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Lina Rojas

Having a Disability Does Not Make You Special at All: Lina Rojas

Creativity is for Lina Marcela Rojas Montoya the perfect ally to achieve people's well-being and improve their living conditions.

Jose Lozano

The Pandemic Transformed Learning by Providing New Resources

Online resources as part of the teaching and learning strategy in these times of pandemic began to move in an agile way not only in specialized search engines but also in mobile platforms.

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Why Is It Hard Sometimes for Women To Receive Compliments?

Gender stereotypes tend to be so strongly embraced in our culture that they often lead women to feel insecure and question their abilities.

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Journalism, a High-Risk Task During COVID-19

Journalism has been one of the most crucial jobs in history. This originates from the need of people to be informed in times of war and until today it is a trade that has been perfected to be neutral and transparent.

Agent Tai, FBI SWAT team

Agent Tai, First Black Woman Joining the SWAT Team

Tai, who works as a special agent in the Bureau's San Juan office is considered to be the first black female to join an FBI SWAT team. 

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Is Getting an Education in the US Worth the Trouble?

For those who cannot decide on whether they should go to college or not, we’ve compiled a list of pointers that examine the benefits and disadvantages of pursuing an education in the U.S

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HeForShe: Men and Their Contribution to an Equal World

Get to know the initiative to actively involve men in the building of society with equality between genders.

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Keys to the Behaviors of People With High Emotional Intelligence

Learn about the behavioral routines of individuals with high emotional talent in The Woman Post.

Queen Elizabeth I and Amelia Earhart

Inspirational Women Through History That Shaped Today's World

Women's role in history hasn't been an easy path, even for the world's most influential leaders. Besides having great wealth, being innovative, and having incredible talents, these icons have shaped the world as we know it today.

Nan laird

Nan Laird, First Woman To Receive the International Prize of Statistics

Nan Laird is the first woman to be awarded the International Prize of Statistics, which is most popularly known as the Nobel Prize of Statistics.

Tatiana Barrera and Catalina Rivera

Why Do People Decide To Adopt Stray Dogs?

This July 27 is commemorated the Day of the Street Dog, and more than a celebration, what it is about is to raise awareness so that people adopt and there are fewer animals on the streets.

Magdalena Ortega de Nariño, Policarpa Salavarrieta, Bárbara Forero and Manuela Beltrán

The Independence of Colombia Was Forged by Women: Enrique Santos Molano

When you think about the heroines of Independence, names like Manuela Beltrán, Policarpa Salavarrieta, Antonia Santos, among others, come to mind, but the female presence during these feats was much more significant and active.

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Keys to Developing Critical Thinking, a 21st-Century Skill

Since the times of influential Greek philosophers like Plato and Socrates, critical thinking has been a popular topic.

Woman writing on notebook

Which Benefits Bring Taking Notes by Hand?

Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience published the findings from a study that reveals the differences between taking notes by hand and with digital devices and the effects of both in memorizing and maintaining our brains active.

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Positive Advertising Take Down Stereotypes in Girls

To write about the management of gender equality is to confront the conventions that are granted to people according to their sex within our society.

Children with smartphones

6 best online games that can make kids fall in love with mathematics

For me, the challenge lies in making the learning experience as fun as possible. I’m sure there are many parents in the same boat as me. It’s not uncommon for kids to have trouble with the subject

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Love Is the Most Powerful Tool To Raise Children

Parents must learn to educate children in a respectful way that validates their feelings and reflects a deep comprehension of their needs, longings, and interests.

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Why Do Men Prefer Technical Careers Compared to Women?

In technical careers, there is a predominance of men. Why might this be the case and how important are gender roles in choosing what to study?

Five woman modeling

Natural Hair, Something Bigger Than Fashion

Certain expressions about hair type may often have a discriminatory tint and are sometimes overlooked. In this note, we want to show how this affects job and educational opportunities for some ethnic groups and what we can do to alleviate this problem.

Felipe Orejuela Soto

Psychasthenia or Fatigue of the Soul

If you frequently display restless behavior, experience anxiety, insecure impulsivity, have a hard time making decisions, have phobias, and are agitated all the time, you could be psychasthenic.