10
Jun

I Believe a MacArthur Genius Is Wrong About ‘Grit’

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The improvement of “grit” as a crucial to good results is a well-known theory among education reformers. I believe it tells a very limited story.

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24
Apr

Who Let an Activist in Here?

Written by Blog Editor. Posted in Academic News

Bringing activism and higher education together.

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01
Apr

Avoiding Oculus VR Education Fantasies

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Why virtual reality matters for learning less than we might wish.

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30
Jul

Chinese Offshore Branch Campuses: China’s Most recent Exports

Written by Blog Editor. Posted in Academic News

Inside Higher Ed | Blog U

China’s education development plan for 2010-20 assures funding and improvements to higher education quality, research, and internationalization, strengthening its competitive edge in the global higher education market that has been dominated traditionally by Western countries.

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15
Jul

Measuring Good quality and Peformance: What Counts?

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Inside Higher Ed | Blog U

I recognize the importance of looking at higher education critically to determine what impact the experience has on individuals and societies but we seem to repeatedly resort to the same fallback strategies of “counting what can be counted.”

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29
Jun

If sustainability is to unify . . .

Written by Blog Editor. Posted in Academic News

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The broad concept of sustainability — doing what works best in the long run, not just what gives the biggest economic return today — must be a central component of any education relevant in the 21st century. .However, to deliver that, we need to be clear about .what we mean to achieve.

 

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27
Apr

Math Geek Mom: Two Sides of the Coin

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Within Higher Ed | Site U

Even though I normally see increased education from the point of view of a professor, I am nearing the time when I will start to seem at it from the stage of see of a parent of a child who will someday go to university.

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03
Apr

A Pipe and a Ping Pong Ball

Written by Blog Editor. Posted in Academic News

Inside Greater Ed | Website U

Creativity and innovation are in increasing demand as an engine for economic development and solving significant difficulties, such as (preventing and) winning wars, curing condition, feeding a growing population, and discovering sources of clean water. . With new technologies, growing expenses, uneven access and outdated company versions, larger education is in require of a big dose of creative pondering.

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