The city is also a renowned educational center, and home to the Federal University of Pernambuco, the largest university in Pernambuco. Recife has a year-round tropical climate, with warm to hot temperatures and high relative humidity throughout the year.
The area around Recife was one of the first in Brazil to be settled by the Portuguese Crown.
Because of several problems (the most obvious being the lack of support from the Portuguese metropolis), most Captaincies failed. From 1580 to 1640, the kingdoms of Spain and Portugal were unified under the rule of the former.
The Dutch decided to invade several sugar producing cities in Brazil, including Salvador and Natal. The inhabitants fought on their own to expel the Dutch, being helped by the involvement of the Dutch in the First Anglo-Dutch War.
During the 18th century, riots spread throughout the city, in which the rich farmers of Olinda and the traders from Recife clashed. According to the IBGE of 2008, there were 3,737,000 people residing in the Metropolitan Region of Recife.
The Metropolitan Region of Recife is the 4th most populous of Brazil, after Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Belo Horizonte, and the 1st in the Northeast region.
The Patroness Saint of Recife[22] is Our Lady of Mount Carmel (Nossa Senhora do Carmo), dating back one hundred years ago (1909). According to 2007 IBGE statistics, the GDP was estimated at R$ 20.7 billion (Brazilian Reais), not counting agricultural activities.
Recife is one of Brazil's prime business centers, largely because it has one International Airport and two International ports. Recife has shared in the prosperity of Northeastern Brazil that resulted from development promoted after 1960 by Sudene (Superintendencia para o Desenvolvimento do Nordeste), a federal organization. Recife has an area dedicated to information technology called "Porto Digital" (Digital Port) with more than 90 companies and 3,000 High Tech Jobs. The Metropolitan Region of Recife has the 2nd largest medical pool in Brazil, after Sao Paulo. A large portion of the modern hospitals included in the pool are located between the neighbourhoods of Derby and of the Ilha do Leite.
Due to its ports, airport, and geographic location in the northeastern region of Brazil, Recife is considered one of the biggest logistics centers in Brazil. According to the International Congress and Convention Associations (ICCA) Recife is ranked 6th in terms of Brazilian cities with the most International events. The 3rd largest convention centre in Brazil with 2 large theatres with 2,800 seats, 4 Auditory rooms with 1,600 seats, 17 business meetings rooms, VIP rooms, large cultural multi-purpose lobby, more than 1,800 parking spots, in a total area of 75,000 square metres. Modern theatre with 1,931 seats and 2,071 square metres of exposition area located in the University Campus.
Mercado de Sao Jose (Market of Saint Joseph) is an old, iron construction with a very popular market nearby.
Built between 1835 and 1855, the Malakoff Tower, a monument constructed in Tunisian style, which used to be an observatory and now is a cultural centre and a place for popular gatherings. Recife has a zoo called Dois Irmaos Park, 387 hectares of Atlantic Forest reserve and 14 hectares of botanical gardens. Portuguese is the official national language, and thus the primary language taught in schools. Faculdade de Tecnologia de Pernambuco; FATEC-PE (technological college, state-owned, free). The International Olympic committee decided that the 2016 summer Olympics will be in Brazil.
In addition, the Zika virus has been spreading in South America which can be major health issue for athletes. In sad chocolate news, the Hershey company has signed a deal that will halt the import of British made Cadbury’s chocolate into the United States. Since the lawsuit was filed, LBB has ceased to import the British brands that the Hershey company was objecting to. Many fans of the British version of Cadbury chocolates are upset by the halt of these imports into the U.S. A spokesman for Hershey, Jeff Beckman, spoke about the company and responded to news about the lawsuit and subsequent settlement.
Sadly for fans of the British chocolate, the upcoming holidays will be lacking the real milk chocolate confections. The San Diego police officers shot on July 28, 2016, are Johnathan DeGuzman and Wade Irwin.
So this seems to be a good point to look not just at 2014, but where we might be going five to ten years from now, and in doing this, I want to include choice or human decision-making as well as technological determinism. Quite a few public and smaller private post-secondary institutions will be gone or radically transformed by 2020. Those institutions that have survived will be offering students a range of choices of how they can access learning. Most institutions will have an open education portal, that contains not only a wide range of open educational resources, but also a range of open services, such as program templates or free academic guidance for specific target groups, as part of their enrollment strategy.
Because academic content is almost all open, free and easily accessible over the Internet, students will not pay tuition fees for content delivery, but for services such as academic guidance and learning support, and these fees will vary depending on the level of service required. In most institutions, courses based on three lectures a week over 13 weeks will have disappeared. This does not mean that lectures will disappear altogether, but they will be special events, and probably multi-media, synchronously and asynchronously delivered. For most post-secondary qualifications, written exams will have been replaced by assessment through multimedia portfolios of student work. As well as change in the method of assessing learning there will be greater variety in the range of accredited qualifications. This means academic departments will need to develop programs and courses that range from introductory or foundational through undergraduate degrees to professional masters to lifelong learning, again using similar content modules adapted to different markets, as well as creating or adapting new content, based on the latest research in a field, for these newer markets. However, a large part of the lifelong learning market will become occupied by communities of practice and self-learning, through collaborative learning, sharing of knowledge and experience, and crowd-sourcing new ideas and development, particularly assisted by an evolution of what are now known as cMOOCs. Because most content will be freely accessible, and because students will pay incrementally for a wide variety of services, new financial models will need to be developed, to support the flexibility and range of services that students will increasingly demand and require. The disaggregation of institutional activities required for the flexible delivery of programs in a world where content is free offers opportunities for rethinking how teaching and learning is funded. Since content will be freely accessible, institutions’ reputation and branding will increasingly depend on the way they support learners. A move to program-based funding, the need for effective course designs to attract students, the differentiation of services, the increased professionalism in teaching, and freely available open content will result in a move to systematic program planning and team teaching. One consequence will be the disappearance of central centres for teaching and technology, except in small institutions. Learning will increasingly be delivered through student-owned devices, and learners will increasingly integrate social life, work and study in a seamless manner.
This is my view about where we could be going with online learning in the next five to ten years.
The value such a vision lies not in its detail, but in identifying some of the key choices or decisions that will need to be made.
If you are willing to share just one response to any of these questions or decisions, this will be very much appreciated.
The on-line technology has not matured to the point where virtual worlds can take a learner into the virtual environment and supply that practical experience aspect that provides the knowledge underpinning aspect for knowledge retention. Right now, the blended aspect is the one that should be exercised to it’s fullest potential.
I fully agree with you that there are huge opportunities for leveraging the already massive investment in campuses and facilities, and that blended or hybrid learning enables such developments.
However, it is precisely this investment in unique facilities that makes more radical thinking difficult for administrators – there is much to lose if they get it wrong.
Even with the on-line factor, you are still involved in a blended scenario, so a more definitive vision of what your audience is will be required. Getting everybody engaged is more a matter of project management, involving all your stakeholders and taking in all ideas: employing your social capital.
If we have a staid, psychopathic, bureaucratic control factor that believes in retarding the social context (and, let’s face it, we all know they exist) approach the corporations that make the chemicals and equipment for the labs, the sporting goods companies, along with any other moneyed potentials, and teach them a lesson.
When modern scientific findings endorse the fact that executives that have a musical or other artistic influence in their lives out-perform paradigmed thinkers, moneyed interests will finance an arts education, and skills councils will happily come on board to assist with advice in maintaining relevancy in programme. I too see the need in the future (and now) for effective course designs to attract students, and differentiation of services for students that will support students in achieving their education goals, that may be provided either by the education institution, or independent organization.
I agree that in the future, there will be increased competition, or at least alternatives for learners, between academic and employer-based accreditation.
In our K-12 district, we are working to help our teachers move into blended and flipped learning environments.
I do believe in self-learning and organized self-intructional courses of basic sciences for medical students back in 1975.
The MOOCs is functioning as a disruptive technology and will force the universities to rethink his mission in the society. I dislike the focus on predictions for all the reasons you cite Tony, and they also engender a sense of certainty about the future for us, when the future is inherently uncertain.
The shape of the future university must determine how we manage, but there’s not much thinking going on at the moment in this area.

Many thanks for sharing this – having alternative scenarios is really useful for highlighting the kinds of decisions that need to be made, but also for heightening awareness among faculty, instructors and administrators about issues that will need to be addressed sooner or later. I agree that the value of a vision does not lie in the details; however, having read vision after vision on online learning or e-learning over the past two decades I find myself contemplating the reasons as to why we are not closer to this vision.
Several Brazilian historical figures, such as the poet and abolitionist Castro Alves, moved to Recife to attain their education. However, these conditions are relieved by a near absence of extreme temperatures and pleasant trade winds blowing from the ocean.
One of the few to prosper was the Captaincy of Pernambuco, which was assigned to Duarte Coelho Pereira (the man who founded Olinda which has its historic town center considered a World Heritage site by UNESCO [15] and became famous for expressing his enchantment with the beauty of the place, giving the name to the city).
From 1630 to 1654,[16] they took control of Recife and Olinda, making Recife the new capital of Dutch Brazil, the city of Mauritsstad. Recife had a clear advantage in relation to Olinda: Olinda has no harbour, while Recife's Harbor is one of the largest on the Atlantic Ocean. The city is the 9th most populous of the country with 1,561,659 inhabitants, and third largest city in the Northeast region,according with IBGE 2009. One is located in the town itself, and the other, the port of Suape, is located about 40 kilometres (25 mi) away. Although its retail and wholesale trade have grown in response to the region's increases in population and wealth, the market area and the walkways of the city's bridges are crowded with vendors selling small items. Together they make up 417 hospitals and clinics with 72,000 employees in the Metro Area and more than 120,000 in the State of Pernambuco.
Logistic and Communications Economic sector employees 4%[30] of the people in Recife, 12,3% in Jaboatao dos Guararapes and over 9% in the Metropolitan Area. In a 200-mile (320 km) radius from Recife, it is possible to find four state capitals, two internationals and three regional airports, five international ports, 12 million people, 51% of the research centres of Northeast and 35% of the region's GDP. In the Fort Cinco Pontes (Fort of Five Points) is the state museum, (Museu do Estado de Pernambuco). After twenty-three years and three expansion projects, Shopping Center Recife has been transformed into one of the largest in Latin America, and the first "mega-mall" in Northeastern Brazil.[35] With a total area of nearly two million square feet, 70% of which is mall-space, the shopping centre has 465 stores, 10 movie theatres, 8 restaurants, 4 food service courts with 57 fast food mini-restaurants, and 5,000 parking spaces available. The most popular nearby tourist destination, with high-end hotels and restaurants competing with more accessible options that lie within the budget of any traveller. In August of 2014, Hershey filed a lawsuit against the company Let’s Buy British Imports (LBB),which is known for their importation of products made in Australia, South Africa and Britain. In a settlement reached last week; the import company agreed to stop not only the importation of all Cadbury products from overseas, but also the British made KitKat bars, Maltesers, Yorkie bars and Toffee Crisps.
The lawsuit has sparked outrage for fans of the chocolate, as one specialty store in New York responded to the loss of the British made chocolate in their store.
Beckman said that Hershey works very hard to protect their intellectual assets, as well as protect themselves against infringement since there is an immense value in the brand itself. In other words, what kind of online learning do I expect in the future, given what I know so far? It will be so integrated with teaching and learning that it will be like talking today about whether we should use classrooms. Particularly at risk are smaller, low status state or provincial universities and colleges or their campuses in metropolitan areas, where there is local and regional competition for students.
Courses or programs will be deliberately designed to accommodate flexibility of access. Thus students will be able to decide whether to do all their studying on campus, all of it online, or a mix of both, although courses or programs are likely to have a common assessment strategy (see below). Thus the same content can be part of a credit-based degree-level course, program or competency, part of a non-credit certificate or diploma, or available as open access.
Although such portals are likely to include materials from a wide range of sources from around the world, special emphasis will be given to open content developed by their own faculty, based on their latest research or scholarship, as a way of branding their institution. Thus students who want a traditional course that covers guidance on and access to content, tutorial help, access to campus facilities, feedback and assessment will pay full fee (some of which may still be government subsidized in the public system). Special events might include a professor’s summary of his latest research, the introduction to a course, a point mid-way through a course for taking stock and dealing with common difficulties, or the wrap-up to a course. These will show not only students’ current knowledge and competencies, but also their progression over time, and a range of equally important skills, such as their ability to work collaboratively, self-management of learning, and general communication skills. Degrees, certificates and diplomas will still be important, but these will be complemented with a wide range of assessments of informal or non-formal learning, such as badges, some offered by post-secondary institutions, others offered by employers’ organizations or co-operatives of professionals.
Much of the lifelong market will lend itself to online and hybrid learning, but in different structures (short modules, for instance) than the undergraduate and higher degree market.
Such informal learning provision will be particularly valuable for non-governmental or charitable organizations, such as the Red Cross, Greenpeace or UNICEF, or local government, looking for ways to engage communities in their areas of operation.
Under this model it makes much more sense to fund programs directly from fees for the program, than to pool grants and fees centrally then break out money for teaching and filter it down through the departments. It would put pressure on service departments, such as HR, financial services, the Registry, etc., to become more cost-efficient, because direct costs to programs become more transparent. Some model would be needed to support more expensive programs to deliver, or programs that are specialized but important in a university community.
This will put much greater emphasis on instructors having good teaching skills as well as subject expertise. Instructional design staff will be located in program areas and will be responsible with academic faculty for faculty development activities, as well as with overall course design input. There is of course the alternative argument of build it and they will come: merely by creating such spaces, academics will change their teaching methods. They still have to be able to travel to the static facility, even if it might be only two, three, or four times a year. It gives you the oportunity to meet up with everybody involved and make assessments as to how productive (or otherwise) they have the potential to be in the context. Fortunately, we are in the process of deploying laptops to our teachers so they will have a way to digitize their content. Yet, the degree to which all the changes you are discussing here will be implemented successfully will depend on the worldviews of those who are charged with implementing them – whoever they may be in the future. These statements are of course broad generalisations, but implementing new learning modes, approaches, structures and systems will require some form of management, so we need to start thinking about how to do that now so that it’s integrated into the future of learning.
You’re right, what actually happens will depend a great deal on how these developments are managed. It is my understanding that the image is now in the public domain and therefore free to re-use with acknowledgement to Wenger.
Recife is located where the Beberibe River meets the Capibaribe River to flow into the Atlantic Ocean. Recife is located amidst tropical forests which are distinguished by high rainfall levels resulting in poor soil quality as the rainfall washes away the nutrients. Under the Koppen climate classification, the city's climate straddles a tropical monsoon climate and a tropical wet and dry climate. Most of the Jews fled to Amsterdam; others fled to North America, starting the first Jewish community of New Amsterdam (now known as New York City). Recife's victory asserted the supremacy of its bourgeoisie over the decadent sugar aristocrats of Olinda.
In 2006, IBGE estimates indicate that the GDP just of the city had grown to R$ 18.3 billion.
Generating some R$10 billion (Brazilian Reais) a year,[26] it produces technology that is exported to Japan, China, among other countries. The medical pool offers a total of 8,990 beds and, according to the Union of the Hospitals of Pernambuco, recorded in the year 2000 an invoicing of R$220 million (Brazilian Reals).
The carnival of Recife and Olinda (which has its historic town center considered world heritage site by UNESCO in 1982)[32] begins many weeks ahead in December with innumerable balls and parades. At the rectangular Patio de Sao Pedro are the Cathedral Sao Pedro (Cathedral of Saint Peter) dating from the year 1782 and restored colonial houses, with numerous restaurants, bistros and bars. There are also international schools, such as the American School of Recife and the ABA Maple Bear Canadian School. Venues are not yet complete in Rio de Janiero.  Some of the Venues will be open in July- the games begin in August.
As part of the lawsuit, Hershey claimed that the importation of certain products, such as the Cadbury chocolates made overseas, was infringing on not only their trade dress licensing but also on their trademarks.
Much of the problem stems from the packaging for these products, as well as their similarities to certain Hershey products. Tea & Sympathy wrote on the stores Facebook page that since legal action was taken by Hershey, they could no longer import the real Cadbury from England. He also confirmed that since an agreement had been reached by both parties, with LBB no longer selling the confections deemed to be forbidden, that the original lawsuit had been dropped.
In fact, we may be talking much more about classrooms or the campus experience in 2020, because of online learning, and how it is changing the whole way that students are learning. They will have lost students to more prestigious universities and high status vocationally oriented institutions using online and flexible learning to boost their numbers.
This will not be driven so much by academic or even political decisions, but by students voting with their feet (or mouses) to study at those institutions that provide such flexibility. Learners will also be able to choose from a range of different course or program components, dependent on their needs and interests. Because most content will be open and modular, in the form of open textbooks, open multimedia resources, and open research, institutions will offer a variety of templates for courses and programs built around open content. Students who want just open access will pay nothing, but will get few if any support services, and if they need a formal assessment, they will need to pay for this (although again this may be subsidized in a public system).
Others will focus on high quality delivery through a variety of delivery modes, with a particular emphasis on course design and learner support. The first is that all content can be easily digitalized and made available on demand at very low cost.
It will provide a chance for an instructor to makes themselves known, to impart their interests and enthusiasm, and to motivate learners, but this will be just one, relatively small, but important component of a much broader learning experience for students.

University and college diplomas and degrees will increasingly be seen as milestones on the journey to lifelong learning, and for demographic and economic reasons, the lifelong learning market will become a much larger market than the high school leaver market. Universities and colleges will increasingly compete with the corporate training industry for these post-postgraduate learners, who will be able and willing to afford top dollar for top-level lifelong learning opportunities, based on the latest research coming out of universities, government and businesses. These communities of learners will be open and free, and hence will provide a competitive alternative to the high priced lifelong learning programs being offered by research universities. Thus program fees or service fees  would come to academic departments (or more accurately the program areas) directly, then the programs would pay for university services such as registration and financial services on a direct cost basis, plus a percentage for general overheads. Second, since online students do not need a range of campus services such as campus building maintenance, lighting, and heating, it would lead to the different costs of online vs campus-teaching becoming more transparent and comparable, with an economic incentive to move more towards the most cost-efficient delivery model.
However, a program-based financial model may help save small departments who are struggling for minimal enrolments from their local market. Thus most universities and colleges will require faculty to have assessed teaching skills before tenure or permanent appointment, and equal attention will be given to teaching expertise as research in promotion. The senior faculty member, in collaboration with the other team members, will be responsible for decisions about curriculum content, methods of learner support, and assessment standards. There will be increased demand for media designers, while instructional designers will be in less demand in the future, but still necessary to support faculty, especially as new learning technologies develop.
Security agencies, Internet-based companies and knowledge-based companies will constantly be seeking access to student data, especially student learning performance and online behaviour, as this information will be increasingly valuable for state security and commercial reasons. If you do not like this vision, then you are in a position to influence a different kind of vision. This already exists in a small way with continuing medical education, and other areas where professional associations are involved with continuing education. Nevertheless I would like to remember that Humboldt in 1808, creating the Berlin University, established the concepts that student could learn in any university, following his motivation and personal interests, and the teacher could offer any course, depending on his research interest. I’m really pleased to see that Brazil continues to pioneer really interesting educational developments. The point is to consider all the issues you raise as a whole, rather than just picking one out to focus on, because it’s the impact of the whole that we need to be thinking about. Your question – what kind of organization and staff do we need to support faculty in their teaching?
Unfortunately, because of the managerial tradition, there is a great deal of understandable resistance to talking about how to manage our institutions, but it has to be collegial, and at the same time done well, in the sense that decisions get made, and such decisions are fully supported by the great majority of the key stakeholders.Also decision-making must respect the diversity of views within a university.
Their preferred guides, peers and sometimes families may even join this creation of individualized learning options focusing on their particular targets, interests and morals. Look closely at their tails and you can tell the male from the female—he has a clasper on either side of his tail.The rays are offered food on the same days as the sharks in the exhibit. Software manufacturing is the main activity in the Porto Digital.[citation needed] The Porto Digital cluster comprises small and median companies, but multinationals like Accenture, Motorola, Samsung, Dell and Sun Microsystems are also installed in Porto Digital.
In the city, the carnival festivities begin in December, as locals begin preparing for the official Carnival, which starts the week before Ash Wednesday. In the Bairro Santo Antonio (Saint Anthony Neighborhood), at the meeting place of the rivers Capibaribe and Beberibe, is the Praca da Republica (Square of the Republic) with the Teatro Santa Isabel (Theatre of Saint Isabel), with its neoclassic front - well worth seeing, the Law Courts, and the Palacio da Justica (Palace of the Justice). One reason that the company feels this way relates to the fact that Hershey’s manufactures an American version of Cadbury, which has a similar packaging design to the ones produced overseas. Toffee Crisps had a package that was too close to that of the Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup, while the Yorkie bars are said to be too much like the York peppermint patty.
They continued their message by saying they could not sell the American version of Cadbury in their shop, since they had built the store reputation on offering the real English product. More importantly, though, looking one year ahead assumes that there is no choice in what technologies we will use and how we will use them, because they are already entering our society. Also, this is likely to be the last year in which I make predictions for the future.
There is likely to be heated discussions about the role and purpose of campuses and school buildings, the design of classrooms, and who needs to be there (teachers and students) and more importantly what for, when students can do so much of their learning online – and generally prefer to, because of the flexibility, and of their control over their own learning. Government will be increasingly reluctant to build new campuses, looking to more flexible and more cost effective online delivery options to accommodate increasing demand. For example, for a degree in physics, certain topics must be covered, with a strong recommendation for the sequence of study, but within those core levels of competency, there will be a variety of routes or electives towards a final degree, where broadly based learning outcomes are set, but multiple routes are offered for progress to these outcomes.
Other students may want feedback and some form of continuous assessment, but will not want to pay for full tutorial support. Some institutions will focus on low cost, competency-based open access programs, supported by businesses requiring specific skilled labour, and a few institutions will be specialists in fully online distance delivery operating on a national or international basis, at a lower cost but equally high quality as campus-based institutions. Second, institutions will be making greater use of dynamic video (not talking heads) for demonstration, simulations, animations, etc.
This will put pressure on universities and colleges to provide more flexible arrangements for recognition of informal learning, in order to hold on to their current monopoly of post-secondary accreditation.
This is already happening in some public universities at post-graduate levels, where tuition fees for online professional masters more than cover all the costs, direct and indirect, of a program, including the cost of full-time research professors who teach on the program. Online courses can open the market to regional or international students and offer the chance of collaboration and partnership with other institutions, through course and student sharing. This will mean incorporating teaching practice and methods within most post-graduate subject areas, college instructors having compulsory pre-service teacher training, and regular faculty having systematic ongoing professional development as new technologies and new teaching approaches develop over time.
The team will develop assessment criteria and rubrics, and where necessary hire additional instructors for learner support and marking of assessments , under the supervision of the senior faculty members.
As a result it will become increasingly difficult for institutions to protect student data and their privacy. Although as McLuhan says, we are shaped by our devices, we also shape the world around these devices. Many of these institutions have facilities such as dormitories and catering, along with other utility sevices they could apply outside the conventional, within a blended context and, in so doing, expand their student intake at least three-fold, without any appreciation in real estate or any other overhead. The key factor will be removal of the sharp distinction between degrees offered through full-time study and lifelong learning in informal or non-formal ways – it will become much less sharp a distinction.
The problem of course is that while it’s not a zero sum game, there are inevitably some losses as well as gains for individuals in changing behaviour, and in games theory people are generally less willing to risk losses than to obtain gains.
Shark and ray feeding is viewable to the public on Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday at 11:30 AM. The pre-Carnival parties usually consist of percussion groups practicing in local clubs, city streets and squares, and even Carnival balls. Casa da Cultura (House of Culture) is an old prison that has been converted into a cultural space and shopping centre.
I will be 75 in April, and I plan to stop all paid professional activities at that point (although I will keep my blog, but more as a journalist than as a practitioner). Nevertheless, politics will occasionally trump economics, with small new universities and colleges still being created in smaller towns away from the larger urban areas.
Those content components can be accessed from a wide range of approved sources. It is the competency and academic performance of the learner that the institution will accredit.
The majority of institutions though will become multi-purpose, multiple delivery institutions because of the economies of scale and scope possible. The immediate benefit of this will be better student retention rates and higher quality learning outcomes.
This may turn out to be the biggest challenge for students, institutions, and government in the next 20 years and could seriously inhibit the development of online learning in the future, if students or faculty lose trust in the system. We also need to be thinking about how we want to manage that organisation, and whether or not it will need managing in the sense that we understand it today. The rays can eat any food that may hit the bottom of the tank any time the fish are fed, but generally they rise to the surface near the shark feeding platform to take food offered by the aquarists on a feeding stick. Indeed, August is incredibly cloudy in Recife, with a mere daily average of 3.5 hours of sunshine throughout the month. Even these though will have much smaller campuses than today and probably as much as 50% of all course enrollments online, often in partnership with more established and prestigious universities through course sharing and credit transfer.
Third, open textbooks incorporating multi media components and student activities will provide the content, organization and interpretation that are the rationale for most lectures. As the rays rise from the bottom of the viewing window you can see the color of their undersides and the location of their mouths. Carnival officially starts with the Galo da Madrugada, a party in Downtown Recife attracting many people from several States of Brazil, and other parts of the world. Lastly, and most significantly, the priority for teaching will have changed from information transmission and organization to knowledge management, where students have the responsibility for finding, analyzing, evaluating, sharing and applying knowledge, under the direction of a skilled subject expert.
One that’s based on supporting learning or one that’s designed according to a generic management model that could be applied in any organisation?
If they are resting on the substrate, you may occasionally see them flap their fins to cover themselves with sand.
Recife has many quality 3, 4 and 5-Star International Hotels as well Pousadas (traditional Bed & breakfast) and Apart-Hotels totaling more than 11,500 bedrooms and this number increase to over 30,000[33] Metropolitan Area. Project-based learning, collaborative learning and situated or experiential learning will become much more widely prevalent. Also many instructors will prefer to use the time they would have spent on a series of  lectures in providing more direct, individual and group learner support, thus bringing them into closer contact with learners. In fact, connecting the dots between the questions is crucial in the decision-making process.
In the wild they use behavior this to find buried food like clams and mussels.Like their relatives the sharks, sting rays have special organs called ampullae of Lorenzini that help them sense electrical fields.
Holes near the eyes, called spiracles, draw water in, which is then expelled through the gills.

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