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Expanding the Engineers' Box

In all corners of the globe today, companies are clamoring for skilled engineers. They want a larger pool of applicants who are creative, flexible thinkers prepared to address complex, emerging questions riddled with interrelated unknowns. 354 more words

Architecture & Urban Design

Dimensions of learning

Each individual learner, whether in a formal or informal setting, has a unique way to process and assimilate information.

6 dimensions of learning may be considered, varying levels which each individual may attain to satisfy his or her necessity, as follows: 387 more words


Vergara v. California Panel Discussion with Leadership for Educational Equity

Leadership for Educational Equity (LEE), Teach For America’s (TFA’s) partner organization that focuses on alumni leadership development, held an online panel for members interested in learning more about… 661 more words


Personalized Learning: Is the Latest "21st Century Learning" Cant More Illusory than Real?

“Personalized learning” is the latest iteration of “21st Century” innovation in education. Since 2010, it has emerged to fill what New Zealand education commentator Benjamin Riley… 1,194 more words

Comparative School Reform - North America

Reasons to be cheerful about research

The hard problems of education

Education is faced with many hard problems. Perhaps two of the biggest at the moment are: Which teaching methods lead to the greatest gains for our students? 1,084 more words

#EducationFest No.4: How will we know?

This is the fourth in a series of posts on the Festival of Education at Wellington College and the second post on Rob Coe’s talk. The… 824 more words

Teacher Education