolerated vote in good conscience the controversial Law of embryology. Read the rest of this entry »


Portugal against Abortion

10 May, 2019

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In Portugal, the Government exerts pressure on doctors to comply with the law of abortion which allows unrestricted abortion during the first ten weeks of pregnancy. However, doctors kept in the opposite position.
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The myth of overpopulation

26 January, 2019

We have seen recently a big campaign in the media about the birth of the inhabitant seven million that was a Philippine girl, Danica Camacho who was born on 30 October 2011. This information was managed and propagated by the UN through its agency of the United Nations Fund for Population Activities (UNFPA), but its reliability is not very secure, because there is neither way of counting one by one the inhabitants on Earth nor controlling the deaths or dead caused by wars or abortions. Read the rest of this entry »


Notes on Economy

17 January, 2019
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As we know the economy has as objective to develop all sorts of methods and activities to satisfy human materials needs of the best possible way. However, the human being is not only a being of material needs: food, clothing, home, health, etc, but is also a being of wishes that constantly aspire to better food, better clothing, better household conditions and better health, with aspirations always renovated to achieve better living conditions in general. Read the rest of this entry »


Parenting as a Profession

17 January, 2019

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We often see that many professionals spend daily or weekly time to improve themselves in their profession, reading specialized magazines or books about their work. Read the rest of this entry »


Wastes of the Development

16 January, 2019
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The interest in the environment grows as the welfare state in the post-industrial society increases; first as a result of the demands for a healthier environment (an unpolluted land, clear water or pure air), and second as a catalyzed result due to the frequent attacks on that environment. Development and wastes seem to be head or tail of the same coin. We want jobs, but the economic and industrial development is usually related with: waste generation, pollution or contamination. Read the rest of this entry »


Sex Education

15 January, 2019

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Education that refers to sexuality is not something other than one of many aspects or contents of human education which influences all others. Read the rest of this entry »


Online Learning

14 January, 2019
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Even if the computer is not the panacea of future learning, no one can doubt that it is a very powerful teaching tool with the power to change a professor’s way of teaching and a student’s way of learning. Read the rest of this entry »


Tips On How To Write An Interesting and Legit History Research Paper

14 May, 2018

      What topic should I choose?

      Choosing a topic is not easy, and it’s also the most important thing when it comes to writing a paper. We understand that this can be overwhelming, and this is why we come with some history essay format examples. Read the rest of this entry »


School Misconduct

21 March, 2018

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Educational French authorities have published a Guide on preventing dangerous misconduct in education centers.

The two most critical themes concern the crisis of discipline in schools and the language and reading deficit. Read the rest of this entry »


The terminally ill

14 February, 2018

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Marie Hennezel, specialist in a group of palliative care, says that in her service they have watched over patients that suffered from a declining deep of the face due to the effects of carcinomas with alterations as pathetic as the French Chantal Sebire suffered. “People who expressed their desire to die”.

“Families have never found useless or absurd this time. They took turns at the bedside terminal, in this last ritual of sacrifice that gives meaning to the final moments” .The French psychologist testifies that “letting die” a person is different from euthanasia. In this way we allow a person who, at the end of its suffering, dies gently and not brutally, as occurs when administered a lethal injection”

Clemente Ferrer


The murder pill

30 January, 2018

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The judgment of the Supreme Court of Justice of the United States on the process Griswold of Connecticut was the first of the many judgments that accepted the culture of death in which we are immersed. Read the rest of this entry »


The value of the example

30 January, 2018

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Educational authorities frequently repeat that education never ends and one of the cores of this law of education is the continuing education. Read the rest of this entry »


THE TV ADVERTISEMENT FOR UNFAITHFUL MARRIED PEOPLE

25 December, 2017

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Americans that are so clever have discovered that marital infidelities can also be a good business; and that is why they have created a kind of computer marriage agency, but the opposite, I mean an agency for people who want to be unfaithful to their couples. Read the rest of this entry »


Mayor Sullivan announces Hope Youth Street Program

2 November, 2017

 

    Mayor Michael J. Sullivan in cooperation with the Hope Youth Street Program is proud to announce an exciting new event that’s designed to bring the community and the talented youth of our city together. The program, which is simply entitled “The Movement” will celebrate the rich cultural diversity throughout the city and culminate in a talent show. Read the rest of this entry »


Childhood Obesity Prevention. Massachusetts

2 November, 2017

 

    In a survey conducted by Massachusetts Public Health Association (MPHA) it was requested information on which types of the following school recreational facilities were available: playground, sports field or gymnasium. As a whole, the answers were: 61% had a sports field, 67% had a playground, including middle and high schools, and 89% had a gym. Schools from higher income communities are better-equipped with exercise facilities. Read the rest of this entry »