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The meaningful life is a road worth traveling

The meaningful life is a road worth traveling | INTELIGENCIA GLOBAL | Scoop.it
A Stanford research project explored the key differences between lives of happiness and meaningfulness. While the two are similar, dramatic differences exist – and one should not underestimate the power of meaningfulness.

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la ciencia confirma hoy lo que los sabios antiguos, en el Yi-Ging chino,  proclamaban como principio basico de una vida humana: Ying y Yan, luz y sombras, vida con sentido y sinsentidos que nos va poniendo en el camino la misma realidad vital. Ambos son esenciales para vivir en realidad, no en ensueños falsos.

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Happiness and meaningfulness distinguished and distilled!

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If happiness is about getting what you want, then meaningfulness is about expressing and defining yourself. A life of meaning is more deeply tied to a valued sense of self and one's purpose in the larger context of life and community.

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You, Me and Empathy: Teaching children about empathy, feelings, kindness, compassion, tolerance and recognising bullying behaviours: 

You, Me and Empathy: Teaching children about empathy, feelings, kindness, compassion, tolerance and recognising bullying behaviours:  | INTELIGENCIA GLOBAL | Scoop.it
You, Me and Empathy: Teaching children about empathy, feelings, kindness, compassion, tolerance and recognising bullying behaviours  

 

One of the most important social skills a child can learn is empathy. Being able to understand how another person is feeling and recognizing their needs helps people to connect to one another across race


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(Teaching Empathy) 4 Proven Strategies for Teaching Empathy

(Teaching Empathy) 4 Proven Strategies for Teaching Empathy | INTELIGENCIA GLOBAL | Scoop.it
Help your students understand the perspectives of other people with these tried-and-tested methods.

 

Empathy is the ability to understand and share the feelings of another. Empathy has the capacity to transform individual lives for the better while helping to bring about positive social change in schools and communities worldwide. In psychology, there are currently two common approaches to empathy: shared emotional response and perspective taking.

 

Here are some strategies our graduates around the world use with their students to help develop both affective and cognitive empathy.

  • Modeling....
  • Teaching Point of View...
  • Using Literature to Teach Different Perspectives....
  • Listening Actively to Others...
  • Being Metacognitive About One’s State of Empathy....

 

By Dr. Donna Wilson and Marcus Conyers


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Developing Empathy: Middle Grades | Teaching Tolerance 

Developing Empathy: Middle Grades | Teaching Tolerance  | INTELIGENCIA GLOBAL | Scoop.it
  • understand empathy
  • practice ways to be more understanding
  • reflect on the effects of empathetic listening

 

Objectives

Activities will help students:

  • understand empathy
  • practice ways to be more understanding
  • reflect on the effects of empathetic listening

 

Essential Questions

  • What does it mean to put yourself in someone else’s shoes?
  • How empathetic am I?
  • How can I better show empathy toward others? 

 

Materials


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Teaching Empathy with Concrete Examples

Teaching Empathy with Concrete Examples | INTELIGENCIA GLOBAL | Scoop.it
Harvard Graduate School of Education’s “Making Caring Common” project suggests five ways to help kids demonstrate more empathy or kindness. They include using read alouds, exploring world geography, having a kindness competition, sit with someone new at lunch, and participating in community service.

Read alouds are one of my favorite ways to make issues relatable for my students. ReadBrightly is a great place to find ideas, including a list of picture books to help kids understand the refugee experience. But we must work to make empathy concrete beyond stories.

For starters, we must model empathy as we would any other skill. If you don’t listen to your students and use empathy as part of your classroom management, how likely are your students to show empathy to others?

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Forming empathy is challenging. Concrete examples make sense. Another approach might be to use literature and create dialogue about the literature. How does servant-leadership fit?
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Workshop: Empathy Bootcamp 

Workshop: Empathy Bootcamp  | INTELIGENCIA GLOBAL | Scoop.it
Empathy Basics: Tools for building relationships when it really counts. The reality is that human bonds aren't forged when we are on top of the world; but when we are at our lowest.

 

This workshop is for you if you're looking for ways to have more meaningful connections with your friends, colleagues, and family by being supportive, or by asking for help without feeling like a burden. If you are a human, or a human + an HR professional or manager who wants simple tools for building a culture of trust in your workplace, your medical setting, or in client relationships, then attend this workshop.

 

It uses a ton of humor, real talk, and practical tips that will fundamentally improve your capacity to be a better person in just a few hours. AND you will do this in the most beautiful setting known to humankind.

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PUCP - Evaluación y rúbricas

Suscríbete al Youtube de la PUCP: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=pucp Visítanos en: http://www.pucp.edu.pe Síguenos en

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Online learning is expanding beyond its roots in distance learning |

Online learning is expanding beyond its roots in distance learning | | INTELIGENCIA GLOBAL | Scoop.it
ICTpost Education Bureau What we are seeing in 2016 and 2017 is a transition to an educational system no longer dominated by traditional education and one or two alternative models. Educational

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(Empathic Healthcare) Empathy Can Be a Breakthrough In The Field of Medical Science

(Empathic Healthcare) Empathy Can Be a Breakthrough In The Field of Medical Science | INTELIGENCIA GLOBAL | Scoop.it
Emotional support can not only heal mental stress but can also effect upon the physical aspects. Empathy and daily emotional interactions with the spouses had been really effective to cure osteoarthritis among patients. This proves that nerves that react to emotional sensitivity and chemical or hormonal changes are also connected to the physical aspects.

This builds a bridge between cognitive sphere and the physical sphere of a body. Hence Wilson also stated that remaining attached emotionally is having colossal effects upon the life span as metabolic activities and fundamental functions can be controlled by emotional support and empathy.

 

June 22, 2017

 


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Decoding the Complex Brain Mechanics of Altruism and Empathy

Decoding the Complex Brain Mechanics of Altruism and Empathy | INTELIGENCIA GLOBAL | Scoop.it

Multiple brain regions coordinate during the empathetic decision-making process.

A new study by a team of neuroscientists from Duke and Stanford University debunks the myth that a singular brain region is responsible for making decisions that affect others.

 

One of the biggest myths in neuroscienceis that a singular brain region—such as the amygdala or insula—is responsible for a specific aspect of social cognition. This week, a team of Stanford and Duke University neuroscientists reported that the frequency-specific interplay betweenand within various brain regions appears to drive the decision-making process behind altruism and empathy.

 

This study helps to debunk the myth that any singular brain region functions in isolation or with autonomy. 

 
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Enseñar y aprender a través de dispositivos móviles (17,7)

La RIED acaba de publicar un interesante Monográfico sobre la relación entre dispositivos digitales móviles y la enseñanza y el aprendizaje, el correspondiente al Vol. 20(2), de fecha julio de 2017. VER.  Vamos, pues, a construir esta entrada al blog extrayendo aspectos esenciales del artículo editorial (García Aretio, 2017) y del artículo de Presentación del monográfico por […]

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Transferir el conocimiento fundamental

Transferir el conocimiento fundamental | INTELIGENCIA GLOBAL | Scoop.it
La imagen que encabeza este texto corresponde a una pintura de Samuel Albrecht Anker [1884]. En esta obra, un anciano se dirige a u

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Manel Muntada escribe sobre el "conocimiento fundamental" en las organizaciones. Y su transferencia.

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Blended and Hybrid Environments are Driving the New Global Movement in Education

Blended and Hybrid Environments are Driving the New Global Movement in Education | INTELIGENCIA GLOBAL | Scoop.it
Today’s global employers are searching for employees that have specific skills. Those skills may not be the same needed in 10 years though. In 2009, the US Department of Labor estimated 65% of today’s school children would eventually be employed in jobs that have yet to be created. The number is far higher today. The influx of technology is what has changed the shape of education forever. For this reason, schools must create opportunities for students to engage in higher level thinking skills and experience 21st century skills while using technology. Most schools are emphasizing 21st century skills to be taught to their students. It is in almost every mission statement. According to a study done by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (2016), employers want leadership skills as the prime attribute of future employees. The ability to work in teams is second on the list with 78.9% looking for the skill. This is followed closely by 70% who want good written communication skills and 70% want employees to have problem solving skills.
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Empathy

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SUGGESTIONS FOR TEACHERS, SPECIALISTS, AND HOMESCHOOLING PARENTS


Focus on empathy by discussing this virtue and poster. To deepen it's meaning, focus on an activity, suggestion, book, or printable. Once an understanding of this trait has been achieved and demonstrated, present award(s). Visit my store to purchase similar virtue packets, awards, posters, and task cards.

INCLUDED RESOURCES
1. Suggested Activities
2. Suggested Activities Continued
3. Teaching Guide
4. Discussion Starter Questions
5. What Can I Show Empathy? Printable
6. Empathy Printable
7. Showing Empathy... Printable
8. How Would You Feel? Printable
9. Feelings Printable
10. What Does Empathy Mean? Printable
11. Empathy Acrostic Poem Printable
12. Empathy word Printable
13. Empathy Poster
14. Empathy Award
15. Empathy Vouchers
16. TOU and Credits

 

 


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6 Ways to Nurture Empathy in Intimate Relationships

6 Ways to Nurture Empathy in Intimate Relationships | INTELIGENCIA GLOBAL | Scoop.it

Here are 7 ways to nurture your empathy:

  1. Be self-aware.  The more open you are to your own emotions, the more easily you will be attuned to the emotions and feelings of others.
  2. Observe body language. Often we can tell a lot by watching other people’s body language or non-verbal cues. Watch for facial expressions, hand motions, gestures and tone of voice.
  3. Be in tune to someone’s emotional truth. It’s more important how a person says something than by what they say. Studies have shown that 90 percent of the messages we receive from other people are nonverbal.
  4. Be a good listener. To be empathetic you have to really hear what the other person is telling you. To develop empathy, it’s important to have all the details. Give the other person a chance to express themselves and refrain from interrupting.
  5. Suspend judgement and disbelief. While listening is key to developing empathy, it’s also important not to judge what the person is telling you. It’s equally important not to offer tips or suggestions. When you want to fix someone else’s problem, then there’s a good chance you’re not empathetic. If you’re thinking about fixing the problem, you’re not in tuned to what they’re going through.
  6. Use reflection. While reflection is important in writing, it’s also an integral part of being a healer. This is in-line with Carl Rogers therapeutic practice by clarifying back to the person what they’re feeling. You might say something like, “It seems to me you’re saying that your feelings are hurt.”
  7. Put aside your own views and values. It’s important to do this so that you’re completely focused on the other person’s needs.

 

Diana Raab, Ph.D.


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Empathy and Neuroscience Course  

Empathy and Neuroscience Course   | INTELIGENCIA GLOBAL | Scoop.it

Class starts Tuesday March 28th. Empathy is oxygen for the soul. So if you are feeling short of breath due to life stresses, perhaps one needs expanded empathy. Get some here. This is what you need to know to

register. Further details on the course content are in line below. To register for the course, you need to provide basic info and register with the UChicago Graham School of Continuing Education. If you have any special requests, none of this is “chiseled in stone” yet (though it will be by 03/21/2017), so see my contact data below and let me know. There are no prerequisites or grades. This is Continuing Education. Cost is $360.

 

 


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(Empathy, Art healthcare) Dell Medical School and Blanton Museum partner to teach empathy through art - The Daily Texan

(Empathy, Art healthcare) Dell Medical School and Blanton Museum partner to teach empathy through art - The Daily Texan | INTELIGENCIA GLOBAL | Scoop.it

The Dell Medical School partnered with the Blanton Museum of Art to teach medical students empathy through art. 

Faculty members at Dell Medical collaborated with Ray Williams, the Blanton’s director of education and academic affairs, to create three two-hour experiences to teach medical students empathy, observational skills and self-care.


During the session focused on empathy, students analyzed a painting of David and Goliath shortly after David decapitated Goliath. Williams led the students in an interpretive conversation about the piece before connecting it back to clinical practice. Williams said he wanted them to empathize with the emotional trauma David must have experienced as he became a teenage killer. 

 

“This invitation to exercise your empathetic imagination that art and fiction give us is very relevant to the clinical work in terms of being able see beyond a diagnosis and beyond an illness to a real human experience,” Williams said.

 

BY CHASE KARACOSTAS


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(Empathy in Education) 5 Tips for Raising an Empathetic Child — Starting in Preschool

(Empathy in Education) 5 Tips for Raising an Empathetic Child — Starting in Preschool | INTELIGENCIA GLOBAL | Scoop.it

According to Nelson, there are five ways you can help your preschooler learn empathy:

1. Recognize and address your child’s needs.
A child’s needs and wants aren’t always convenient. If adult schedules interfere with nap time, it’s tempting to tell your child, “You can wait a few minutes.” But a “few minutes” can seem like an eternity to a sleepy 4-year-old. Validate your child’s feelings by saying instead, “I know you’re tired, and we’ll get home as soon as we can and then you can go right to sleep.”

2. Focus on feelings.
Read books about feelings, and encourage your child to identify their own emotions, as well as those of others. When you notice a child who is happy or sad, remark on it.

Zoe, the mother of 5-year-old Sofia, said to her daughter recently, “Your brother was very quiet tonight. Do you think he might be sad because Daddy’s out of town?” Another time Zoe said to Sofia, “Your friend Michael was jumping up and down when you got to school! Didn’t he look happy to see you?”

3. Teach verbal and non-verbal cues....
4. Use pretend play...
5. Encourage inclusion...


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Shifting Needs in a Digital World

Shifting Needs in a Digital World | INTELIGENCIA GLOBAL | Scoop.it
  Recently, Gerald Fussell wrote a blog post examining how our priorities in schools support our students and their diverse, dynamic needs. Based on his thinking around Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs using a school lens, and the graphic he created above; he explores the challenges schools face in supporting students through to the Self Actualization…

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Nik Peachey's curator insight, June 23, 5:15 AM

An interesting read.

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Interesting, but tone, as often, is on the defense, e.g. parents should and teachers should 'set' good examples. Problem is, they really are either behaving in the same 'bad' manner as children, only further removed from the benefits of online life so that they experience neither.
Ivon Prefontaine, PhD's curator insight, June 24, 6:53 PM
The post links Maslow and a digital world.
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¿Te planteas la clase inversa? ¿Por qué? Una introducción

¿Te planteas la clase inversa? ¿Por qué? Una introducción | INTELIGENCIA GLOBAL | Scoop.it
Estamos acostumbrados a que los niveles cognitivos más básicos se trabajen en la clase tradicional, los profesores, o bien tenemos miedo de salirnos de lo que se ha hecho siempre, probablemente porque no sabemos evaluar trabajos de otra índole, o bien nos preocupa pensar que no todos nuestros alumnos alcanzarán los mínimos requeridos. Yo presupongo
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¿Te planteas la clase inversa? ¿Por qué? Una introducción
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EFFEKT's treetop experience observation tower offers a breathtaking panoramic view of denmark

EFFEKT's treetop experience observation tower offers a breathtaking panoramic view of denmark | INTELIGENCIA GLOBAL | Scoop.it

Overlooking the gisselfeld klosters skove forest, south of Copenhagen, EFFEKT’s spiral treetop experience allows visitors to immerse themselves in the stunning danish nature surrounding them. The observation tower is nestled in a luscious forest characterized by a hilly landscape, with several natural elements such as lakes, creeks and wetlands.


The 600 meter-long walkway is connected to a 45 meter-tall observation tower, creating a unique opportunity to meander above the trees. both the tower and the walkway function as a seamless and continuous ramp, making the forest accessible for all.


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EFFEKT's spiral treetop experience, now part of camp adventure, allows visitors to immerse themselves in the stunning danish forest surrounding them.

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Depuración de aguas residuales – 1/7: Definiciones y exigencias normativas en los vertidos

Depuración de aguas residuales – 1/7: Definiciones y exigencias normativas en los vertidos | INTELIGENCIA GLOBAL | Scoop.it

Este artículo consta de siete partes. Las siguientes irán apareciendo en los próximos días.

Primera parte
Segunda parte


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Overuse of Technology Can Lead to 'Digital Dementia'

Overuse of Technology Can Lead to 'Digital Dementia' | INTELIGENCIA GLOBAL | Scoop.it
Over-dependence on our digital devices is leading to cognitive dysfunction and brain imbalance. Learn how to help yourself or a loved one avoid the damage.

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Anatronica: Anatomía humana en 3D 

Anatronica: Anatomía humana en 3D  | INTELIGENCIA GLOBAL | Scoop.it
Anatronica es una muy buena plataforma para aprender la anatomía humana de forma visual. Con el entorno podrás visualizar el esqueleto y ver al detalle cada hueso, músculo u órgano y obtener información avanzada de cada selección.

Lo interesante de la utilidad es la posibilidad de observar de varios puntos de vista la anatomía huma en 3D, esto te permitirá aprender de forma muy gráfica cada rincón de nuestro cuerpo.

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Ejercicios Gimp Practicos- Aprender a Usar Gimp

Ejercicios Gimp Practicos- Aprender a Usar Gimp | INTELIGENCIA GLOBAL | Scoop.it
GIMP tiene herramientas que se utilizan para el retoque y edición de imágenes, dibujo de formas libres, cambiar el tamaño, recortar, hacer fotomontajes, convertir a diferentes formatos de imagen, y las tareas más especializadas.

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