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etwinningbasquecountry Eduloc Buscar por filtro avanzado Tipo: Público Joana URL: Descripción: Buscant la relació literària entre paisatge i text, aquest mapa interactiu es presenta com l’eina perfecta per visitar la ciutat de Blanes des d’una perspectiva innovadora i literària: a partir de fragments de l'obra de Joaquim Ruyra Tipo: Público FRANCISCO URL: Descripción: Se trata de una ruta turiatica por la ciudad de Toledo para mostar toda la obra del Greco en dicha ciudad.Esta ruta y todo su material, esta realizada en su totalidad por los alumnos de 3ESO del IES GUADALERZAS Los Yebenes. Tipo: Público Barbara94 URL: Descripción: Recorregut interactiu pel poble de Besalú des d'una perspectiva més medieval i educativa. Tipo: Colaborativo aavlaplana URL: Descripción: Viu la festa major al llarg dels anys. A cada lloc podrem veure com ha evolucionat any darrera any. Copiando escenario, espera un momento...

The incredible life of Marcus Poncious Eropaeus | Etwinning by Rosario Ortega This entry is not yet available in the language requested. Sorry for the inconvenience. For the sake of viewer convenience, the content is shown below in the alternative language. You may click the link to switch the active language. The incredible life of Marcus Poncius Europaeus es un proyecto eTwinning-Comenius en el que participan centros escolares de España, Italia, Turquía, Francia, Grecia y Polonia. Se trata de un proyecto interdisciplinar dirigido a alumnado de la etapa de Secundaria con edades comprendidas entre los 14-18 años. El proyecto se basa claramente en la metodología de aprendizaje por proyectos, cuyos objetivos permiten que los alumnos desarrollen destrezas y adquieran los aprendizajes curriculares de las áreas/materias trabajadas. Cada centro desarrolla un capítulo en la vida del personaje y recrea una historia en la que se hace referencia a un problema social de marcada actualidad. Featured projects

Homo Deus by Yuval Noah Harari review – how data will destroy human freedom | Books At the heart of this spellbinding book is a simple but chilling idea: human nature will be transformed in the 21st century because intelligence is uncoupling from consciousness. We are not going to build machines any time soon that have feelings like we have feelings: that’s consciousness. Robots won’t be falling in love with each other (which doesn’t mean we are incapable of falling in love with robots). Yuval Noah Harari’s previous book, the global bestseller Sapiens, laid out the last 75,000 years of human history to remind us that there is nothing special or essential about who we are. The evidence of our power is everywhere: we have not simply conquered nature but have also begun to defeat humanity’s own worst enemies. Not all of this is new. We are just at the start of this process of data-driven transformation and Harari says there is little we can do to stop it. Some people have given up the fight. This is a very intelligent book, full of sharp insights and mordant wit.

Forget ideology, liberal democracy’s newest threats come from technology and bioscience | John Naughton | Opinion The BBC Reith Lectures in 1967 were given by Edmund Leach, a Cambridge social anthropologist. “Men have become like gods,” Leach began. “Isn’t it about time that we understood our divinity? Science offers us total mastery over our environment and over our destiny, yet instead of rejoicing we feel deeply afraid.” That was nearly half a century ago, and yet Leach’s opening lines could easily apply to today. The title that Leach chose for his Reith Lecture – A Runaway World – captures our zeitgeist too. But in the last five years or so even that cautious, pragmatic optimism has begun to erode. A classic example is the field of artificial intelligence (AI), defined as the quest to enable machines to do things that would require intelligence if performed by a human. There’s a sense, therefore, that we are approaching another “end of history” moment – but with a difference. This looks like determinism on steroids. In a way, it’s a story about the evolution and nature of modernity. How come?

Nuntii Latini | Radio | Areena | In Finlandia mense Aprili comitia parlamentaria habebuntur. Praesidens Sauli Niinistö una cum praesidibus omnium factionum flagitat, ut in civitate pax comitialis servetur. ”Nemo”, inquit, ”candidatos ullis minationibus aut actibus violentis perturbet!” Constat his diebus apud nos bis evenisse, ut quis alicui politico vim inferre conaretur.(Reijo Pitkäranta) Trump non accusatur Robert Mueller, accusator specialis Americanus, postquam in actiones praesidendis Donald Trump duos annos inquisivit, opus suum perfecit. Isis tandem devictus Isis, ordo islamitarum terroristicus, iam devictus est. Reclamationes Algeriae In Algeria reclamationes vehementes contra praesidentem Abdelaziz Bouteflika continuantur. Navis in periculo maritimo Die Saturni (23.3.) navis nomine Viking Sky in ora Norvegiae circumvagans in periculum maritimum vocata est. Siccitas Californiae remisit In California, quae est una e civitatibus Americae Unitis, hac hieme pluviae solito maiores ceciderunt. De signis veris obviis

Ácta – Circulus Latínus Londiniénsis Convénimus dié Lúnæ 15 Augustí 2016 in domó publicó ‘Truckles of Pied Bull Yard’ in Bury Place horá 18:30. Advénérunt Maja, Cordus, Davidus H, Márcus S, et cónsodális novus Davidus F, quem læté accépimus. Advénit quoque Alfónsus, cónsodális Circulí Latíní Matriténsis, quí Londinium vísitábat. Majá magistrá, dum cénámus, légimus et discussimus versús quósdam dé tempore vernálí et dé vínó, ab auctóribus incertís mediæ ætátis scriptós. Proxima sessio erit dié Lúnæ 12 Septembris, dé quá plúra publicé et in sitú et per epistulás électronicás núntiábuntur.

Woman digitally manipulates body to show unrealistic beauty conventions in viral video One artist is arguing against society's definitions of beauty with a captivating video. Kelsey Higley, 22, is a photographer and video artist from Tulsa, Okla. Higley has been receiving national attention for Manipulated, a video combined of 126 manipulated photos, where she looks as if she is reanimating her body to fit society's unrealistic beauty standards. Higley shrinks her waist, widens her eyes, and expands her chest in the striking video. "Being a young woman, I have had many battles with this idea of beauty," Higley told ABC. In conjunction with the video, Higley has also included a photo series consisting of women dressed to fit the typical beauty standards of various points in western civilization. "The work is a commentary on not only these unrealistic idealizations of beauty, but also the women's desire to be attractive," Higley explains. Higley says that the positive reaction to her video has been overwhelming. "It all seems so unreal," Higley told ABC.

Art: How to Describe a Work of Art Governments and media outlets all over the world have been focusing on the pro-independence process in Catalonia in recent weeks. But the “process,” as it is known in Spanish, has been a long time coming. And these are some of the tricks in its narrative. Recognize rights… or violate them The right to self-determination that the now-ousted regional authorities in Catalonia have been reclaiming for the last five years, with the backing of hundreds of thousands of people, would involve granting new rights to the Catalans: the ability to freely decide whether they should secede from Spain. The Spanish state The two sides of this conflict are not “Catalonia” on one side and the “Spanish state” on the other. An oppressed people? Catalonia is one of the regions with the highest per capita income in Spain and enjoys – as do the other 16 Spanish regions – one of the highest levels of self-government in Europe. Illegality foretold The elastic use of the “right to decide”