The Future of Learning
Sugata Mitra
A renowned pedagogue, expounds the new trends regarding the educational system that will forever alter the way we teach children. He starts by criticizing the old way of teaching that has its roots in the Enlightenment and western imperial expansion. This old method is constantly becoming more obsolete with the advent of the internet and explosion of information. The new paradigms of education stem from self-learners and their pursuit to solving problems. Knowledge is obsolete, the teacher is obsolete.

Sugata is famously known for his “Hole in the Wall” experiment that proves that Self-Organized Learning Enviroments (SOLE) develops learners for the new century. He ends his talk by disclosing the challenge of assessment and how it can be fixed.

Autor(es): Sugata Mitra
Idioma: Inglés



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When Ayau started UFM, statist, populist and Marxist ideas were converging in a huge wave of followers in Latin America. Sometimes armed, sometimes peaceful. In a country that has had as much violence as Guatemala, what he did takes on a level of personal risk that is almost heroic.
Carlos Alberto Montaner, author and journalist Madrid

It is thanks to intellectual promoters like Ayau that ideas and institutional models advance in the world.
Martín Krause, economist Buenos Aires

UFM is not an isolated case of a small university in a remote spot of the world. Rather it is a true example to follow. It shows that it is possible literally to found an “idea factory” with a lasting and well defined classical liberal profile. I know of few institutions in the world that have inspired the creation of such an important repository of persons who not only understand but are committed to all aspects of liberty.
Roberto Salinas, philosopher and economist Mexico City

Autor(es): Manuel F. Ayau Cordón
Idioma: Inglés



This book deals with the economic law kwon as the Law of Comparative Costs. It is a “law” that concerns many social issues that have far reaching implications.

The prospect of mutual gain through subsequent trading emerges and therefore one can anticipate it. It is the prospect of saving one’s resources, labor, and time that drives the exchange which results in mutual gain.

Autor(es): Manuel F. Ayau Cordón
Idioma: Inglés



When Ayau started UFM, statist, populist and Marxist ideas were converging in a huge wave of followers in Latin America. Sometimes armed, sometimes peaceful. In a country that has had as much violence as Guatemala, what he did takes on a level of personal risk that is almost heroic.
Carlos Alberto Montaner, author and journalist Madrid

It is thanks to intellectual promoters like Ayau that ideas and institutional models advance in the world.
Martín Krause, economist Buenos Aires

UFM is not an isolated case of a small university in a remote spot of the world. Rather it is a true example to follow. It shows that it is possible literally to found an “idea factory” with a lasting and well defined classical liberal profile. I know of few institutions in the world that have inspired the creation of such an important repository of persons who not only understand but are committed to all aspects of liberty.
Roberto Salinas, philosopher and economist Mexico City

Autor(es): Manuel F. Ayau Cordón
Idioma: Inglés



$7.00

A concise primer on the beauty of voluntary exchange. Whether between next door neighbors or strangers across the sea, trade makes both parties better off and Manuel Ayau does a magnificent job explaining how.  Mary Anastasia O’Grady The Wall Street Journal.

Autor(es): Manuel F. Ayau Cordón
Idioma: Inglés