Wednesday, 23 September 2020
Wednesday, 23 September 2020
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Cuban artist sketches under the sea among fish and coral reefs
He gets fully kitted out in scuba diving gear including an oxygen tank and yellow flippers and swims out 60 meters
Rage, the book that reveals the secrets of Donald Trump
The current president of the United States of America hides some shocking secrets that are revealed by journalist Bob Woodward
Reviewing one hundred years of Charles Bukowski
The centenary of the legendary writer was celebrated, let's take a look at his works and influences
How COVID-19 influences education: comparison of North and South America
COVID-19 has resulted in devastating results for various industries all around the globe
Salvadoran girls take classes in a tree
Salvadoran students are looking for different strategies to receive their classes virtually
The pandemic is leaving a legacy of sad and lonely children
Many children feel fearful and lonely because they have had to trade their school environments for their homes
Harry Potter and the philosopher's stone, a milestone in literature
Harry Potter's birthday makes us review his first book, which was a paradigm shift in children's literature
463 million children were left without education due to COVID19
The figure was released by UNICEF recently, just when the world's schools still do not know how to face the reopening
Classes on television, an option for Latin America in quarantine
Distance classes on television have a recent implementation due to the pandemic. What challenges does this new modality imply?
The women in online learning space
E-Learning has democratized education and provided tools for women for their personal growth
Top 10 Universities in Latin America 2020
Today you can go to study at one of the best universities in Latin America and realize your childhood dream!
Google University offers a degree "equivalent to university majors"
It is clear that virtual education came to revolutionize everything. Will it be the end of universities or will this teaching be complementary?
The Artist Blessed by Diego Rivera's Spirit that Shows through her Paintings Tehuantepec History
This Tehuana artist has the steps of her father, a sculptor, and painter, which was close to Diego Rivera, one of the leading icons of Mexican Muralism.
Is a College Degree Worth Your Time and Money?
Whether you're about to leave high school behind or you want to enroll in classes for a new future, consider some of the following options
PhD Scholarships for Latin American Students
In the past few years, almost every large college or university across the US greeted an increase in Latin American students
Latin America’s return to school: How would it be?
The pandemic generated a change in education, which now is virtual. However, how can the transition to going back to school be applied?
A happy world: the prophetic work of Aldous Huxley
Aldous Huxley's dystopia is one of the genre's greatest works, something that is also demonstrated today
Virtual education and its problem with student desertion
How to ensure that students have a satisfactory experience and not drop out?
The Islamic scientist who made the world read
A Jordanian molecular scientist has socially empowered communities through reading with her "We Love Reading" foundation.
Tehuana Woman: cultural icon of femininity and empowerment in Mexico
The colorful state of Oaxaca is the home of Tehuana women, a community known for their confidence, hard work, power, and beauty.
Allende and her 'Long Petal of the Sea'
A story of exile, life in a concentration camp, and love
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