So, my last update had been in April. How time flies. After a whirlwind of exams and late nights, I can bravely say that I have endured Form 6, well, actually there’s more to come in the next semester but then just let me give myself a pat on the back for having come this far. 1,063 more words
It was an historic occasion on Friday for Minnesota’s oldest university, as it celebrated the appointment of its first African-American and second female president.
Dr. Fayneese Miller took over her role as the… 247 more words
It is increasingly clear that thinking about curriculum in the unit of ‘the course’ rather than the unit of ‘the module is conducive to cohesive course design. 1,017 more words
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My name is Petra and I’m studying Life long learning and Education in the University of Tampere. This is my sixth year studying and at the moment I’m doing my master thesis as a part of the research group in the School of Education. 386 more words
This is a guest post by Director of Early Childhood Education, Cherie Crosby
Sometime early in 2015 I decided to volunteer at one of the largest events in the city of Philadelphia-The World Meeting of Families (WMOF) and the Papal Visit. 717 more words