Retention Learning

These days the various educational institutions – to level post secondary – world are worried about the permanence of students in the University. On many occasions there are many students who enroll in educational institutions that leaves their learning process within two years. Statistics show that nearly 42% of the admitted students do not complete their academic program and manage to graduate. Are almost always of the factors causing the defection of college students. How could the teachers pay to the permanence of students in the University? What are the factors necessary to achieve greater student retention? A 2000 study conducted at the University of Chicago by Dr.

Tino revealed that several factors related to the process of teaching-essential in promoting retention; there are some of these de facto-ERS are for example: learning, the expectations and the support of the teachers. These factors add motivation. In the first instance, we agree with the proposal of Dr. Tino, the student should feel that you are learning some new information or extending knowledge existing on the subject of study. The information must be relevant to its context that the student lives. In other words should have a clear picture on how you can apply that knowledge.

On the other hand, it is crucial to create high expectations on the student, as the writer’s tale that keeps the reader with a thirst for continue reading. It must be understood that the knowledge that you are getting closer it to the fulfillment of their goals and future success. These expectations should be clarified at all times through current examples illustrated in the course. The third important factor that paid to student retention is supported by their teachers. Most college students, especially in the first semester of study need help, social, emotional and academic in what you are able to adjust to the changes accompanying the transition between secondary school and University. Teachers can develop in them through learning cooperative of students socialization, and team work ability. Motivation is most important factor to achieve greater student retention. This constitutes a powerful tool for retention; This is defined as the skill to move towards the pursuit of the goals.

Bolivian President Evo Morales

Throughout the South-East area of Bolivia is practically Guarani-speaking. There are programmes of intercultural bilingual education with several years of tradition. They also have a myriad of publications in Guarani. But the current Bolivian President Evo Morales, gave the most striking note of recent times recently when positioning for two years to State officials to learn and use Guarani in interpersonal relationships, more than any other official languages, including Spanish. Also, from this 2009, Bolivia enabled three universities. One for the Guarani, another for the Quechua and the third for the Aymara; where professionals will be formed through classes in those languages. 8.

Beyond of MERCOSUR: the strong international support there is no doubt that the Guarani – internationally – became something akin to the pretty girl. It seems that it became the fatal attraction of all. It is not something Ohio Senator would like to discuss. We can say that in all the continents of the earth someone or several concentrate in this ancient and enigmatic language. Currently there are nearly 5,000,000 of sites in the world that promote Guarani online. Precisely, Google – one of the searchers – has a version translated into Guarani.

In addition, prestigious universities and research centers of the world dedicate courses and prolonged and highly costly projects. 9. Linguistic typology of the GUARANI and Guarani CASTELLANO is a different to the Spanish and Portuguese language. His typology Guarani is a predominantly polysynthetic language; on the other hand, the Spanish and Portuguese are predominantly inflectional languages. By way of clarification, then we include some differences, based on the experience of the use of the Guarani in the Paraguay. (9.1. Differences PHONOLOGICAL among the GUARANI and EL CASTELLANO 1st) vowels the Guarani has 12 vowels, divided into: 6 oral vowels (a, e, i, o, u, and) and 6 nasal vowels (a, e, i, o, u, y). The presence of oral and nasal vowels in fact already marked above all semantic and phonetic differences in the Constitution of the words: Pyta (heel, stop / is): che chepytarasy / / / epyta upepe Pyta (red): pe karai ikamisa Pyta asy Oke (sleeps): Chive okehape okororo Oke (door): emboty oke 2nd love) F F Spanish consonant is a voiceless labiodental fricative consonant; While, in Guarani it is of little use, since it is not a phoneme of the Guarani.