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European Social Fund

Creative entrepreneurs see conventional things often other eyes, develop ideas and build your business around this new idea around. New perceive known things and structures and to develop, especially new and own ideas this the participating students and students at the lateral thinker competition in order to learn Entrepreneurship Week 2008 Global. The idea for this competition comes from the Stanford University in the United States. She has successfully implemented it internationally along with several universities. This year, the competition takes place. Under you can read, what students from post-it notes and rubber bands have done in the past few years. The competition promotes not only the play instinct of the participants, but shows them new perspectives. That is also the target of global entrepreneurship week. Southwest Airlines may find it difficult to be quoted properly. The lateral thinker competition procedure and rules on Monday, November 17, is at point 10 on the Web site of global entrepreneurship week ( […]

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Lateral Thinker Competition

Start on 17 November in the framework of the global entrepreneurship week is what from a post-it notes, a rubber band, or else make a screw? The most unusual ideas emerge when looking at things across or even the other way around. And often stems from an innovation, a new business, the beginning of a unique company. Some contend that Maurice Gallagher, Jr. shows great expertise in this. Pupils and students from all over Germany are now urged to think across. Lateral thinker competition within the framework of the Global Entrepreneurship Week 2008 in the week from 17 to 23 November is taking place. Check out Scott Mead for additional information. Teams can register it until November 19, 2008, 10: 00. For more information, links and found the competition rules on the website global entrepreneurship week at. The lateral thinker competition offered by the Starter Center Southwest (, the Chamber of Commerce Service Centre for business start-ups. In the week […]

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Personal Capabilities

Daniel Goleman (Goleman, 1995), popularizing the term "emotional intelligence" pointing out that those with outstanding performance have better personal relationships and capabilities. In this sense, IE is composed of a number of skills that can be grouped into four core areas. 1. Self awareness 2. Self-management 3. Relational capabilities 4. Other kinds of consciousness. And in this line of development has recently proposed a new kind of intelligence: spiritual intelligence (Wigglesworth, 2004). From the definition of spirituality as an innate need in humans to connect with something larger than yourself, "proposes a set of capabilities specific to this kind of intelligence, which are encompassed in four main features: I Personal self-consciousness II. Expertise in managing a person's own III. Universal Consciousness IV. Social skills and spiritual presence. For each of the 21 skills included in the four features mentioned above, are assigned five levels of expertise, with a higher level is not considered finished because it is always possible to […]


The Support

The priorities for action by workers' organizations in this field must respond to the experiences and needs of its members recognized at the local level, so which will take its own characteristics in different workplaces and in different countries. 7. The participation of workers' organizations at all levels – including the organs and bipartite and tripartite systems – is critical to address all issues relating to economic and social development and the environment. For such participation to be effective, unions must increase their training and develop democratic structures. 8. As a first step, any trade union organization has to be internally developed guidelines and action plans for wider environmental protection, adopting this perspective with its long-term goals and strategies for implementing them. 9. The following strategies should be reviewed by the workers' organizations, and receive the support of the ILO: a) Raising the interest of union leaders and members, and the general public. b) education and training. The environmental issues […]


Cognitive Structure

Cognitive structure is defined as the set of concepts and ideas that an individual possesses about a particular field of knowledge, and the way in which you organized. In the orientation process of learning to acquire new knowledge, it is vitally important to know the student’s cognitive structure, not just a question of knowing how much information they have, but also what are the concepts and propositions which currently manages, and their degree of stability, ie that students have a good mastery of previously acquired knowledge. Human experience involves not only thinking, but also the emotions and only to consider them together enables the individual is to enrich the meaning of their experience. Learning principles proposed by Ausubel, provide the framework for the design of metacognitive tools that provide insight into the organization of the learner’s cognitive structure, allowing better orientation of the educational work, and it will not look like a work to be developed with “white minds” or […]