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Bate-papo com Fersen Lambranho - YouTube

Sócio e presidente do conselho da GP Investments: http://www.napratica.org.br/inspire-se/bate-papo-com-fersen-lambranho/
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Antonio 'Brincante' Nobrega: Instinto Civilizacional da Cultura Popular

Antonio 'Brincante' Nobrega: Instinto Civilizacional da Cultura Popular | Homo Sapiens to Homo Evolutis -Spiritualis | Scoop.it
Caros geonautas, Da colonização portuguesa-europeia, a Inconfidência Mineira, ao "Instinto de Nacionalidade" (Machado de Assis, 1873), ao 'Instinto Civilizacional' da cultura popular Roda Viva | An...
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Provocação: O que a mulher e o elefante têm em comum?

Provocação: O que a mulher e o elefante têm em comum? | Homo Sapiens to Homo Evolutis -Spiritualis | Scoop.it
Caros geonautas, Diante do novo e inusitado, lembremos Rabelais: “O que e mulher e o elefante têm em comum?” “A vida como ela é”, diria o único reacionário do Brasil, estou claramente com mais uma ...
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Advocating equal hiring practices and employment rights in TEFL: Only NESTs can provide a 'good' language model. Really?

Advocating equal hiring practices and employment rights in TEFL: Only NESTs can provide a 'good' language model. Really? | Homo Sapiens to Homo Evolutis -Spiritualis | Scoop.it

Via Hamid Eusafzai, Luciana Viter
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Are Online Virtual Worlds the Future for Education?

Are Online Virtual Worlds the Future for Education? | Homo Sapiens to Homo Evolutis -Spiritualis | Scoop.it
From blackboards to iPads and chalk to stylus pens, education has undoubtedly been revolutionised by technology. (Are Online Virtual Worlds the Future for Education?

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David W. Deeds's curator insight, May 8, 2014 8:34 AM

Why, yes, now that you mention it. ;)

ICTPHMS's curator insight, May 8, 2014 11:40 AM

We are currently rewriting our ICT curriculum and the majority of us are discussing this very thought. Where do we go with what "technical knowledge" do we want our middle school students to know and learn in Computer class?

Maria Leopoldina's curator insight, May 9, 2014 9:13 PM

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The birth of Anita (A Chegada de Anita)

Parto Domiciliar Planejado Nascimento de Anita Mãe: Andrea Pai: Marcelo Irmãos: Duda (17a) Maria Flor (2a8m) Equipe 9 luas: Dra. Rachel Reis - GO Melissa…
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How We Spend Our Days Is How We Spend Our Lives: Annie Dillard on Presence Over Productivity

How We Spend Our Days Is How We Spend Our Lives: Annie Dillard on Presence Over Productivity | Homo Sapiens to Homo Evolutis -Spiritualis | Scoop.it

"The life of sensation is the life of greed; it requires more and more. The life of the spirit requires less and less."

The meaning of life has been pondered by such literary icons as Leo Tolstoy (1904), Henry Miller (1918), Anaïs Nin (1946), Viktor Frankl(1946), Italo Calvino (1975), and David Foster Wallace (2005). And though some have argued that today’s age is one where “the great dream is to trade up from money to meaning,” there’s an unshakable and discomfiting sense that, in our obsession with optimizing our creative routinesand maximizing our productivity, we’ve forgotten how to be truly present in the gladdening mystery of life.

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Big Data Week - A global festival for big data professionals

Big Data Week - A global festival for big data professionals | Homo Sapiens to Homo Evolutis -Spiritualis | Scoop.it
Big Data Week is one of the most unique global platforms of interconnected community events focusing on the social, political, technological impacts of Data

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Alberto Dines entrevista o jornalista Hélio Fernandes no Observatório da Imprensa

Testemunha das últimas oito décadas da história do Brasil, o jornalista conviveu com a cúpula política do país e com importantes nomes da imprensa, entre ele...
Entrevista com Hélio Fernandes

http://www.observatoriodaimprensa.com.br/videos/view/a_d_entrevista_helio_fernandes

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Flying Robot Rockstars - YouTube

KMel Robotics presents a team of flying robots that have taken up new instruments to play some fresh songs. The hexrotors create music in ways never seen bef...
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Happy 80th Birthday, Jane Goodall: The Beloved Primatologist on Science, Religion, and Our Human Responsibilities

Happy 80th Birthday, Jane Goodall: The Beloved Primatologist on Science, Religion, and Our Human Responsibilities | Homo Sapiens to Homo Evolutis -Spiritualis | Scoop.it

What the chimpanzees teach us about the fine line between faith and apathy.

Legendary British primatologist Jane Goodall(b. April 3, 1934) is celebrated not only as humanity’s greatest expert on chimpanzees but also as a remarkable mind that bridges the rigor of science with the sensitivity of spirituality. In a passage from her altogether fantastic 1999 exploration of science and spirituality, Reason for Hope: A Spiritual Journey (public library), which also gave us her gorgeous poem “The Old Wisdom”, Goodall reflects on a trying time in her life — her divorce in 1974, coupled with her quest to reconcile the faith in a higher power that she had harbored her whole life with the new understanding of and awe at evolution after her transformational experience of studying the chimpanzees at Gombe Stream National Park.

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Receita pra lavar palavra suja - Viviane Mosé

Palavras são gatilhos que disparam experiências dentro de nós. Por isso, é preciso cuidar muito bem delas, sabem? Por exemplo, hipermutantasquitilionário. Se você…
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Iconic Psychiatrist Carl Jung on Human Personality in Rare BBC Interview_1959

Iconic Psychiatrist Carl Jung on Human Personality in Rare BBC Interview_1959 | Homo Sapiens to Homo Evolutis -Spiritualis | Scoop.it
"Man cannot stand a meaningless life."

Legendary Swiss psychiatrist Carl Gustav Jung (July 26, 1875--June 6, 1961), along with his frenem
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What the people of the Amazon know that you don’t

What the people of the Amazon know that you don’t | Homo Sapiens to Homo Evolutis -Spiritualis | Scoop.it
"The greatest and most endangered species in the Amazon rainforest is not the jaguar or the harpy eagle," says Mark Plotkin, "It's the isolated and uncontacted tribes." In an energetic and sobering talk, the ethnobotanist brings us into the world of the forest's indigenous tribes and the incredible medicinal plants that their shamans use to heal. He outlines the challenges and perils that are endangering them — and their wisdom — and urges us to protect this irreplaceable repository of knowledge.
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A primeira sala de aula de todos nós: O útero

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A primeira sala de aula de todos nós: O útero Thomas Verny e Pamela Weintraub Fonte: livro "O bebê do amanhã" Inscreva-se em nosso site e receba info
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elearnspace › Personal Learner Knowledge Graph

elearnspace › Personal Learner Knowledge Graph | Homo Sapiens to Homo Evolutis -Spiritualis | Scoop.it

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luiy's curator insight, May 6, 2014 5:04 PM

What is needed in education is something like a Personal Learner Knowledge Graph (PLKG): a clear profile of what a learner knows. It doesn’t matter where the learner learned things – work, volunteering, hobbies, personal interest, formal schooling, etc. What matters is that learners are aware of what they know and how this is related to the course content/curriculum. In a sense, PLKG is like the semantic web or Google Knowledge Graph: a connected model of learner knowledge that can be navigated and assessed and ultimately “verified” by some organization in order to give a degree or designation (or something like it).

 

If the education system can make the transition to learner knowledge graphs, instead of mainly content, the system can start to be far more intelligent than it currently is. For example, if I’m a student who spends summer months idly consuming beverages, I will develop a different skill set than someone who spent their summer volunteering and working (see video below for a discussion I had with Steve Paikin on the Agenda). Yet when the two of us start university in fall, the system normalizes our knowledge to the curriculum. We get the same content even though we are different people with completely different skills and knowledge.

Claude Emond's curator insight, May 7, 2014 9:20 AM

«The big shift that needs to be made in education is to shift from knowing content to knowing learners»

Fàtima Galan's curator insight, May 8, 2014 5:08 AM

"What is needed in education is something like a Personal Learner Knowledge Graph (PLKG): a clear profile of what a learner knows."

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Ciência da informação e os espaços antropológicos

Ciência da informação e os espaços antropológicos | Homo Sapiens to Homo Evolutis -Spiritualis | Scoop.it

O estudo se propôs a investigar as propriedades dos quatro espaços antropológicos de Pierre Lèvy associando-os aos tempos da ciência da informação de Aldo Barreto.


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cita o autor: "para Barreto (2002,2008) a ciência da informação se divide nos seguintes tempos: tempo da gerência da informação, de 1945 - 1980, tempo da relação informação e conhecimento, de 1980 - 1995 , e tempo do conhecimento interativo, de 1995 até a atualidade."

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Reading, Writing, Arithmetic, and Lately, Coding

Reading, Writing, Arithmetic, and Lately, Coding | Homo Sapiens to Homo Evolutis -Spiritualis | Scoop.it
Schools are signing up to teach computer coding, which some view as a basic skill for today, and the tech industry-backed group Code.org is pushing basic coding even for the very young.

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Kierkegaard on Our Greatest Source of Unhappiness

Kierkegaard on Our Greatest Source of Unhappiness | Homo Sapiens to Homo Evolutis -Spiritualis | Scoop.it

Hope, memory, and how our chronic compulsion to flee from our own lives robs us of living.

“How we spend our days is, of course, how we spend our lives,” Annie Dillard memorably wrote in reflecting on why presence matters more than productivity. “On how one orients himself to the moment depends the failure or fruitfulness of it,”Henry Miller asserted in his beautiful meditation on the art of living. And yet we spend our lives fleeing from the present moment, constantly occupying ourselves with overplanning the futureor recoiling with anxiety over its impermanence, thus invariably robbing ourselves of the vibrancy of aliveness.

In a chapter of the altogether indispensable 1843 treatise Either/Or: A Fragment of Life (public library), the influential Danish thinker Søren Kierkegaard (May 5, 1813–November 11, 1855), considered the first true existentialist philosopher, explores precisely that — how our constant escapism from our own lives is our greatest source of unhappiness.

Kierkegaard, who was only thirty at the time, begins with an observation all the timelier today, amidst our culture of busy-as-a-badge-of-honor:

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The New Alphabet Students Are Really Learning

The New Alphabet Students Are Really Learning | Homo Sapiens to Homo Evolutis -Spiritualis | Scoop.it
We talk a lot here about the technologies available to our students now that were not available to us at that time in our lives. Part of that is almost unavoidable – these technologies form a huge part of our daily lives, and it is really difficult to try not to compare that with the …

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Tim Berners-Lee: Marco Civil é passo para impedir controle da rede por governos e empresas

Tim Berners-Lee: Marco Civil é passo para impedir controle da rede por governos e empresas | Homo Sapiens to Homo Evolutis -Spiritualis | Scoop.it
O criador da internet, Tim Berners-Lee, falou, nesta quarta-feira (23), durante o Encontro Global Multissetorial sobre o Futuro da Governança da Internet -- NET Mundial, em São Paulo, sobre a sançã...
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The American Middle Class Is No Longer the World’s Richest

The American Middle Class Is No Longer the World’s Richest | Homo Sapiens to Homo Evolutis -Spiritualis | Scoop.it
After three decades of slow growth, middle-class incomes in the U.S. appear to trail those of Canada. Poor Americans now make less than the poor in several other countries.
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A CAÇA, o filme, a "Escola Base" 2

A CAÇA, o filme, a "Escola Base" 2 | Homo Sapiens to Homo Evolutis -Spiritualis | Scoop.it
(...) “porque os únicos perigos reais que existem é o próprio homem. Ele é o grande perigo, e nós somos lamentavelmente desconhecido bem o homem. Não sabemos nada do homem, muito pouco. É devemos t...

 

Caros geonautas,

O filme dinamarquês,”A CAÇA” foi exibido ontem no “40º Festival Sesc Melhores Filmes“, e reexibição para próxima quinta, 10/04 as 17H, é impressionante as fragilidades da inustentável leveda do ser, ou como dirá Nelson Rodrigues, a vida como ela é, eu diria aterrador. A Crítica/Sinopse de Celso Sabadin, que pesquisei agora na rede, já diz tudo no início, “ foi inevitável lembrar do caso da Escola Base, em São Paulo. Para quem não se lembra, a Escola Base foi acusada de abrigar casos de abuso sexual.” Leia a sinopse na integra aqui: ”A CAÇA” ENFOCA A IGNORÂNCIA VIOLENTA DAS VERDADES PRÉ-CONCEBIDAS.

 

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Creativity, the Gift of Failure, and the Crucial Difference Between Success and Mastery

Creativity, the Gift of Failure, and the Crucial Difference Between Success and Mastery | Homo Sapiens to Homo Evolutis -Spiritualis | Scoop.it

The lost art of learning to stand "where we would rather not and expand in ways we never knew we could."

“You gotta be willing to fail… if you’re afraid of failing, you won’t get very far,” Steve Jobs cautioned. “There is no such thing as failure — failure is just life trying to move us in another direction,” Oprah counseled new Harvard graduates. In his wonderfully hearteningletter of fatherly advice, F. Scott Fitzgerald gave his young daughter Scottie a list of things to worry and not worry about in life; among the unworriables, he listed failure, “unless it comes through your own fault.” 

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