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100 Lessons From 100 Entrepreneurs Worth Over $100 million

100 Lessons From 100 Entrepreneurs Worth Over $100 million | Reflexiones | Scoop.it
What are the secrets behind the world's most successful millionaires and billionaires? In this MASSIVE article, we cover their most valuable life lessons learned, revealed one by one.
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We all hate the lion killer. Does that excuse digital vigilantes?

We all hate the lion killer. Does that excuse digital vigilantes? | Reflexiones | Scoop.it
It's fair to say there is no man in the U.S. more actively loathed right now than Dr. Walter James Palmer. The Minnesota dentist — who, it emerged Tuesday, killed the legendary ...
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Ni mujer ni madre ni trabajadora

Ni mujer ni madre ni trabajadora | Reflexiones | Scoop.it
Cada día me resulta más cansino y agotador que estas tres categorías se utilicen diaria y compulsivamente para definir a un cierto tipo de ...
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No, Sesame Street Was Not the First MOOC

No, Sesame Street Was Not the First MOOC | Reflexiones | Scoop.it
Clearly it’s a research paper perfectly titled for widespread circulation, combining everyone’s favorite early childhood…
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Future learning environments - Steve Wheeler at Learning Technologies - Training Press Releases

Future learning environments - Steve Wheeler at Learning Technologies - Training Press Releases | Reflexiones | Scoop.it
January’s Learning Technologies Conference will take a look at the combination of social and mobile technologies with intelligent systems and the mind-boggling possibilities for learning, through the eyes of Plymouth University’s Steve Wheeler.
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Everybody Wants to MOOC the World

Everybody Wants to MOOC the World | Reflexiones | Scoop.it
You may have seen this week’s announcement from Instructure of their new Canvas Network to support MOOCs and other open courses. Blackboard has already been dipping its toe in this water, hav...
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Coursera, edX, and MOOCs Are Changing the Online Education Business | MIT Technology Review

Coursera, edX, and MOOCs Are Changing the Online Education Business | MIT Technology Review | Reflexiones | Scoop.it
Students anywhere are being offered free instruction online. What will that do to the trillion-dollar education business?
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The Crisis in Higher Education | MIT Technology Review

The Crisis in Higher Education | MIT Technology Review | Reflexiones | Scoop.it
Online versions of college courses are attracting hundreds of thousands of students, millions of dollars in funding, and accolades from university administrators. Is this a fad, or is higher education about to get the overhaul it needs?
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Do online courses spell the end for the traditional university?

Do online courses spell the end for the traditional university? | Reflexiones | Scoop.it
US academics are using the web to offer world-class tuition – free – to anyone who can log on, anywhere in the world.
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Informe Educación en el mundo UNESCO 2012

■ Objetivo 1: Las mejoras en el ámbito de la atención y educación de la primera infancia han
sido demasiado lentas. En 2008, aproximadamente el 28% aproximadamente de los niños
de menos de cinco años padecían de retraso en el crecimiento, y menos de la mitad de los
niños del mundo recibían una enseñanza preescolar.
■ Objetivo 2: Los progresos encaminados a hacer realidad la enseñanza primaria universal
están perdiendo impulso. En 2010 seguía habiendo 61 millones de niños sin escolarizar en
el mundo. De 100 niños no escolarizados, se estima que 47 no lo estarán nunca.
■ Objetivo 3: Muchos jóvenes no disponen de competencias básicas. En 123 países de bajos
ingresos o ingresos medianos bajos, unos 200 millones de jóvenes que tienen entre 15 y 24
años ni siquiera han logrado terminar sus estudios primarios, lo que representa un joven de
cada cinco.
■ Objetivo 4: La alfabetización de los adultos sigue siendo un objetivo difícil de alcanzar.
El número de adultos analfabetos ha experimentado una disminución de solo un 12%
entre 1990 y 2010. En 2010, unos 775 millones de adultos eran analfabetos, siendo las dos
terceras partes mujeres.
■ Objetivo 5: Las disparidades entre varones y niñas cobran formas muy diversas. En 2010,
había todavía diecisiete países con menos de nueve niñas por diez varones en la enseñanza
primaria. En más de la mitad de los 96 países que no han logrado la paridad entre los sexos
en la enseñanza secundaria, los varones están en situación de inferioridad.
■ Objetivo 6: La desigualdad en materia de resultados del aprendizaje sigue siendo muy
marcada a escala mundial. Asciende a nada menos que 250 millones el número de niños
que podrían llegar al cuarto grado sin ser capaces de leer o de escribir.6


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Adiós Marcas Aspiracionales: Hola Inspiracionales | Branzai | Branding y Marcas

Adiós Marcas Aspiracionales: Hola Inspiracionales | Branzai | Branding y Marcas | Reflexiones | Scoop.it
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What happens when online shaming spirals out of control

What happens when online shaming spirals out of control | Reflexiones | Scoop.it
For the longest time Jon Ronson reveled in the fact that Twitter gave a voice to the voiceless ... the social media platform gave us all a chance to speak up and hit back at perceived injustice. But somewhere along the way, things took a turn. In this passionate, eloquent talk, Ronson explains how too often we end up behaving like a baying mob -- and that it's time to rethink how we interact with others online.
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Antes de tuitear, llama a tu abogado

Antes de tuitear, llama a tu abogado | Reflexiones | Scoop.it
El ‘caso Zapata’ ha puesto sobre la mesa el debate sobre los límites del humor, en un contexto dominado por las redes sociales
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As NY floods, “Robin Hood” Uber robs from the rich and… Nope, that’s about it

As NY floods, “Robin Hood” Uber robs from the rich and… Nope, that’s about it | Reflexiones | Scoop.it
Last week, I wrote a few words on Uber CEO Travis Kalanick, his love of Ayn Rand, and how Silicon Valley's growing Randian obsession risks turning "Disruptive" companies into raging assholes. Judgi...
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Re-Wiring Our Brains for Education - Online Universities.com

Re-Wiring Our Brains for Education - Online Universities.com | Reflexiones | Scoop.it
Almost on a daily basis, I am driving in my car, half-paying attention to the radio, when I register that there has been something on of interest that I should have been paying attention to.
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Daphne Koller, the AI Researcher Who Founded Coursera | MIT Technology Review

Daphne Koller, the AI Researcher Who Founded Coursera | MIT Technology Review | Reflexiones | Scoop.it
Experts in artificial intelligence are leaving academia to bring online learning to the world. But their most radical ideas are still on hold.
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One Man, One Computer, 10 Million Students: How Khan Academy Is Reinventing Education - Forbes

One man. One computer. Ten million students. Our $1.3 trillion school system is ripe for revolution. (RT @MSEurope: Good example to follow!
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A Vision of Students Today

a short video summarizing some of the most important characteristics of students today - how they learn, what they need to learn, their goals, hopes, dreams,...
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