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  • 10 May 2024
    Simon Hall

    Communicate Compellingly, Not Academically

    Are you tired of your reports, emails, memos, even social media posts going unread and unappreciated? Here’s the solution, with my five favourite tricks for writing which really makes an impact. Prepare yourself for a shock: Much of how you communicate is probably the opposite of how to get your content noticed, remembered and acted […]

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  • 7 Aug 2023
    Stephen K. Reed

    Turning Creativity Into Innovation

    I enjoy writing articles and books that integrate ideas, which resulted in my most recent book Encouraging Innovation: Cognition, Education, and Implementation. The first section of the book discusses the cognitive and social skills required for innovation – reasoning, problem solving, creativity, group decision making, and collaborative problem solving. The second section discusses education – […]

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  • 10 May 2023
    Jason Anderson

    The missing half of the expert teacher: Learning from teacher expertise in the global South

    A key goal of international development in education One of the most important challenges faced by international development agencies, NGOs and government stakeholders in education today concerns the question of how to improve quality in education in low-income countries of the global South (e.g., UNESCO, 2017). While student enrolment has increased steadily in most developing […]

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  • 5 Apr 2023
    Roel Snieder, Cortney Holles, Qin Zhu, Cynthia James

    Love in the Higher-Education Classroom?

    In the book The Joy of Science, Seven Principles for Scientists Seeking Happiness, Harmony, and Success, one of us with co-author Jen Schneider discuss the pressures that academic faculty operate under. As an antidote to these pressures, Snieder and Schneider introduce practices of self-care for faculty that increase wellbeing. They also propose habits that allow […]

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  • 16 Dec 2021
    Hansjorg Dilger

    Learning Values and Inequalities in Religiously Diverse Societies

    How do young people learn and embody moral values in multireligious societies? How do Christian and Muslim schools establish and reproduce social inequalities? In my book I argue that faith-oriented schools play an important role not only in negotiating but also producing and reifying socio-religious differences in contemporary, pluralistic societies. My anthropological study focuses on […]

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  • 23 Apr 2021
    Michalinos Zembylas

    Affect, Right-Wing Populism and Education

    The electoral victory of Donald Trump in the United States in 2016, Brexit in the same year, and particularly the emergence of right-wing populist movements in Europe (e.g., France, Germany, Austria, Hungary) and other parts of the world (e.g., India, Turkey, the Philippines) during the last few years have revived academic and public discussions about […]

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  • 16 Sep 2020
    Marius R. Busemeyer, Julian L. Garritzmann, Erik Neimanns

    Education amidst Covid-19

    Covid-19 is challenging education provision around the globe. Here's how public opinion has affected the capacity of education systems to cope with the pandemic

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