Loris Malaguzzi

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Reggio Emilia, Italia. Una comunidad entera involucrada apasionadamente con la educacion Inicial de sus niños y niñas. Cien lenguajes, cien posibilidades...

3 comentarios:

  1. Que buen video, cosas así son las que nos hacen querer volver a ser niños ¡No privemos a nuestros niños de la libertad dejémoslos ser como son, no limitemos sus potencialidades!

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  2. *Tener verdadero éxito en la vida es:
    Reír y reír muchas veces...
    Ganar respeto de personas inteligentes...
    Ganar el reconocimiento de personas que lo merecen...
    Apreciar la belleza...
    Buscar lo mejor en los demás...
    Dejar en el mundo un poquito de lo que tengo y lo más importante gozar del cariño y mantener el Espititu sano y vivo de los niños del futuro*

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  3. STANDARD GRAVITY....

    Standard gravity, usually denoted by g, is the nominal acceleration due to gravity at the Earth's surface at sea level.
    By definition it is equal to exactly 9.80665 m/s^2 (approx. 32.174 ft/s^2) (where the notation m/s^2 means meters per second per second, and the notation ft/s^2 means feet per second per second).
    The symbol g is sometimes also used for standard gravity, but g strictly means the local acceleration due to gravity, which varies depending on one's position on Earth. The symbol g should not be confused with G, the gravitational constant, or g, the abbreviation for gram. The g (sometimes written "gee") is also used as a unit of acceleration, with the value defined as g-force.
    The actual strength of gravity on Earth varies according to location, for weights and measures and many calculation purposes the standard gravity figure is used.If you want more precise measurements must be taken into account that the g changes as a function of latitude and longitude of a place. Specifically, in Ecuador, where the latitude is 00, found that the value of g is 9.780 m / sec^2. The poles, which is the 90th latitude, the value of g is 9.832 m/sec^2
    The SI unit of acceleration due to gravity, namely meters per square second(m/s^2).
    As a conclusion i would like to write once again the approximate equal of g which is 9.81 m/s^2 .

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