We know that communication is the process by which we connect with each other and by which we transmit and receive ideas, information and meanings from each other. One of the essential ways by which we achieve this goal, in addition to language (and perhaps more genuine and natural), is non-verbal communication, that which is given by our gestures, bodily expression, proximity and sounds without words.
Awareness of sexist violence has improved enormously, among the generations that are currently between 20 and 40 years old. Social progress has been significant in this area, but much remains to be done. I am personally concerned about the rise of a subterranean, subtle, but equally damaging form of gender violence among adolescents today: it is control violence in adolescents.
Studies indicate that between 12 and 15 percent of the world's child population is left-handed. They also reveal that the phenomenon of left-handedness is more common in men (11) than in women (9), without determining why. A left-handed person is the one who has a preference for using the left hand for a variety of actions such as catching, reaching, throwing, playing, pointing, writing and manipulating.
Representing plays is an activity that the little ones like. It is also ideal to do as a family or to use as a resource at school. And it is that scripts for short plays like the one we propose here make boys and girls let their imaginations fly at the same time that they are taught a lesson.
We can all observe that the conventional education system has quite a few flaws that affect the intellectual development of our children. For this reason, and given the immobility of traditional education, more and more parents are considering giving their children an alternative education.There are several alternative education methods and one of the most recognized is the Montessori method, based on the experience of the doctor. Maria Montessori.
Do you know what the dream gap is or also known as & 39; dream gap & 39;? It is the gender gap that exists between girls and their intellectual potential. According to a study, from the age of five, girls consider themselves less intelligent than boys, they begin to doubt their own abilities and do not trust that one day they will be engineers, scientists or company directors.