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Una de las actividades del Dr. Carlos Zarzar ha sido el impartir conferencias en las instituciones educativas del país.

Los temas principales sobre los que tratan sus conferencias son los siguientes:

Qué onda con las competencias.
Estrategias docentes para el logro de competencias.
Cómo trabajar bajo el enfoque por competencias.
El aprendizaje permanente.
Las competencias y la formación integral del alumno.
Los retos que plantean las TIC’s a la educación.
La formación integral del alumno. Qué es y cómo propiciarla.
El profesorazgo situacional.
El aprendizaje cooperativo y el aprendizaje colaborativo.
Habilidades básicas para la docencia.
¿Por qué no aprenden los alumnos?
Hacia la profesionalización de la docencia.
La didáctica grupal.
Qué es la calidad educativa.
La evaluación del proceso de enseñanza aprendizaje.
Una educación con sentido.
Metodología de la investigación educativa.
Si desea que el Dr. Carlos Zarzar imparta una conferencia en su institución, favor de contactarlo en la siguiente dirección electrónica: czcharur@hotmail.com

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I was born in Berkeley, California. To my surprise, I live in Berkeley, California. I did take some side trips along the way.
* I grew up in Tucson, Arizona, with detours to New Mexico.
* I went to Smith College in Massachusetts, where I studied Greek and Latin and also French (what the heck), and spent a junior year abroad in Paris that was very super amusant.
* I moved to San Francisco, where I wrote about film, books, theater, technology, etc., etc.
* I’ve worked for a number of technology magazines, websites, and software companies like Netscape, Pets.com, NVIDIA, and HP. This is what I still do. Ask me about enterprise software!
* I have an MFA in writing from the University of Arizona, a degree that involved a somewhat crazy departure from San Francisco to go back to Tucson for two years.
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* I obsess about health, Proust, “The Wire,” “Breaking Bad,” how to write (how to plot!), whether George RR Martin can pull it off, whether there’s anything new to say about vampires, whether I’m listening to too much rap, and how to keep deer out of the yard.
Is the World Really as Bad as the Media Says?
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I think that this is a super interesting question because it is just around us all the time in the news and I have heard very strong opinions and feelings about it around the world. I also think that I have heard such varying views about this topic that I wonder just who is right and who is wrong, rather either party’s right and either party is wrong. I would just like to know what the truth is and rather or not we can do anything to change the way that the world works for those that are more unfortunate than us. 
Everyone around me that I have talked about this topic with has a different opinion on it.  For some the media shows it correctly without hiding anything and others think that the media is not showing enough and that it is far worse than we are led to think and understand. More than 3 billion people live on less than $2.50 dollars a day and more than 1.3 billion people live on less than $1.25 a day which is living in extreme poverty. But the amount of people living in the realm of poverty has decreased 20% since 1992 meaning that the global trend is leading away from the terrible poverty people have been living in.
In connection to that and the positive growth our world is seeing in moving away from poverty still more than 750 million people lack adequate access to clean drinking water this leads to 842,000 deaths a year and about 2,300 a day.  It seems to me that our world although it is beginning to move away from poverty our world is still losing too many people to issues like hunger and a lack of access to clean water and truly an ability to live.
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Una de las actividades del Dr. Carlos Zarzar ha sido el impartir conferencias en las instituciones educativas del país.

Los temas principales sobre los que tratan las conferencias de mi interes son los siguientes:

Qué onda con las competencias.

El profesorazgo situacional.
¿Por qué no aprenden?
Si desea que el Dr. Carlos Zarzar imparta una conferencia en su institución, favor de contactarlo en la siguiente dirección electrónica: czcharur@hotmail.com
Copyright © 2009 Carlos Zarzar. Todos los derechos reservados.
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