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Technology   no comments

Posted at 11:11 am in News

The curriculum implemented in primary school is not flexible but rigid, flexible and we understand that combining studies with work placements in the educational process, ie, an alternative education or a system dual in the exploration of methodologies, teaching strategies and curriculum to articulate theoretical and practical content, remember that there must be a link in the relationship between the curriculum, the cultural and geographical setting, as it must incorporate the latter as key elements processing new curriculum proposals, from this point of view, is that we should note that curriculum changes are based on the growing social needs, as the development of industry, science and technology have led to changes in various social sectors such as for example the workplace that is affected by these developments precisely because they offer ways to a change in employment opportunities, but above all a competition requiring framed so that the curriculum is managed at any level of education should be amended to these new demands of our modern society, becoming a curriculum in order to be more flexible, but this is still not entirely the case at the education.

The curriculum is being implemented continuous framing traditional forms of education, with bureaucratic efforts even under time, space and established periods, then the flexibility seems to be on one side and the institutions responsible for implementing the curriculum remain deaf to the demands of society that wants a complete change and widespread in all social aspects and on sociocultural paradigm with backbone flexibility, if we consider the latter in the educational fact, we realize that we must educate a student critical creative, reflective, which effectively achieve their learning while developing its capacity of understanding and expression, so the achievement of these objectives require the consistent implementation of a curriculum that differs from that used in the past and is no longer theoretical become practical, and social critic. .

Written by admin on May 26th, 2017

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What's For Lunch ?   no comments

Posted at 3:41 pm in News

As an entrepreneur, I am always intrigued by small businesses, at home or not, that exceed customer expectations in a big way. Let me tell you about one of them. I recently spent some time with my daughter in her college town of Tuscaloosa, Alabama. We were spending the day your apartment ready for their return to school in the fall. When it came time for lunch, I wanted to take me to a restaurant in the small town of Northport, just north of Tuscaloosa.

Northport is one of those typical Southern small town, whose downtown area has become a delightfully quaint shopping area. Central to that is a restaurant called City Cafe. AMay experience. We arrived on the scene at 11:30 am I usually like to go to restaurants for lunch at that time so that one can “beat the race.” I told my daughter before our arrival, she laughed. When we entered, I understood why.

I faced a room with a lunch counter on the left (Full) boxes on the right (complete) and a line that stretched down to the back wall and then circled around. As visitors to Disney World, we automatically took our place at the end of the line. Then I began to look toward the front of the line and realized that continues in the other room (I could not see.) So I asked my daughter, where is the front of this line? Her answer “You’ll see.”

Written by admin on May 11th, 2017

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Wine Tourism Business   no comments

Posted at 7:02 am in News

The Spanish Association of Wine Cities (ACEVIN) conducted a survey of practice in Spain, and published an article that expresses some interesting data. These reports that the Spanish are frequent visitors at its highest percentage, Spanish. To be more specific, local tourists account for 82% of the total. This leads us to conclude that only 18% of wine tourists are foreigners. The wine routes are flown by the Spanish to foreign visitors, it is found that with the report by the Centre Tourism Product Club Wine Routes of Spain. This publication produced jointly with the Ministry of Industry, Tourism and Trade, was assembled based on 269 surveys. Visit Robert J. Shiller for more clarity on the issue. These were performed on 11 different routes, the traditional wine tours. According to the answers provided by respondents, the visit to a lesser extent foreign wineries.

Anyway, it is interesting that this percentage is composed of 18% belongs to foreign wineries. 20 100 people are Germans, 15 belong to the UK, Benelux and the United States. The American tourist is the most consuming. It was also particularly interested in wines that have a historical or cultural background. Even drink more wine to his origin. Also disfrutn of socialization that promotes this area, especially wine clubs. As for the composition of 80%, ie, of Spanish wine tourists, the highest percentage is made up of Catalans you, the people of Madrid, the barcelonenses. Also, the people of Zaragoza, Bilbao, Sevilla, Valladolid and Valencia.

If we speak of accommodation, wine tourists tend to opt for the hotel. 43% replied that prefer this type of accommodation. To this we must add value by 13% which is also housed in hotels, but rural. 20% prefer the homes of relatives or friends. Of the services offered no one complains. On the other hand, were more than satisfied, because in a scale of 1 to 5, half of respondents rated 5 to tourism services in the wine routes. These services include: accommodation (hotels, hostels, etc), food (restaurants, bars, taverns, etc) oenological services (museums, wine, wineries, wine bars, etc.), customer service and courteous treatment and product quality. The tourist wine is not like any tourist. It is extremely accurate, and tends to return to the places they liked, or where he was treated kindly. The survey showed that 40% of the respondents had gone through that route. The most visited routes are La Rioja, Jerez, Penedes, Rias Baixas Ribera del Duero.

Written by admin on May 9th, 2017

The Croatian Island Of Cres   no comments

Posted at 11:19 am in News

The Croatian island of Cres, the largest island in the Adriatic and the second largest island of Croatia. It covers an area of approximately 405 square kilometers and has a coastline of about 248 km in length. The largest town on the island is the city of Cres. Cres is a mountainous island and a wealth of species, many untouched natural paradise. The island of Cres in the Northern Adriatic Sea west of the island of Krk. Its shores are covered with white sandy beaches and clean ocean. In the north frame the long mountain chains, the island, while the scenic picture in the center of the island by a number of olive groves and vineyards is marked. In the south, dominated by an evergreen bush formation of nature, which is referred to as “bush”.

The 45th Latitude shares the Cres in two different climate zones and runs roughly centered over the island. He divided the island into a temperate and a subtropical zone. On average, just eight people inhabit one square kilometer, the total of houses the island of 3184 people. Through these features could be on Cres a diverse flora and fauna and preserve, develop. The Cres natural beauty makes it a popular destination for tourists from all over the world who visit each year the island. For every taste and requirement Cres offers an individually designed and leisure activities on offer. Whether you leave or active holiday, on Cres can be realized every wish.

The beautiful beaches and the sparkling sea to load a restful beach holiday, while the mountainous hinterland of the island and the multifaceted nature on foot, by bike or invite on horseback. The highest peak reaches 648 meters in height, which makes extensive climbing. Water sports such as snorkeling or scuba diving offer unique insights into the colorful underwater world that surrounds the island. A special natural spectacle represents the freshwater lake Vrana, whose surface is higher than that of the surrounding sea. Besides vegetables, wine and olive growing the Tourism important economic factor in the island of Cres. The island is a total tourist infrastructure is offering a comprehensive range of accommodation and activity options as well as organized tours and excursions.

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