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24 avril 2019

Mixed reality is preparing students for the collaborative workforce

eCampus NewsAt EDUCAUSE 2018, educators from Case Western Reserve University (CWRU) shared how the university is developing and implementing small- and large-scale immersive augmented reality and mixed reality learning resources with great success. More...

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22 avril 2019

How Columbine became a blueprint for school shooters

The ConversationWhen 12 students and one teacher were killed in Littleton, Colorado 20 years ago, it not only became what at the time was the worst high school shooting in U.S. history. It also marked when American society was first handed a script for a new form of violence in schools. More...

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21 avril 2019

Cuban schools’ focus on ‘good values’ holds global lessons

The ConversationCuba’s education system is incredibly successful. But not much attention has been paid to the philosophical structure underpinning this system: the idea that education can be more effective, meaningful and successful if it’s informed, accompanied and guided by an appropriate values or belief system. More...

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Raimond Gaita on Donald Trump’s America: a cloud cuckoo land devoid of fact, evidence and argument

The ConversationMany people in America and elsewhere are scared of what Donald Trump will do. As I write, some are in the street protesting that he is not “their president”. Type “What did Trump say?” into Google and it will be obvious why. More...

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Seeking truth among ‘alternative facts’

The ConversationPart of what I do as an archaeologist is judge between competing claims to truth. Indeed, you could say this is the entire purpose of science. Before we make a judgment about what is true, there are facts that have to be examined and weighed against one another. More...

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Educating children in Guatemala before they decide to migrate to the US border

The ConversationOn March 8, 40 girls were killed in a fire at a home for abused youth in Guatemala. More than 800 children and adolescents were living in the home. More...

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War, terror, neglect: How Canadian schools could tackle child trauma

The ConversationThe callous bombing at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester in May has focused Western eyes on the alarming trend of deliberate targeting of children by terrorists. Meanwhile, child refugees from Syria’s war suffer trauma so extreme that a new term has been coined for it: “human devastation syndrome.” And every year many thousands of Canadian children are victims of crime, abuse and neglect. More...

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Writing is the air I breathe: Publishing as an Inuit writer

The ConversationI am Norma Dunning. I am a beneficiary of Nunavut; my ancestral ties lie in the village of Whale Cove. I have never been there. My folks left the North shortly before my birth. I am southern Inuk, born and raised. More...

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Introducing InStride, ASU’s For-Profit, Preferred Provider Strategy for Growing Online Enrollments

Smart entrepreneurs seek large, underserved markets and have a special interest in those rare markets that are “evergreen” – markets that refresh themselves. They leverage (or exploit) the competitive advantage of their product(s) or service(s).  And smart entrepreneurs also use “other people’s money” (aka OPM) to launch and grow their operations. More...

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Monday at AACC

By Matt Reed. Every writer likes to be read. Writers like me, who address policy issues, want to have an impact.  That’s what made a Monday 8 a.m. panel so gratifying. More...

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