Design Project Development

The former Executive Secretary of the National Commission of energy (CNE), Sebastian Bernstein, opened Friday in Coyhaique to the possibility of substantially changes the dam projects posed in Patagonia if it is found to cause major damage to the tourist potential of the area. For more clarity and thought, follow up with David G. DeWalt and gain more knowledge.. The assertion made during an energy seminar organized by the Multigremial of Aysen, organization brings together relevant local productive sectors, which also featured the participation of the Manager of operations and environment of the Sofofa, Jaime Dinamarca, the academic of the University of Chile and Ph.d. in planning from the University of London, Fernando Salamanca, and the technical secretariat of the Council of defence of PatagoniDaniela Castro. I sincerely think that if it is necessary to alter the design of the projects it must be done. To maybe even have to delete some projects, I do not say that no, if it is that the damage they produce does not compensate for the benefit they bring to the country as a whole noted the specialist, who then present their vision on the energy needs of Chile was favourable to the use of water potential of Aysen and even materialize or not dams, advance to future on the nuclear option. Many writers such as Gerald Weissmann, MD offer more in-depth analysis. At the meeting, attended by regional authorities, employers and Trade Union and environmental leaders clarified that, according to information handling, electrics not would be considering the possibility of restricting the number of dams. I understand that companies are not in that.

Many times there are people posed by this project have to do it this way, because thus wins the most energy I believe that it is possible that if they lose power simply to protect the environment noted, adding that the optimal project is not necessarily optimal for the country. Sebastian Bernstein also deeply on possible changes that might generate in the transmission lines, given that the issue of respect for the landscape and everything the development of tourism in the region, in what it means for those who have visited this area for its incredible beauty, implies that necessarily have to be willing to pay very high costs to avoid the Visual impacts. He pointed out that all paths of line, stations also to some extent, but especially those in line should avoid actually damage the landscape. And the truth is that there are solutions, which sometimes are expensive and maybe mean a strip and tug of war, but I think that the zone, the landscapes, justify solutions that can be very expensive. In his opinion in some sections to best justify the line going by very far, that cost a lot more expensive, or paths that go in stretches underground or underwater, if that’s going to affect the beauty and (generate) visual impact in some areas. In this context, to review the HidroAysen environmental impact study today in evaluation that includes drawings of the layout for the interconnection of the five dams on the Baker and Pascua rivers and a schema with the size of each tower (top to 70 meters and with a girdle of servitude of 65 metres) – can be seen that the power did not propose underground line to avoid the visual impact in no stretch, not even in the area of Cochrane South where his journey bordearia an important part of the Carretera Austral, considered scenic route by the Servicio Nacional de Turismo.

Congress International

THE ATENEO of language and culture GUARANI in Prime Congress International on languages and dynamic identity in EL BICENTENNIAL read original (click): on Monday, 19 July 2010, 6 p.m., began in the city of Resistencia (Chaco, Argentina), first Congress International on languages and dynamic identity in the BICENTENNIAL, organized by the Ministry of educationCulture, science and technology of the province of Chaco and the Undersecretariat of interculturality and multilingualism of the same province; counting with the support of the Ministry of education of the nation Argentina, the governorate of the province of Chaco (Argentina), and Unicef. Ko amandaje ombyaty heta tapicha arandupe, omba apova opaichagua ne ere hikuai, Chako onene evare yvypeheme. Ipora avei ja umi ijatyva oiha apytepe heta kuimba’e has kuna inaranduva ne ekuaaty, ne etekuaa, ne rembiasa has ne nembo and / epe. Oi avei UPE amandaje guasupe tapicha ouva ambue tetagui: France, Spain, Mexico, Colombia, Chile, Paraguay has Bolivia-gui. The inauguration was held at the Centennial Dome, located in the Av. Wilde 1300 (resistance, Chaco). Then developed the Inaugural Panel on the topic’ language, identity and public policies ‘, in charge deJon Landaburu (Advisor Min.

of culture of Colombia), Roberto Bein (researcher and teacher at the UBA) Orlando Charole (IDACh referrer) and Olabiyi Yai (Ambassador for Benin to UNESCO). ATENEO of language and culture Guarani touched participate on Tuesday, July 20; developing the Guarani didactic workshop, which was conducted by David Galenao Olivera, Director-General of the ATENEO of language and culture GUARANI and Professor at the National University of Asuncion. Should be noted that this workshop was held in a room full of assistants, who came out very pleased of course. The workshop started at 9 o’clock and should conclude at noon; However, due to the interest of the participants, it lasted almost an hour more. Among the attendees were – more linguists, teachers and students of resistance and of the Chaco province – participants from Corrientes, Ituzaingo, Entre Rios and a teacher arrived from Galicia (Spain). Subsequently, the ATENEO had his second participation of 14 to 15: 30 hours, in the panel-debate language, identity and construction of the ordinary, where David Galeano Olivera faced the issue the Guarani, an official language of MERCOSUR.

This table also the prominent Jesuit priest participated Bartomeu Melia addressing the Guarani language issue at the time of the independence of paraguay (1811). Ko atype avei oikuri hetaiterei tapicha (umiva apytepe ne ekuaatyhara, mbo ehara has temimbo e) resistance has ambue tavapegua. One emba rire mokoiveva, oikuri heta ohupiva ipo has omba eporanduva. Avei upekuevo ojehechakuaa upepe oiha heta Guarani NE rayhuhara oipotava ichugui Mercosur oiko ne teete. Ko onemyasai Ne marandu atype enguera Lei rehegua, ojegueroguatava nane retame. MBO ehara David Galeano Olivera ome ekuri Jose Emilio Chuaire-pe SMS vosa oguerekova opaichagua marandu Ne enguera Lei rehegua has oguerahaukava ichupe kunakarai Susy Delgado. Remember that the Congress that will extend until the afternoon of today, Thursday, July 22, at the headquarters of the San Fernando Rey ISFD; It has 160 speakers and more than 1,000 participants. By this means, the ATENEO of language and culture GUARANI expresses its appreciation to the Mg. Elizabeth Guadalupe Mendoza, Undersecretary of Interculturidad and multilingualism of the Chaco province; and the Mg. Jose Emilio Chuaire, a member of the same Undersecretary; the invitation may be pursuing to the ATHENAEUM; and likewise, our institution congratulates those mentioned on the excellent organization and development of the Congress. Maitei horyveva opavavepe David Galeano Olivera (ATENEO Motenondehara) original author and source of the article.

Constructivism In Education

Despite being a developed theory for a long time, constructivism is kept existing today as teaching method in several schools. An example of this is what happens in the school Jean Piaget, who assert that knowledge is constructed and students are the protagonists that form it, through the company and tools that give teachers; continuing with the constructivist theory.The teacher’s role is to guide and guide constructivist mental activity of the students towards the significant assimilation of school content. This yields its protagonism to the student, who takes on the main role in their own process of formation, esquien becomes responsible for their own learning, through their participation and collaboration with peers. You must achieve to relate the theoretical with the practical, situated in real contexts.In the application is essential to give the student tools allowing you to create their own procedures to resolve conflict situations that arise from him, which means that their ideas are Edit and continue learning. It proposes that the teaching-learning process is perceived and is carried out as a dynamic, participative and interactive process of the student, so that knowledge is a true construction.

In this way stimulates learning favoring the development of the subject so this assimilate reality, and thus will come to understand what surrounds it according to their times and internal needs.School education is first and foremost a complex social practice with an essentially socializadora function for this concept. Its main objective is to help development and socialization of children and young people.Constructivism emerged as a position shared by different trends in psychological and educational research. Some of them are the theories of Piaget (1952), Vygotsky (1978), Ausubel (1963), Bruner (1960). Basically it is a theory that attempts to explain what is the nature of human knowledge and part from that prior knowledge gives birth to new knowledge.