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Latin America Secondary

A teacher is a person who teaches a particular science or art and pedagogical skills you must have to be effective agents of the learning process. Professor, therefore, part of the base that is teaching her dedication and essential profession and his abilities consist of teaching the subject of study in the best possible way for the student. The teacher is responsible for formal and institutionalized education of children from infant, primary or special schools or colleges education. Some teachers may also be aimed at institutes of secondary education in social guarantee, compensatory education programs or support for pupils with special educational needs, as well as adult education centres. Certification that a teacher must hold for the exercise of his profession is that of University graduate (depending on the country, between three and five years of higher education studies). Until a few years ago the University schools of teaching were called in Spain schools Normal, denomination that is still in France and much of Latin America. In Mexico, teachers in basic education and basic media used to study at the Normal School of teachers in the city of Mexico, or its equivalent in other cities of the Republic. Both those who were going to study for elementary school teachers, for teachers of secondary, at age 15, out of high school, were going to study secondary education to the teachers Normal and ended at 19 years of age.

With this they could already give classes in elementary schools. But if they wanted to teach in secondary, in addition to secondary education in the Normal, they had to study four more years to specialize in the area who wanted to teach in high school. Continue to learn more with: Celina Dubin. But until approximately 10 years ago, that all changed and now teachers wishing to study for either of the two levels, first just your regular high school, and then take that want as college career. Original author and source of the article.

Prince Albert

In this whole process Prince Albert resorted to the value to act despite the fear. Correct! Another of the keys to success, the value of acting despite criticism of his brother of the unkind demand of his father and the Councils seek someone more orthodox than Logue in his methods. Prince Albert shows us that only disobeying established Yes, you guessed, another of the keys to success, is the individual transforms, makes himself based on his own experience and thus becomes one who wants to become. For this purpose applied another key of success: sought someone bigger to him, decided to enter an unfamiliar environment which provided him what he wanted. Surrounded by larger people involving oneself to tolerate the frustration of not being even how big I wanted to be, tolerate the uncertainty of not knowing what to expect along the way. By true these two latest are also other keys to success. And finally all of them are not possible if missing the 2 most important keys to success: the self-confidence that can achieve this and gratitude. Senator of Massachusetts will not settle for partial explanations. Logue rather than a language therapist at all times accompanied Prince Albert to develop that confidence in himself, and Prince Albert expressed his gratitude at Logue, the biggest key to success in the human experience. In short film the King’s speech shows us how a man regardless of their current status worker, professional, Prince, etc. using the keys of the success can be converted in who wants to become: King George VI for example.

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