Presentación de Hugo Pardo Kuklinski en la Cumbre Líderes de la Educación. Bogotá, mayo de 2014. Se festejaban los 100 años del Gimnasio Moderno de Colombia. El Gimnasio Moderno es una institución educativa de enorme prestigio en el país y cumple 100 años de vida en este 2014. Muchos líderes, referentes sociales y empresariales se han formado en esta institución. Por otro lado, la revista Semana ha decidido apostar por la educación con el lanzamiento de esta cumbre anual.
Working Paper by Shane Greenstein and Feng Zhu. Which source of information contains greater bias and slant—text written by an expert or that constructed via collective intelligence? Do the costs of acquiring, storing, displaying and revising information shape those differences? We evaluate these questions empirically by examining slanted and biased phrases in content on US […]
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On the one hand, there's the physician who's looking for 'evidence' that diabetes is being managed. On the other hand is the patient argument that 'emotional support' is also a key benefit. One could argue that BOTH sides have merit.
In a blog post titled "Open letter to NPR about Diabetes Social Media piece," Kerri Morrone Sparling of Six Until Me, attempted to refute a claim made by Jason Bronner, a doctor at the University of California San Diego Medical Center, who said "There's no proof in diabetes that social networking is helpful."
Sparling says "initial evidence suggests that the benefits of social media to people living with chronic illness are real, even though large scale studies have not shown precisely who benefits and how much."
OK. What we have here is a failure to communicate. On the one hand, there's the physician who's looking for "evidence" that diabetes is being managed. That in-volves numbers such as HbA1c (a lab test that shows the average level of blood sugar over the previous three months; It shows how well patients are controlling their diabetes).
On the other hand is the patient argument that "emotional support" is also a key benefit.
Donald Alan Schön (1930-1997) was an influential thinker in developing the theory and practice of reflective professional learning in the twentieth century. He was born in Boston and brought up in Massachusetts, at Brookline and Worcester. After doing a Bachelor's at Yale University, he completed Master's and doctoral studies in philosophy at Harvard University.
This week I participated in Achovoliga, an event in Gijon organised by @lasindias and attended by a diverse crowd ranging from people you will recognise from the internet as well as entrepreneurs, activists, ministers, bankers etc from across the Spanish and Portuguese-speaking world.
Watching the livestream and tweet stream of #BIF10 a few weeks ago sharply reminded me that Twitter is not a social network. It is a medium that connects, conveys and spreads a social network. It has moments of brilliance, hours of banality, and wondrous conversations sometimes slide into noxious platitudes. Topic: Social Business.
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