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Herramientas para la escritura académica: Artículos/Tesis Licenciado en Lingüística y Literatura, Licenciado en Educación (Universidad de Chile), Magister en Ciencias Sociales (Universidad de Gales, Gran Bretaña). Ex Docente Universidad de Chile, Universidad de Playa (Chile). Ha participado en docencia de posgrado en las Universidades Arturo Prat (Iquique, Chile), Universidad Católica del Maule (Chile), Universidad Tecnológica Nacional (Argentina), Universidad Nacional de Cuyo (Argentina), Universidad del Aconcagua (Argentina), entre otras.

Three Pranayamas and their Ayurvedic / Psychological Effects - Ayurveda | Everyday Ayurveda Pranayamas or yogic breathing techniques have effects upon the doshas (viz. Vata – Wind, Pitta – Bile and Kapha – Phlegm) in the body. But, they also have specific effects on the mind as per the four levels of the mind: Chitta or unconscious mind / mind-stuffBuddhi or the intellect, which governs our mental metabolism or (manasikagni).Manas or the emotional sphere of the mindAhamkara or the ego, which is a rajasic (agitating and motive) force These are mentioned as there are several levels of each of the above layers of the mind, divided into sattvic (pure, clear), rajasic (agitated, passionate) and tamasic (dark, delusional or ignorant) levels, which we shall discuss, relative to pranayamas or breathing techniques. Understanding how various mantras work and in relation to the energetics behind the days of the week when performing them also give more potency to their effects on the doshas or biological humours. I. These mantras can be used as one inhales from the left nostril itself. II.

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Coding in the Classroom: 16 Top Resources As cool as technology is, its intricacies and inner workings are sometimes intimidating, especially for young people who may be more interested in what technology can do for them rather than what they can do with technology. However, when students hurdle that obstacle and see the value of computer science — specifically coding — they gain a broadened perspective and the potential for a rewarding career in the tech field. The following resources will help you teach your students the basics of coding and will provide tips on how to keep kids interested as you go. Tools to Use in Class Can you make coding fun for your students? Edutopia presents a list of six resources designed to help parents get their kids interested in coding. The Facts About Coding Teaching your students to code is important, but teaching them its practical value is also key in helping them derive the most benefit from what they learn. Dr.

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