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Ludotecas

Las Ludotecas pueden desarrollar, coordinar o promover acciones educativas en la comunidad, dentro del marco de una educaciรณn no formal, a partir del amplio concepto del tรฉrmino juego y de los parรกmetros de libertad en los que se desenvuelve, tanto la propia actividad lรบdica como su concepto de estรญmulo y desarrollo, apoyadas por los elementos lรบdicos y los educadores especializados en juegos...

Violencia y Drogas

El consumo de drogas ha estado siempre vinculado al deseo de desconectar de las exigencias agobiantes de la realidad, en un intento de disfrutar al mรกximo del tiempo de ocio. Cuando durante la infancia y la adolescencia nos e aprenden otras formas de diversiรณn, las drogas pueden ocupar un lugar tutelar...
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The Class of 2016: This Year's Funniest Graduation Caps
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5 Simple Tips for Writing a Fan Letter in Korean
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