Evaluation Without “But…”

Few teachers take the time to highlight meaningful contributions that complement students’ performance. In kindergarten or elementary school, teachers use stamps or stickers to celebrate children’s good work. In secondary education, these decorations become less important and, at university, they disappear forever to become a red number on the corner of a page.

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Obstacles to the Development of Nanotechnology in Mexico

Favor the number of scientific publications and not the quality of them; the "legacy" of mentor-to-student research projects, as well as the lack of private sector investment in science, are only some factors that stop the scientific development of the country. Learn about the reflection that a professor shares with us regarding the obstacles that limit the advance of nanotechnology in Mexico.

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Does the university classroom as we know it responds to the pedagogical demand of the 21st century?

Although there is no single model for the definition of a good learning space, there are three key dimensions for the design of new learning spaces in the university: the environmental dimension, the pedagogical dimension and the digital-technological dimension.

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